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2017-09-05
Juan Manuel Galvez, welcome to our institute!
2017-09-05
Dr. Julian-Hendrik Matschke, welcome to our institute!
2017-07-11
Congratulations Philipp Fervers for for the successful defense of his doctoral thesis.
2017-07-24
Yukie Kashima, welcome to our institute!
2017-07-11
"Inferring clonal structure in HTLV-1-infected individuals: towards bridging the gap between analysis and visualization” by Farmanbar et al. has bee published by Human Genomics.
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2017-07-03
Welcome Reza Halabian, our new PhD student..
2017-06-27
"Sequencing and phasing cancer mutations in lung cancers using a long-read portable sequencer” by Suzuki et al. has bee published by DNA Research.
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2017-07-14
"Serotyping dengue virus with isothermal amplification and a portable sequencer.” by Yamagishi at al. has been published by Scientific Reports.
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2017-04-21
"Contribution of Transposable Elements to Human Proteins" by Makalowski, Kischka and Makalowska has been published by eLS.
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2017-04-25
"Multicolor immuno- fluorescence reveals that p63- and or K5-positive progenitor cells contribute to normal breast epithelium and usual ductal hyperplasia but not to low-grade intraepithelial neoplasia of the breast." by Boecker / Korsching et al. has been published by Virchows Archiv.
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2017-03-07
Congratulations to Marcin Jakalski for the successful defense of his PhD thesis.

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