Trends in the Systematics of Bacteria and Fungi
Paul Bridge, CABI, UK,
David Smith, CABI, UK,
Erko Stackebrandt, University of Braunschweig, Germany
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Microbial systematics has changed significantly in the last 40 years. This has resulted in considerable advances regarding the methods required for the identification and definition of microbial species.
Suitable for academic researchers, microbiologists and students, this book provides insights into how current methods and resources are being used in microbial systematics. Thoughts and suggestions regarding methodologies and how concepts may develop in the future are also discussed.
Published December 2020
26th April 2021
The end of Aulesa's 4th year coincides with the publication of another research article Read More
2nd March 2020
We are pleased to report the recent publication of a research paper describing the reportiore of toxins produced by the coral Tubastraea coccinea and what happens upon relocation Read More
12th June 2018
Today's poster presentation signals the public launch of our Active-8 Research Initiative for the Discovery of New Antimicrobials
16th August 2017
Aulesa Biosciences joins the Alzheimer's Association's Business Consortium
18th and 19th July 2017
Alzheimer's Association's International Conference, Excel Centre, London
1st June 2017
The official launch of our website.
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Vast arrays of protein molecules are produced by living cells and the overall protein content of any cell type or biological fluid is both diverse and dynamic. Proteins can provide clues regarding disease mechanisms and the status of individual patients. Importantly too, proteins can inform about a given patient’s response to therapy. Hence, proteomics is becoming a key aspect of modern healthcare and medicine.
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