Peer-reviewed publications and preprints by the CompMicroLab @ UmU...since 2023! ūü•≥


  1. Assessment of the exposure to cytotoxic Bacillus cereus group genotypes through HTST milk consumption
    Jun Su, Tyler Chandross-Cohen, Chenhao Qian, and 5 more authors
  2. Bacillamide D produced by Bacillus cereus from the mouse intestinal bacterial collection (miBC) is a potent cytotoxin in vitro
    Maximilian Hohmann, Valentina Brunner, Widya Johannes, and 11 more authors
  3. Comparison of the performance of multiple whole-genome sequence-based tools for the identification of Bacillus cereus sensu stricto biovar Thuringiensis
    Taejung Chung, Abimel Salazar, Grant Harm, and 3 more authors


  1. A community-curated, global atlas of Bacillus cereus sensu lato genomes for epidemiological surveillance
    Vignesh Ramnath, Martin Larralde, Pedro Menchik, and 14 more authors
    bioRxiv, May 2023
  2. Artificial intelligence for natural product drug discovery
    Michael W Mullowney, Katherine R Duncan, Somayah S Elsayed, and 8 more authors
  3. A multidrug-resistant Salmonella enterica Typhimurium DT104 complex lineage circulating among humans and cattle in the USA lost the ability to produce pertussis-like toxin ArtAB
    Laura M Carroll, Nicolo Piacenza, Rachel A Cheng, and 2 more authors
    Microbial Genomics, May 2023
  4. Genus-wide genomic characterization of Macrococcus: insights into evolution, population structure, and functional potential
    Laura M Carroll, Rian Pierneef, Thendo Mafuna, and 2 more authors
  5. More than mcr: canonical plasmid-and transposon-encoded mobilized colistin resistance genes represent a subset of phosphoethanolamine transferases
    Ahmed Gaballa, Martin Wiedmann, and Laura M Carroll