The Research Unit for Comparative Microbiome Analyses strives to elucidate elementary modes of action in microbiome development and the associated formation of networks which occur independently from any particular environment and can thus be considered as general principles of microbe – microbe interactions. This focus of research will not only unravel microbial functions in different environments, where microbes play an essential role (contributing to the “red” and the “green” research fields of HMGU), but it will also improve our in-depth understanding of microbiome interactions from different environments.
COMI in press
15.01.2017 Launching of the new PacBio Sequel system …
01.01.2017 Renaming EGEN