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Learn more about how the HZI, with its translational focus, will help to facilitate a faster and more targeted approach when it comes to fighting and preventing existing, emerging or recurring infectious diseases.
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Systems BiologyThe goal of systems biology is to describe the dynamic processes of life and of biological systems using mathematical models. In line with the foundation of the new Braunschweig Integrated Centre of Systems Biology (BRICS) we have compiled some background information about systems biology for you: To the systems biology feature.
The 10th TWINCORE Symposium takes place on 30st / 31st August 2018. International Infection researchers talk about “Frontiers in translational research“.
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TWINCORE researchers are developing cell model to test drugs for their suitability as a hepatitis E drug in pregnant women
HZI scientists decipher the mechanism used by gastrointestinal germs to switch their infection programme from acute to chronic
European Academy of Microbiology has chosen the HZI scientist as new member
HZI researchers from Braunschweig identify butyrate-producing groups of bacteria in the intestinal microbiome
HIPS and HZI researchers identify a key enzyme in the metabolism of folic acid as a target site for a natural product called carolacton
Mobile system facilitates early protection measures against epidemics in remote regions – Wanka: "German research contributes to the solution of global health challenges"
HIPS researchers produced a molecule that provides a way to visualise pseudomonas infections
HZI and HIPS researchers discover a bacterial protein that recognises immunogenic sugar molecules on pig cells
HZI and BRICS researchers use mathematical modelling to discover a possible cause of the development of early diabetes
Award for innovative research approaches at the TWINCORE