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Ernst Bamberg receives Rumford Prize of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

February 2019. Recognition for contribution to the discovery and development of optogenetics

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Protective role of an lncRNA against atherosclerosis

January 2019. Deficiency of the long non-coding RNA MALAT1 promotes atherosclerosis and plaque inflammation

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BoTox toxin turned into a precision research tool

January 2019. Photoactivatable botulinum toxin for inducible control of neurotransmission

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Plant-specific ribosome biogenesis factors

January 2019. Discovery of plant-specific ribosome biogenesis factors with essential function in rRNA processing

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What fuels memory?

January 2019. Mitochondria are essential for local protein synthesis and synaptic plasticity in neurons

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Development of a synthetic TAP inhibitor that can be cleaved by light

December 2018. Light-controlled TAP inhibitor expands the repertoire of chemical intervention tools for the study of immunological processes

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High quality photoswitchable regulatory RNA tool developed

December 2018. New riboswitch aptamer with selective and isomer-specific binding to a novel photoswitchable ligand suitable for biological applications

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New insights into the dynamics of riboswitch activation

December 2018. Structure-guided fluorescence labelling reveals a two-step binding mechanism of neomycin to its RNA aptamer

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DFG approves CRC 1361 on DNA repair and genome stability

December 2018. Scientists from Johannes Gutenberg University, IMB, TU Darmstadt, LMU and Goethe University have joined forces to establish a new research hub in this biomedically highly relevant field

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Four CEF members are among the most highly cited researchers worldwide

November 2018. Ivan Dikic, Stefanie Dimmeler, Stefan Knapp and Ernst Stelzer belong to the top 1% scientists cited

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