In an international collaboration with Brandeis University and the NIH of the United States, researchers from Tübingen publish a method to 3D print scientifically accurate biomolecular models. We believe physical models of this...[mehr]
Non-invasive methods to follow certain cells in the mouse can reduce animal experiments[mehr]
Researchers at the University of Tübingen develop methods to track cells in mice which could help to reduce animal experiments[mehr]
The Garcia group proposes a novel integrative model for how Bcl-2 proteins regulate apoptosis in their new article in Nature Communications. For further information on this study, see Press Release (English) Pressemitteilung...[mehr]
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