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Microscopy: Nine at one blow

05-Feb-2016

Advance in biomedical imaging: The University of Würzburg's Biocenter has enhanced fluorescence microscopy to label and visualise up to nine different cell structures simultaneously. Fluorescence microscopy allows researchers to visualise biomolecules in cells. They label the molecules using ...

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Biomolecule’s behaviour under artificial conditions more natural than expected

Comparing cell and test tube

04-Feb-2016

Researchers often analyse isolated biomolecules in test tubes, and it is doubtful if the results can be applied to densely-packed cells. A team from Bochum, Dortmund and Greifswald monitored the folding of an RNA structure in the living cell and compared the results with those of test tube ...

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Sartorius Grows by Double Digits

Targets for 2020 Updated

03-Feb-2016

Sartorius grew very dynamically again in 2015 according to its preliminary figures and further increased its profitability. The company achieved or exceeded its financial targets raised during the reporting year. For the current fiscal year as well, management expects to record significant ...

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Cancer research: Enzyme inhibition with a surprise

02-Feb-2016

In many tumours specific enzymes involved in regulating gene activity are heavily mutated. What effect could that have? Cell researchers from the University of Würzburg have looked into this question. Matthias Becker and Professor Albrecht Müller, two molecular biologists from the ...

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Suitable Protein Tags for Nanoscopy

02-Feb-2016

Modern optical technologies such as super-resolution nanoscopy enable to exactly image small structures and molecular processes, therefore, providing a fascinating view into living cells. To visualize such processes in the nanometer range, cellular structures of interest have to be efficiently ...

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CHEMIE.DE introduces greatly improved newsletters

01-Feb-2016

With the new year getting under way, there is great news for all those who look for up-to-date news and information from the chemical, life sciences and analytics industries: the newsletters of CHEMIE.DE’s industry portals have been completely overhauled. As before, they feature current industry ...

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Identifying Another Piece in the Parkinson's Disease Pathology Puzzle

International Consortium Identifies and Validates Cellular Role of Priority Parkinson’s Disease Drug Target, LRRK2 Kinase

01-Feb-2016

An international public-private research consortium has identified and validated a cellular role of a primary Parkinson’s disease drug target, the LRRK2 kinase. This important finding illuminates a novel route for therapeutic development and intervention testing for Parkinson’s, the second most ...

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How crystals precipitate cell death

01-Feb-2016

Crystal formation plays a defining role in the pathogenesis of a range of common diseases, such as gout and atherosclerosis. Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (LMU) in Munich researchers led by Hans-Joachim Anders have now elucidated how the insoluble deposits induce cell death. The formation of ...

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Dresden scientists make an important contribution to decoding the language of cells

29-Jan-2016

PD Dr. Andreas Androutsellis-Theotokis, PhD, Dr. Jimmy Masjkur and Dr. Steven W. Poser are stem cell researchers at the Carl Gustav Carus University Hospital in Dresden. They have shown that pancreatic islet cells and neural stem cells interpret signals in their environment in a similar manner. ...

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Exact pol(e) position

Precisely where the polymerase is changed

25-Jan-2016

Scientists at the Helmholtz Zentrum München, working with colleagues from the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, have developed a method for the thorough analysis of protein modifications. They mapped the phosphorylation sites of the RNA polymerase II enzyme, which is responsible for ...

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