New publication from the OS Lab
Published May 2018 in the Journal of Bacteriology
OS Lab research featured by Journal of Bacteriology
Angie Nguyen’s most recent study, demonstrating how iron impacts P. aeruginosa’s interactions with Staphylococcus aureus, was just accepted for publication by Journal of Bacteriology. P. aeruginosa and S. aureus both commonly infect the lungs of cystic fibrosis (CF) patients. Less appreciated is the knowledge that S. aureus is much more commonly identified in young CF patients, while P. aeruginosa eventually takes its…
Congratulations to Alexandria on her first lead author paper!!
Alexandria’s work on PrrF and PrrH regulation in Pseudomonas aeruginosa was just accepted for publication by Infection and Immunity! This study establishes the role of the prrF-encoded sRNAs in iron homeostasis and virulence, in particular demonstrating that the prrF locus is required for acute murine lung infection. Congratulations to Alexandria, as well as all of our…
Congratulations Jon Osborne and Louise Djapgne!
Jon Osborne and Louise Djapgne’s study “A method for in vivo identification of bacterial small RNA-binding proteins” was published in Microbiology Open! Go have a read!
New OS Lab Publication!
Congratulations to Angie Nguyen, who has just published her first lead author paper!! Her manuscript, entitled “Adaptation of iron homeostasis pathways by a Pseudomonas aeruginosa pyoverdine mutant in the cystic fibrosis lung”, in now online at the Journal of Bacteriology. Go have a read!
OS lab members have their first publication!
The first paper with OS lab members has been accepted and is in press at Pathogens and Disease! Louise Djapgne and Angie Nguyen helped complete a study on the effects of iron on antibiotic resistance in Pseudomonas aeruginosa. This work was begun by Mandy Oglesby-Sherrouse during her postdoc, and is now forming the basis for Louise’s…