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Biochemistry

Main Research topics Mouse models for bovine mastitis: Nuclear factor-kappaB activation in relation to intramammary Escherichia coli and...

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Geert van Loo Lab

inflammation cytokine signaling cell death autophagy er stress mouse gene targeting

Inflammation is a protective response to induce repair in conditions of cellular damage and stress. However, defective regulation of inflammatory...

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Peter Vandenabeele Lab

Research topic: Cell death is a crucial process in development, homeostasis and (patho)physiology. In normal conditions about 100 billion cell die...

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Christine Van Broeckhoven Lab

The Neurodegenerative Brain Diseases (NBD) group aspires to enhance the molecular appreciation of, and ability to treat, complex neurodegenerative...

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Vincent Bonin Lab

Watching the brain watch' Our ability to comprehend the world and to interact with it relies on our brains’ ability to process sensory signals and...

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Sebastian Haesler Lab

The long-term goal of our lab is to understand how animals learn from experience and how they subsequently use this knowledge to guide behavior. One...

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Fabian Kloosterman Lab

We are interested in the functional and structural organization of brain circuits that support the storage, expression and use of memories during...

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Holger Gerhardt Lab Lab

The establishment of a functional network of blood vessels is critical for all aspects of tissue growth in physiology and disease. Our recent work at...

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Massimo Santoro Lab

Research in our group is focused on two major topics: 1) Redox signaling and metabolism in health and disease angiogenesis 2) Decode the antioxidant...

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Cédric Blanpain Lab

Blanpain group studies the role of stem cells during development, homeostasis and cancer. Stem cells during development, homeostasis and repair The...

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Cell Growth control in Health and age-related Disease

Cell growth is a crucial and tightly regulated process. Cells uptake nutrients from their environment (such as amino acids, sugars, and lipids), and...

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Genome Evolution and Ageing

Since the 1970's the involvement of mitochondria in the ageing process has been recognized. As we age, there is clear evidence of the accumulation of...

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Noncoding RNAs and Energy Homeostasis

The impact of Noncoding RNAs (ncRNAs) such as microRNAs and, more recently, long ncRNAs (LncRNAs) onto eukaryotic gene regulation has just started to...

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The role of the nuclear envelope

Prof. Dr. Noegel’s research group focuses on the cytoskeleton, a component of the cell responsible for mechanical stability and signal transmission...

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Mitochondria in Aging

Main interest of our group is the role of mitochondrial (dys) function in the determination of longevity. Our research interest stem from the fact...

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Molecular mechanisms underlying physiological functions in health and disease

In my group, we are trying to understand the molecular mechanisms underlying different physiological functions in health and disease. We use an array...

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Molecular Biology of Ageing

Why do we grow old? Why does aging cause disease? Can we slow aging or even reverse it? These are some of the greatest unsolved questions in biology...

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Alzheimer?s disease and aging

Alzheimer?s disease (AD) is the most common neurodegenerative disorder. It affects worldwide ~50 million people and increases with one new case every...

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Regulation of sensorimotor integration in mouse mutants

It is one of the major challenges in the field of Neuroscience to unravel the molecular and physiological mechanisms underlying memory formation and...

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Human heavy chain antibodies

Camelids contain, in addition to conventional antibodies, functional single chain antibodies (containing only heavy chains). These are coded for by a...

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The pathogenesis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS

Our research is aimed at identifying molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying the pathogenesis of Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). ALS is a...

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Chronobiology and Health

Previously, we have shown that knock-out mouse models for mammalian homologs of the repair protein photolyase (cryptochrome 1 and 2) display a defect...

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Cerebellar systems physiology

The cerebellum plays an essential role in both the performance and plasticity of motor behavior. We try to establish a link between the processes that...

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CARIM - The vulnerable plaque: makers and markers

Our program focuses on three important themes within the realm of plaque stability research: 1. genomics strategies to identify vulnerable plaque...

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CARIM - Clinical Thrombosis and Haemostasis

The diagnosis and mechanisms of (recurrent) venous and arterial thrombosis are being studied in cohort studies in consecutive patients with deep...

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