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Conference Oral Persentations


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Presenter

Title

Event*

Cormac Walsh

Isolation and characterization of a bacteriocin fromS. warneri 218

3rd Annual IT Tallaght Postgraduate Day April 2005

Claire Burgess

Isolation and characterization of a bacteriocin from S. aureus ITT 330

3rd Annual IT Tallaght Postgraduate Day April 2005

Margaret Morris

Purification and characterization of an antimicrobial peptide from Serratia marcescens ITT 322

3rd Annual IT Tallaght Postgraduate Day April 2005

Laura Oakey

Isolation & characterization of bacteriocin activity from Bifidobacterium longum

3rd Annual IT Tallaght Postgraduate Day April 2005

Sam Maher

In vitro cytotoxicity and mechanism of toxicity studies on a series of AMPs

3rd Annual IT Tallaght Postgraduate Day April 2005

Pamela Morris

Biochemical and molecular Biological studies of a bacteriocin isolated form S. warneri

IT Research Colloquium, Carlow May 2005

Cormac Walsh

Isolation and characterization of a bacteriocin fromS. warneri 218

IT Research Colloquium, Carlow May 2005

Claire Burgess

Isolation and characterization of a bacteriocin from S. aureus ITT 330

IT Research Colloquium, Carlow May 2005

Margaret Morris

Purification and characterization of an antimicrobial peptide from Serratia marcescens ITT 322

IT Research Colloquium, Carlow May 2005

Pamela Morris

Biochemical and molecular Biological studies of a bacteriocin isolated form S. warneri

NICB Microbiology Day, NUI Maynooth, September 12th 2005

Mary Costello

 

Bacteriocin Research in IT Tallaght

NICB Microbiology Day, NUI Maynooth, September 2005

Sam Maher

In vitro cytotoxicity and mechanism of toxicity of a series of AMPs on intestinal epithelial cells.

NICB Microbiology Day, NUI Maynooth, September 2005

Pamela Morris

Antimicrobial Peptides – The Future

IT-Tallaght annual Post Grad Research day conference

John Behan

Antimicrobial peptides from Staphylococcus, Bifidobacterium and Serratia spp.

Bionet Conference ITT Dublin Jan 2006

S. Mc Keon

Relative Pathogenic potential of Burkhoderia cepacia complex (Bcc) strains

Bionet Conference ITT Dublin Jan 2006

T. Mullen

Examination of the ability of the B.cepacia complex to adhere to lung epithelial cells using RFP expressing mutants

Bionet Conference ITT Dublin Jan 2006

E. Caraher

Investigation of the antibiotic susceptibilities of the Burkholderia cepacia complex(Bcc)

Bionet Conference ITT Dublin Jan 2006

M. Callaghan

Microbial research

Invited Speaker atMoyne Institute Microbial research Day, TCD.Nov 2005.

 

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