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Establishing how bacterial cells position the division site [ 2006 - 2008 ]

Research Grant

[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP0666670]

Researchers Dr EJ Harry

Brief description Cell division is essential for life. It is required for bacterial infections and, if uncontrolled, causes diseases such as cancer. We will establish how bacterial cells position the division site precisely to ensure faithful production of newborn cells. We will use the latest technology in bacterial cell biology to provide novel, clear-cut information to maintain Australia at the leading edge of this important area of research. There is an alarming increase in antibiotic resistant bacteria and an imminent threat of bioterrorism. This research allows the opportunity for the development of new antibiotics to protect Australia protected from these dangerous bacteria.

Funding Amount $254,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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