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Trypanosomes are worm-like parasites which cause sleeping sickness. (Picture: Tim Krüger und Markus Engstler)

News from the pathogen that causes sleeping sickness

A team of researchers from the University of Würzburg has discovered an interesting enzyme in the pathogens responsible for African sleeping sickness: It could be a promising target for drugs.

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Nurse bees are - contrary to forager bees - active 24/7. Their circadian clock simply continues at the protein level. (Photo: Gunnar Bartsch)

Active 24/7 and doing great

Circadian clocks control the day-night cycle of many living beings. But what do the pacemakers do in animals whose activities do not follow this pattern? Scientists from the University of Würzburg have now looked into th

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Confocal microscope image of intact murine bone marrow. Under normal conditions the mature megakaryocyte (green) attaches to the blood vessel (red) and releases new platelets into the blood stream. The cell nuclei are shown in blue. (Photo: AG Nieswandt)

Blood coagulation: Molecular switches guide blood forming cells

Scientists from the University of Würzburg successfully elucidated new details about a circuit regulating platelet biogenesis. These important findings could contribute to a better understanding of the mechanism leading

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