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  • Abscisic Acid Go to
  • Adenoviral proteome Go to
  • Adenovirus Go to
  • Adhesion Go to
  • Adhesion molecules Go to
  • Adhesion Signalling Go to
  • Advanced Microscopy Technologies Go to
  • Ageing Go to
  • Aging und adaptation of the cardiovascular system Go to
  • Agriculture Go to
  • Agrobiotechnology Go to
  • Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease Go to
  • Amino acid and phenylpropanoid biosynthesis Go to
  • Anaerobic ammonium oxidation Go to
  • Anaerobic methane oxidation Go to
  • Analysis of genetic diseases Go to
  • Angiogenic growth factors Go to
  • Animal models Go to
  • Annelid development Go to
  • Aorta-gonad-mesonephros region Go to
  • APP Go to
  • Arabidopsis thaliana Go to
  • Asymmetric cell division Go to
  • Asymmetric cell divisions Go to
  • Atherosclerosis Go to
  • Autoimmunity Go to
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  • Bands and puffs Go to
  • Base Sequence Go to
  • Basic and clinical aspects of cancer Go to
  • Basic and clinical immunology Go to
  • B cell lineage commitment Go to
  • Behavioural genetics and neurogenetics Go to
  • Biochemical genetics of inherited metabolic disease Go to
  • BIOCHEMISTRY & CELL BIOLOGY Go to
  • Biochemistry Go to
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  • Biodiversity Go to
  • Bioengineering Go to
  • Bioimaging technology – correlative microscopy Go to
  • Bioinformatics and computational biology Go to
  • Bioinformatics Go to
  • Biological cells of higher organisms Go to
  • Biological clock of plants and endogenous rhythmicity with non-linear dynamics and spatio-temporal pattern formation of the metabolic cycle of Crassulacean acid Metabolism Go to
  • Biological Engineering Go to
  • BIOLOGY Go to
  • Biology Go to
  • Biology Go to
  • Biology of innate immunity, innate lymphoid cells, NK cells Go to
  • Biology of plants Go to
  • Biomaterials Go to
  • BIOMEDICINE Go to
  • Biophysics Go to
  • Biophysics: Neefjes developed various technologies to measure FRET and FRAP for single cell biochemistry. Go to
  • Biophysics of cardiac and vascular cells Go to
  • Biophysics research of the microtubule cytoskeleton Go to
  • Bioreactors Go to
  • Biosystems Science Go to
  • Biotechnology Go to
  • Biotechnology Go to
  • Biotechnology Go to
  • Biotechnology Go to
  • Bladder cancer Go to
  • Body patterning Go to
  • Botany Go to
  • Botany Go to
  • Breast cancer Go to
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  • Cancer antigens Go to
  • Cancer biology Go to
  • Cancer Biology Go to
  • Cancer cell line Go to
  • Cancer cell of origin Go to
  • Cancer cells Go to
  • Cancer development Go to
  • Cancer genetics Go to
  • Cancer Go to
  • Cancer Go to
  • Cancer Go to
  • Cancer, molecular bases Go to
  • Cancer research Go to
  • Cancer research Go to
  • CANCER RESEARCH Go to
  • Cancer research in the fields of endocytosis, stem cells and functional genomics Go to
  • Cancer stem cells Go to
  • Cancer Stem Cells Go to
  • Cancer therapy Go to
  • Cancer: utilizing biophysics showed conformational changes estrogen receptor and deciphered new resistance mechanism Go to
  • Cardiac disease models Go to
  • Cardiac repair Go to
  • Cardiology Go to
  • Cardiovascular development Go to
  • Cardiovascular development Go to
  • Cardiovascular medicine Go to
  • CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOLOGY Go to
  • CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH Go to
  • β-catenin Go to
  • CELL ADHESION Go to
  • Cell adhesion Go to
  • Cell and Developmental Biology Go to
  • Cell and Developmental Biology Go to
  • CELL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY Go to
  • Cell and Developmental Biology in Drosophila Go to
  • Cell and gene therapy Go to
  • Cell and molecular biology Go to
