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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.
For the first time, Dresden researchers prove the existence of DNA loops in a living context.
A systems analysis of liver regeneration
Compact DNA organization improves vision in nocturnal mammals.
Dresden researchers create geometrical and functional liver model for improved diagnosis of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
Genes lost in whales and dolphins helped adapting to an aquatic environment.
First and new realistic 3D model of the liver lobule since the year 1949