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Quorum Sensing Studied with Phenotype MicroArrays

Clostridium Pathogens Studied with Phenotype MicroArrays

Mobile Genetic Elements Studied with Phenotype MicroArrays

Phenotype MicroArrays used to Study Chemical Sensing by Microorganisms

Biocides Studied with Phenotype MicroArrays

Role of Carbon Catabolism in Virulence and Adaptation

Metabolic Model Validation

Study of Peptide and Drug Efflux Transporters

Phenotype MicroArrays Used to Study Microalgae, Oomycetes, and Morphologically Distinct Bacteria

Acinetobacter baumanni Studied with Phenotype MicroArrays

Testing Hypotheses of Gene Function

Phenotype MicroArrays Used in Diverse Research Areas

Host Cell Defense Against Pathogens Probed with Phenotype MicroArrays

Role of Carbon Catabolism in Virulence and Adaptation

New Metabolic Models Validated with Phenotype MicroArrays

Novel Species Characterized with Phenotype MicroArrays

Yeasts and Fungi Studied with Phenotype MicroArrays

Leveraging Genomic Data with Phenomic Data

Virulence Studied with Phenotype MicroArrays

Antibiotic Efflux Studied with Phenotype MicroArrays

Phenotype MicroArrays Used in Mycobacterium Research

Food Pathogen Research

Phenotype MicroArrays and Transporter Technology

Reporter Genes and Secondary Metabolites

The Shewanella Genus, Biological Diversity, and Phenotypic Testing

Cell Modeling and Computational Analysis of Biolog PM Data

Role of Membrane Lipids in Adaptation and Resistance Studied Using Phenotype MicroArrays

Fungal and Yeast Biology Studied with Phenotype MicroArrays

Researchers at DSMZ develop innovative software for Biolog phenotypic analyses to improve our understanding of the metabolic processes of microorganisms and other cells

Phenotype MicroArrays Used to Study Intrinsic Mechanisms of Antibiotic Resistance

Cystic fibrosis (CF) microbial pathogenesis studied with Phenotype MicroArrays

Phenotype MicroArrays used in food safety research

Enabling discrimination of closely related strains

Phenotype MicroArrays used in the study of antibiotic resistance mechanisms

Cross-validation of genomic predictions, metabolic networks, and Phenotype MicroArrays

Regulation of toxin production and other secondary metabolic pathways studied with PM technology

PM technology advances knowledge of intracellular pathogens coxiella burnetii and legionella pneumophila

Reviews on bacterial phenotyping just published

Two new publications illustrate the use of PM technology for validating bioinformatic predictions, identifying new pathways, and refining in silico models

Biolog's Phenotype MicroArray conference in Florence Italy results in three new publications

Phenotype MicroArrays used in the study of E. coli stringent response and Salmonella fluoroquinoline resistance

Phenotype MicroArray Services would like to recognize the success of Biolog's PM customers over the last few years. The links below point to interesting and important select published work across many genera and applications

Phenotype MicroArrays used in the study of two-component systems regulating carbon and nitrogen metabolism in Pseudomonas

Effect of light on fungal cells studied with Phenotype MicroArrays, and Latest news about upcoming Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArrays

Bacillus subtilis Metabolism and Gene Regulation Studied in Two Recent Applications of Phenotype MicroArray Technology

PM Technology used to study bacteria from polluted soil or natural ocean environments

Phentoype MicroArrays facilitate identification of culture condition dependent reporter activity in fungi and bacteria

New publications using Phenotype MicroArray technology

New publications using Phenotype MicroArray technology

New publications using Phenotype MicroArray technology

New publications using Phenotype MicroArray technology

New articles on Phenotype MicroArray technology

Richard Proctor and colleagues use Phenotype MicroArray technology to characterize Staphylococcus aureus SCV mutants

Susan Lindquist and Coworkers at MIT Use Phenotype MicroArray Technology to Make Important New Discoveries about Peptide Metabolism in Yeast

New publications using Phenotype MicroArray technology and new press releases

New publications using Phenotype MicroArray technology and new press releases

Biolog presentations at upcoming IUMS-2005 meeting July 23-28 in San Francisco

Eight studies presented at ASM General Meeting utilize Phenotype MicroArray technology

Novel fermentation/respiration switch studied using PM technology

Phenotype MicroArrays Now Applicable to Most Bacteria