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  • 3D Genome organisation Go to
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  • ABC proteins Go to
  • Aberrant pre-mRNA splicing in cancer – frequency and immunogenicity Go to
  • Adipocyte differentiation Go to
  • Advanced fluorescence microscopy of intact cells and of receptor signaling Go to
  • Advanced glycated end-products and RAGE Go to
  • Ageing Go to
  • Ageing Go to
  • Ageing Go to
  • Ageing, longevity, health span Go to
  • Aging Go to
  • Aging Go to
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  • Agonists stimulation of lipid hydrolysis to release both diacylglycerol and inositol trisphosphate (IP3).
  • Agricultural biotechnology Go to
  • AIDS virus Go to
  • All aspects of food and beverage fermentation technology from the point of view of biotechnology Go to
  • Allergy - skin and respiratory allergy to chemicals and proteins Go to
  • Allosteric proteins Go to
  • Alternative splicing Go to
  • Alternatives to animal research - including the development of in vitro, in silico and computational models Go to
  • Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases Go to
  • Alzheimer's disease Go to
  • Amino acid metabolism Go to
  • Amyloid Go to
  • Analysis of structure and functions of genes Go to
  • Angiogenesis Go to
  • Angiogenesis in physiology and pathology Go to
  • Angiotensin converting enzymes Go to
  • Animal models of ALS Go to
  • Animal models of Parkinson's disease Go to
  • ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE Go to
  • Antibiotic resistance Go to
  • Antibody Catalysis Go to
  • Antibody structure and function Go to
  • Anti-diabetic agents Go to
  • Antigenic variation Go to
  • Antigen identification and characterization Go to
  • Antigen presentation Go to
  • Antimicrobial peptides Go to
  • Antiviral activity of nucleoside analogues Go to
  • Apoptosis Go to
  • Apoptosis Go to
  • Applications in structural and functional genomics Go to
  • APPLIED BIOCHEMISTRY Go to
  • Arabidopsis thaliana Go to
  • Arf1 GTPase Go to
  • Artificial photosynthesis research Go to
  • Aspects of the regulation of processes that occur during cell division Go to
  • Assembly of multi-subunit membrane complexes Go to
  • Asymmetric cell division Go to
  • ATP-dependent proteases in mitochondria Go to
  • Autophagy Go to
  • Autophagy Go to
  • Axon guidance cues in vascular remodeling Go to
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  • Bacteria and yeast ribosome structures Go to
  • Bacterial pathogenesis Go to
  • BACTERIAL PATHOGENESIS Go to
  • Bacterial pathogenesis Go to
  • Bacterial restriction and modification systems Go to
  • Bacterial secretion Go to
  • Bacterial toxins Go to
  • Bacteriorhodopsin Go to
  • Base excision repair Go to
  • Biocatalysis Go to
  • Biochemical analysis of protein synthesis Go to
  • Biochemical pathways and regulatory networks Go to
  • Biochemical Processing Go to
  • Biochemistry and Genetics of Yeast Strains with particular interest in biomass production, ethanol production, extra cellular enzymes synthesis, metal accumulation and flocculation Go to
  • Biochemistry and molecular biology Go to
  • BIOCHEMISTRY AND NEUROCHEMISTRY Go to
  • Biochemistry, biophysics and physiology of thermal acclimation and temperature stress responses Go to
  • Biochemistry, cell and molecular biology Go to
  • BIOCHEMISTRY Go to
  • Biochemistry Go to
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  • BIOCHEMISTRY, MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, BIOPHYSICS Go to
  • BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Go to
  • BIOCHEMISTRY MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Go to
  • Biochemistry of nucleic acid-protein complexes Go to
  • Biochemistry of nucleic acids Go to
  • BIOENERGETICS; CARDIAC DISEASES Go to
  • Bioenergetics, especially related to mitochondrial Ca2+ homeostasis and formation of reactive oxygen species Go to
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  • Bioenergy and biofuels Go to
  • Bioethics Go to
  • Biofuel and bioconversion of plant biomass Go to
  • Biogenesis and function of RNA Go to
