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Molecular biology is the study of biomolecules (e.g. DNA, RNA, proteins and metabolites) and control of their dynamic interactions within cells. It interfaces extensively with genetics concerned with the mechanisms of inheritance and evolution. Molecular biology and genetics, alongside bioinformatics, underscore modern approaches in cell and developmental biology, infection and immunology, as well as functional interpretation of structural data and regulatory networks underlying system biology.
Awareness of how prostate cancer cells become mobile and spread may provide opportunities for treatment.
The results give possibilities to find ways to prevent mosquitoes from spreading malaria parasite to humans.
Mirjam Hunziker will study how malaria parasites switch to sexual reproduction.
In his thesis, Fu Xu contributes to new knowledge about the factors that modulate tRNA-biogenesis.
Wallenberg Academy Fellow Ellen Bushell will map the ways a variant of the malaria infects.
Research team publishes in Cell seven metabolic pathsways that the malaria parasite to infect the liver.
MIMS researchers for the first time performed targeted gene mutation in the zoonotic pathogen Chlamydia.
Anders Nordström, Department of Molecular Biology, receive the silver medal to Berzelius's memory.
Yaowen Wu, professor of biochemistry, has been awarded the Göran Gustafsson Prize in molecular biology.
Researcher Linda Sandblad receives a grant for improving the accessibility of national infrastructures.
A component has been identified as a novel regulator that can deactivate the immune system.
Natuscha Lee is looking for the for the origins of life and trying to understand how life has developed