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Proteomics

Surname, First name Research Focus
Hartl, Ulrich Prof. Hartl's group investigates the mechanisms of protein folding in the cell and the consequences of protein misfolding and aggregation in neurodegenerative diseases.
Hayer-Hartl, Manajit The discovery and functional analysis of the chaperonins was instrumental in shaping our present view of de novo protein folding as a chaperone-assisted process...
Herms, Jochen The Herms' lab focuses on cellular neurobiology, clinical neuroscience, functional imaging, and developmental neurobiology...
Imhof, Axel The group of Prof. Axel Imhof is interested in the protein composition of defined chromosomal loci and their dynamics during cellular differentiation and disease...
Lichtenthaler, Stefan We study how Alzheimer’s disease develops in the brain on the molecular and cellular level. The aim of our research is to better understand the disease causes and to develop new diagnostic, therapeutic and preventive approaches.
Niessing, Dierk Imagine a big city without a car driving and no mail being delivered. The resulting chaos is similar to what happens to a cell when its molecular transport systems are impaired...
Sattler, Michael We study the structure, molecular recognition and dynamics of biomolecules in solution using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, combined with complementary structural biology and biophysical techniques...
Schmidt, Mathias V. Stress-associated diseases, with depression leading the way, affect the quality of life of more than a billion people world-wide...
Turck, Christoph W. The comparison of the proteome of diseased and healthy tissues and body fluids and the subsequent identification of the proteins that are different from normal in disease are pursued in order to unravel the pathogenesis of disease, to identify therapeutic targets, and to develop diagnostic tests...