Sepsis Biomarker Signature: Multicenter Research Study
Bioinformatics and database development for network-based analyses.
Reverse Vaccinology project. Protein expression and purification.
Using novel peptides as an adjunctive treatment against multi-drug antibiotic resistant organisms.
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Network-based approaches to integrating patient transcriptome and clinical data.
Outer membrane proteins in Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Cloning, function and crystallization.
In vivo immunomodulatory peptide studies and anti-biofilm.
Exploring antimicrobial peptide and antibiotic susceptibility of drug resistant pathogens in host-mimicking conditions.
Infectious diseases and their respective pathogens. Swarming motility and antibiotic resistance in Pseudomonas aeruginosa, a cystic fibrosis and nosocomial pathogen.
Genes regulating adaptive antibiotic resistance within Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms.
Design and Sequence Optimization of Innate Defence Regulator Peptides.
Integrative Analysis of Transcriptomic and Metabolomic Data in Sepsis Patients.
Transcriptomic analysis/Reverse Vaccinology of Johne’s disease
Inhibition of S.aureus biofilms
Investigating the mechanism of action of anti-biofilm peptides in vitro and in vivo (using a cutaneous abscess model established for Gram-negative bacteria) in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
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Designing improved anti-infective peptides
Surfing motility as a complex adaptation.
Investigating the effect of antimicrobial peptide on bacterial cell division
Inhibition of swarming motility.
Host defense peptides and toxin-sequestration, liposomal therapy for the use in anti-infective therapy.
Mechanism of anti-inflammatory peptide IDR-1002 in vitro and in vivo.