FME lab were at ISME18 congress

Published: Aug 15, 2022 by FME Lab

FME lab was present during the last 18th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology ISME18 congress. ISME18 was held as in Lausanne, Switzerland from 14-19 August 2022.

Stephane highlighting the merits of generating MAGs to study food borne microbes (source).

Metagenomics assembled genomes can reveal biaises in cultured food bacterial isolates and help identifying new species and strains.

In addition, Marie co-organized the Microbial ecology session with Maria Marco (UC Davis) and gave a key note lecture: “Overview on the microbial ecological basis of food spoilage and preservation”.

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