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EMBL - European Molecular Biology Laboratory
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Figure 1 : High-throughput gene-gene, gene-drug and drug-drug interaction profiling provides novel mechanistic insights into the cellular network architecture and into drug mode-of-action Typas et al. The Typas group develops high-throughput approaches to study bacterial cellular networks, and to understand their interactions with the environment, the host and other bacterial species. The explosion of genomic sequence information provides a first step towards better understanding diverse bacteria, but also makes it crucial to develop large-scale approaches to characterise functions of novel genes and map them in pathways. We are developing high-throughput, multi-readout, automated approaches to quantitatively assess gene-gene, gene-drug and drug-drug interactions in many different bacteria and at many different levels figure 1.
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