Mazel

From OpenWetWare
Revision as of 10:21, 17 January 2012 by Didier Mazel (talk | contribs)
Jump to: navigation, search

<html><style type="text/css">

  1. bandeau {

padding: 2px; background-color: #200B80; width: 764px; font-size: 14px; font-family: trebuchet ms; text-align: center; font-weight:bold; }

  1. bandeau a:link {color: #ffffff;}
  2. bandeau a:active {color:#ffffff;}
  3. bandeau a:visited {color: #ffffff;}
  4. bandeau a:hover {

color: #FF0000; text-decoration: none; }

  1. main{

padding: 5px; width: 750px; height: 340px; border: 4px solid #200B80; font-size: 14px; text-align: center; background-image: url('/images/3/3a/Mazel_background.png'); }

  1. leftText{

margin-top: 50px; font-size: 20px; width: 350px; left: 0px; text-align: center; }

  1. news{

margin:-150px 0px 0px 53%; font-size: 14px; font-weight: bold; width: 350px; right: 0px; text-align: center; }

  1. map{

margin: -240px 0px 0px 50%; } .selflink{ color: #ffffff; font-weight: normal; } </style> <meta name="keywords" content="BGP, lab, laboratory, BGP lab, Bacterial Genome Plasticity, Super, Integrons, superintegron, bacterial, genome, plasticity, gene, institut Pasteur, institute, vibrio, cholerae, gene cassette, antibiotics, resistance" /> </html>


Bacterial Genome Plasticity

Home     Research     Publications     Plasmids / Strains     Protocols     Lab Members     Contact     Internal     Links    

Welcome to the Bacterial Genome Plasticity (BGP) lab web page.

Our work deals with some aspects of bacteria's impressive capacities to acquire and exchange genes...

Which enable bacteria to evolve very fast and efficiently !

Last Paper:
[1]
Genome Engineering in Vibrio
cholerae: A Feasible Approach
to Address Biological Issues
PLoS Genetics,
8(1): e1002472