  • Biogenesis of Mitochondria: Protein Transport and Assembly Go to
  • Biogenesis of the chloroplast Go to
  • Bioiformatics Go to
  • Bioinformatics & computational biology Go to
  • Bioinformatics Go to
  • BIOINFORMATICS Go to
  • Bioinformatics Go to
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  • Bioinformatics Go to
  • Bioinformatics Go to
  • Bioinformatics Go to
  • BIOINORGANIC CHEMISTRY Go to
  • Bioinorganic chemistry Go to
  • Bioinorganic chemistry Go to
  • Bioinspired chemistry Go to
  • BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY Go to
  • Biological control of plant diseases Go to
  • Biological energy Go to
  • Biological implications of quasispecies dynamics Go to
  • BIOLOGICAL & MEDICAL SCIENCES Go to
  • Biological membranes and transport Go to
  • Biological membranes Go to
  • Biological role of lipid unsaturation Go to
  • Biological sensors (biosensors) Go to
  • Biology Go to
  • Biology Go to
  • Biology of transposable elements Go to
  • Biomedical ageing research Go to
  • Biomedical research Go to
  • Biomolecular NMR spectroscopy Go to
  • Biophysical approaches for studying molecular interactions Go to
  • BIOPHYSICAL CHEMISTRY Go to
  • Biophysical chemistry Go to
  • Biophysical studies Go to
  • Biophysical techniques Go to
  • Biophysical techniques Go to
  • Biophysics Go to
  • Biophysics Go to
  • Biophysics Go to
  • Biophysics Go to
  • Bioprocess simulation and optimisation Go to
  • Biosynthesis of proteins Go to
  • Biosynthetic pathways Go to
  • BIOTECHNOLLOGY, MICROBIOLOGY Go to
  • BIOTECHNOLOGY Go to
  • Boundary cap cells Go to
  • BRAF/NRAS oncogenes Go to
  • Brain Go to
  • Breast and ovarian adenocarcinomas Go to
  • Breast Cancer Go to
  • Breast cancer metastasis: mechanism and drug target identification Go to
  • Brown and biege adipocytes Go to
  • Business development Go to
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  • Caenorhabditis elegans Go to
  • Calcium-mediated signaling in legume nodulation Go to
  • Calcium signalling Go to
  • Calcium signalling in health and disease Go to
  • Cancer biology Go to
  • Cancer Biology Go to
  • Cancer biology Go to
  • CANCER BIOLOGY Go to
  • Cancer biology Go to
  • Cancer cell biology Go to
  • CANCER EPIGENETICS Go to
  • CANCER GENETICS Go to
  • Cancer genetics Go to
  • Cancer Go to
  • Cancer Go to
  • Cancer Go to
  • Cancer Go to
  • Cancer Go to
  • Cancer Go to
  • Cancer Go to
  • Cancer Go to
  • Cancer Go to
  • CANCER IMMUNOLOGY Go to
  • Cancer immunotherapy Go to
  • Cancer mechanisms Go to
  • Cancer molecular biology Go to
  • Cancerous development of cells Go to
  • Cancer Research Go to
  • Cancer research Go to
  • Cancer research Go to
  • Cancer research Go to
  • Cancer Stem Cells Go to
  • Cancer therapy modalities Go to
  • Carcinogenic bacterium Helicobacter pylori and related pathogens of the gastrointestinal tract Go to
  • Carotenoid biosynthesis and function Go to
  • Catalysis and biocatalysis Go to
  • cCllular senescence Go to
  • Cell adhesion Go to
  • Cell and tissue architecture Go to
  • CELL BIOCHEMISTRY Go to
  • Cell Biology Go to
  • Cell Biology Go to
  • Cell Biology Go to
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  • Cell biology Go to
  • Cell biology Go to
  • Cell biology Go to
  • Cell cycle control Go to
  • Cell cycle control Go to
  • Cell-cycle Go to
  • Cell cycle Go to
  • CELL CYCLE Go to
  • Cell cycle regulation Go to
  • CELL DEATH/CANCER Go to
  • Cell death Go to
  • Cell death Go to
  • Cell differentiation and cancer Go to
  • Cell division Go to
  • Cell fate decisions Go to
  • CELL FUNCTION Go to
  • Cell growth and death Go to
  • Cell growth Go to
  • Cell membrane proteins Go to
  • Cell membranes Go to
  • Cell Migration Go to
  • Cell of origin Go to
  • Cell penetrating peptides Go to
  • Cell physiology Go to
  • Cell Polarity Go to
  • Cell polarity Go to
  • Cell respiration Go to
  • Cell signaling and DNA repair Go to
  • Cell signaling Go to
  • Cell signalling Go to
  • Cell signalling Go to
  • Cell signalling Go to
  • Cell structure Go to
  • CELLUAR SIGNALLING Go to
  • Cellular aggregation Go to
  • Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience Go to
  • CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY Go to
  • CELLULAR BIOLOGY Go to
  • Cellular differentiation: genes for development genes (muscular and neuronal systems) Go to
  • Cellular immunology - including cytokine biology Go to
  • Cellular mechanisms Go to
  • Cellular resistance to carcinogens Go to
  • Cellular senescence Go to
  • Cellular signal transduction Go to
  • Cellular structural biology Go to
  • Centrosome Go to
  • Chaperone usher pathway Go to
  • Characterization of intracellular signal transduction pathways responsible for cell cycle regulation, DNA damage control and tumorigenesis Go to
  • Chemical biology Go to
  • Chemical Immunology Go to
  • Chemical methods in molecular biology Go to
  • Chemistry of Biological Processes Go to
  • Chemosensitivity Go to
  • CHLOROPLAST BIOLOGY Go to
  • Chloroplast gene expression Go to
  • Cholesterol metabolism Go to
  • Chromatin biology Go to
  • CHROMATIN DYNAMICS Go to
  • Chromatin dynamics Go to
  • Chromatin dynamics in development Go to
  • Chromatin folding and chromatin compaction Go to
  • Chromatin Go to
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  • Chromatin Go to
  • Chromatin Go to
  • Chromatin Go to
  • Chromatin Go to
  • Chromatin modifying complexes Go to
  • Chromatin organization/modification Go to
  • Chromatin profiling with transposon-reporters Go to
  • Chromatin regulation Go to
  • Chromatin structure and epigenetic modifications Go to
  • Chromatin structure and function Go to
  • CHROMATIN STRUCTURE & FUNCTION Go to
  • Chromatin structure-function Go to
  • Chromatin structure Go to
  • Chromosome biology Go to
  • Chromosomes Go to
  • Chromosome structure Go to
  • Chronobiology Go to
  • Circuits between tumor and stroma in cancer progression Go to
  • Clinical and Veterinary Neuroscience Go to
  • CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY Go to
  • Clinical trials Go to
  • Cluster formation Go to
  • CNS patterning Go to
  • Coatomer and COPI-coated vesicles Go to
  • Co-discovery of the activity and substrate of the anthrax lethal factor Go to
  • Communication networks in biology Go to
  • Comparative Gene Expressionics Go to
  • Comparative Genomics Go to
  • Comparative (Meta)Genomics Go to
  • Computational and Systems biology Go to
  • Computational Biology Go to
  • Computational biology Go to
  • Computational biology Go to
  • Computational biology Go to
  • COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY Go to
  • Computational modelling of the TGF-β/Smad pathway Go to
  • Computational RNA biology Go to
  • Computer vision and hyperspectral imaging technology Go to
  • Conformational diseases, prions Go to
  • Consequences of de-regulation of RNA polymerase III transcription Go to
  • Construction of a vaccine candidate against tuberculosis Go to
  • Construction of DNA-based diagnostic test of tuberculosis Go to
  • Consumer sciences Go to
  • Control of cell division Go to
  • Control of endoreduplication cycles, targeted proteolysis by the anaphase promoting complex APC-CCS52 ubiquitin ligase enzyme complexes Go to
  • Control of Gene Expression and Epigenetics Go to
  • Control of stress in cancer cells Go to
  • Cooling, drying and refrigeration processes and systems Go to
  • Coordination chemistry Go to
  • Critical transitions (crisis) and their prediction Go to
  • Crosstalk adaptive and innate immune cells in cancer Go to
  • Cryobiology of mammalian gametes and embryos Go to
  • Cryo-electron microscopy Go to
  • Crystallisation of membrane proteins Go to
  • Crystallography and cryo-EM of macromolecule complexes Go to
  • Crystallography Go to
  • Crystallogrophy Go to
  • Cullin-RING-H2 E3 ubiquitin ligases (CRL) Go to
  • Cyanobacteria Go to
  • Cys-loop receptors Go to
  • Cysteine cathepsins Go to
  • Cytoskeleton Go to
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  • Deciphering the role of multi-protein complexes in the function of transcriptional enhancers Go to
  • Defense mechanisms against biotic and abiotic stresses Go to
