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How Switches Work in Bacteria

14/10/2017 Many bacteria have molecular control elements, via which they can switch on and off genes. These riboswitches also open up new options in the development of antibiotics or for the detection and decomposition of environmental toxins. Prof. Dr. Andres Jäschke of the IPMB together with researchers of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and the Freie Universität Berlin have now used light optical microscopy of single molecules to fundamentally study the way riboswitches work. [...]

MSc Molecular Biosciences - Contact

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Academic major speaker

Cancer Biology
Prof. Ilse Hofmann

Developmental and Stem Cell Biology
Prof. Ingrid Lohman

Molecular and Cellular Biology
Prof. Christine Clayton

Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology of Plants
Prof. Alexis Maizel

Infectious Diseases
Prof. Ralf Bartenschlager

Neurosciences
Prof. Stephan Frings

Evolution and Ecology
Prof. Marcus Koch / Prof. Thomas Braunbeck

Systems Biology
Prof. Ursula Kummer