Jan Maarten van Dijl mainly focuses on Biochemistry, Bacillus subtilis, Secretory protein, Secretion and Membrane protein. His Biochemistry study focuses mostly on Signal peptide, Escherichia coli, Proteome, Twin-arginine translocation pathway and Signal peptidase. His work deals with themes such as Adaptation, Metabolome and Gene, which intersect with Bacillus subtilis.
His study in Secretory protein is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Heterologous and Signal peptidase II. As part of the same scientific family, Jan Maarten van Dijl usually focuses on Secretion, concentrating on Proteolysis and intersecting with Protease. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Transport protein, Signal recognition particle and Inner membrane.
His primary areas of investigation include Biochemistry, Bacillus subtilis, Microbiology, Staphylococcus aureus and Secretory protein. His study in Biochemistry focuses on Signal peptide, Secretion, Membrane protein, Transport protein and Proteases. The concepts of his Bacillus subtilis study are interwoven with issues in Proteomics, Gene, Escherichia coli and Twin-arginine translocation pathway.
Jan Maarten van Dijl works mostly in the field of Microbiology, limiting it down to concerns involving Proteome and, occasionally, Extracellular. His study looks at the relationship between Staphylococcus aureus and fields such as Antigen, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Secretory protein study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Heterologous, Signal peptidase and Protein biosynthesis.
His main research concerns Staphylococcus aureus, Microbiology, Bacillus subtilis, Bacteria and Virulence. Jan Maarten van Dijl interconnects Antigen, Incubation, Molecular biology, Blood culture and Implant Infection in the investigation of issues within Staphylococcus aureus. His Microbiology research includes themes of Intracellular and Biofilm.
His Bacillus subtilis research incorporates elements of Secretion, Secretory protein, Biochemistry and Cell biology. His research investigates the connection with Secretory protein and areas like Protein biosynthesis which intersect with concerns in Bacilli. His Virulence research includes elements of Proteome, Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and Plasmid.
His main research concerns Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus subtilis, Virulence, Microbiology and Bacteria. His research integrates issues of Implant Infection, Extracellular, Antigen and Pathology in his study of Staphylococcus aureus. His Bacillus subtilis study combines topics in areas such as Proteases, Secretion, Biochemistry and Serine protease.
The study incorporates disciplines such as clone, Host and Citric acid cycle in addition to Virulence. His study in the field of Antibiotics also crosses realms of Lineage. His studies in Bacteria integrate themes in fields like Molecular biology, Blood culture and Incubation.
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Condition-Dependent Transcriptome Reveals High-Level Regulatory Architecture in Bacillus subtilis
Pierre Nicolas;Ulrike Mäder;Etienne Dervyn;Tatiana Rochat.
Proteomics of Protein Secretion by Bacillus subtilis: Separating the “Secrets” of the Secretome
Harold Tjalsma;Haike Antelmann;Jan D.H. Jongbloed;Peter G. Braun.
Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews (2004)
A Proteomic View on Genome-Based Signal Peptide Predictions
Haike Antelmann;Harold Tjalsma;Birgit Voigt;Steffen Ohlmeier.
Genome Research (2001)
Bacillus subtilis: from soil bacterium to super-secreting cell factory.
Jan Maarten van Dijl;Michael Hecker.
Microbial Cell Factories (2013)
Global Network Reorganization During Dynamic Adaptations of Bacillus subtilis Metabolism
Joerg Martin Buescher;Wolfram Liebermeister;Matthieu Jules;Markus Uhr.
Two minimal Tat translocases in Bacillus
Jan D. H. Jongbloed;Ulrike Grieger;Haike Antelmann;Michael Hecker.
Molecular Microbiology (2004)
Identification of VceA and VceC, two members of the VjbR regulon that are translocated into macrophages by the Brucella type IV secretion system
Maarten F. De Jong;Yao Hui Sun;Andreas B. Den Hartigh;Jan Maarten Van Dijl.
Molecular Microbiology (2008)
A novel class of heat and secretion stress-responsive genes is controlled by the autoregulated CssRS two-component system of Bacillus subtilis.
Elise Darmon;David Noone;Anne Masson;Sierd Bron.
Journal of Bacteriology (2002)
TatC Is a Specificity Determinant for Protein Secretion via the Twin-arginine Translocation Pathway
Jan D.H. Jongbloed;Ulrike Martin;Haike Antelmann;Michael Hecker.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2000)
Genome Engineering Reveals Large Dispensable Regions in Bacillus subtilis
Helga Westers;Ronald Dorenbos;Jan Maarten van Dijl;Jorrit Kabel.
Molecular Biology and Evolution (2003)
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