Reconstructing the essential bacterial cell cycle machinery

The workshop will discuss advances on the construction of essential bacterial machineries in the absence of cells. Focusing on the molecular assemblies effecting cytokinesis (the divisome), chromosome segregation (nucleoid partitioning) and wall synthesis (peptidoglycan synthesizing complex) the workshop will review the recent data on the nature, role and interactions of the bacterial proliferation components.
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François-Xavier Barré

Centre de Génétique Moléculaire (CNRS)
France

Rolf Bernander

Uppsala University
Sweden

Thomas Bernhard

Harvard Medical School
USA

Piet de Boer

Case Western Reserve University
USA

Miguel Ángel de Pedro

Centro de Biología Molecular “Severo Ochoa” (CSIC-UAM)
Spain

Harold Erickson

Duke University Medical Center
USA

Jeff Errington

Newcastle University
UK

Kenn Gerdes

Newcastle University
UK

Carol Gross

University of California at San Francisco
USA








Christine Jacobs-Wagner

Yale University
USA

Susan Lovett

Brandeis University
USA

Jan Löwe

MRC – Laboratory of Molecular Biology
UK

William Margolin

University of Texas
USA

Petra Schwille

TU Dresden
Germany

David Sherratt

University of Oxford
UK

Waldemar Vollmer

Newcastle University
UK

Jie Xiao

Johns Hopkins University
USA

16 Sep - 19 Sep 2012
Real Sitio de San Ildefonso
Spain
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