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Molecular Genetics

Prof. Maya Schuldiner
02.09.2020

Prof. Maya Schuldiner has been elected as a member of the National Academy of Sciences in Germany, Leopoldina

Having Their Fortress and Leaving It Too
18.08.2020

Humble amyloids have many uses – for bacteria, at least – aiding both migration and antibiotic resistance 

Some bacteria love the smell of sulfur in hot gases
15.07.2020

Heat-resistance tags on bacterial RNA hold clues to human diseases

neurons in mouse brains
24.02.2020

A study in mice suggests how an acute inflammatory immune response in pregnancy may be tied to autism spectrum disorders

green fuel illustration
29.01.2020

Two new patents may help lead us to a greener future

Eran Hornstein
02.01.2020

Q & A with Prof. Eran Hornstein on discovering why mutations in a gene for a tiny non-coding RNA could herald the onset of neurodegenerative...

infected bacteria
26.09.2019

A newly-discovered immune system in bacteria is the distance ancestor of one in our own cells

Sneaky RNA Tag Rendered Visible
05.08.2019

Understanding exactly where this tag attaches will reveal new aspects of how our genes are regulated

mistakes
01.08.2019

Mapping where these errors occur was a feat they said couldn't be done. It turns out many are not random

Stem cell cultures
27.05.2019

Manipulating an enzyme might be key to culturing cells for transplantation or other treatments

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