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Animal poisons as a bioresource for new drugs
More than 200,000 animal species produce poison to defend themselves against predators or to kill their prey. These poisons are usually complex mixtures of different toxins that have been functionally optimized over the course of evolution. For this reason, animal poisons are also a valuable ...
Immune-responsive human tissue models for the development of immunomodulatory drugs
Innate immunity is a central component of the human immune defense. Pattern recognition receptors (PRRs), such as the toll-like receptors (TLRs), play a key role in this system. They are omnipresent in nature and found in plants, insects, vertebrates and human beings.
A new chapter in the book of life for a sustainable bioeconomy
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 ...
Hot on the heels of a key species
Healthy honeybee colonies are crucial to maintaining the natural diversity of flowering plants and the global production of plant-derived foodstuffs. As much as 35 % of this production depends on insect-based pollination, in which the honeybee (Apis mellifera) plays a leading role. For ...
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