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Marnix H. Medema
Marnix H. Medema

I work in the Department of Microbial Physiology and the Groningen Bioinformatics Centre at the University of Groningen, as a Ph.D. student on a project on genome mining and synthetic biology of microbial secondary metabolites.

Education

  • 2008, M.Sc. Biomolecular Sciences, University of Groningen
  • 2006, B.Sc. Biology, Radboud University Nijmegen

Research interests

  1. Comparative and Evolutionary Genomics
  2. Antibiotics, Natural Products
  3. Synthetic Biology
  4. Streptomyces Biology

Publications

  • Medema MH*, Alam MT*, Heijne WH, van den Berg MA, Müller U, Trefzer A, Bovenberg RA, Breitling R, Takano E (2011) Genome-wide gene expression changes in an industrial clavulanic acid overproduction strain of Streptomyces clavuligerus. [1]
  • Medema MH, Breitling R, Bovenberg R, Takano E (2011) Exploiting plug-and-play synthetic biology for drug discovery and production in microorganisms. [2]
  • Medema MH, Trefzer A, Kovalchuk A, van den Berg M, Müller U, Heijne W, Wu L, Alam MT, Ronning CM, Nierman WC, Bovenberg RA, Breitling R, Takano E (2010) The sequence of a 1.8-mb bacterial linear plasmid reveals a rich evolutionary reservoir of secondary metabolic pathways. [3]
  • Medema MH*, Zhou M*, van Hijum SA, Gloerich J, Wessels HJ, Siezen RJ, Strous M (2010) A predicted physicochemically distinct sub-proteome associated with the intracellular organelle of the anammox bacterium Kuenenia stuttgartiensis. [4]
  • van Hijum SA*, Medema MH*, Kuipers OP (2009) Mechanisms and evolution of control logic in prokaryotic transcriptional regulation. [5]
  • Ettwig KF, Shima S, van de Pas-Schoonen KT, Kahnt J, Medema MH, Op den Camp HJ, Jetten MS, Strous M (2008) Denitrifying bacteria anaerobically oxidize methane in the absence of Archaea. [6]

*Contributed equally

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