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Optogenetics in the cell nucleus: "My brain just BLinCRed"
Nov 13/2017 - Our paper on using an optogenetics approach to trace transcription activation in living cells in real-time has been published now in the Journal of Cell Science. more...

RNA glue for the protein assembly line
October 10, 2015 - The paper by Maiwen and Teresa on intronic Alu repeat containing RNAs are needed to keep the nucleolus in shape has been published in The EMBO Journal, along with a News & Views article and a cover image. more...

CSB2 Prize in Sysctems Biology
July 8, 2015 - Karsten Rippe was laureate of the CSB2 Prize sponsored by Merrimack Pharmaceuticals. more...

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Chromatin Networks

Research focus

The Chromatin Networks division at the BioQuant is an interdisciplinary research team from the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ). We combine molecular/cell biology and physics to develop quantitative descriptions that relate the dynamic organization of the (epi)genome with gene expression programs and functional cell states.



RNA in Chromatin Structure Epigenetic Networks Alternative Lengthening of Telomeres Chromatin Remodelers Chromatin Fibers Fluorescence Imaging Modeling of DNA Accessibility Single Cell Manipulations Fluctuation Microscopy Deep Sequencing