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How SARS-Coronaviruses reprogram the human cell to their own benefit

Other coronaviruses do not use this mechanism


Coronavirus researchers under Prof. Rolf Hilgenfeld of the University of Lübeck and Dr. Albrecht von Brunn of the Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich published a research breakthrough in the "EMBO Journal". They discovered how SARS viruses enhance the production of viral proteins in infected ...


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Coronavirus: BESSY II data accelerate drug development


A coronavirus is keeping the world in suspense. SARS-CoV-2 is highly infectious and can cause severe pneumonia with respiratory distress (COVID-19). Scientists are doing research in order to prevent the viruses from multiplying. A team from the University of Lübeck has now found a promising ...


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Diet reveals hidden genetic associations


An international consortium of researchers, coordinated by the Lübeck Institute of Experimental Dermatology (Lübeck, Germany), made major advances in our understanding how genetics and diet impact on complex traits, such as body weight and disease susceptibility. Using a large cohort of outbred ...


How Noroviruses control their desire for sweets


Researchers from the Institute of Chemistry and Metabolomics of the University of Lübeck discover a new mechanism allowing Noroviruses to switch off sugar binding. Key for these novel insights were NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) experiments. Development of vaccines as well as the search for ...


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How sleep strengthens the immune system

Scientists discover new mechanism that supports our immune system during sleep


Getting enough sleep is vital to supporting our immune system in fighting off pathogens – so much is common knowledge. But what we don't know is how exactly sleep affects certain immune functions. Scientists at the University of Tübingen and the University of Lübeck have now discovered a new ...


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How brain areas communicate shapes human communication

The hearing regions in your brain form new alliances as you try to listen at the cocktail party


The ability to listen to one person while ignoring distracting sounds or voices ever-present in daily-life situations depends on how well the communication between distinct brain regions is tuned for attentive listening. A team of a biomedical engineer, a linguist, and a psychologist at the ...


Gene that controls nerve conduction velocity linked to multiple sclerosis

Evidence found in both human multiple sclerosis patients and experimental mouse models


A new study published in The American Journal of Pathology identifies a novel gene that controls nerve conduction velocity. Investigators report that even minor reductions in conduction velocity may aggravate disease in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients and in mice bred for the MS-like condition ...


Genetic research identifies novel pathway leading to myocardial infarction


Starting with a severely affected family, a research research team led by Jeanette Erdmann, Christian Hengstenberg and Heribert Schunkert (Institut für Integrative und Experimentelle Genomik, University of Lübeck and Deutsches Herzzentrum München) identified a novel mechanism leading to ...


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