  • Cell biochemistry Go to
  • Cell biology: components and regulation of the fission machinery involved in membrane traffic Go to
  • CELL BIOLOGY Go to
  • Cell biology Go to
  • Cell Biology Go to
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  • Cell biology Go to
  • Cell biology Go to
  • Cell Biology: identified MHC class I and MHC class II cell biology, dynein motor control of vesicles, PI3kinase in MVB biogeneses Go to
  • CELL BIOLOGY, IMMUNOLOGY Go to
  • CELL BIOPHYSICS Go to
  • Cell Culture Go to
  • Cell culture Go to
  • Cell cycle checkpoints Go to
  • CELL CYCLE CONTROL Go to
  • Cell cycle control Go to
  • Cell Cycle Control Go to
  • Cell cycle Go to
  • Cell cycle Go to
  • Cell cycle Go to
  • Cell cycle Go to
  • Cell cycle Go to
  • Cell cycle regulation Go to
  • CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY Go to
  • Cell division control Go to
  • Cell division Go to
  • Cell division Go to
  • Cell divisions Go to
  • Cell fate determination Go to
  • Cell Migration, Cell Proliferation and Signaling Go to
  • Cell migration Go to
  • Cell migration Go to
  • CELL & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Go to
  • Cell polarity Go to
  • Cell polarity Go to
  • CELL RECOGNITION Go to
  • CELL REPRODUCTION Go to
  • Cell's cytoskeleton Go to
  • Cell secretion machinery Go to
  • Cell signalling Go to
  • Cell size Go to
  • Cell traffic Go to
  • Cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying regeneration in salamanders Go to
  • Cellular biochemistry Go to
  • Cellular lipidomics Go to
  • Cellular quiescence Go to
  • Cellular senescence in aging muscle Go to
  • Central nervous system development Go to
  • Cereal plant genomics Go to
  • Characterisation and population distribution of genetic diversity in human populations, especially of the British Isles Go to
  • Characterization of proteins implicated in plant cell-wall synthesis and modification Go to
  • Chemical Biology: developed reciprocal chemical genetics to find host targets controlling bacterial infections and lead structures Go to
  • Chemistry: Neefjes applies chemistry in cell biology. Generated first inhibitors for TAP and for host factor antibiotics Go to
  • Chimeras Go to
  • Chloroplast Go to
  • Cholesterol dysfunction Go to
  • CHROMATIN Go to
  • Chromatin organization in interphase chromosomes Go to
  • Chromatin replication Go to
  • Chromatin research Go to
  • Chromosomal Translocations Go to
  • Chromosome biology Go to
  • Chromosome painting Go to
  • Chromosome pairing and recombination during meiosis Go to
  • Chromosome segregation Go to
  • Chromosome sorting Go to
  • Circadian rhythms in stem cells Go to
  • Classical biology Go to
  • Clinical chemistry (clinical pathology) Go to
  • CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY Go to
  • Clinical immunology with special focus on autoimmune disease Go to
  • Clinical Trials Go to
  • Cloning and reprogramming Go to
  • Cloning Go to
  • Cloning Go to
  • Codiscoverer of cohesin, a protein complex crucial for faithful chromosome segregation during cell division Go to
  • Cohesins Go to
  • Colon cancer Go to
  • Colorectal cancers Go to
  • Comparative genome analysis Go to
  • Complex reconstitution experiments of cytoskeletal systems Go to
  • Computational biology and medicine Go to
  • Control of gene expression Go to
  • CtBPs/BARS Go to
  • Ctructural and functional organization of polytene chromosomes Go to
  • Cyclin proteolysis Go to
  • Cytochrome P450/soluble epoxide hydrolase Go to
  • Cytogenetics Go to
  • Cytokine signaling, growth factors, lymphopoiesis Go to
  • Cytoskeleton Go to
  • Cytoskeleton Go to
  • Cytotoxic T cells Go to
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  • Damage-associated molecular patterns (DAMPs) Go to
  • Delineation of immunological mechanisms Go to
