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Evotec AG announced that its multi-target collaboration with Bayer HealthCare has reached an important milestone for the transition of a molecule into pre-clinical development for the treatment of endometriosis. This milestone was achieved under the agreement between Evotec and Bayer signed in ...
Researchers study extraordinary phycobiliproteins
Phytoplankton not only constitutes the foundation of the food chain in the oceans, it also fixes carbon through photosynthesis and generates oxygen with the help of solar energy. A considerable part of phytoplankton is made up of cryptophytes, complex single-cell algae. In the course of ...
Researchers elucidate how a nitrogen-fixing enzyme also produces hydrocarbons
Plants need nitrogen and carbon to grow. Photosynthesis allows them to take in the latter directly from the air, but they have to procure nitrogen through their roots in the form of organic molecules like ammonia or urea. Even though nitrogen gas makes up approximately 80 percent of Earth’s ...
Modified enzymes enable efficient hydrogen production
Hydrogen as a regenerative fuel produced in gigantic water tanks full of algae, which need nothing more than sunlight to produce the promising green energy carrier: a great idea in theory, but one that fails due to the vast amount of space required for the production process. Scientists from the ...
New mechanism for inhibition of the immunoproteasome revealed
Multiple sclerosis, type 1 diabetes and lupus have one thing in common: They are all autoimmune diseases in which the immune cells can no longer differentiate between friend or foe and thus attack the body’s own tissue. Here, the immunoproteasome, which supplies the immune system with information ...
Water movement as detection aid for molecules
Water is a ubiquitous solvent in all life sciences – sometimes referred to as the "matrix of life". Contrary to earlier assumptions, it is not a passive witness of biochemical processes; rather, it participates in them actively. By influencing the movement of water molecules surrounding their ...
Scientists develop new tool to analyze cellular structures via high- resolution imaging
In the past two decades, super-resolution microscopy has been one of the fastest evolving fields through many technical improvements. However, the development of new labeling tools, probes and their biological application, is mostly lagging behind the technical capabilities. Most recently, Prof. ...
Evotec AG announced that it has entered into three novel research projects for the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis ("MS") supported by research funds from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research ("BMBF"). The respective scientific approaches stem from the Deutsches ...
BRAIN AG and FUCHS Europe Schmierstoffe GmbH announce a partnership involving the biotechnological production of lubricant additives from renewable resources. Throughout the previous year, this successful partnership was a part of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) strategic ...
What drives peroxisomes to degrading pollutants
Peroxisomes are vital cell components that degrade cellular toxins and long-chain fatty acids. Their malfunction may result in severe, often lethal disorders. RUB researchers (Medical Faculty) have been studying the precise working mechanisms of peroxisomes for 25 years. In collaboration with ...