  • Demonstrating CholinomiRs-mediated AChE suppression of stress-inducible cognitive decline Go to
  • Dendritic cells Go to
  • Deoxynucleotide metabolism Go to
  • Designed bionanostructures Go to
  • Determination of the effects of these mutations on the development of the whole organism and in diseases Go to
  • Determination of the whole genome sequence of a mycobacterial replicon Go to
  • Determination of three dimensional structures of human proteases associated with tumours Go to
  • Developing in vivo preclinical platforms Go to
  • Developing Quantum Dot labeling tools for recombinant human cholinesterases: Go to
  • Developing systems to integrate targeted and immunotherapy Go to
  • DEVELOPMENTAL AND CELL BIOLOGY Go to
  • Developmental Biology Go to
  • Developmental biology Go to
  • Developmental Biology Go to
  • Developmental enhancers Go to
  • Developmental neurobiology Go to
  • Development Go to
  • Development Go to
  • Development of computational and experimental methods to study protein homeostasis Go to
  • Development of deterministic and stochastic logical tools for the integration and modelling of biological systems Go to
  • Development of methods for protein structure determination using NMR chemical shifts and residual dipolar couplings Go to
  • Development of methods for the rational design of antibodies Go to
  • Development of methods of using molecular dynamics simulations restrained with experimental data for the determination of the structures of non-native states of proteins Go to
  • Development of miRNA replacement therapy methods Go to
  • Development of nuclear magnetic resonance techniques Go to
  • Development of organs such as the heart and liver Go to
  • Development of theoretical basis of modern biotechnology Go to
  • Development of tools to faster generate complex mouse models Go to
  • Development/Study of strategies which inhibit proteolytic activity of tumour proteases Go to
  • Diabetes Go to
  • Diabetes Go to
  • Diabetes mellitus Go to
  • Diabetes treatment by regenerative medicine Go to
  • Differentiation Go to
  • Directed mutagenesis and phage displa Go to
  • Discovery of activity and targets of the clostridial neurotoxins Go to
  • Discovery of microRNA regulation of cholinergic signaling Go to
  • Discovery of small molecules to prevent or treat Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease Go to
  • Discovery of the mechanism of action of the vacuolating VacA cytotoxin and of the neutrophil-activating protein (HP-NAP) of H. pylori Go to
  • Diseases caused by defects of mitochondrial carrier genes, and role of the carriers in diabetes, cancer, etc. Go to
  • DISORDERED PROTEINS Go to
  • Diversity of viruses of Archaea Go to
  • DNA damage and repair Go to
  • DNA damage Go to
  • DNA Damage Repair Go to
  • DNA damage response Go to
  • DNA damage response Go to
  • DNA damage response Go to
  • DNA methylation and CpG islands Go to
  • DNA methylation Go to
  • DNA methylation Go to
  • DNA methylation Go to
  • DNA Microarrays Go to
  • DNA-protein interaction and chromatin Go to
  • DNA recombination Go to
  • DNA repair Go to
  • DNA repair Go to
  • DNA repair Go to
  • DNA repair Go to
  • DNA repair pathways Go to
  • DNA replication and repair Go to
  • DNA replication Go to
  • DNA replication in hyperthermophilic Archaea Go to
  • DNA strand break repair Go to
  • DNA topology Go to
  • Drosophila melanogaster Go to
  • Drug abuse in sports Go to
  • Drug design: multi-target and network drugs Go to
  • Drug development Go to
  • Drug development Go to
  • Drug discovery Go to
  • Drug discovery Go to
  • Drug resistance Go to
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  • Editing of mathematical algorithms able to predict fundamental aspects of protein aggregation in vitro and in vivo Go to
  • Effect of extracellular agents, such as glycosamynoglycans, on protein aggregation and associated toxicity Go to
  • Effect of membrane lipids, such as the GM1 ganglioside, on protein aggregation and associated toxicity Go to
  • Electron microscopy Go to
  • Electron tomography Go to
  • Electrophysiology Go to
  • Elucidation of the molecular origins of Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease Go to