  • Developmental and molecular genetics of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans, with particular reference to nematode-bacterial interactions, innnate immunity and pathogenesis. Go to
  • DEVELOPMENTAL AND REGENERATIVE STEM CELL BIOLOGY Go to
  • DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY & GENETICS Go to
  • Developmental biology Go to
  • Developmental biology Go to
  • Developmental biology Go to
  • Developmental biology Go to
  • DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY Go to
  • Developmental biology Go to
  • Developmental Biology Go to
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  • Developmental biology Go to
  • Developmental biology Go to
  • DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, MOUSE GENETICS Go to
  • DEVELOPMENTAL GENETICS Go to
  • Developmental genetics Go to
  • Developmental genetics Go to
  • Developmental genetics Go to
  • Developmental haematopoiesis Go to
  • Developmental morphogenesis Go to
  • Developmental Neuroscience Go to
  • Developmental patterning Go to
  • Developmental patterning (signalling) Go to
  • Developmental signaling Go to
  • Development of B-lymphocytes in greater details Go to
  • Development of cells of the innate and adaptive from stem cells and early progenitors Go to
  • Development of electron microscope tomography Go to
  • Development of mammals Go to
  • Development of structured controlled vocabularies (ontologies) for use in the context of biological databases Go to
  • Development of the blood and immune systems Go to
  • Development of the hematopoietic and vascular systems Go to
  • Development of the nervous system Go to
  • Development of T lymphocytes from pluripotent hemopoietic stem cells Go to
  • Differentiation Go to
  • Differentiation Go to
  • Discovering a novel type regulatory RNA - siRNA Go to
  • Discovery of the first inhibitory and of the first activating NK receptors Go to
  • Discovery of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) Go to
  • DNA damage and repair Go to
  • DNA damage Go to
  • DNA Go to
  • DNA Go to
  • DNA profiling Go to
  • DNA repair and replication Go to
  • Double helix structure of DNA Go to
  • Drosophila development Go to
  • Drosophila genetics Go to
  • Drosophila Go to
  • Drosophila Go to
  • Drosophila Go to
  • Drosophila melanogaster Go to
  • Drug target identification: the concepts developed in the laboratory are exploited for the identification of novel targets for drug development Go to
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  • Early amphibian development Go to
  • Early mammalian development Go to
  • Ecology Go to
  • Ecology of anaerobic bacteria and archaea Go to
  • Effectors Go to
  • Electron Transfer Go to
  • Embryonic development Go to
  • Embryonic development of Vertebrates Go to
  • EMBRYONIC MORPHOGENESIS Go to
  • Embryos Go to
  • Emotional and motivational behavior Go to
  • Endocytosis/membrane trafficking Go to
  • Endothelial cells Go to
  • Endothelial-to-haematopoietic transition Go to
  • Enhancement of the immune response and its relevance to vaccines Go to
  • Enzyme inhibitors Go to
  • Epidemiology and Public Health Go to
  • Epidermis Go to
  • Epigenetic control of gene expression Go to
  • Epigenetic control of gene expression Go to
  • Epigenetic gene control during tissue regeneration Go to
  • Epigenetics Go to
  • Epigenetics Go to
  • Epigenetics Go to
  • Epigenetics Go to
  • Epithelial biology Go to
  • Epithelial Cancer Go to
  • Epithelial cells Go to
  • Epithelial-mesenchymal interactions Go to
  • Epithelium morphogenesis Go to
  • Epstein-Barr virus Go to
  • Establishment of cell polarity in Drosophila Go to
  • Eukaryotic DNA replication and nuclear protein import Go to
  • Evolution and development Go to
  • EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY, CELL TYPE EVOLUTION, ANIMAL EVOLUTION, NERVOUS SYSTEM EVOLUTION, MARINE BIOLOGY Go to
  • Evolutionary biology Go to
  • Evolutionary biology Go to
  • Evolution of animals Go to
  • Evolution of cell types Go to
  • Evolution of the nervous system Go to
  • Experimental avian and mouse embryology Go to
  • Exploring the possible clinical utility of signal transduction antagonists Go to
  • Extravasation of lymphocytes Go to
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  • Facilitated evolution Go to
  • Fate mapping/lineage tracing Go to
  • Field cancerization Go to
  • Firefly luciferase Go to
  • FLESHY FRUIT DEVELOPMENT AND RIPENING Go to
  • Fleshy Fruit development Go to
  • Force generation by dynamic microtubules in-vitro and in-vivo Go to
  • Formation of new blood vessels (angiogenesis) Go to
  • Fruit genomics Go to
  • Fruit ripening Go to
  • Fruit set Go to
  • Functional genomics Go to
  • Function and regulation of Hox genes Go to
  • Functions of cytokines in vivo Go to
  • Fundamental genetics and biology of colorectal cancer (CRC) and their potential applications Go to
  • Fungal plant pathogens Go to
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  • Gametogenesis Go to
  • Gastrulation and cardiac developmental Go to
  • Gene expression Go to
  • Gene expression Go to
  • Gene expression Go to
  • Gene Expression Regulation, Plant Go to
  • Gene mapping Go to
  • Gene mapping Go to
  • Gene Regulation Go to
  • Gene regulation processes Go to
  • Gene regulatory mechanisms Go to
  • Gene Regulatory Networks Go to
  • Genes & Molecular Sequences Go to
  • Gene technology (genetic engineering projects aimed at improving yield stability and food quality of crops) Go to
  • Genetically modified food Go to
  • Genetic content of interbands Go to
  • Genetic disorders Go to
  • Genetic engineering Go to
  • Genetic engineering Go to
  • Genetic engineering Go to
  • Genetic engineering of plants Go to
  • Genetic fingerprinting Go to
  • Genetic knockout technology Go to
  • Genetic mechanism in cancer and in rare tumors such as Xeroderma Pigmentosus Go to
  • Genetic nomenclature Go to
  • Genetic predisposition to disease and cancer Go to
  • Genetics & Genealogy Go to
  • Genetics Go to
  • Genetics Go to
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  • Genetics Go to
  • Genetic underpinnings of cancer Go to
  • Genetic variability of organisms Go to
  • Gene transfer Go to
  • Genome organization and evolution in Drosophila Go to
  • GENOME ORGANIZATION AND STABILITY Go to
  • Genomics Go to
  • Genomics Go to
  • Genomics Go to
  • Genomics Go to
  • Genomics Go to
  • Germline immortality and telomere function Go to
  • Global health Go to
  • G protein-coupled receptors Go to
  • Growth and cell migration in the zebrafish Go to
  • Growth factors Go to
  • Growth Go to
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  • Haematology Go to
  • Haematopoietic microenvironment Go to
  • Haematopoietic stem cells Go to
  • Haematopoietic transcription factors Go to
  • Hair follicle Go to
  • Hedgehog signalling Go to
  • Hematopoiesis Go to
  • Hereditary diseases Go to
  • Heterochromatin formation Go to
  • Higher animal nervous and immune systems Go to
  • High throughput screenings: Neefjes performed various genetic and chemical screens to successfully find new targets and leads Go to
  • High throughput sequencing Go to
  • Histone methyltransferases Go to
  • Histone modifications Go to
  • Hormonal control of genes activity in the salivary gland cells of Drosophila Go to
  • Hormones signaling and response Go to
  • Horticulture Go to
  • Host cell gene expression Go to
  • Host specificity Go to
  • Human and mouse lymphocyte development, cytokines, transcription factors, in vivo models Go to
  • Human development Go to
  • Human genetics Go to
