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Research Groups at the Department of Molecular Biology

Andrea Puhar lab
Endogenous danger signals in infection and inflammation - Andrea Puhar's lab
Research area: Infection biology
Barbara Sixt Group
Cell-autonomous immunity and bacterial evasion strategies
Research area: Infection biology
Bernt Eric Uhlin Lab
Bacterial fitness mechanisms of the versatile pathogenic variants of Escherichia coli and the emerging opportunistic pathogen Acinetobacter...
Research area: Infection biology
Björn Schröder lab
Gut microbiota and intestinal mucosal barrier function.
Dan Hultmark Lab
Drosophila cellular innate immunity, and mechanisms of persistent viral infections.
Research area: Infection biology
David Cisneros Lab
Molecular biology of human bacterial symbionts.
Debra Milton Lab
Our group studies virulence and survival of the fish bacetria Vibrio anguillarum.
Research area: Infection biology
Ellen Bushell Lab
The group studies molecular mechanisms of malaria parasite-host interactions.
Research area: Infection biology
Felipe Cava Group
Bacterial cell wall composition and its contribution to long-standing and emerging infectious diseases.
Research area: Infection biology
Francesca Aguilo
RNA-based gene regulation of cell fate and breast cancer.
Research area: Cancer
Hans Wolf-Watz lab
Research about type III secretion system of pathogenic Yersinia.
Research area: Infection biology
Jan Larsson Lab
The research group is studying chromosome-specific gene regulation and chromosome specific adaptations.
Jenny Persson Lab
We study cancer metastasis and targeted therapies.
Research area: Cancer
Johan Henriksson Lab
Our group aims at integrating all regulatory mechanisms about T cells in a single predictive model
Johan Holmberg
Research area: Cancer
Jonas Barandun Lab
We study macromolecular complexes of specialized pathogenic organisms.
Research area: Infection biology
Jörgen Johansson Lab
Stress regulatory mechanisms and RNA-mediated regulation in the bacterial pathogen Listeria monocytogen.
Research area: Infection biology
Katharina Wulff Group
Non-visual responses to natural daylight in human physiology and mental health. Researcher at N4 research group.
Lena Svensson Lab
Our research group is interested in how to understand how integrins are regulated and reused.
Research area: Cancer, Infection biology
Maria Fällman Lab
Molecular mechanisms involved in bacterial persistence in host tissue.
Research area: Infection biology
Matthew Francis Lab
The Francis laboratory has a strong interest in understanding the physiology and pathogenesis of bacteria.
Mattias Alenius
Our group is interested in the essential regulatory processes that control and maintain neuronal activity and which malfunction cause diseases like...
Oliver Billker Lab
The group investigates how malaria parasites reproduce in mosquitoes and get transmitted.
Peter Lind Lab
Modelling to predict the evolution of biofilm mutants and antibiotic resistance in Pseudomonas bacteria
Saskia Erttmann Lab
Insight into inflammatory diseases – understanding the molecular mechanisms during the onset and resolution of inflammation.
Sun Nyunt Wai Lab
Exploring modulation of host cell signaling mediated by secreted bacterial factors.
Research area: Cancer, Infection biology
Sven Bergström Lab
Infectious and virulence properties of Borrelia spirochete and the intracellular parasite Chlamydia.
Research area: Infection biology
Teresa Frisan Lab
We study the role of bacterial genotoxins in modulation of intestinal mucosa homeostasis.
Thomas Grundström lab
We try to understand the control of mutagenesis and class switch recombination of antibody genes.
Research area: Cancer, Infection biology
Ulrich von Pawel-Rammingen Group
Streptococcal IgG degrading proteases: Important virulence factors and biotechnological tools
Research area: Infection biology
Victoria Shingler Lab
We do research about bacterial signal-sensing and Integration.
Research area: Infection biology
Yuri Schwartz lab
Yuri Schwartz lab studies molecular epigenetics.
Research area: Cancer
Åke Forsberg Lab
Molecular mechanism of Type III secretion systems.
Research area: Infection biology

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tRNA metabolism in eukaryotes

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Cell biology and physiology of the mammalian primary and accessory olfactory systems

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Establishment of functional and topographic identity of olfactory sensory neurons

Åsa Rasmuson-Lestander
Gene silencing and regulation in Drosophila melanogaster