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Tiny Molecules Preserve Stem Cells
Freiburg Research Team Shows What Makes Constant Plant Growth Possible
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2013
Exposed Region Is Indispensable
Research team explains important step in the activation of T-cells in the immune system
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2013
Research on Mitochondria and B Cells
Cluster of Excellence BIOSS awards Barbara Hobom Prize to two Freiburg doctoral candidates
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Suicidal Bacteria
Freiburg Biologists Study Unicellular Organisms that Occasionally Poison Themselves with a Toxin
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Dynamic New Connections
Researchers of the University of Freiburg decode a signal activating the first cell movements in the embryo
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Model for Signaling in Plants
Freiburg Biologist Receives More than a Million US Dollars in Research Funding
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When Cells Are Consumed by Wanderlust
Whether in fish embryos or human tumors, the same gene controls how cells migrate in cell tissue
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Moss beats Human
Simple moss plants outperform us by gene number
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Cause of Cystic Kidneys Explained
Freiburg graduate student identifies novel gene responsible for cystic kidney disease in children
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Halftime for Mosses as Measuring Devices
An international research team takes stock on their way to monitoring air quality in Europe
Located in Newsroom / Press Releases 2013