  • Human pluripotent stem cell biology Go to
  • HUMAN STEM CELLS, TISSUE ENGINEERING, REGENERATIVE MEDICINE Go to
  • Huntington's disease Go to
  • Hypoxia Go to
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  • Imaging by confocal, multiphoton and electron microscopy Go to
  • Immune regulation Go to
  • Immunochemistry, biology and genetics of the complement system Go to
  • Immunodeficiency diseases Go to
  • IMMUNOLOGY, CANCER BIOLOGY Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunology Go to
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  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunology: Mechanisms of control of MHC class I and MHC class II expression, bacterial control phagosomes Go to
  • Immunology of atherosclerosis with special emphasis on the autoantigenic role of heat shock proteins Go to
  • Immunology of fibrosis Go to
  • Immunology of renal and vascular disease Go to
  • Immunopathology Go to
  • Immunopathology, particularly in relation to systemic LE and to multiple sclerosis Go to
  • Immunotherapy Go to
  • Imprinting Go to
  • Induction Go to
  • Infection, immunology & inflammation Go to
  • Infections of the central nervous system Go to
  • Inflammation and fibrosis in muscle regeneration and muscular dystrophy Go to
  • Inflammation Go to
  • Inflammation Go to
  • Inflammation Go to
  • Inflammation Go to
  • Inflammation Go to
  • Inflammatory bowel disease Go to
  • Inflammatory cytokines Go to
  • Informational suppression and gene interaction Go to
  • Inhibitors of cell wall-degrading enzymes Go to
  • Innate immunity Go to
  • Innate lymphoid cells Go to
  • Insect sting allergy Go to
  • Insulin signaling Go to
  • Interleukin 6 Go to
  • Intravital imaging Go to
  • Invertebrate animals Go to
  • In vitro biology Go to
  • In vivo animal models (mouse, Drosophila melanogaster) Go to
  • iPS Go to
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  • Left-right asymmetry Go to
  • Life sciences Go to
  • LIFE SCIENCES Go to
  • Light-sheet microscopy Go to
  • Limb development and regeneration Go to
  • Limb regeneration Go to
  • Lipid cell biology Go to
  • Lipid domains, lipid rafts Go to
  • Lipid mediator signaling Go to
  • Lipid metabolism Go to
  • Lipid signalling: the glycerophosphoinositols as phosphoinositide metabolites involved in cell regulation Go to
  • Living Beings Go to
  • Long non coding RNA Go to
  • LRRK2 Go to
  • Lymphendothelial cells Go to
  • Lymphocytes Go to
  • Lymphocyte trafficking Go to
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  • Macrophage Go to
  • Mapping of human genes Go to
  • Mast cells Go to
  • Mechanism and regulation of non coding RNA function in mammalian cells Go to
  • Mechanism of action of drugs Go to
  • Mechanism of pre-messenger RNA splicing and links to transcription Go to
  • Mechanisms of action of drugs affecting plant growth and development Go to
  • Mechanisms of membrane fission Go to
  • Mechanisms of signal transduction and gene regulation Go to
  • Mechanisms of their transposition Go to
  • Mechanobiology Go to
  • Medical genetics Go to
  • MEDICAL GENETICS Go to
  • Medical genomics Go to
  • Medicine Go to
  • MEIOSIS Go to
  • Meiosis Go to
  • Membrane biology Go to
  • Membrane Biology Go to
  • MEMBRANE BIOLOGY Go to
  • Membrane biophysics and proteins Go to
  • Membrane fusion proteins Go to
  • Membrane lipid transport and sorting Go to
  • MEMBRANE TRANSPORT Go to
  • Membrane tube formation by molecular motors Go to
  • Metabolism of nitrate Go to
  • Metagenomics of complex microbial communities Go to
  • Metastasis Go to
  • Methods Go to
  • Methods Go to
  • Microbial ecology of anaerobic micro organism Go to
  • Microbial immunology. Particular topics include microbial subversion of the innate immune response and the immunology of measles Go to
