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Scanning electron micrograph of Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria, which cause TB.  
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Revision as of 04:06, 18 February 2014



Scanning electron micrograph of Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria, which cause TB. Credit: NIAID


RESEARCH INTEREST



The Javid lab principal interest is in mycobacterial pathophysiology. Here are some of research interests:

1. 'Adaptive mistranslation'
2. Mycobacteria and host-pathogen interactions
3. Protein translation fidelity
4. GatCAB dependent tRNA synthesis and protein evolution

Undergraduate and graduate students, as well as post-doctoral scientists, interested in our work should contact Dr. Javid directly. (email: bjavid{at}gmail.com)

>>>>>>>>>>>
Find who's NEW here!
via the LINK below

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Javidlab:labmembers


Amaze yourself
via the LINK below

LINK:
Javidlab:research




‘STOP TB’ written
by Nano Luciferase
(flashing by computer programming)

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Nano Luciferase

Bio_luminescence by Nano Luciferase (Promega), which we optimised to be easily expressed in Mycobacterium, and a novel mistranslation reporter with 100 times higher signal over canonical Renilla luciferase.


Room 4-302 Biotech Building
School of Medicine
Tsinghua University

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