Dr. Patricia Marquardt
Dr. Patricia Marquardt
Scientific Coordinator
Phone: (030) 8413 1716
Fax: (030) 8413 1152
Room: 3.3.71

Press Releases

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Mapping of the canary genome

February 04, 2015
Hormone sensitive gene regulation in seasonal singing birds [more]
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Duality in the human genome

November 27, 2014
Human genomes are extraordinarily individual - a challenge for personalised medicine [more]

„Steersman“ for the regulation of gene activity

October 09, 2014
Microprocessor activity controls miRNA generation in the cell [more]

New diagnostic method identifies genetic diseases

September 16, 2014
PhenIX can identify genetic diseases quickly and reliably based on analyses of genes and symptoms [more]

Deciphering the secret of the sugar beet

December 18, 2013
Scientists from Germany and Spain announce the sequence of the sugar beet genome [more]

Genetic research identifies novel pathway leading to myocardial infarction

November 10, 2013
Starting with a severely affected family, a research team led by Jeanette Erdmann, Christian Hengstenberg and Heribert Schunkert (Institut für Integrative und Experimentelle Genomik, University of Lübeck and Deutsches Herzzentrum München) identified a novel mechanism leading to myocardial infarction. Specifically, the scientists detected two mutations that jointly blocked nitric oxide signalling in platelets leading to accelerated thrombus formation. Another variant of the same enzyme, affecting a large proportion of the population, was also found to affect coronary risk, albeit to a much lesser extent. Scientists from the Berliner Age Study II (BASE-II) participated with recent data from the BASE-II study. Co-authors are the speaker of the BASE-II consortium, Elisabeth Steinhagen-Thiessen as well as Lars Bertram from the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics and Shu-Chen Li from the Technical University Dresden, who is working as a visiting scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development. The work was published on November 10th in the prestigious journal Nature. [more]
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Transcription factors: function follows form

October 17, 2013
Spatial structure determines transcription factor activity [more]
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