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2020-03-18
"RAB5A and TRAPPC6B are novel targets for Shiga toxin 2a inactivation in kidney epithelial cells" by Kouzel at al. has been published by Scientific Reports.
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2020-03-05
"Enhancer occlusion transcripts regulate the activity of human enhancer domains via transcriptional interference: a computational perspective" by Pande et al. has been published by Nucleic Acid Research
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2020-01-21
Congratulations Felix Manske on getting the GBM-Masterpreis!
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2019-12-18
"Emergence and evolution of ERM proteins and merlin in metazoans" by Shabardina et al. has been published by Genome Biology and Evolution
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2019-12-16
"Loss of ADAMTS19 causes progressive non-syndromic heart valve disease" by Wünnemann et al. has been published by Nature Genetics
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2019-11-04
Congratulations Matias for the "Best Poster" award at the X International Conference on Bioinformatics - Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of SoIBio and 10th Anniversary of the Master in Bioinformatics Uruguay.
2019-10-03
"Statins: Complex outcomes but increasingly helpful treatment options for patients" by Mohammadkhani, Korsching et al. has been published by European Journal of Pharmacology.
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2019-10-01
Congratulations to Marten - another successful Master of Science.
2019-09-16
"An integrated genome-wide multi-omics analysis of gene expression dynamics in the preimplantation mouse embryo" by Israel, Makalowski et al. has been published by Scientific Reports.
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Overview

The IoB consists of two independent research groups: Comparative Genomics (Dr. W. Makalowski) and Cancer & Complex Systems Research (Dr. E. Korsching).

Comparative Genomics group research spans wide range of topics related to broadly understood genomic evolution. We are interested in basic processes that shape our genomes such as gene families evolution (globins, mitochondrial outer membrane proteins), genome structure (Genomic ScrapYard, U12-type introns), and host-parasite interactions (Apicomplexa population genetics, fruit bat genomes). We are also engaged in building software and databases (TinT, TEclass, ACTransDB, just to name few).

Cancer & Complex Systems Research group focuses on the analysis of the complexity of the biological cell.

For further information, choose a specific project description from the left panel.

External collaborators

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