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    Chair of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

    Welcome to our Department

    Our research focuses on the control of cell growth and proliferation and its deregulation in human tumors.

    We study transcription factors such as Myc and SREBP proteins that control gene expression programs involved in central biological processes such as cell cycle progression, apoptosis, protein translation and metabolism.

    Our work aims to understand how these factors work and how they are regulated and to use this knowledge for novel strategies for tumor therapy.

    The department is part of the
    Comprehensive Cancer Center Mainfranken.

    Event Announcements

    CCC Seminarreihe

    Decoding and Exploiting Aberrant Transcription Leukemia
    Referent: Johannes Zuber, IMP Research Institute of Molecular Pathology, Wien
    Ort: Biozentrum Universität Würzburg, Hörsaal A 102
    23. November 2017 17:00 c.t.
    Organisator: GSLS - CCC - FOR 2314 Seminarreihe

    mRNA cap regulation in Embryonic Stem Cell and T Cell fate
    Referent: Victoria Cowling, School of Life Science, University of Dundee
    Ort: Biozentrum Universität Würzburg, Hörsaal A 102
    14. Dezember 2017 17:00 c.t.
    Organisator: GSLS - CCC - FOR 2314 Seminarreihe

    New Publications

    Jennifer M. Gerlach, Michael Furrer, Maria Gallant, Dirk Birkel, Apoorva Baluapuri, Elmar Wolf, and Peter Gallant (2017) PAF1 complex component Leo1 helps recruit Drosophila Myc to promoters, PNAS, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1705816114

    Klein-Hessling, S., Muhammad, K., Klein, M., Pusch, T., Rudolf, R., Floter, J., Qureischi, M., Beilhack, A., Vaeth, M., Kummerow, C., Backes, C., Schoppmeyer, R., Hahn, U., Hoth, M., Bopp, T., Berberich-Siebelt, F., Patra, A., Avots, A., Muller, N., Schulze, A. & Serfling, E. (2017) NFATc1 controls the cytotoxicity of CD8+ T cells, Nature Communication 8, 511.

    Dejure, F.R., Royla, N., Herold, S., Kalb, J., Walz, S., Ade, C.P., Mastrobuoni, G., Vanselow, J., Schlosser, A., Wolf, E., Kempa, S., and Eilers, M. (2017) The 3’-UTR of MYC couples RNA polymerase II function to ribonucleotide levels. EMBO J, Apr 13 doi:10.15252/embj.201796662. [Epub ahead of print]

    Ros, S., Flöter, J., Kaymak, I., Da Costa, C., Houddane, A., Dubuis, S., Griffiths, B., Mitter, R., Walz, S., Blake, S., Behrens, A., Brindle, KM., Zamboni, N., Rider, M.H. and Schulze, A., (2017) 6-phosphofructo-2-kinase/fructose-2,6-biphosphatase 4 is essential for p53-null cancer cells, Oncogene, doi: 10.1038/onc.2016.477

    Open Positions

    If you are interested in working with us, please contact our administrative assistant, Rosemarie Roeder, or contact the person you would like to work with directly.

    Prof. Dr. Martin Eilers

    Dr. Markus E. Diefenbacher

    Dr. Peter Gallant

    Prof. Dr. Almut Schulze

    PD Dr. Armin Wiegering

    Dr. Elmar Wolf -> Open Positions

    Contact

    Lehrstuhl für Biochemie und Molekularbiologie
    Am Hubland
    97074 Würzburg

    Phone: +49 931 31-84112
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