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Project Dudziak

In vivo antigen charging of Dendritic Cells

 

Prof. Dr. Diana Dudziak, FAU Erlangen

 

Project Haas

Functional genomics of herpes viruses:
Identification of pathogen-specific events by systems biology-based approaches
 

Prof. Dr.med. Dr.rer.nat. Jürgen Haas, LMU Munich

 

Project Kerkhoff

Regulatory networks of intracellular membrane modulation
Signal networks of the Spir actin nucleation factors and of RasGEFs very-KIND
 

Prof. Dr. Eugen Kerkhoff, University of Regensburg

 

Project Klein

Functional genomics and therapy of early-disseminated tumour cells:
a novel approach to the prevention of metastasis
 

Prof. Dr. Christoph Klein, Universityclinic of Regensburg

 

Project Längst

Chromatin remodeling complexes :
Regulation of the Genome activity by Nucleosomal Switches and Epigenetic drug targets
 

Prof. Dr. Gernot Längst, University of Regensburg

 

Project Meister

Experimental characterization of microRNA-Interactionnetworks

Prof. Dr. Gunter Meister, University of Regensburg

 

Projekt Muntau

Genetic protein folding defects:
development of pharmacotherapeutic strategies

Prof. Dr. Ania C. Muntau, LMU Munich

 

Projekt Nimmerjahn

Antibody mediated effector function and control mechanisms for B-cell tolerance in the humanised mouse


Prof. Dr. Falk Nimmerjahn, FAU Erlangen

 

Projekt Oefner

Functional genomics of degenerative, metabolic, and malignant diseases

Prof. Dr. Peter J. Oefner, University of Regensburg

 

Project Spang

Modelling signal transduction networks and their impaired function in malignant tumours

Prof. Dr. Rainer Spang, University of Regensburg