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16 new high-quality reference genomes from vertebrates are published, advancing comparative biology, conservation, and health research
Dr. Rita Mateus joins the Dresden research community with her research on organ growth and structural colors.
International research team identifies how the cell nucleus structures active and inactive DNA.
Researchers point to a new mechanism underlying male infertility
The happiness neurotransmitter serotonin can act as a growth factor for the stem cells in the fetal human brain that determine brain size.
Dresden researchers develop a new method and discover new features of primary cilia – little understood antenna-like structures protruding from...
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.