Domenico Bellini

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Dom is working on how virulence is regulated in bacteria (in particular respiratory pathogens). His work is focused primarily on understanding the factors which stimulate biofilm formation in Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

Email: dom.bellini@diamond.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 123577 8782

Key Research Area

Key Research Area

  • Beamline Development
  • Crystal Dehydration
  • PQQ Dependent Quinoproteins

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Dom is working on how virulence is regulated in bacteria (in particular respiratory pathogens) – his work is focused primarily on understanding the factors which stimulate biofilm formation in Pseudomonas aeruginosa

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Publications

1. Bellini, D., and Papiz, M. Z. (2012) Dimerization properties of the RpBphP2 chromophore-binding domain crystallized by homologue-directed mutagenesis, Acta Crystallogr D Biol Crystallogr 68, 1058-1066.

2. Bellini, D., and Papiz, M. Z. (2012) Structure of a bacteriophytochrome and light-stimulated protomer swapping with a gene repressor, Structure 20, 1436-1446.

3. Bellini, D., Fordham-Skelton, A. P., and Papiz, M. Z. (2011) STRU-cloning: a fast, inexpensive and efficient cloning procedure applicable to both small scale and structural genomics size cloning, Mol Biotechnol 48, 30-37.

4. Diaz-Mireles, E., Wexler, M., Sawers, G., Bellini, D., Todd, J. D., and Johnston, A. W. (2004) The Fur-like protein Mur of Rhizobium leguminosarum is a Mn(2+)-responsive transcriptional regulator, Microbiology 150, 1447-1456.

5. Wexler, M., Todd, J. D., Kolade, O., Bellini, D., Hemmings, A. M., Sawers, G., and Johnston, A. W. (2003) Fur is not the global regulator of iron uptake genes in Rhizobium leguminosarum, Microbiology 149, 1357-1365.