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Overview of all research clusters
The research clusters within GenoMik-Transfer comprise up to 14 partners from german universities or research institutions. Experts from different disciplines work closely together, e.g. microbiologists, chemists, physicists, engineers, and computer scientists. Actually, fourteen research clusters within Module A (Transfer) are funded, as well as one junior research group (Modul B), and four clusters within Modul C (Industry).

Modul A / 14 research clusters

Autotrophe Produktion Autotrophic production of fine chemicals and specifically labeled biocompounds in Ralstonia eutropha

BioFung Integrative study of the biotrophic growth of the fungus Verticillium longisporum on its host oilseed rape

ChemBiofilm Innovative strategies for biofilm prevention and protein stabilization

DINaMid Genomics-guided discovery of new antimicrobials using microfluidic devices

Essigsäurebakterien Acetic acid bacteria as biotransformation factories

ExpresSys A platform of novel microbial expression systems for industrially relevant genes

FlexFit Corynebacterium: improving flexibility and fitness for industrial production

GenBioCom Genome-based Production of Bioactive Compounds from Actinomycetes for Health, Nutrition and Industry

MiPro Microbes for production: A genomics-based approach to engineer novel industrial production strains

PathControl A molecular analysis of the genetic determinants affecting ability to grow of the plant growth promoting bacterium Bacillus amyloliquefaciens within plant rhizosphere (lettuce) in presence of the world-wide distributed phytopathogenic fungus Rhizoctonia solani

PROTumor Engineered probiotic bacteria for the treatment of solid tumors

SweePro Sustainable and resource-efficient production of sweet proteins for health and nutrition

TPMG Bielefeld Technology Platform Bioinformatics

TPMG Gö/Gr Technology Platform Goettingen/Greifswald

Modul B / Junior research group

MetaZyme              A new approach for the kinetical analysis of metabolic pathways

Modul C (Industry)

IPG                Integrated phenotype/genotype platform for the identification of hidden genetic targets

MYXO-PUFA                Homologous and heterologous production of Omega 3-polyunsaturated fatty acids in myxobacteria

PROPAT                On-line chip system for monitoring industrial production processes