Abdelmounnaim Allaoui Molecular Bacteriology Lab, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
1 protocol

Alaeddine Meghraoui Molecular Bacteriology Lab, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
1 protocol
Alka Mehra Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology
40 protocols

Andrea Puhar MIMS and Department of Molecular Biology, Umeå University
53 protocols

Benoit Chassaing Georgia State University
14 protocols

Christian Roth University of York
6 protocols

Reviewer
Lionel Schiavolin
  • Post-Doc, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Research focus
  • Microbiology
  • Vaccine development
    Bacterial pathogenesis
  • 1 Author merit

Education

PhD, ULB (Belgium), 2015

Lab information

Molecular Bacteriology Lab
http://cvchercheurs.ulb.ac.be/Site/unite/ULB588.php

Publications

1 Protocol published
志贺氏杆菌IPaD和IPAB表面定位
Authors:  Lionel Schiavolin, Alaeddine Meghraoui and Abdelmounnaim Allaoui, date: 11/20/2013, view: 9119, Q&A: 1
Shigella uses a type III secretion system to invade host cell and to cause disease. Secretion control and insertion of a translocation pore into cell membrane are critical steps for pathogenesis and are tightly linked to the formation of ...
12 Protocols reviewed
Transfer of Large Contiguous DNA Fragments onto a Low Copy Plasmid or into the Bacterial Chromosome
Authors:  Analise Z Reeves and Cammie F Lesser, date: 11/20/2016, view: 8647, Q&A: 0
Bacterial pathogenicity islands and other contiguous operons can be difficult to clone using conventional methods due to their large size. Here we describe a robust 3-step method to transfer large defined fragments of DNA from virulence plasmids or ...
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Fluorescent Detection of Intracellular Nitric Oxide in Staphylococcus aureus
Authors:  April M. Lewis, Silvia S. Matzdorf and Kelly C. Rice, date: 07/20/2016, view: 7069, Q&A: 0
Nitric Oxide (NO) is a highly-reactive radical gas that can modify a variety of cellular targets in both eukaryotes and bacteria. NO is produced endogenously by a wide variety of organisms: For example, as a cell-signaling molecule in mammals and ...
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