Georgy Kurakin

Teaching Assistant, Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University
  • Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University
  • Russian Federation

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Archaea Bacteria Biochemistry Computational biology Evolution Fungi Microbial genetics Host defence Molecular biology Pathogenesis Protozoa Symbiosis Publishing

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Do bacteria and protozoa communicate with oxylipins?

And, if they do, what was the evolution of this communication? We tried to address these questions in our recent bioinformatic paper. Here, I present our poster that complements this article and provides a short graphical outline of our study.

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