CIBSS News

Latest news about signalling science and CIBSS scientists

Using data to better understand relationships between proteins and diseases
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Using data to better understand relationships between proteins and diseases

Pascal Schlosser is investigating how machine learning can help to understand complex relationships between genes, proteins and diseases in a new Emmy Noether group

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A molecule produced naturally in the body could make leukemia therapy safer

In animal studies it reduces severe side effects of stem cell transplants / confirmed in human samples

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"Science is a team sport"
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"Science is a team sport"

Interview with MPI-group leader and CIBSS member Nina Cabezas-Wallscheid

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Strengthening the impact of Freiburg’s research
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Strengthening the impact of Freiburg’s research

The University of Freiburg has been successful in the current round of the Excellence Strategy of the German federal and state governments.

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Paediatric immune diseases: More precise diagnosis with biomarkers

New classification of childhood immune diseases provides basis for improved diagnosis and targeted therapy

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Jürgen Kleine-Vehn is new CIBSS spokesperson
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Jürgen Kleine-Vehn is new CIBSS spokesperson

The plant scientist completes the CIBSS speaker team

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‘It’s time to use the potential of new genomic techniques.’
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‘It’s time to use the potential of new genomic techniques.’

Plant biologist Thomas Ott is interviewed on the upcoming vote in the EU Parliament on regulation of new genomic techniques in plant breeding.

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Maturation instead of cell death: Defective signalling pathways disrupt immune cell development

Researchers at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Freiburg discover key factor in the development of immune cells / New approaches for the treatment of ALPS

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CIBSS junior professor Sjon Hartman receives state funding
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CIBSS junior professor Sjon Hartman receives state funding

State of Baden-Württemberg supports research into using bacteria to increase crop survival

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Prostate cancer: Newly-developed inhibitor shows massive potential
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Prostate cancer: Newly-developed inhibitor shows massive potential

New epigenetic inhibitor is also effective in treatment-resistant prostate cancer cells

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