Margareth Sidarta

Doctoral Student at Chemical Biology

In the era where multi-resistant superbugs have become the global health threat, Margareth Sidarta studies bacterial cell envelope stress responses against antibiotics in her PhD project. Using Bacillus subtilis as a model organism as well as several pathogenic bacteria, her work involves molecular cloning, fluorescence microscopy, spectroscopy-based methods, and -omics approaches. The project goal is to provide a better understanding on how bacteria become resistance to antibiotics and use this knowledge to develop new antibacterial strategies.

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Antibiotic-induced amino acid release - A new antimicrobial strategy?

Michaela Wenzel Chemical Biology
Margareth Sidarta Chemical Biology
Swedish Research Council (VR)

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