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News Buch Berlin

Inhibitor of lipid kinase PI3KC2α identified as potential new treatment of thrombosis

The lipid kinase PI3KC2α is a potential pharmacological target for the treatment of thrombosis and, possibly, cancer. Researchers from the Leibniz-Forschungsinstitut für Molekulare Pharmakologie (FMP)...

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Dense and permeable: molecular organization of tight junctions decoded

They seal epithelial cells and, under certain conditions, allow the passage of ions and water: Tight junctions form a paracellular barrier in tissues and their dysfunction is associated with diseases ...

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Million euro support for MyoPax

MyoPax, a new spin-off of the Max Delbrück Center and Charité, receives a 1.3 million euros loan to jump-start its entrepreneurial activities. The start-up develops regenerative therapies for previous...

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Events Buch Berlin

25.09.2022, 15:00
"Wildnis am Stadtrand - ehemalige Rieselfelder

mit Antonia Gerke und Gastexperten

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25.09.2022, 19:00
Benefizkonzert: The Revival Gospel Choir

26.09.2022, 14:00
Kreative Workshops in der Stadtteilbibliothek Buch

Ab 15 Jahren: Wöchentliche Workshops, die verschiedene Künste kombinieren (Sticken, Tanzen, Zeichnen). Mit Hilfe von Künstlern experimentieren wir mit verschiedenen Arten des Geschichtenerzählens, wir...

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