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1.03 Natural sciences and mathematics / Biology
1.04 Natural Sciences and mathematics/Chemistry
1.04.02 Natural sciences and mathematics / Chemistry / Structural chemistry
1.05 Natural sciences and mathematics/Biochemistry and molecular biology
1.07. Natural sciences and mathematics / Computer intensive methods and applications
1.09 Pharmacy
1-09 Natural sciences and Mathematics - Pharmacy
2.04 Ingeeniring Sciences Technologies / Material Science and Technology
2.05.02 Engineering sciences and technologies/Mechanics/Experimental mechanics
2.06 Engineering sciences and technologies / Systems and cybernetics
2.13 Engineering sciences and technologies / Process engineering
3.00 Medical Sciences
3.01 Medical sciences/ Microbiology and immunology
3.03 Medical sciences/ Neurobiology
3.04 Medical Sciences/Oncology
3.05 Medical sciences / Human reproduction
3.06 Medical sciences / Cardiovascular system
3.07 Medical sciences/Metabolic and hormonal disorders
3.08 Medical Sciences / Public Healt
3.08 Medical Sciences / Public Health
4.00 Biotechnical Sciences
4.01.02 Biotechnical sciences / Forestry, wood and paper technology / Wood technology
4.03 Biotechnical sciences / Plant production
4.04.03 Biotechnical sciences / Veterinarian medicine / Therapy and health prevention of animals
4.06 Biotehniške vede
4.06 Biotechnical sciences / Biotechnology
4.06.01 Biotechnical sciences-Biotechnology-Recombinant DNA technology
4.06.02 Biotechnical sciences / Biotechnology / Bio-engineering
4.06.04 Biotechnical sciences/Biotechnology/Microbe biotechnology


Exploitation of a virus-borne small protein to combat antibiotic resistance in Staphylococcus aureus

The development of drug‑resistant bacteria is an unavoidable outcome of widespread antibacterial chemotherapy of infectious diseases. Drug discovery programs directed against proteins considered essential for in vivo bacterial viability have yielded few new therapeutic classes of antibiotics, therefore treatment options for combating bacteria resistant to multiple d...

01. July 2019 - 31. December 2022 | 4.06.04 Biotechnical sciences/Biotechnology/Microbe biotechnology

Electrostatic immobilisation of bacterial cells and effects on their physiology

In nature, the extracellular matrix, which encloses bacterial cells, has a vital role for normal cell functioning. Such confinement serves as protection against predators and antimicrobial agents, allows the establishment of high cell densities and co-aggregation of different types of cells and provides a matrix, where different bioactive molecules can concentrate. ...

01. March 2016 - 28. February 2019 | 4.06.04 Biotechnical sciences/Biotechnology/Microbe biotechnology