  • Microbial physiology of nitrogen and methane cycle bacteria Go to
  • Microbiology and Immunology Go to
  • MICROBIOLOGY Go to
  • Microbiology Go to
  • Microbiology Go to
  • Microbiology Go to
  • Microbiology Go to
  • Microbiology Go to
  • microRNAs Go to
  • microRNAs in diabetes Go to
  • Microtubules of a Eukaryote cell Go to
  • miRNA Go to
  • Mitosis and meiosis Go to
  • Mitosis Go to
  • Mitosis Go to
  • Mitosis Go to
  • Mobile genetic elements of higher organisms Go to
  • Molecular analysis of floral architecture Go to
  • Molecular analysis of neuromuscular and neurological disorders Go to
  • Molecular and cellular mechanisms of neuronal differentiation and diversification Go to
  • Molecular and genetic analysis of development Go to
  • Molecular and pathogenic aspects of viral infections in man and animals Go to
  • Molecular basis of innate immunity Go to
  • Molecular biology & genetics Go to
  • Molecular biology Go to
  • Molecular Biology Go to
  • MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Go to
  • Molecular biology Go to
  • Molecular biology Go to
  • Molecular Biology Go to
  • Molecular biology Go to
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  • Molecular biology Go to
  • Molecular biology Go to
  • Molecular biology Go to
  • Molecular biology Go to
  • Molecular biology Go to
  • Molecular biology Go to
  • Molecular biology of herpes and retroviruses Go to
  • Molecular Biology of the Cell Go to
  • Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry Go to
  • Molecular Cell Biology Go to
  • Molecular cell biology Go to
  • Molecular Cell Biology Go to
  • Molecular control of heart and skeletal muscle development Go to
  • Molecular cytogenetics Go to
  • Molecular diagnostics Go to
  • Molecular endocrinology Go to
  • Molecular genetics Go to
  • Molecular genetics Go to
  • Molecular genetics Go to
  • Molecular machinery that drives cell division and controls cell shape Go to
  • Molecular mechanisms Go to
  • Molecular mechanisms in angiogenesis Go to
  • Molecular mechanisms of cellular transformation, with particular emphasis to signal transduction and signal attenuation by growth factor receptors under normal and neoplastic conditions, and in stem cells Go to
  • Molecular mechanisms of evolution of morphological novelties Go to
  • Molecular medicine Go to
  • MOLECULAR MEDICINE Go to
  • Molecular Medicine: Neefjes applied cell biology and next generation sequencing to find new modes of actions of anticancer drug Go to
  • Molecular networks Go to
  • Molecular networks in leukemia Go to
  • Molecular Neurobiology Go to
  • Molecular oncology Go to
  • Molecular pharmacology Go to
  • Molecular phytopathology Go to
  • MOLECULAR PLANT GENETICS Go to
  • Molecular population genetics Go to
  • Molecular recognition Go to
  • Molecular Sequence Data Go to
  • Molecular Signaling Go to
  • Molecular Virology Go to
  • Morpho-functional organization of intracellular membrane transport in living cells. Go to
  • Morphogenesis Go to
  • Morphogenesis Go to
  • Morphogenesis Go to
  • Morphogenesis of embryos Go to
  • Morphological differentiation Go to
  • Motor system development and function Go to
  • Mouse behavior Go to
  • Mouse genetics Go to
  • Mouse genetics Go to
  • Mouse models for human disease, humanized mice, HIV biology, tumor models Go to
  • Mouse models of human lymphomas Go to
  • Mouse mutants Go to
  • Mucosal immunology Go to
  • Muscle and heart formation Go to
  • Muscle Cell Biology (Skeletal and Cardiac Muscle) Go to
  • Muscle development Go to
  • Muscle gene and cell therapy Go to
  • Muscle Physiology Go to
  • Muscle stem cells in aging Go to
  • Muscular dystrophy Go to
  • Musculoskeletal diseases Go to
  • Mutation Go to
  • Myocarditis Go to
  • MYOGENIC CELL LINEAGES Go to
  • Myogenic cell lineages Go to
