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Research Groups of the ITG

•  Stem cells - p53 - DNA damage ( Christine Blattner )

 

•  Synthesis of biological relevant complex structures and nanostructures ( Stefan Bräse )

 

•  ComPlat ( Stefan Bräse )

 

•  Molecular mechanisms of steroid hormone action ( Andrew Cato )

 

•  Systems biochemistry of signal transduction ( Gary Davidson )

 

•  Biohybrid Nanoarrays for Biotechnological and Biomedical Applications ( Guillaume Delaittre )

 

•  Zebrafish Endocrinology and Metabolism ( Thomas Dickmeis )

 

•  Molecular biology and genetics of the circadian clock in zebrafish ( Nicholas S. Foulkes )
   
- Circadian clock, injury and cell proliferation ( Daniela Vallone )

 

•  Functional genomics in the developing zebrafish ( Robert Geisler )

 

•  Signaling and transcription control mechanisms ( Olivier Kassel )

 

•  Zoologisches Institut - Abteilung für Zell- und Entwicklungsbiologie ( Ferdinand le Noble )

 

•  Functional and stimuli-responsive polymer surfaces ( Pavel Levkin )

 

•  Cell polarity and proliferation ( Felix Loosli )

 

•  Mechanisms of oncogenesis ( Marina Mione )

 

•  Molecular and cellular biophysics, biophotonics ( Gerd Ulrich Nienhaus )

 

•  Regulation of Cell signaling by Cell adhesion Molecules ( Véronique Orian-Rousseau )

 

•  Chemical Biology ( Ute Schepers )

 

•  Developmental neurobiology ( Steffen Scholpp )

 

•  Molecular and cellular mechanisms of tumor metastasis ( Jonathan P. Sleeman )

 

•  Molecular genetics and environmental toxicology of vertebrate nervous system development ( Uwe Strähle )

 

•  Molecular toxicology of genotoxins and nanomaterials ( Carsten Weiss )
   - Toxicology of ultrafine and nanoparticles ( Silvia Diabaté )

 

 

Associated groups

 

•  Visualisation of cell signalling in the live skeletal muscle ( Rüdiger Rudolf )

 

•  Vertebrate retina development and differentiation ( Jochen Wittbrodt )

 

 

Updated: November 11, 2016