• Subproject A1 – Physiological proteomics

    aims to characterize the physiology of marine Bacteroidetes that specialize in polysaccharide degradation.

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  • Subproject A3 – Transporter functions

    aims to define the substrate specificity of transporter proteins and provide biochemical characterization of the polysaccharide specificity for bacterial PULs

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  • Subproject B1 – Diversity, Genomics

    (meta-)genomics of marine polysaccharide-degrading bacteria

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Welcome

 

POMPU stands for Proteogenomics Of Marine Polysaccharide Utilization.

 

 

Objectives

1.

Establishing temporal dynamics of marine microbial polysaccharide degraders during algal blooms

 

2.

Identifying proteins that drive marine polysaccharide turnover using environmental (meta)genomics, transcriptomics and proteomics

 

3.

Testing computationally derived hypotheses regarding microbe and protein functions with targeted physiological and biochemical experiments

 

 

News & Events

2017-05-02 15:00 by TS

The next POMPU meeting

The next POMPU-project meeting of the research unit FOR 2406 takes place in Greifswald from June 8th to 9th, 2017.

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2018-08-20 (Monday)

MIMAS2

We are pleased to inform that the International Symposium MIMAS2 Microbial Interactions in Marine Systems” will be held in Greifswald, Germany, from August 20th to 22nd, 2018.

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