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Folder Prof. Dr. N. Pfanner
(Executive Director Institute of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and Director of Biochemistry I) investigates the mechanisms of protein sorting and folding in the cell, in particular the targeting and assembly of mitochondrial proteins.
Folder Prof. Dr. S. Rospert
(Director of Biochemistry II) identifies and characterizes proteins associating with ribosoms and investigates their interactions with newly synthesized polypeptide chains.
Folder Prof. Dr. C. Hunte
Structure, mechanism and function of membrane proteins involved in ion transport and cellular respiration and their interaction with signalling pathways
Folder Prof. Dr. H.-G. Koch
investigates the insertion and assembly of membrane proteins and studies the cellular stress response.
Folder Prof. Dr. C. Kraft
investigates the molecular machinery of autophagy, the cellular waste disposal system.
Folder Prof. Dr. C. Meisinger
Investigates various topics of mitochondrial biogenesis and function in health and disease with a focus on signalling processes, protein transport mechanisms and organellar and suborganellar proteomics.
Folder Prof. Dr. M. Müller
studies the mechanism of transport of proteins across and insertion into membranes.
Folder Prof. Dr. N. Wiedemann
characterizes sorting of proteins in the mitochondrial outer membrane and essential mitochondrial proteins.
Folder PD Dr. T. Becker
investigates the sorting and assembly machinery of the mitochondrial outer membrane.
Folder Dr. F. Edlich
investigates mitochondrial apoptosis regulation by conformational changes in Bcl-2 proteins.
Folder Dr. N. Vögtle
investigates the role of the mitochondrial presequence proteases under physiological and pathophysiological conditions.
Folder Prof. (em.) Dr. R. Brandsch
investigates two topics: * the biogenesis of covalently flavinylated enzymes and their role as autoantigens in humans, * the regulation of expression and the function of molybdopterin cofactor biosynthetic enzymes on catabolic plasmids.
Folder Prof. (em.) Dr. K. Decker
studies the 3D-structure of a bacterial flavoprotein.
Folder Prof. (em.) Dr. P.C. Heinrich
Mechanisms and regulation of signal transduction via the JAK-STAT pathway mediated by inflammatory cytokines
Folder Prof. (em.) Dr. M. Tropschug
studies the cellular roles of peptidyl-prolyl-cis-trans-isomerases.
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