Martin Buck FRS, Imperial College, London, Exploring Bacterial Physiology using Non native signaling: Regulon wide transcriptional control of nitrogen stress regulation in E. coli

Event Dates: March 3, 2014 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm

My research group’s activities focus on establishing the mechanistic basis of signal perception and propagation that operates to allow the appropriate adaptive patterns of gene expression to be mounted. We study bacterial systems, of agronomic, medical and industrial relevance. We employ a range of genetic and biochemical methodologies, often working closely with collaborators to establish the structural biology, systems biology and biophysical behaviour of the processes being investigated.