Press and Public Relations

Florian Frisch

Press Officer
Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Dresden
Phone:+49 351 210-2840Fax:+49 351 210-1019

Institute

Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics

Research publications

You can find more research publications messages on the website of the Institute:
http://www.mpi-cbg.de

Research publications 2014
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Fat feedback

October 24, 2014

Lipids, not calories, trigger a strong Insulin response [more]

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Potential basis for the treatment and prevention of Parkinson’s disease

July 31, 2014

Max Planck researchers show that two products of the gene DJ-1 can increase the survival of neurons [more]

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Unbreak my heart

July 22, 2014

Max Planck scientists image a beating heart in 3D [more]

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Timing is not only ticking

July 14, 2014

Max Planck researchers discover that a Doppler effect influences segmentation [more]

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The mummy cheese

March 11, 2014

Max Planck researchers in Dresden reconstruct a cheese recipe from the Early Bronze Age [more]

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Brain development - the pivotal role of the stem cell environment

February 04, 2014

Max Planck researchers explain why iodine deficiency during pregnancy may have disastrous consequences [more]

Research publications 2013
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Green algae move to the beat

October 25, 2013

Max Planck researchers in Dresden explain the flagellar synchronisation of swimming algae [more]

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Immune to ageing

September 13, 2013

Max Planck researchers discover a microbe that is rejuvenated every time it reproduces [more]

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Panoramic projections of life          

July 25, 2013

Max Planck researchers process microscopy images in real time [more]

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Heading for regeneration

July 24, 2013

Max Planck researchers manage to reactivate head regeneration in a regeneration-deficient species of planarians [more]

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Source of life

January 22, 2013

Eugene W. Myers never attended a biology course. Despite this fact, he has made a career for himself in this field, and in developing a computer program, made a major contribution to decoding the human genome. He recently was appointed as Director at the the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, and the Klaus-Tschira Chair of the Systems Biology Center in Dresden. [more]

Research publications 2010
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Shedding new light on embryonic development

December 15, 2010

Similarities in the embryonic development of various animal species are also found at molecular level [more]

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Self-organisation in biology

October 18, 2010

Understanding biological self-organization may change the way we think about development, cell differentiation and disease pathogenesis. [more]

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A fingerprint for genes

March 05, 2010

Max Planck scientists develop new strategy to play major role in research on human diseases [more]

Research publications 2009
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Bionanomachines: Proteins as resistance fighters

August 14, 2009

Scientists of Dresden BIOTEC and MPI-CBG measure drag/friction of single molecules [more]

Research publications 2006
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Always keeping a safe distance

October 23, 2006

Max-Planck researchers in Dresden have discovered why biological loads do not get caught up when being transported through cells [more]

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Eleven Million Euros for Endotrack

July 14, 2006

Europe-wide research project to be coordinated by the Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics / Disclosing the secrets of cellular signalling and endocytosis [more]

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One-dimensional Diffusion Accelerates Molecular Motors

May 12, 2006

Max Planck researchers discover how special motor proteins identify microtubule ends [more]

Research publications 2003
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Counting the molecules that pull cells apart

July 24, 2003

Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden and the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg map forces that help cells divide [more]

 
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