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Stochastic Effects in Microbial Infection: Experiments and Modelling

Original Event Webpage: www.nesc.ac.uk/esi/events/1100/

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Day 1 09:15 - Introduction - Rosalind Allen PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.55 MB)
Day 1 09:30 - Towards modeling epigenetic phase variation of virulence factors - Marjan van der Woude PowerPoint Format [PPT] (7.26 MB)
Day 1 1:00 - A DAM Stochastic Switch: Pap Phase Variation in E.coli - Mustafa Khammash Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (4.03 MB)
Day 1 11:30 - Stochastic effects for interacting microbial populations - Rosalind Allen PowerPoint Format [PPT] (6.76 MB)
Day 1 14:00 - Towards and understanding of global patterns of simple sequence repeat-mediated phase variation during host persistence... - Chris Bayliss PowerPoint Format [PPT] (9.36 MB)
Day 1 16:00 - Development of new tools to study the cell biology and origins of phenotypic variation in the human pathogen Streptococcus pneumoniae - Jan-Willem Veening PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.17 MB)
Day 1 16:30 - Exact results for optimal phenotypic switching rates - Jamie Wood PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.61 MB)
Day 14:30 - Parameter Settings and Cost - Dominique Chu Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (3.62 MB)
Day 2 09:00 - Bacterial individuality: biological functions of phenotypic heterogeneity - Martin Ackermann Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (2.85 MB)
Day 2 09:30 - Modeling model organisms in model systems? The case for Diptheria - Paul Hoskisson PowerPoint Format [PPT] (7.28 MB)
Day 2 11:00 - Competition-colonization dynamics in an RNA virus - Tibor Antal Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (0.44 MB)
Day 2 14:00 - Systems Biology approaches to understanding glutathione metabolism - Najl Valeyev [PPTX] (3.66 MB)




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