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3D structures of large molecules, Electronic teaching aids, Enzymes and artificial enzymes, Nanobiotechnology (Automated micro- and nanoliter crystallisation), Nuclein acids, Peptides, Protein structure (Protein and nucleic acid crystallography), Protein synthesis (Ribosome structure and function), RNA, Robots (Automated crystallisation screening), Structural Analysis (Visualisation and comparison of protein structures), Teaching goals and methods, Turnover and modification of RNA (RNA metabolism and -decay), X-ray crystallography
3D structures of large molecules, Antioxidants, Biochemistry (2D gel electrophoresis, Extracellular matrix, Insoluble protein structures, Mass spectrometry, Protein chemistry, proteolytic enzymes, Proteomics), Blood, Cancer, Cerebral and nervous system, Corneal dystrophy, Enzymer, Eyes, Proteomics
Bioinformatics, Ecotoxicology (Animal testing alternatives), Functional nanomaterials (Synthesis and Characterisation of Nanomaterials), Immune system (Earthworms, Zebrafish), Nanotoxicology, Proteomics (Nanoparticle-protein corona), Signals between and inside cells, Stress and evolution genetics
3D structures of large molecules, Biochemistry, Biology, Development of new drugs, Enzymes and artificial enzymes, Evolution, Membrane proteins, Membrane proteins, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Molecular medicine, Molecular microbiology, Molecular pumps, Molecules and atoms, Nanobiotechnology, Nanomedicine, Nanotechnology and Nanoscience, Pharmaceuticals, Pharmacology, Protein structure, Protein synthesis, RNA, X-ray crystallography, X-ray radiation
3D structures of large molecules, Atomic force microscopy (AFM), Biotechnology, Corneal dystrophy, Development of new drugs, Functional nanomaterials, Lipids, Membrane proteins, Membrane proteins, Milk proteins, Molecular medicine, Nanobiotechnology, Protein structure, Self-assembling systems
Ageing (anti-aging, cosmetics, nutraceuticals, cosmeceuticals), Alternative treatment, Bones, muscles, joints, Bones, muscles, joints, Cell biology (skin, bone, brain), Development of new drugs (Anti-ageing compounds, kinetin), Genetics (Genes, longevity, ageing, aging, anti-aging, health, skin, lifespan), Geriatrics, Lifestyle illnesses, Lifestyle illnesses, Medical ethics, Molecular medicine, Nutrition, Pharmaceuticals, Prophylaxis (stress, hormesis, hormetin), Protein synthesis (Protein degradation, proteasome, lysosome), Skin (skin), Skin, Skin, Sport, Stress (Hormesis, hormetin, autophagy)
The Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics (MBG)
is located at five different addresses:
at the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics
Tel.: +45 8715 0000
VAT ("moms") number: 31 11 91 03
"Stedkode" (departmental id number): 2802