The joint publication with the Albers and Duggin labs on the role of archaeal MinD in motility is now officially published in Current Biology.
The recent paper from Zhengqun is now online at Molecular Microbiology. In this paper we show that ArlCDE are important to transfer signals from the chemotaxis system to the archaeal motility structure. Read more here.
Colin Tittes has joined the archaeal virus group as a PhD student at the beginning of November.
Sabine started this week as a PhD student in the lab. She will be involved in the development of a model virus-host system for haloarchaea
We are looking for a talented post-doc to study infection mechanisms of archaeal viruses. More more information check out the job description.