iimena

Integrating Informatics and Metabolic Engineering for the biosynthesis of Novel Antibiotics

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The iimena-project aims to integrate state-of-the art screening technologies, bioinformatics and metabolic engineering approches in order to identify and characterize novel secondary metabolites from actinomycetes, which can become lead-candidates for antibiotic drug development.

The iimena-project is funded by a Challenge Grant of the:

<b>iimena</b><br/><br/>Integrating Informatics and Metabolic Engineering for the biosynthesis of Novel Antibiotics

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In This Issue – article published by National Academy of Science
October 15, 2018
Check the new article In This Issue which work is explained by scientists from KAIST.
Navigating genetic diversity by painting the bacteria red
October 11, 2018
Check the new article regarding Navigating genetic diversity by painting the bacteria red published by scientists from KAIST working in the iimena-project.
A Novel Biosensor to Advance Diverse High-Level Production of Microbial Cell Factories
October 11, 2018
A research group at KAIST presented a novel biosensor which can produce diverse, high-level microbial cell factories. The biosensor monitors the concentration of products and even intermedia...