Institute of Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (ICBM)
Phone +49 (0)441 798 3622
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Modern methods of proteogenomic research applied to environmental bacteria offer detailed insights into their molecular physiology. For best possible interpretation of corresponding data we adopt and develop new analysis methods. We further model physiological phenomena observed in chemostat-experiments serving both as a complement and source of novel hypotheses.
Estimates about biological, technical and total variation inherent to 2D DIGE analysis are important for defining the threshold of significance for protein abundance changes. Corresponding data from replicate cultures (left) were visualised with a multidimensional scaling technique (right) for both identical (A-C) and different substrate conditions (D). Details and results can be found in DOI: 10.1002/pmic.201100071
Further information can be found at General and Molecular Microbiology Group