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121. Pathogen Repository  
Pathogen Repository The Pathogen Repository is an infrastructure unit of the German Center for Infection Research (DZIF), which is located at the Leibniz Institute DSMZ. Currently, the Pathogen…  
122. Science Policy  
Translating DSMZ science for CBD policymakers As a large biological resource center, the DSMZ receives deposits into the collection from dozens of countries and sends biological material out to…  
123. Projects  
Cassava brown streak viruses PI: Dr. Stephan Winter The role of cassava brown streak virus proteins for development of disease and vector transmission is studied taking advantage of infectious…  
124. Projects  
Viruses of cassava PI: Dr. Stephan Winter We are monitoring the viruses of cassava Manihot esculenta, a world crop of high importance to provide food for many million people in Sub Sahara Africa,…  
125. Eukaryotic Bioinformatics  
Eukaryotic bioinformatics Cancer is a widespread cause of death and hence much research efforts concentrate on improving prognosis and therapy of diverse cancer types. Shedding light on the…  
126. Projects  
Genomic Encyclopedia of Bacteria and Archaea (GEBA) The GEBA project and its follow-up projects aim at systematically filling in the gaps in sequencing along the bacterial and archaeal branches of…  
127. DSMZ in the media - 2019  
Selection of articles from 2019 Mikrobiologie trifft auf Informatik (Management-Krankenhaus.de, 23.12.2019) Klimawandel bedroht Hefepilze (leibniz-gemeinschaft.de, 20.12.2019) Die…  
128. Tumor Diversity  
Tumor diversity The DSMZ cell lines bank holds eight hundred immortalized cell lines. Immortalization can be brought about in vitro, e.g. by genetic manipulation of the cells or by viral infection.…  
129. Cell Biology  
Our recent research focuses on the development of cellular models to understand human imprinting diseases and the development of tumors of the eye, retinoblastoma and uveal melanoma. We use human…  
130. Tumor Biology  
Tumor Biology The group of Dr. Sonja Eberth focuses on transcriptional deregulation in cancer and its functional impact on the biology of cancer cells, especially in variants of blood cancer, namely…  
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