Center for Molecular Medicine Cologne

Seismic Amplifications: a new amplification mechanism in the genome of cancer cells identified

17/11/2021 | The study provides novel insights into the mechanisms of how human tumors acquire genomic amplifications as major drivers of oncogenic transformation

Highlighting RNA-binding proteins and their role in kidney disease as potential therapeutic targets

03/11/2021 | Cologne Researchers provide a concise overview of the current knowledge of RNA-binding proteins (RBPs) and their interactions with mRNA, non-coding…

Leo Kurian awarded the BINDER Innovation Prize 2021 for discoveries on the RNA-centric regulatory principles that program cell fate and identity.

29/10/2021 | With this award the German Society for Cell Biology (DGZ) acknowledges each year outstanding cell biological research with a focus on cell culture or…

Scientific Career Day 2021 of the Faculty of Medicine - University of Cologne

27/10/2021 | On October 27, 2021 the Faculty of Medicine invites to the second Scientific Career Day. The focus this year is on the topic of the leadership culture…

Sept. 26-28, 2021: CMMC Symposium on 25 Years of Progress in Molecular Medicine: From Basic Research to Clinical Application

29/09/2021 | Many thanks to our guest speakers for their outstanding contributions on the forefront of 25 years of progress in molecular medicine, our…

MAPK-pathway inhibition mediates inflammatory reprogramming and sensitizes tumors to targeted activation of innate immunity sensor RIG-I

18/09/2021 | Cologne Researchers of the Faculty of Medicine and the University Hospital Cologne uncovered a conserved, MAPK/IRF1-mediated inflammatory response in…

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