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Julia M. Wagner

Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Institut für Pharmazeutische Wissenschaften

Julia M. Wagner studied pharmacy in Freiburg (licensure 2008). Since 2008 she is a PhD student and research assistant in the group of Professor Dr. M. Jung. Her research focuses ­on the cellular effects of histone deacetylase inhibitors.

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From a pluripotent stem cell a muscle cell or a liver cell can form, which despite their difference in appearance, are genetically identical. From one and the same genotype, therefore, (…)

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    A remote control for gene transfer

    The ability to insert desirable genes into animal or human cells is the basis of modern life science research and of widespread biomedical applications. The methods used to date for this purpose are mostly non-specific, making it difficult for scientists to control which cell will or will n ... more

    A gene provides both protection and destruction

    The family of ENDOU enzymes is found in most organisms, yet its functions are only poorly understood. In humans, it has been connected with cancer. RNA viruses, such as SARS-CoV2, contain a gene corresponding to ENDOU, and this is important for virus replication and the suppression of the i ... more

    Hierarchical dynamics

    A tree moving in the wind: How long does it take for the movement of a branch to reach the tree trunk? And via which pathway is this movement transmitted? Researchers at Albert Ludwig University are applying these questions to proteins, the molecular machinery of the cell. A team led by Pro ... more

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    Modular biofactories at the cellular level

    Despite his love for complex molecular architectures, this „dyed-in-the-wool“ bio-organic chemist has never embraced the conventional segregation of synthetic polymers and bio­logical macromolecules. All molecules are composed of atoms, after all. Why make an artificial distinction? Why not ... more

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    From a pluripotent stem cell a muscle cell or a liver cell can form, which despite their difference in appearance, are genetically identical. From one and the same genotype, therefore, the most diverse phenotypes can be formed – epigenetics is making it possible! It is a very exciting area ... more

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    Dr. Stefan Schiller

    Stefan M. Schiller studied chemistry at Gießen (Mainz, Germany) and the University of Massachusetts, majoring in macromolecular chemistry and biochemistry. For his doctorate in biomimetic membrane systems he worked till 2003 at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in Mainz. Researc ... more

    Prof. Dr. Manfred Jung

    Manfred Jung is a graduate of the University of Marburg, where he studied pharmacy (licensure  1990) and obtained his doctorate in pharmaceutical chemistry with Prof. Dr. W. Hanefeld. After a post-doctorate at the University of Ottawa, Canada, he began with independent research in 1994 ­at ... more

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