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CSBD affiliate Maximina Yun and CSBD member Steffen Rulands receive DFG funding to examine the principles of aging in axolotl
Study finds genome loops don’t last long in cells; theories of how loops control gene expression may need to be revised.
Dresden researchers explain how liquid-like protein droplets collectively read DNA regions to switch on genes.
Researchers have found where and how mRNA arrives in a cell to modify or deliver genetic information, a crucial process for the development of novel...
Researchers from Dresden uncover microstructural elements in liver cells that might aid early detection of disease
Dresden cell biologist elected to the Leopoldina National Academy of Sciences
Dresden researchers discover how a protein creates the rotatory forces essential for animal development.
16 new high-quality reference genomes from vertebrates are published, advancing comparative biology, conservation, and health research.
International research team identifies how the cell nucleus structures active and inactive DNA.
First six reference-quality bat genomes released and analysed.