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Call for a Junior Group Leader Symposium by SYNMIKRO, the Center for Synthetic Microbiology, founded in 2010 by the[...]
Mycobacteria show a high degree of intrinsic resistance to most antibiotics and chemotherapeutic agents. The low permeability of the mycobacterial cell wall, with its unusual structure, is now known to be a major factor in this resistance.
The 7th Congress of European Microbiologists (FEMS 2017) is one of the leading meetings of its kind and will connect thousands of microbiologists from around the world.
FEMS 2017 will be held July 9-13 in Valencia, one of the liveliest and brightest cities in Spain.
To stay updated on FEMS 2017 news, visit our website at http://fems-microbiology2017.kenes.com