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Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried

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Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried

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Ulrike Jendis

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Institute

Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry

Research publications

You can find more research publications messages on the website of the Institute:
http://www.biochem.mpg.de

Research publications 2014
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Tension triggers muscle building

March 14, 2014

Max Planck scientists discover important mechanism for muscle building [more]

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Emergency alert in the cell

February 27, 2014

Max Planck Scientists identify new mechanisms in the cellular stress response [more]

Research publications 2013
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Feeding RNAs to a molecular shredder

August 16, 2013

Max Planck scientists unravel the structure of a regulatory protein complex in RNA disposal [more]

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Transistor in the fly antenna

March 18, 2013

Insect odorant receptors regulate their own sensitivity [more]

Research publications 2012
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New insights into a virus proteome

November 23, 2012

Max Planck scientists identify unknown proteins of the herpesvirus [more]

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Cell membrane is patterned like a patchwork quilt

May 04, 2012

Max Planck researchers clarify the structure of the cell membrane [more]

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The dance of the chaperones

March 08, 2012

Max Planck scientists identify key player of protein folding [more]

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How cells dispose of their waste

January 23, 2012

Max Planck researchers reveal the structure of the cellular protein degradation machinery [more]

Research publications 2011
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How the fly flies

November 17, 2011

Max Planck scientists discover gene switch responsible for flight muscle formation [more]

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Shoe strings and egg openers

November 08, 2011

Max Planck scientists discover photosynthesis helper protein in red algae [more]

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Bacterial roundabouts determine cell shape

June 03, 2011

Max Planck scientists decipher important mechanisms of bacterial cell wall synthesis. [more]

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Proteomics – towards developing a library of cancer proteins

February 08, 2011

Scientists analyse the proteins within cells to identify tumour cells at an early stage. [more]

Research publications 2010
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Visual proteomics

October 18, 2010

Cryo-electron tomography (cryo-ET) gives scientists the power to achieve nanometer scale, 3D imaging of unperturbed cellular environments. [more]

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Protein folding

October 18, 2010

Understanding protein folding will aid the development of therapies that remove or prevent the formation of misfolded protein clumps. [more]

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Chaperones fold Rubisco

August 01, 2010

Rubisco binds carbon dioxide during photosynthesis. Now researchers have revealed how the protein is formed [more]

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Genetic Code 2.0

June 29, 2010

Novel artificial proteins for industry and science [more]

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Go for Zucker

May 27, 2010

Scientists develop new method to identify glycosylated proteins [more]

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Fruit Flies - A Model for Bodybuilders

March 10, 2010

Even in humans, 100 genes can play a role in the function of muscles [more]

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Chaperones for climate protection

January 14, 2010

The protein Rubisco locks up carbon dioxide / Biochemists synthesis Rubisco in the test tube for the first time [more]

Research publications 2009
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Cross-country runabouts - immune cells on the move

November 16, 2009

In order to effectively fight pathogens, even at remote areas of the human body, immune cells have to move quickly and in a flexible manner [more]

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From cell division to ageing

August 17, 2009

Max Planck scientists locate main cell switches [more]

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Restless cells

February 23, 2009

Cause of serious genetic disease discovered [more]

How cells handle broken chromosomes

February 13, 2009

Max Planck Scientists discovered a novel cellular response towards persistent DNA damage [more]

Research publications 2007
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The Watchdogs of chromosome-segregation

October 29, 2007

Structure of a central regulatory core complex solved - only tight together the trio is strong [more]

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Asymmetry due to Perfect Balance

April 25, 2007

Mathematical model allows elucidation of universal principles in cell polarity [more]

Research publications 2006

One Signal Elicits Thousands of Answers

November 10, 2006

Max Planck scientists establish valuable database for analysing phosphorylated proteins [more]

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Two Nerve Cells in Direct Contact

November 07, 2006

Proof now established of the direct computation of optical flow fields between two hemispheres in the visual centre of flies [more]

A Catalogue of Proteins

May 29, 2006

International proteome researchers map the entire active protein inventory in cells [more]

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A Tumour Suppressor in Mice and Men

May 29, 2006

Researchers in Munich discover a cellular mechanism that can protect against tumours [more]

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Salmonella caught red-handed

March 15, 2006

Salmonella research provides clues to antibiotic development [more]

Basic Research Leads to a Novel Cancer Therapy

February 13, 2006

SUTENT®, a new cancer drug from Pfizer, is developed out of research at the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry [more]

Research publications 2005
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Bacteria Which Sense the Earth's Magnetic Field

November 20, 2005

Max Planck researchers uncover how a nanoscale "compass" inside bacteria orients them to the Earth's magnetic field [more]

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Life In Deadly Conditions

October 17, 2005

Max Planck researchers sequence the genome of a microbiological master of adaptation which lives where none other can anymore [more]

Research publications 2004
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Crystals in Nanofocus

August 31, 2004

Max Planck Scientists strike new paths in nanoanalysis and data storage with infrared light [more]

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EC boosts European Electron Microscopy Research

July 06, 2004

The 3D-EM Network of Excellence will work towards the 3D imaging of cells at atomic resolution [more]

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New Technologies for Proteomics Research

March 11, 2004

EU-funding for international proteomics research project / Max Planck Institute for Biochemisty, Martinsried/Germany, coordinates the project [more]

 
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