  • Embryonic development Go to
  • Endocrinology Go to
  • Endosymbiosis Go to
  • Energy metabolism Go to
  • Enhancer RNAs Go to
  • Environmental impact of viruses of Achaea Go to
  • Environmental stress responses of plants, algae and cyanobacteria Go to
  • Enzyme and gene regulation Go to
  • Enzymes involved in RNA transactions Go to
  • Enzymology Go to
  • Epigenetic changes in plants Go to
  • Epigenetic Mechanisms Controlling Immunoglobulin Allelic Exclusion Go to
  • Epigenetic reprogramming Go to
  • Epigenetics Go to
  • Epigenetics Go to
  • Epigenetics Go to
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  • Epigenetics Go to
  • EPIGENETICS Go to
  • Epigenetics Go to
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  • Epigenetics Go to
  • Epigenetics Go to
  • EPIGENETICS OF CELL PROLIFERATION Go to
  • Epigenetics, stem cells, induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells Go to
  • Epigenomics Go to
  • Epigenomics Go to
  • Establishment of basic principles of physiology and basic mechanisms of disease pathogenesis Go to
  • Estrogen Receptor as a Transcription Factor Go to
  • Evaluation of autoantibodies as biomarkers for response to therapy and early detection of cancer Go to
  • Evolutionary anthropology Go to
  • Evolutionary genetics Go to
  • Evolutionary Genomics Go to
  • Evolution Go to
  • Evolution of cooperation using spatial games Go to
  • Experimental biology Go to
  • Experimental biology Go to
  • Experimental Medicine Go to
  • Experimental nephrology Go to
  • Experimental vaccines Go to
  • Expression, crystallization and structural analysis of membrane proteins in yeast Go to
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  • Fast ionic reactions Go to
  • Fast kinetics Go to
  • Finding cholinergic-mediated RNA metabolism impairments in the Alzheimer’s brain Go to
  • First cloning and expression of interferon Go to
  • Folding and assembly of proteins Go to
  • Food allergy Go to
  • Food Engineering Go to
  • Food policy Go to
  • Food regulatory sciences Go to
  • FOOD SAFETY Go to
  • Food safety Go to
  • Food safety issues Go to
  • Force production Go to
  • Free radicals and oxidative stress Go to
  • FREE RADICALS Go to
  • Functional genomics Go to
  • Functional genomics Go to
  • FUNCTIONAL GENOMICS Go to
  • Functional organization of chromosomes Go to
  • Functional role of combinations of regulatory patterns Go to
  • Function and regulation derived from allosteric rearrangements Go to
  • Function and regulation of bacterial and plant genes controlling nodule development Go to
  • Function-based genomic screens for therapeutic targets and predictive biomarkers Go to
  • Function of ABC-transporters in mammals, focusing on drug transporters Go to
  • Function of chromatin modification Go to
  • Function of polycomb complexes Go to
  • Function of symbiotic antimicrobial plant peptides Go to
  • FUNGAL BIOCHEM AND BIOL CONTROL Go to
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  • Galanin Go to
  • Gene Biology Go to
  • GENE EXPRESSION Go to
  • Gene expression Go to
  • Gene expression Go to
  • Gene expression Go to
  • Gene positioning in differentiation and degenerative disease Go to
  • General management and managing drug development in spin-off companies and partnering with industry Go to
  • Generation of animal models of gain and loss of proteolytic function. Analysis of tumour progression susceptibility in the models generated Go to
  • Gene regulation Go to
  • Gene regulation Go to
  • Gene regulation Go to
  • Gene regulation Go to
  • Gene regulation Go to
  • Gene regulation in development and disease Go to
  • Gene regulation in influenza virus Go to
  • Gene regulatory networks Go to
  • Generic properties of feedback circuits and other regulatory motifs Go to
  • Gene structure and molecular genetics Go to
  • Gene structure Go to
  • Gene therapy Go to
  • Genetical manipulation and change of genes in mice Go to
  • Genetic alteration Go to
  • Genetic and molecular basis of cellular and organismal energy homeostasis Go to
  • Genetic detoxification of toxins Go to
