PhD exit seminar: a genetic analysis of Escherichia coli using bioinformatic methods

Date & time

17 May 2013


 Lisa Schwanz or Luke Holman
 +61 2 6125 2040 or +61 2 6125 5082


Phataraporn Khumphai, Gordon lab, EEG
Friday 17 May, 2pm
Gould Seminar Room, (Rm 235) Gould Buildingc (Bldg. 116), Linnaeus Way, ANU

Escherichia coli is the best-known species of Enterobacteriaceae. The species is genetically diverse and includes both commensal variants and various pathogenic strains and plays a significant role in veterinarian, environmental, and medical science. To understand the diversity within E. coli, E. coli from a variety of sources: humans, animals, and environment were investigated using a comparative genomic approach.

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