Around 100 scientists work at the Rudolf Virchow Center in the field of target proteins. These fullfil important physiological tasks. Our research groups are studying the structure and function of these proteins to understand the causes of diseases.More details
Structural biology, microscopy, proteomics and mass spectrometry are just some of the key technologies established in our research groups.More details
Dr. Hans Maric has received one of the German Research Foundation's highly prestigious Emmy Noether awards, worth around 1.7 million euros. He will use his biochip technology to study a so far unexplored group of brain proteins and determine their potential to cure so far untreatable mental diseases.
Protein interactions can now be analysed more effectively: A phenomenon called Temperature Related Intensity Change (TRIC) makes it possible to achieve high binding signal intensity even with lowest amounts of sample. Our Maric research group established the method, which can be used to study protein complexes in highly regulated networks such as DNA transcription.
All research groups of the Rudolf Virchow Center are working on target proteins. Here you can find an overview of each group.
Join us! The Rudolf Virchow Center is always looking for new employees to advance the research in our center.
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