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Prokaryotes (Bacteria)
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2013-06-09 — 2013-09-13, Ljubljana
Recent years have brought us striking discoveries in the field of bacterial genetics and ecology that sprung from rapid advances in sequencing technologies and “omics” approaches, bioinformatics, microscopy and various analytical techniques. These advances allowed us to gather vast amounts of data, marvel over the remarkable diversity of microbial communities, culture previously unculturable organisms and discover novel ecosystem functions. These rapid developments now call for critical evaluation ... [Information of the supplier]
Conferences and Congresses (archive)Resource type
http://www.bageco2013.org/
2015-06-14 — 2015-06-18, Milan
Recent years have brought us striking discoveries in the field of bacterial genetics and ecology that sprung from rapid advances in sequencing technologies and “omics” approaches, bioinformatics, microscopy and various analytical techniques. These advances allowed us to gather vast amounts of data, marvel over the remarkable diversity of microbial communities, culture previously unculturable organisms and discover novel ecosystem functions. [Information of the supplier]
Conferences and Congresses (archive)Resource type
http://www.bageco2013.org/outlook-bageco-2015/
2016-08-28 — 2016-09-02, Innsbruck
Cyanobacteria (CB), also called Cyanophyta (or Blue-green algae) are ancient (3.5 billion years old) procaryotic microorganisms known to be related to the chloroplasts of all green plants, with CB evolving oxygenic photosynthesis over two billion years ago. CB are thought to have made a major contribution to the formation of the earth's atmosphere and are still forming almost half present-day oxygen. CB also contribute to the formation of sedimentary rock (carbonates in the marine littorals and freshwater ... [Information of the supplier]
Conferences and Congresses (archive)Resource type
http://www.uibk.ac.at/congress/iac-symposium-2016/
2014-05-14 — 2014-05-16, Berlin
Uptake of foreign mobile genetic elements is often detrimental and can result in cell death. For protection against invasion, prokaryotes have developed several defence mechanisms, which take effect at all stages of infection. The most recent discovered defence system is the prokaryotic immune system, termed CRISPR/Cas. This defence system directly degrades invading genetic material and is present in almost all archaea and many bacteria. Current data indicate a large variety in their mechanistic ... [Information of the supplier]
Conferences and Congresses (archive)Resource type
http://www.crispr2014.de/
BacDive represents a collection of organism-linked information covering the multifarious aspects of bacterial and archaeal biodiversity. The content encloses information on taxonomy, morphology, physiology, sampling and environmental conditions as well as molecular biology. [Information of the supplier]
Factual databasesResource type
http://bacdive.dsmz.de/
The Bacillus thuringiensis delta-endotoxin nomenclature committee was set up in 1993 in order to update the nomenclature originally devised in 1989 by Hofte and Whiteley (Microbiological Reviews 53:242-255). The current nomenclature, based solely on amino acid identity, allows closely related toxins to be ranked together and removes the necessity for researchers to bioassay each new toxin against a growing series of organisms. [Information of the supplier]
Discipline based websitesResource type
http://www.lifesci.sussex.ac.uk/home/Neil_Crickmore/Bt/
2017-06-04 — 2017-06-08, Aberdeen
The 14th Symposium on Bacterial Genetics and Ecology-"Talking with the neighbours"- will be held on 4–8 June, 2017, in Aberdeen, Scotland. The deadline for abstract submission is 20 February, 2017. The fee does include snacks and beverages during coffee and lunch breaks. The symposium web site has responsive design. [Information of the supplier, modified]
Conferences and Congresses (archive)Resource type
http://www.bageco.org/index.php?id=5738
The 15th Symposium on Bacterial Genetics and Ecology with the theme "Ecosystem drivers in a changing planet", will be held on 26-30 May, 2019, in Lisbon, Portugal. Main topics amongst others will be: horizontal gene transfer, microbial adaption and the human microbiome in health and disease. [Editorial staff vifabio]
Conferences and Congresses (archive)Resource type
https://www.bageco.org/
The Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures (CBS) - an institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) and situated in Utrecht - maintains a world-renowned collection of living filamentous fungi, yeasts and bacteria. The value of a collection depends not only on the quality of the strains, but equally on the amount and accuracy of the data attached to them. Although there are considerable differences among the various taxonomic groups, efforts are taken to increase the amount ... [Information of the supplier]
Museums and Collections; Discipline based portals and link collectionsResource type
http://www.cbs.knaw.nl/
10. Colibri
This server is constructed around a database dedicated to the analysis of the genome of Escherichia coli: Colibri. Its purpose is to collate and integrate various aspects of the genomic information from E. coli, the paradigm of Gram-negative bacteria. Colibri provides a complete dataset of DNA and protein sequences derived from the paradigm strain E. coli K-12, linked to the relevant annotations and functional assignments. It allows one to easily browse through these data and retrieve information, ... [Information of the supplier]
Factual databasesResource type
http://genolist.pasteur.fr/Colibri/
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