International collaborations

Ikuro Abe, The University of Tokyo, Japan

Catalytical and structural aspects of enzymes involved in the biosynthesis of lincosamides

Pieter C. Dorrestein, University of California, USA

Development of computational tool for mass spectrometry metabolomics

Ghader Bashiri, University of Auckland, New Zealand

Enzymology of F420-dependent oxidoreductases

Amit Jaisi, Walailak University, Thaiand

Bioprospecting actinomycetes from marine and mangrove environments in Thailand

Axel Innis, Institut Européen de Chimie et Biologie, France

Mode of action of lincosamide antibiotics

Veronika K Pettersen, University Tromso, Norway

LC-MS quantitation of short chain fatty acids

National collaborations

Marcela Krůtová, Motol Hospital, 2nd Faculty of Medicine, Charles University, Prague

Antibiotic resistance in C. difficile

Tomáš Puskal, Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, Czech Acad Sci, Prague

Antimicrobial properties of plant-derived metabolites, untargeted metabolomics of bioactive compounds

Robert Vácha, CEITEC, Brno

Evaluation of antimicrobial peptides

Gabriel Demo, CEITEC, Brno

Signaling in microorganisms mediated by ABCF proteins


Collaboration with private sector


Kryštof Šigut, Santiago Lab

 Preparation of lincosamides overcoming clinically important resistance mechanisms

Collaborations within IMIC

Martin Schwarzer and Míla Kverka Labs – gut and skin microbiota and associated metabolome

Kamanova Lab – ABCFs in Salmonella enterica; CluSeek testing; metabolites associated with Bordetella infection


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