  • Myogenic determination Go to
  • Myopathy Go to
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  • Nanobiology Go to
  • Nano-scale measurements of the assembly dynamics of microtubules Go to
  • Natural variation Go to
  • Natural variation in Arabidopsis and barley Go to
  • Nature and fate of transcription products Go to
  • Neoplastic transformation Go to
  • Nervous system development Go to
  • Neural development (developmental neurobiology) Go to
  • NEURAL STEM CELLS Go to
  • Neural stem cells Go to
  • Neural stem cells Go to
  • Neurodegenerative diseases Go to
  • NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES Go to
  • Neurodegenerative diseases Go to
  • Neuroendocrine Signaling Go to
  • Neurogenesis Go to
  • Neuronal cell biology Go to
  • Neuronal circuit development, connectivity and function Go to
  • Neuronal circuit tracing by application of viral tools Go to
  • Neuron cytoskeleton Go to
  • Neuroscience & behavior Go to
  • Neuroscience Go to
  • Neurotransmitter release Go to
  • N-Fix system Go to
  • Niche Go to
  • Nitric oxide/nitric oxide synthases Go to
  • Nitrogen fixation Go to
  • Non-membrane bound cellular compartments Go to
  • Notch Go to
  • Notch signaling Go to
  • Notch signaling Go to
  • Notch signaling in early T cell development Go to
  • Nuclear and chromosome biology Go to
  • Nuclear pore complex Go to
  • Nuclear transplantation Go to
  • Nucleocytoplasmic Traffic Go to
  • Nutrition Go to
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  • Oncogene-induced responses Go to
  • Oncogenes Go to
  • Oncology Go to
  • Oogenesis Go to
  • Optical tweezers-based measurements of actin and microtubule forces Go to
  • Organ regeneration Go to
  • Oxidation Go to
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  • Papilloma virus Go to
  • PARL Go to
  • PARPs Go to
  • Pathology Go to
  • Pathology Go to
  • Pathology Go to
  • Pathology Go to
  • Pathophysiology of AIDS Go to
  • Pathophysiology of cancer Go to
  • Pattern formation Go to
  • PDGF receptor Go to
  • Pericentric and intercalary heterochromatin Go to
  • Personalised medicine Go to
  • Photosynthesis Go to
  • Physiological ecology of plants in the tropics, ecophysiology of photosynthesis Go to
  • Physiology Go to
  • Physiology Go to
  • Physiology Go to
  • pink-1 Go to
  • Planar cell polarity Go to
  • Plant and microbial genetics Go to
  • Plant & Animal Science Go to
  • Plant behaviour Go to
  • Plant Biology Go to
  • Plant Biotechnology Go to
  • Plant biotechnology Go to
  • Plant biotechnology Go to
  • Plant cell biology Go to
  • PLANT CELL BIOLOGY Go to
  • Plant cell biology Go to
  • Plant cell cycle control Go to
  • Plant cell wall Go to
  • PLANT DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY Go to
  • Plant developmental biology Go to
  • PLANT ECOPHYSIOLOGY Go to
  • Plant genetics and physiology Go to
  • PLANT GENETICS Go to
  • Plant Genetics Go to
  • Plant genomics Go to
  • Plant genomics Go to
  • Plant hormone signaling Go to
  • Plant immunity Go to
  • Plant metabolism Go to
  • PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Go to
  • Plant molecular biology Go to
  • Plant-pathogen interactions Go to
  • Plant physiology Go to
  • Plant physiology Go to
  • Plant physiology Go to
  • Plant physiology Go to
  • Plant Proteins Go to
  • PLANT SCIENCE Go to
  • Plant systems biology Go to
  • Platelet reactivity/platelet proteomics Go to
  • Pluripotent stem cells Go to
  • Polarity Go to
  • Polymorphism, Restriction Fragment Length Go to
  • Position effect variegation Go to
  • Positioning of microtubule asters and spindles due to pushing and pulling forces in "artificial cells" Go to
  • Post-traslational modifications: role of endogenous mono-ADP-ribosylation in cell regulation Go to
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