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Archives of Microbiology

Archives of Microbiology

Editor-in-Chief: Erko Stackebrandt

ISSN: 0302-8933 (print version)
ISSN: 1432-072X (electronic version)

Journal no. 203

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Editor in Chief:

Erko Stackebrandt, Braunschweig, Germany
E-Mail: erko@dsmz.de


Editors:

Yusuf Akhter
Kangra, India
Bacterial pathogens; mycobacterium; vaccines; drug discovery; host-pathogen interactions

Pierre Béguin
Paris, France
Plant cell wall degradation; degradation of petroleum and gasoline compounds

Michael Berney
Bronx, NY, USA
Bacterial metabolism; microbial physiology; mycobacteria; gene regulation

Matthias Boll
Freiburg, Germany
Physiology of anaerobic prokaryotes; enzymes and metabolites involved in the degradation of aromatic pollutants in anaerobic bacteria; protein structure and function

Djamel Drider
Villeneuve d'Ascq, France
Academic and applied research on antimicrobial peptides; gene regulation in Gram positive bacteria

Harald Huber
Regensburg, Germany
Extremophilic archaea and bacteria, bacterial taxonomy and systematics, environmental microbiology, bacterial leaching

Olaf Kniemeyer
Jena, Germany
Molecular biology and physiology of filamentous fungi, fungal proteomics, fungal stress response, pathogenic fungi

Reinhard Krämer
Köln, Germany
Transport across biological membranes

Shuang-Jiang Liu
Beijing, China
Biodegradation of aromatic compounds; Comamonas; Corynebacterium; microbial oxidation of sulfur; Acidianus; Acidithiobacillus

Jorge Membrillo-Hernández
Mexico City, Mexico
Bacterial metabolism; oxidative stress; biofilm formation; molecular genetics; bacterial stress Responses

Markus Nett
Jena, Germany
Secondary metabolism; biosynthesis and biotechnology of antibiotics; genome mining; predatory bacteria

Jörg Overmann
München, Germany
Anoxygenic photosynthesis; anaerobic metabolism of sulfur compounds; microbial ecology; symbiosis; paleomicrobiology

Jean-Luc Pernodet
Paris, France
Molecular biology of Streptomyces; mobile genetic elements; secondary metabolism; antibiotic biosynthesis and resistance

Michael Rother
Dresden, Germany
Sulfat-reducing prokaryotes, acetogens, methanogenesis, physiology, genetics, Selen-metabolism, enzyme chemistry

Eriko Takano
Groningen, The Netherlands
Microbial gene regulation; Streptomyces genetics and molecular biology; Antibiotic regulation and biosynthesis; Bacterial metabolomics; Synthetic biology of antibiotic production

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