Steven Rudder

Researcher

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Bacterial diversity and tropical infections

I am a molecular microbiologist with an interest in molecular mechanisms, synthetic biology, and sequencing technology. I have worked in industry engineering bacteria for drug discovery (Isomerase Therapeutics, Cambridge) and for enhanced plant transformation (Tropic Biosciences, Norwich).

Key publications

Wlodek, A., Kendrew, S.G., Coates, N.J., Hold, A., Pogwizd, J., Rudder, S., Sheehan, L.S., Higginbotham, S.J., Stanley-Smith, A.E., Warneck, T. and Nur-E-Alam, M., 2017. Diversity oriented biosynthesis via accelerated evolution of modular gene clusters. Nature communications, 8(1), p.1206.

Tett, A.J., Rudder, S.J., Bourdès, A., Karunakaran, R. and Poole, P.S., 2012. Regulatable vectors for environmental gene expression in Alphaproteobacteria. Appl. Environ. Microbiol., 78(19), pp.7137-7140.

Bourdès, A., Rudder, S., East, A.K. and Poole, P.S., 2012. Mining the Sinorhizobium meliloti transportome to develop FRET biosensors for sugars, dicarboxylates and cyclic polyols. PloS one, 7(9), p.e43578.

Rudder, S., Doohan, F., Creevey, C.J., Wendt, T. and Mullins, E., 2014. Genome sequence of Ensifer adhaerens OV14 provides insights into its ability as a novel vector for the genetic transformation of plant genomes. BMC genomics, 15(1), p.268.