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New method makes masked proteins in nerve cells visible

"This method opens new doors to the study of hard-to-label proteins in living neurons"

23-Nov-2021

The research groups of Prof. Dr. Markus Sauer from the Biocenter and Dr. Gerti Beliu from the Rudolf Virchow Center for Integrative and Translational Bioimaging at the University of Würzburg, as well as the group of Dr. Daniel Choquet from the Bordeaux Neurocampus department of Bordeaux ...

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Bacteria under stress

Understand bacterial defense mechanisms in detail

09-Nov-2020

In stress situations, bacteria use special ion channels for defense. Understanding how they function provides the basis for combating harmful bacteria. A Würzburg research group in cooperation with ETH Zurich and the University of Oxford has now been able to decipher how two of these channels are ...

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Specific control molecule in platelets identified

Starting point for drug development against thrombosis, heart attack and stroke

12-Aug-2020

The previously largely unknown molecule bridging integrator 2 (BIN2) plays a central role in platelet activation, as researchers from Würzburg have now shown in a joint project of the DFG Collaborative Research Centre/Transregio 240. This finding provides indications of starting points for drug ...

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Researchers identified an important signaling molecule of cell communication

30-Mar-2016

International scientists led by Carsten Hoffmann and Martin Lohse of the University Würzburg, Germany, identified for the first timeβ-Arrestin as an independent signaling molecule. The protein modulates a pharmaceutically important pathway. It leads to new drug targets, for example in pain ...

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