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Research Highlights

Entry from: 26.03.2020  
Category: Research Highlights

Phage capsid against influenza: perfectly fitting inhibitor prevents viral infection

NATURE NANOTECHNOLOGY A new approach brings the hope of new therapeutic options for suppressing seasonal influenza and avian flu: On the basis of an empty – and therefore non-infectious – shell of a phage virus, researchers from Berlin have developed a chemically (...)[more]

Entry from: 26.08.2019  
Category: Research Highlights

A new signaling pathway for mTor-dependent cell growth

NATURE CELL BIOLOGY The activation of mTor complex 1 in the cell is central to many vital processes in the body such as cell growth and metabolism. Overactivity of this signalling pathway can result in diseases such as in diabetic insulin resistance and cancer. A (...)[more]

Entry from: 13.08.2019  
Category: Research Highlights

Gene for acid-sensitive ion channel identified

eLIFE In the human body the salt content of cells and their surrounding is regulated by sophisticated transport systems. Special channels in the cell membrane selectively permit salt ions to flow in and out of cells. A research team led by Professor Thomas (...)[more]

Entry from: 31.08.2018  
Category: Research Highlights

Presynapses come in a packet – Berlin Scientists Identify the Components and Architecture of Neuronal Contact Sites

NEURON Synapses are the interfaces for information exchange between neurons. Teams of scientists working with Professor Dr. Volker Haucke, Director at the Leibniz-Forschungsinstitut für Molekulare Pharmakologie (FMP) and Professor at the Freie Universität Berlin, (...)[more]

Entry from: 14.05.2018  

A Matter of Dynamics

NATURE COMMUNICATIONS Most ion channels are very selective about the ions, which may or may not pass through them. They may be conductive for potassium ions and non-conductive for sodium ions or vice versa. However, a number of ion channels allows for the (...)[more]

Entry from: 04.05.2018  
Category: Research Highlights

When Bacteria Build Homes

PNAS Bacteria like to make their gooey homes along boundary surfaces to protect themselves from inclement conditions and attacks. So far, however, the architectural strategy of these bacteria has eluded researchers. A team working with the scientists Anne Diehl (...)[more]

Entry from: 04.04.2018  
Category: Research Highlights

How a Mutated Gene Triggers Hypertension

NATURE GENETICS Arterial hypertension (high blood pressure) can occur when the adrenal cortex produces excess aldosterone hormone. How does this happen? Scientists working at the Leibniz Institute for Molecular Pharmacology (FMP) and the Max Delbrück Center for (...)[more]


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