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Sascha Patz

PhD-student

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Contact:
UNIVERSITY OF TÜBINGEN
WSI-Algorithms in Bioinformatics
 
Sand 14, Office C324a
D-72076 Tübingen

Phone:  +49-7071-29-70453
Fax:      +49-7071-29-5148
E-Mail:  sascha.patz at uni-tuebingen.de


Research Topics:

  • Synthetic microbiomes
  • Metagenomic analysis of plants, seeds (ancient), soil, humans and bioreactors
  • Microbial functional analysis
  • Comparative genomics of bacteria (e.g. plant growth-promoting bacteria: PGPB)
 
Main Collaborations:

  • Bioreactor metagenomic analysis & assembly related to waste water digestion.
Environmental Biotechnology (Univ. of Tübingen): Prof. Dr. Lars Angenent 

  • Bio-inoclant mediated shift of microbial communities and its functional traits.
Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops Großbeeren: Dr. rer. nat. habil. Silke Ruppel, Dr. Matthias Becker, Dr. Burkhardt Flemer 

  • Comparative genomics of Kosakonia radicincitans DSM16656(T) among PGPB and pathogens.
"Julius Kühn-Institut" - Federal Research Centre for Cultivated Plants Braunschweig: Dr. Beatrice Berger, Dr. Yvonne Becker

  • Enhancing the restoration of the gut microbiome after antibiotic treatment.
University fo Antwerp: Basil Britto Xavier

Publications:

[1] Tchuisseu Tchakounté, GV.; Berger, B.; Patz, S.; Henri, F.; Ruppel, S. Community structure and plant growth-promoting potential of cultivable bacteria isolated from Cameroon soil. Microbiological Research. 2018 (Phylogenetics, Microbiome Analysis, Data Processing)


[2] Berger, B.; Patz, S.; Ruppel, S.; Dietel, K.; Faetke, S.; Junge, H.; Becker, M. Successful formulation and application of plant growth-promoting Kosakonia radicincitans in maize cultivation.  BioMed Research International, Article ID 6439481. 2018. (Data Acquisition & Processing)


[3] Ekandjo, L.K.; Ruppel, S.; Remus, R.; Witzel, K.; Patz, S.; Becker, Y. Site-directed mutagenesis to deactivate two nitrogenase isozymes of Kosakonia radicincitans DSM16656T. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 64, 97-106. 2017. (Comparative Genomics, Structural Bioinformatics, Visualization)


[4] Hegazi, NA.; Sarhan, MS.; Fayez, M.; Patz, S.; Ruppel, S.; Murphy, BR. Plant-fed Versus Chemicals-fed Rhizobacteria: Plant-only-teabags Culture Media not only Increase Culturability of Rhizobacteria but also Unveil the Not-yet-Cultured Lysobacter sp., Novosphingobium sp. and Pedobacter sp. PLOS ONE. 2016. (Phylogeny, Phylochip Analysis, Methodology, Software, Writing) 

 
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