  • Genetic diagnostics Go to
  • Genetic engineering Go to
  • Genetic engineering Go to
  • Genetic engineering Go to
  • Genetic engineering Go to
  • Genetic engineering Go to
  • Genetic information Go to
  • Genetic material Go to
  • Genetic regulation Go to
  • Genetic regulation of organ development Go to
  • Genetic reprogramming by induced pluripotent stem cell technology Go to
  • Genetic reprogramming by nuclear transfer cloning in animals Go to
  • Genetics and Molecular Medicine Go to
  • GENETICS & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY Go to
  • Genetics/epigenetics Go to
  • GENETICS Go to
  • Genetics Go to
  • Genetics Go to
  • Genetics Go to
  • Genetics Go to
  • GENETICS & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Go to
  • GENETICS, MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Go to
  • Genetic variation of Helicobacter pylori in connection with human migration and the adaptation of the pathogen to its host Go to
  • Gene transcription Go to
  • Gene transcription Go to
  • Genome evolution Go to
  • GENOME INTEGRITY Go to
  • Genome organisation and function Go to
  • GENOME ORGANISATION Go to
  • Genome organization Go to
  • GENOME REGULATION, DEVELOPMENTAL GENOMICS, DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION Go to
  • Genome regulation Go to
  • Genome regulation Go to
  • Genome stability Go to
  • Genome-wide analysis Go to
  • Genomic regulation of RNA polymerase III transcription Go to
  • Genomics Go to
  • Genomics Go to
  • Genomics Go to
  • Genomics Go to
  • Glial cells Go to
  • Golgi function Go to
  • GPI-anchored proteins Go to
  • Gram-negative bacteria Go to
  • Group of ribonucle oprotein particles (RNP) that function in the processing of messenger RNA precursors Go to
  • Growth factors Go to
  • Growth factor signalling Go to
  • GTPase Mechanisms Go to
  • GTP-binding proteins Go to
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  • Haemostasis Go to
  • Halophilic organisms Go to
  • Heart and lung diseases, cancer, and bone diseases Go to
  • Heart Go to
  • Helicobacter hepaticus, infection and cancer Go to
  • Helicobacter pylori, clonal structure, genetic variability, evolution and population genetics Go to
  • Hepatocarcinoma Go to
  • Heritable gene repression in yeast Go to
  • Herpesvirus life cycle Go to
  • High resolution imaging Go to
  • High throughput transposon insertional mutagenesis to identify components in signaling pathways relevant for cancer Go to
  • High throughput transposon mutagenesis Go to
  • Hindbrain segmentation Go to
  • Histone acetyl transferase (HAT) complexes Go to
  • Histone deacetylase complexes Go to
  • Horizontal gene transfer Go to
  • Horizontal gene transfer Go to
  • Host-bacterial interactions Go to
  • Host pathogen interactions Go to
  • Hox genes Go to
  • HSV molecular biology Go to
  • Human biochemical genetics Go to
  • Human DNA Repair Diseases Go to
  • Human female infertility Go to
  • HUMAN GENETICS AND GENOMICS. MOLECULAR AND CELL BIOLOGY Go to
  • HUMAN GENETICS Go to
  • Human genetics Go to
  • Human molecular genetics Go to
  • Hybrid methods Go to
  • Hypoxia response Go to
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  • Identification and characterisation of tumour antigens Go to
  • Identification and characterization of mitochondrial carrier family members in man, Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Arabidopsis thaliana Go to
  • Identification and functional analysis of transcription factor, Ebf1, as a key determinant of B lymphopoiesis Go to
  • Identification Go to
  • Identification of active mobiles elements in mycobacteria Go to
  • Identification of and enzymatic and functional characterization of proteases associated with tumour processes Go to
  • Identification of horizontal transfer in M. tuberculosis Go to
  • Identification of LEF1 and the demonstration that LEF1 acts both as an DNA-bending protein and nuclear mediator of Wnt signaling Go to
  • Identification of mRNA and miRNA signatures for cancer diagnosis Go to
  • Identification of new drug candidates against M. tuberculosis or other mycobacteriosis Go to
