Tina Kronborg

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Uropathogenic Escherichia coli (UPEC) are capable of occupying physiologically distinct intracellular and extracellular niches within the urinary tract. This feat requires the timely regulation of gene expression and small RNAs (sRNAs) are known to mediate such rapid adjustments in response to changing environmental cues. This study aimed to uncover(More)
The Supernova Legacy Survey 3-year sample: Type Ia supernovae photometric distances and cosmological constraints , J. Guy1, M. Sullivan2, A. Conley3,4, N. Regnault1, P. Astier1, C. Balland1,5, S. Basa6, R. G. Carlberg4, D. Fouchez7, D. Hardin1, I. M. Hook2,8, D. A. Howell9,10, R. Pain1, N. Palanque-Delabrouille11 , K. M. Perrett4,12, C. J. Pritchet13, J.(More)
Precision cosmology with Type Ia supernovae (SNe Ia) makes use of the fact that SN Ia luminosities depend on their light-curve shapes and colours. Using Supernova Legacy Survey (SNLS) and other data, we show that there is an additional dependence on the global characteristics of their host galaxies: events of the same light-curve shape and colour are, on(More)
During infection of the urinary tract, uropathogenic Escherichia coli (UPEC) are exposed to different environments, such as human urine and the intracellular environments of bladder epithelial cells. Each environment elicits a distinct bacterial environment-specific transcriptional response. We combined differential fluorescence induction (DFI) with(More)
The lac promoter is one of the most commonly used promoters for expression control of recombinant genes in E. coli. In the absence of galactosides, the lac promoter is repressed by its repressor protein LacI. Since the lac promoter is regulated by a repressor, overexpression of LacI is necessary for regulation when the promoter is introduced on a high-copy(More)
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