FEMS Microbiology Letters is delighted to announce a collection of articles from a thematic issue on Pseudomonas. This collection is now freely available for you to read until 30 September 2017 in connection with the 16th International Conference on Pseudomonas, which is being held in Liverpool on 5-9 September 2017.
This collection of articles with FEMS Microbiology Letters highlights some of the new research that is currently being done in the bacterial genus, Pseudomonas. Pseudomonas plays a significant role in many diverse fields of microbiology and can be found in a wide range of ecological niches owing to its metabolic diversity. It is a model organism for uncovering the mechanisms in host-pathogen interactions, cell-cell communication systems, evolutionary biology, antibiotic interactions, biofilms and bacterial genomics.
Prof Craig Winstanley is the guest editor of this thematic issue and is welcoming new research paper submissions for this issue. If you would like to submit your research, submissions for this thematic issue will remain open until 15 December 2017. You can find more information here.
We hope you enjoy this collection of articles on Pseudomonas ahead of the 16th International Conference on Pseudomonas.