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Communicating in the Language of Life

How do the trillions of cells in our body coordinate their actions to support our life and health? This marvel of communication involves constant exchange of diverse signals within and between cells. Researchers in the Cluster of Excellence CIBSS - Centre for Integrative Biological Signalling Studies at the University of Freiburg are dedicated to understanding this biological language that orchestrates multicellular life in humans, animals and plants.

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CIBSS International Symposium
"Integration in Biological Signalling"

March 1-3, 2023; Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany

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Evolutionary Tuning of a Cellular “Powerhouse”

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Motile Sperm and Frequent Abortions in Spreading Earthmoss

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Thermal motions and oscillation modes determine the uptake of bacteria in cells

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Actin affects the spread of cancer in several ways

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Get a tour of the Hilde Mangold Haus in this video – The CIBSS research building named after the co-discoverer of the famous embryonic “organizer” signalling center.

CIBSS IN THE MEDIA


Aerzteblatt

Aktin-Zellskelett spielt wichtige Rolle bei der Tumormetastasierung

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healtheuropa

New research says actin plays a key role in the spread of cancer

healtheuropa.com

Baden TV Süd

Neue Erkenntnisse im Kampf gegen Blutkrebs

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Upcoming Events


CIBSS Work in Progress Seminars

CIBSS Work in Progresss Seminar

CIBSS Collaboration Project Kohl/Brox / Collaboration Project Köhn/Albers

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CIBSS Seminar Series

CIBSS Seminar

Prof. Dr. Massimo Lopes (Institute of Molecular Cancer Research, University of Zurich, CH)

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