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Molecularly defined dendritic cell-targeted vaccines for cancer immunotherapy
Interpreting genomic variation using protein structures and evolutionary information.
Metabolisme the the “sweet spot” of stress tolerance.
Innate immune cell reprogramming in cardiovascular disease: Getting to the marrow
A clinical perspective on hepcidin: measurement, regulation and protection.
Changing perspectives on uterine immunity.
Chromatin accessibility and gene regulation in early Xenopus development.
Optimizing patient outcomes of pelvic fractures; measuring Health-related Quality of Life and 3D printing.
Genetic childhood cancer predisposition. Towards better detection and understanding.
Nutritional assessment and dietary interventions in adult patients with mitochondrial disease.
The versatility of the mitochondrial proteome.
Cellular Logistics in Glycosylation Disorders.
Exploring novel predisposing factors for fungal infections.
Protein-rich meal service to support peri-hospital patient care.
Studies on impaired awareness of hypoglycemia in people with diabetes.
Sparking the immune system. The role of catestatin and MHC-I signaling in the immune response.
Regulation of Pluripotency in Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells.
The road to treatment optimization in pediatric nephrology - A special focus on nephrotic syndrome.
Exploring novel mechanisms causing mitochondrial disorders through functional genomics
Secrets of T-cell crowds: How complexity emerges in T-cell repertoires and T-cell migration.
Identifying and characterizing hereditary polyposis and colorectal cancer: Mutational signatures of defective base excision repair.
Mechanistic insights into the piRNA machinery in Aedes mosquitoes.
Immunopathology of Q fever fatigue syndrome.
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