"Contribution of Transposable Elements to Human Proteins" by
Makalowski, Kischka and Makalowska has been published by eLS.
"Multicolor immuno- fluorescence reveals that p63- and or K5-positive progenitor cells contribute to normal breast epithelium and usual ductal hyperplasia but not to low-grade intraepithelial neoplasia of the breast." by
Boecker / Korsching et al. has been published by Virchows Archiv.
Congratulations to Marcin Jakalski for the successful defense of
his PhD thesis.
Congrats to Gesche Frohwitter,
external Dr.med.dent. candidate,
for her successful defense of her thesis :)
Welcome to our institute, Mahsa :)
"Comparative genomic analysis of retrogene repertoire in two green
algae Volvox carteri and Chlamydomonas reinhardtii" by Jakalski et
al. has been published by Biology Direct.
“Conservation of the Exon-Intron Structure of Long Intergenic Non-Coding RNA Genes in Eutherian Mammals” by Chernikova et al. has been published by Life.
"TMAinspiration: Decode Interdependencies in Multifactorial Tissue
Microarray Data" has been published by Florian B, Horst B, Nikhil
V. M and Eberhard K
Welcome to our institute, Victoria and Philipp :)
"Mycophenolic Acid and Its Derivatives as Potential
Chemotherapeutic Agents Targeting Inosine Monophosphate
Dehydrogenase in Trypanosoma congolense" by Suganuma, Jakalski et
al. has been published in Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy.
Incomplete Lineage Sorting and Hybridization Statistics for
Large-Scale Retroposon Insertion Data by Kuritzin, Kischka et
al. has been published by PLoS Computational Biology.
"Protein import complexes in the mitochondrial outer membrane of Amoebozoa representatives" by Buczek et al. has been published by BMC Genomics.
"The second European interdisciplinary Ewing sarcoma research
summit - A joint effort to deconstructing the multiple layers of a
complex disease" by Korsching E and others
Welcome to the
Institute of Bioinformatics WWU Muenster
Bioinformatics is a research, development, or application of
computational tools and approaches for expanding the use of
biological data, including those to acquire, store, organize,
archive, analyze, or visualize such data. Its goal is to enable
biological discovery based on existing information or in other
words transform biological information into knowledge. In recent
years bioinformatics became integral part of biology and it is
present in almost all biomedical disciplines.
Here we are - the team, struggling for science and investing time
to make the bioinformatics process going on. Our collaboration
with other groups around the world (see visitors web page) brings
new ideas and refines the old ones. All our work is a public
domain and we don't put any restrictions on the created software
and published papers. The working language of the institute is