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Energy for Cell Division

Energy for Cell Division

Freiburg biochemists discover a signaling path that links energy conversion and cell division

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Nano Ruffles in Brain Matter

Nano Ruffles in Brain Matter

Freiburg researchers decipher the role of nanostructures around brain cells in central nervous system function

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Team Maps Epigenome of Cardiac Muscle Cell

Team Maps Epigenome of Cardiac Muscle Cell

Freiburg pharmacologists identify switches that play an important role for the cardiac gene program

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Understanding the Components of Memory

Understanding the Components of Memory

Freiburg neurobiologists elucidate the spatial and temporal dynamics of specific glutamate receptors in the brain

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Fertilizer and Fuel

Fertilizer and Fuel

Freiburg researchers elucidate how a nitrogen-fixing enzyme also produces hydrocarbons

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Mosses survive climate catastrophes

Mosses survive climate catastrophes

German scientists discover why these plants endured ice ages

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Travelling by resonance

Travelling by resonance

Scientists provide explanation how nerve cells communicate with each other over long distances

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Zipper Triggers Bacterial Invasion

Zipper Triggers Bacterial Invasion

Freiburg researchers discover new strategy germs use to invade cells

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A Sweet Pathway into the Cell

A Sweet Pathway into the Cell

Freiburg researchers engineer bacterial proteins that can transport substances across the cell membrane

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Sugar Protects Cells from Bacterial Invasion

Sugar Protects Cells from Bacterial Invasion

Freiburg researchers find agent against hospital germ Pseudomonas aeruginosa

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The Great Chinese Wall of Ants

The Great Chinese Wall of Ants

Freiburg ecologists discover a new species of wasp that protects its offspring with dead ants

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Rhesus Proteins Transport Ions, not Gas

Rhesus Proteins Transport Ions, not Gas

Using artificial lipid vesicles, biochemists show how membrane proteins transport ammonium.

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Nanoscale Ruler reveals Organization of the Cell Membrane

Nanoscale Ruler reveals Organization of the Cell Membrane

Freiburg biologists measure distances and the arrangement of membrane molecules in nanometer range

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Finding thoughts in speech

Finding thoughts in speech

Research team reports on how the human brain processes thoughts during natural communication

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Clever Suppression in the Brain

Clever Suppression in the Brain

Diversity of inhibiting nerve cells allows for more complex information processing

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Epigenetic Enzyme Regulates Fat Formation

Epigenetic Enzyme Regulates Fat Formation

Freiburg researchers demonstrate that LSD1 plays a key role in metabolic processes

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Bees Can Be More Important Than Fertilizer

Bees Can Be More Important Than Fertilizer

Experiment confirms that insects play a key role in the pollination of cultivated plants

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Toward a Better Drug against Malaria

Toward a Better Drug against Malaria

Freiburg structural biologists explain on the molecular level, how the drug atovaquone acts on the pathogen of the disease

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Cornichon Proteins Are Key to Improved Brain Signaling

Cornichon Proteins Are Key to Improved Brain Signaling

Neurobiologists show how cornichon proteins dictate the course of excitatory transmission between nerve cells

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