Dr Birgit Koch
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I have an extensive laboratory experience obtained through participation in a number of microbiological projects. The projects have given me experience with molecular microbiology as well as a good general knowledge of bacterial physiology and microbial ecology. I have always found interdisciplinary collaboration inspiring. By joining the I(CO)2S research group I hope I can contribute to the new perspectives gained by synthetic biology.
Then I moved with my research group to Newcastle University where I have started a new project. The project involves moving a secretion system from Neisseria gonorrhoeae to E. coli in order to enable E. coli to secrete single stranded DNA.
List of my publications is available on my google scholar profile: here.
- Ben Yehezkel T, Rival A, Raz O, Cohen R, Marx Z, Camara M, Dubern JF, Koch B, Heeb S, Krasnogor N, Delattre C, Shapiro E. Synthesis and cell-free cloning of DNA libraries using programmable microfluidics. Nucleic Acids Research 2016, 44(4), e35-e35.