Microbial Proteomics

A genome contains all the information that is needed to build an organism like, for instance, a bacterium. One of functional genomics’ central questions is: How are these blueprints implemented so that relatively simple molecular codes ultimately give rise to a microorganism with the potential of getting us sick? What are some of the underlying mechanisms and under what conditions do they become activated?




  • Dr. Julia Bosselmann, Research Associate
  • Christian Ebenhög, MSc Chemistry
  • Malina Hase, BSc Biology
  • Ellen Elsner, BSc Biotechnology
  • Simon Klute, BSc Biology
  • Katharina Hübscher, BSc Biology
  • Piotr Stanczyk, BSc Biotechnology
  • Janik Melcher, BSc Biology
  • Kimberly Borkiert, MSc Biology
  • Gazal Gökkus, BSc Biology
  • Erik Lehmann, PhD
  • Melina Lieder, MSc Molecular Medicine
  • Kim Jana Lüttker, Food Chemistry
  • Alicia Klaude, MSc Biochemistry/Chemical Biology
  • Dominique Werner, BSc Biology
  • Annette Hasel, MSc Biochemistry/Chemical Biology
  • Maya Wilkens, MSc Biology
  • Ayten Mustafayeva, MSc Biology
  • Mandy Meinert, BSc Biotechnology
  • Dr. Peggy Kloppot, research associate
  • Martin Lietz, food chemistry
  • Jan Schob, MSc Biology
  • Steffen Günzel, BSc Biology
  • Kaja Kleinteich, BSc Biology
  • Manuela Fuchs, BSc Biology
  • Tobias Ludwig, MSc Biology
  • Frerich Masson, BSc Biology
  • Bastian Kruse, BSc Biology

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