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Phase and Antigenic Variation in Bacteria
Marjan W. van der
How do you interpret a tree?
How do you build a tree?
What are trees good for?
Department of Biology
UNC Chapel Hill
BIOL 522 Spring 2010
Ciccarelli et al. (2006) Science 311, 1283
Uncultured microbial diversity
Microsatellite instability regulates transcription factor
binding and gene expression
Patricia Martin*, Katherine Makepeace*, Stuart A. Hill, Derek W. Hood*, and E. Richard Moxon*
*Molecular Infectious Diseases Group, University of Oxford Department of Pa
This course will meet MWF at 9-10 am in Wilson Hall room 133. It is anticipated that the
enrollment will be 5-10 students including undergraduates who did well in Biology 422 and
FIG. 1. Schematic representation of the type I, II, III, and IV protein secretion systems. The type I pathway is exemplified by hemolysin A (HlyA) secretion in E. coli, the type III system is exemplified by Yop secretion in Yersinia, the type II system is
Name_ Pre-Laboratory Exercise Laboratory 6
Suppose that substance IGLOO is required for the formation of the bacterial cell wall. It is made by the following pathway: A B C D Ig + L Igl + u Iglu Iglou Igloo
A bacterium which is unable to make enzyme A wil
Hemant Kelkar Center for Bioinformatics University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC 27599
Scope of Series
Talk I Overview and BLAST Talk II Protein analysis/Sequence Alignment Talk III Evolution Genomics and challenges
Applications of phylogenetics
Studying organismal or biogeographic history
Systematics Dating events in the fossil record Conservation biology
Studying gene and protein families (molecular evolution) Todd Vision Biology 522 March 26, 2007