The Fifth “International Animal Intestinal Ecology and Healthin China Summit Forum”
The Fifth “International Animal Intestinal Ecology and Healthin China Summit Forum”, it was grandly held in Beijing Jiuhua Mountain Villa on November 6, 2019. This forum invited nearly 30 well-known professors from the United States, Britain, Germany, Canada and domestic experts and scholars.
Dr. Peng Chen made a report on "Research progress and application of alternative antibodies to yeast lasso.
Halor Tid is a 19-amino-acid-long antimicrobial lasso peptide from the bacteria Citrobacter braakii, a class of ribosomally synthesized and post translationally modified peptide that are characterized by their unique lasso structure.
Antimicrobial properties against a range of Gram-negative enterobacteria.