  • Identification of virulence genes in M. tuberculosis. Go to
  • Identifying CholinomiRs-associated changes in neurodegenerative and inflammatory diseases Go to
  • Immune regulation Go to
  • Immunogenic proteins and antigenic determinants Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunotherapy Go to
  • Implicating cholinergic mechanisms to our stress-related daily life Go to
  • Import mechanism of nuclear-coded mitochondrial carriers into the inner mitochondrial membrane Go to
  • Imprinting Go to
  • In cell NMR Go to
  • Infectious disease Go to
  • Infectious diseases Go to
  • Infectious diseases Go to
  • Inflammation and Cancer Go to
  • Inflammation biology Go to
  • Influenza virus Go to
  • Initiation of transcription Go to
  • Innate Immunity Go to
  • Inositol lipids Go to
  • Inositol phosphates Go to
  • In silico modeling of Photosystem II Go to
  • Insulin sequencing Go to
  • Insulin synthesis Go to
  • Integrated structural biology Go to
  • Integrin Go to
  • Integrin regulation and studies on their intercellular adhesion molecule ligands (ICAM) Go to
  • Integrins Go to
  • Intermediary metabolism of skeletal and cardiac muscle; Go to
  • Intestinal microbiota and bowel diseases Go to
  • Intracellular bacteria Go to
  • Intracellular protein traffic Go to
  • INTRACELLULAR PROTEOLYSIS Go to
  • Intracellular traffic - Go to
  • Intracellular transport of glycoproteins Go to
  • Investigation of molecular chaperones as inhibitors of the toxicity of protein oligomers Go to
  • In vitro embryo production and developmental origin of adulthood diseases in mammalians Go to
  • Involvement of genetic and epigenetic gene switches in a wide range of biological processes including Type II diabetes, polycystic kidney disease Go to
  • Ion transporters and channels Go to
  • Iron homeostasis Go to
  • Ischemia Go to
  • Islets of Langerhans Go to
  • Isolation and characterization of constituents of the DNA transcription machineries Go to
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  • Laboratory management and accreditation Go to
  • Lafora disease Go to
  • Legionella Go to
  • Legume genetics and genomics Go to
  • Legume molecular genetics Go to
  • Leukocyte trafficking in immune surveillance and inflammation Go to
  • Libraries construction and screening Go to
  • Life in extreme environments Go to
  • Light stress in plants Go to
  • Link between the topology of regulatory networks and their dynamic properties Go to
  • Lipid biosynthesis and transport Go to
  • Lipid membranes Go to
  • Lipid metabolism Go to
  • Lipidomics. Go to
  • Lipid rafts Go to
  • Lipids in membrane function and signal transduction Go to
  • Live fluorescence microscopy Go to
  • Liver cancer Go to
  • Liver development Go to
  • Long-range gene regulation - function of enhancers Go to
  • Luminescence of proteins Go to
  • Lung tumor models Go to
  • Lysosomes Go to
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  • Macromolecular complex assembly pathways Go to
  • Macromolecular complexes Go to
  • Macrophages Go to
  • Macrophages Go to
  • MAP-kinase signaling Go to
  • MAP kinases – Molecular bases of Angiogenesis – Nutrient sensors (O2, glucose) – Hypoxia signaling – Tumor microenvironment – Go to
  • Mapping and Positional cloning of genes for human pathologies Go to
  • Mathematical modeling of genetic/biochemical phenomena Go to
  • Mdm2 Go to
  • Mechanism and regulation of translation Go to
  • Mechanism of protein synthesis Go to
  • Mechanism of TGF-β signalling through the Smad pathway Go to
  • Mechanisms and Factors of Transcription Go to
  • Mechanisms of AHR-dependent regulation of cell pluripotency Go to
  • Mechanisms of drug resistance in cancer cells Go to
  • Mechanisms of gene expression in higher cells Go to
  • Mechanisms of genetic recombination Go to
  • Mechanisms of genome integrity maintenance and their aberrations in cancer Go to
  • Mechanisms of protein folding Go to
  • Mechanisms of protein misfolding, aggregation and disease Go to
  • Mechanistic biology Go to
  • Melanoma Go to
  • Melanoma initiation and progression Go to
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