08.07.2019

Leonie, Louisa, Sophie and Svenja have joined the lab for their BSc. Welcome!


19.03.2019

Fantastic story by Josie Ferreira from the Beeby Lab, finally out: Bacteria may eject their flagella when starved (Shewanella does it, too. Thanks for having us contributing!). Cool to share another story with former gradstudents Flo and Suse! Also now in the Economist!


15.03.2019

Check out the great story of our colleagues from the Ziebuhr Lab in Würzburg (and thanks, I had a great time in Würzburg!). This was a cooperation in the framework of the DFG priority program SPP1617.


13.03.2019

Flo's and Tim's story on polar recruitment of PdeB by HubP has been elected as an articel of significant interest in the current issue of J. Bacteriol.


23.01.2019

The paper on polar localization of PdeB is now out in J. Bacteriol. Pleasure to work with the Bange Lab.

The work is part of the fantastic DFG priority program SPP 1879.

 


21.12.2018

And even better on time for Christmas: Flo's and Tim's story on polar localization of a phosphodiesterase by a GGDEF domain and HubP has been accepted! Great collaboration with the Bange Lab.

More soon.


18.12.2018

Right on time for Christmas: Our story (in a fantastic collaboration with Felix, Nicola, Laurence and Bruno) is out in Nature Communications!

Great work, a big big thank you to all of you!

 

The Behind-The-Paper story can be found here.


26.11.2018

Tabea starts her MSc. Welcome back, Tabea!


Marco's story on dual flagellin has been accepted for publication in Nature Communications!

Great work und thanks to all people involved, in particular our collaborators in Marburg and York! More soon.


27.08.2018

Vanessa joins the lab for her MSc. Welcome Vanessa!


03.08.2018

The study by Lucas and Max on the extracellular nuclease ExeM is now published.


12.07.2018

The Zombie has finally come alive. Great collaboration with the Bange and Ringgaard labs. Thanks to all people involved (and sorry, Anna).


02.07.2018

New life in the lab: Welcome to the BSc students Frederike, Kirsten, Lisa and Marie!


Summer-BBQ June 2018. The gang (+ watchdog Jake).


flagellar screw of Shewanella putrefaciens

13.02.2018

The flagellar screw appears in the Laborjournal. Thanks to Larissa Tetsch for translating our geeky stuff into proper German.


08.01.2018

Our new team member Dirk joined the lab as an MSc student. Welcome Dirk!


01.01.2018

Happy new year 2018


01.12.2017

Lophotrichously flagellated Pseudomonas putida can (per)form the flagellar screw as well! Have a look at the great story by our colleagues from the Carsten Beta Lab!


01.10.2017

Welcome Isy, our new MSc student!


01.07.2017

Welcome Meike, John, and Tim as new PhD students!


Shewanella putrefaciens screwing

30.05.2017

The story on bacterial screwing motility is out! Thanks to Bruno Eckhardt and Felix Schmidt for the beautiful and fun collaboration. Looking forward to doing more research with you,

 

The figure of a screwing Shewanella cell was designed by the Ella Maru studio.  

 

 

01.07.2017 - recommended by the Faculty of 1000

further comments see here, here, here, or here.


11.04.2017

Have a look at the new book on methods dealing with bacterial flagella and flagella-mediated motility.


 

27.01.2017

Congratulations, Dr. Rossmann!

 


19.01.2017

 

Marco wins the 'Award for an Outstanding Talk by a Graduate Student' at this years's BLAST meeting in New Orleans. Great job, Marco!

 


01.01.2017

The Thormann Lab goes online

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AG Thormann

Department for Microbiology and Molecular Biology

Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen

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the dual flagellar system of Shewanella putrefaciens