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Te Tari Moromoroiti me te Ārai Mate

David Mayo Muñoz

Current research:

PhD Thesis: 

"Hfq and small RNA regulation of multiple CRIPSR-Cas systems in Serratia"

Supervisors: Professor Peter Fineran


2020: Departmental Postgraduate Representative

2019: Department research Celebration Poster Prize

2019: University of Otago Doctoral Scholarship

2015: Erasmus Scholarship 



Rafael Pinilla-Redondo, David Mayo-Muñoz, Jakob Russel, Roger A Garrett, Lennart Randau, Søren J Sørensen, Shiraz A Shah, Type IV CRISPR–Cas systems are highly diverse and involved in competition between plasmids, Nucleic Acids Research, Volume 48, Issue 4, 28 February 2020, Pages 2000–2012,

Mayo-Muñoz D. (2018) Viral Genome Isolation from Human Faeces for Succession Assessment of the Human Gut Virome. In: Moya A., Pérez Brocal V. (eds) The Human Virome. Methods in Molecular Biology, vol 1838. Humana Press, New York, NY

Mayo-Muñoz, D.; He, F.; Jørgensen, J.B.; Madsen, P.K.; Bhoobalan-Chitty, Y.; Peng, X. (2018) Anti-CRISPR-Based and CRISPR-Based Genome Editing of Sulfolobus islandicus Rod-Shaped Virus 2. Viruses, 10, 695.