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05.03.2014 // A personalized protein structure for a special birthday
The three-dimensional structure of the amino acid sequence „ANDREI-N-LVPAS“ inserted between two GCN4 adaptors is a three-helical coiled coil. Peculiarities of this structure are a bound bromide ion in the middle of the bundle and the accommodation of the amino acid proline (P), which is rarely found in natural coiled coils.

Andrei N. Lupas receives his own personalized protein structure containing his name

07.02.2014 // Two ERC Consolidator Grants for excellent research work

Awards go to the Max Planck Campus in Tuebingen, Germany

24.01.2014 // Colour matters
Spots near the midline of a Cumaná guppy male

Colourful guppy males have the highest number of offspring

07.11.2013 // One worm, two mouths
A developmental switch in Pristionchus nematodes controls the formation of teeth – an evolutionary novelty of the adult stage – that enable predatory feeding on other nematodes.

A devious evolutionary path between genetics and environment

31.10.2013 // ERC Advanced Grant for Tübingen Max Planck Scientist
Prof. Dr. Detlef Weigel

Tuebingen, October 31st, 2013. Prof. Dr. Detlef Weigel from the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology in Tübingen, Germany, receives one of the coveted ERC Advanced Grants, awarded by the European Research Council....

04.10.2013 // Awards for two young scientists
Jörg Braun

This year’s Karl Lohmann Award and DGHM Graduation Award go to researchers from Tübingen, Germany

25.09.2013 // A matter of timing
Arabidopsis flowers at various temperatures at various times (left: 16 C, right: 23 C).

To bloom or not to bloom? Max Planck researchers discover how flowering time is affected by temperature

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