Special Issue "21st Evergreen International Phage Biology Meeting - Emerging Research"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2015) | Viewed by 74338
Interests: stress response and adaptation of foodborne pathogens; physiological impact of mobile genetic elements; bacterial genetics and cell biology
The 21st Evergreen International Phage Biology Meeting is the longest-running general phage meeting in the world. This meeting has been held biennially since 1975, evolving with the growing breadth and depth of the field from focusing primarily on the molecular biology of large lytic coliphages to including phage ecology, (meta)genomics, and applications of phages infecting a wide range of organisms. The meeting is designed to bring together a diverse group of biotechnologists and basic research scientists who are engaged in the science of applying phage biology to current needs in both animal and human health, food safety, biotechnology and other applications.
In the Conference Special Issue published in Viruses, we hope to collect a series of research articles which reflect the current and future trends of both applied and fundamental research within the bacteriophage community.
Prof. Abram Aertsen
Prof. Rob Lavigne
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Phage ecology
- Phage-host interactions
- Biotechnology of microbial viruses
- Agriculture and food safety
- Phage(-based) therapy
- Molecular mechanisms