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Scientists at the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry have now discovered why JAK2 mutant tumor cells can survive cancer therapy.
The German Society for Cell Biology (DGZ) and ZEISS honor Petra Schwille, Director at the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, with the Carl Zeiss Lecture.
The Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry has launched the Axel Ullrich Lecture in honor of its member, world-renowned researcher and entrepreneur Axel Ullrich. He discovered numerous oncogenes and meticulously described how they transform cells.
Exhibition from February 6, until April 10, 2020
Unlike the Genome (the entirety of genes), the proteome of an organism is not the same in all cells
The correct protein folding is crucial for their function inside the cell
Optogenetics is a relatively new field that deals with the control of genetically modified cells by light. ...
"A biophysicist is someone who comes from physics. Although there are courses of study now called this...
The MaxLab is the student and visitor laboratory of the Martinsried Max Planck Institutes. In various courses, pupils can experience the fascination of scientific research and the...