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Early life microbiome and later disease development
We study how the microbiome is an intermediary player in the interaction between the host and its environment, with a key focus in research into the extrinsic mechanisms that determine the transition from health to chronic disease
Plasmids - Gotta catch´em all
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Discovery of bacterial defense systems
The identification and functional characterization of new defense systems is crucial to understand gene flow across microbiomes.
Plant-microbiome interactions for a sustainable future
The extensive use of chemical pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers creates serious risks to biodiversity, soil health, water quality and human health
Kortlægning af diversiteten af kloak-associerede bakteriearter
Normalt anser man CPE for at spredes via direkte patient-til-patient kontakt og det er ikke afklaret hvor stor en andel, der kan tilskrives smitte fra afløb. Dette ønsker vi med dette projekt at få klarhed over.
2) Examine the correlation between the early-life gut microbiome and disease development
Study how the microbiome is an intermediary player in the interaction between the host and its environment, with a key focus in research into the extrinsic mechanisms that determine the transition from health to chronic disease
Interpretation of Parabasalid DNA reads in pig facael samples as detected by metabarcoding
Write a project in collaboration with Statens Serum Institute (SSI)
Investigate the properties of bacterial communities – Biofilms
If you want to study mechanistic and evolutionary aspects of how bacteria cooperate to form robust biofilms, then do not hesitate to contact us. We have a diverse range of ongoing projects.
The role of the biofilm matrix in the productivity and protection of bacterial communities
When biofilms consist of multiple interacting species, community-intrinsic properties emerge. Researching how these community-based bacteria orchestrate their behavior has revolutionized the field of microbiology.