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Yay we are go! @ryanfseipke introducing the best #microbio19 session 'The biological and chemical tales of the antibiotic makers' on behalf of fellow organizers @kate_duncan @lore_fermar and myself and invite all session delegates to social from 9pm onwards in The Dirty Onion pub
First speaker of the best #microbio19 session is @MattHutchings10 on #antbiotics
.@MattHutchings10: covers 10years of amzing chemical ecology and (micro)biology, with multilevel multitrophic interactions #Microbio19
Next up is ProkDiv ECM forum rep @LindaOyama from @sharonhuws lab discussing her work on in silico identification of antimicrobial peptides from the rumen microbiome #microbio19
.@LindaOyama shows how rumen antimicrobial peptides kill #mrsa within minutes, with much slower/no development of resistance after serial passaging when compared to mupirocin. Some peptides also display good MIC activity against A. Baumannii #microbio19 #ECRchat
Next up in #microbio19 Antibioticmakers: @a_chhun @warwickuni discussing his work on Microbial conflicts in the oceans: a source of new natural products?
.@a_chhun details production and characterization of metabolites resulting from coculturing Salinispora and Synechococcus #ECRchat #microbio19 #christieolezalab @CorreLabo
Next up #antibioticsmakers #Microbio19 Alexia Hapeshi from @Nick_Waterfield lab on 'Isopropyl stilbene and its effects on friends and foes' #bacterial #isopropylstilbene #photorabdus #ECRchat
Hapeshi: detailing role of photorabdal IPS in nematode recovery, bacterial pigmentation, Staph aureus biofilm formation and stringent response #ECRchat #Microbio19
ECM Cochair @AlexJMullins introducing last #antibioticmakers Offered Oral before coffee: @sarahfworsley1 from @MattHutchings10 lab on 'The chemical ecology of protective microbiomes in plant roots and leafcutter ants' #ECRchat #Microbio19
@sarahfworsley1 explains how she studied whether ants feed their symbiont microbiome discovering ants do feed all their microbes as a public resource, insights from heaveRNAseq show active metabolic pathways #stableisotopeprobing #sip #ECRchat #Microbio19 #WOW
@sarahfworsley1 now moving on to explain how plants feed their root microbiome, with #streptomyces seemingly being outcompeted by proteobacteria at time of sampling
After a coffee topup up next is @EvoDivMet talking about his views on #evolution of #metabolic #diversity in #antibioticmakers #chemicaldiversity #Microbio19
.@EvoDivMet explains evolutionary-driven approach on gene expansion, sweep, and fixture of functional pathways, announcing publication of paper describing new tool #evomining2.0 in @MicrobioSoc journal #MGen #microbio19
Next up @TomMcLean05 on #Streptomyces Sweet rush, detailing the role of TCS CutRS in exploratory growth #ECRchat #microbio19
Next up Bohdan Bilyk from @ryanfseipke lab about his work on 'Direct proteolytic control of an extracytoplasmic function RNA polymerase sigma factor' in antimycin biosynthesis #ECRchat #microbio19
Next up @sholeemgriffin heroically delivering the talk of Alyaa Abdelhameed on correlating metal and antimicrobial resistance in novel Streptomyces isolates from metal-polluted urban areas #ECRchat #Microbio1
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