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Five talks in a week for the Schild lab!
It is always a great honour and highly rewarding when your work is chosen for a a oral presentation, but having several talks from one lab at a…
"AAA+ proteases and their role in distinct stages along the Vibrio cholerae lifecycle" - manuscript accepted
Our manuscript on the Vibrio AAA+ proteases is accpeted in IJMM. Congratulation to the first first author paper for Katharina. And of course congrats…
Check out the commentaries on our "Nature Communication" manuscript: We are deeply honoured by the enormous positive feedback, thanks
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Nature communication paper on OMV biogenesis accepted
Congratulation to first author Sandro as well as all other other participants including the Daum, Lass, Prassl and Feldman lab for their valuable…
Review "Multifaceted roles of extracellular DNA in bacterial physiology" is accepted
Congratulation to Dina and Katharina.
combined OMV-vaccine manuscript accepted
Our manuscript "A combined vaccine approach against Vibrio cholerae and ETEC based on outer membrane vesicles." has been accepted for publication in…
Our manuscript "Nucleoside uptake in Vibrio cholerae and its role in the transition fitness from host to environment." has been accepted for…
Poster award for Deborah Leitner
Deborah Leitner won the best poster award on the 13. DocDay "NAWI Graz Doktoratsschule Molekularbiologie und Biochemie". Congratulation Debbie!
Our manuscript "A basis for vaccine development: Comparative characterization of Haemophilus influenzae outer membrane vesicles." has been accepted…
Nanoparticles-manuscript has been accepted
Our manuscript "Antibacterial activity of Silver and Zinc nanoparticles against Vibrio cholerae and enterotoxic Escherichia coli" has been accepted…