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Dresden researchers demonstrate that the length of the neurogenic period is a key determinant for brain size
First six reference-quality bat genomes released and analysed.
Dresden and Japanese researchers show that a human-specific brain size gene causes a larger neocortex in the common marmoset, a non-human primate.
For the first time, Dresden researchers prove the existence of DNA loops in a living context.
New chemical tools can control the concentration of lipids in living cells
A systems analysis of liver regeneration
Compact DNA organization improves vision in nocturnal mammals.
Dresden researchers engineer a minimal synthetic cellular system to study basic cell function
Mechanism of action of human-specific brain size gene uncovered
Dresden researchers create geometrical and functional liver model for improved diagnosis of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.