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FBN colloquium "Influence of birth weight on early postnatal muscle development and satellite cell fate in pigs"

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A colloquium will take place on the 12.11.2018: "Influence of birth weight on early postnatal muscle development and satellite cell fate in pigs".

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Two new joint collaborative research projects about to start

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The University of Greifswald and the Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology in Dummerstorf are intensifying their cooperation.

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FBN colloquium "Biomechanics of voiced sound production in birds"

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A colloquium will take place on the 05.11.2018: "Biomechanics of voiced sound production in birds".

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FBN colloquium "Hypoxia and hypoxia inducible factor 1‐alpha (HIF1A): Implications in follicular function and corpus luteum formation"

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A colloquium will take place on the 29.10.2018: "Hypoxia and hypoxia inducible factor 1‐alpha (HIF1A): Implications in follicular function and corpus...

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FBN colloquium "Protein detection and quantification in tissues: pitfalls and solution strategies"

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A colloquium will take place on the 22.10.2018: "Protein detection and quantification in tissues: pitfalls and solution strategies".

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Biomedical research continues to develop rapidly - resources to be pooled in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (MV)

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Dummerstorf scientists hold international workshop on future technology of molecular biology NGS (October 8)

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FBN colloquium "The role of epigenetics in host‐pathogen interactions"

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A colloquium will take place on the 15.10.2018: "The role of epigenetics in host‐pathogen interactions".

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Biologist heads new junior research group "Growth Physiology of Fishes”

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Leibniz Institute in Dummerstorf expands its research spectrum

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FBN colloquium "Organogenesis in a dish – zebrafish models delineate molecular mechanisms of thyroid gland development"

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A colloquium will take place on the 24.09.2018: "Organogenesis in a dish – zebrafish models delineate molecular mechanisms of thyroid gland...

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