In Print


Mukherjee et al., 2019. Dual RNA-Seq meta-analysis in Plasmodium infection. BioRxiv. 

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Urdaneta et al., 2019. Purification of Cross-Linked RNA-Protein Complexes by Phenol-Tuluol Extraction. Nature Communications 

Graphical Abstract. Pubmed. 


Matz et al., 2019. Plasmodium Para-Aminobenzoate Sythesis and Salvage Resolve Avoidance of Folate Competetion and Adaption to Host Diet. Cell Reports.

Graphical Abstract. Pubmed.


Ortega, Falk & Johansson et al., 2019. The Centrosome Protein AKNA Regulates Neurogenesis via Microtubule Organization. Nature.

Graphical Abstract. Pubmed.

 


Matz & Matuschewski, 2018. An in silico down-scaling approach uncovers novel constituents of the Plasmodium-containing vacuole. Scientific Reports

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Hillebrand et al., 2018. Identification of clustered organellar short (cos) RNAs and of a conserved family of organellar RNA-binding proteins, the heptatriocopeptide repeat proteins, in the malaria parasite. Nucleic Acids Research. Graphical Abstract. Pubmed.


Matz et al., 2018. An unusual prohibitin regulates malaria parasite mitochondrial membrane potential. Cell Reports.

Graphical Abstract. Pubmed.

May 15, 2017: DFG Fördert 15 neue Graduiertenkollegs.

May 12, 2017: DFG Funds International Research Training Group at the IRI Life Sciences.

Dec 15, 2018: Julie-Anne Gabelich (HU) gives us impressions of her research stay at ANU in Australia

July 11, 2018: Parnika Mukherjee (HU) reports on visiting EMBL's meeting of BioMalPar in Heidelberg, May 2018.

June 18, 2018: Julie-Anne Gabelich (HU) reports on the Long Night of Science at the HU, "Understanding Malaria"

May 24, 2018: Julia Constanze Jäger (HU) reports on her research stay in Butare, Rwanda, March to may 2018.

April 25, 2018: Julie-Anne Gabelich (HU) reports on attending the Humboldt Graduate School workshop on Communication and Conflict Management.

March 28, 2018: Merryn Fraser (ANU) reports on joining the IRTG.

March 13, 2018: Julie-Anne Gabelich (HU) reports on attending the FELASA B animal training course.