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Frameshifts occur when the reading frame in which genetic information is translated is perturbed. Textbook knowledge considers frameshifts to be…

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The 7th Ubiquitin Symposium will be held at the Vienna BioCenter on 14-15 May 2020. The organisers have put together a program that covers various…

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The Medical University of Vienna has nominated Selma Osmanagic-Myers as Researcher of the Month March 2020 for her paper „Endothelial progerin…

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Austrian biotech company CALYXHA Biotechnologies GmbH announces the investment received from ARAX Capital Partners that complements the previously…

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Protein Phosphatase 2 (PP2A) is an enzyme that plays important roles in regulating cell proliferation and by that has been shown to be a tumor…

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The Weintraub Student Award is one of the most prestigious and competitive international student awards recognizing “outstanding achievement during…

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The Austrian Academy of Sciences has awarded DOC Fellowships for highly qualified doctoral candidates to students Christina Manakanatas from the lab…

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Lyme and chikungunya passed key milestones in 2019. Significant value inflection expected in 2020 including Lyme Phase 2 data and partnering in…

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Infections by human fungal pathogens cause about 1.5 million deaths each year – interfering with iron utilization in the fungus promises new…

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Bacteria are masters of survival that manage to thrive under often hostile environments. One trick to their survival is their safeguarding envelope.…

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The European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) and Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS) announced the IMP's Elly Tanaka as the…

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Ábel Vertesy, Philipp Trepte and Ulrich Hohmann from IMBA – Institute of Molecular Biotechnology of the Austrian Academy of Sciences – are each…

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