Nutzung des menschlichen Peptidoms zur Entwicklung neuer antimikrobieller und anti-Krebs Therapeutika

Das menschliche Peptidom (d.h. die Gesamtheit aller Peptide im menschlichen Körper) umfasst Millionen verschiedener Verbindungen, die zahlreiche physiologische und pathologische Prozesse steuern. Peptide sind insbesondere Schlüsselregulatoren und Effektoren der angeborenen und adaptiven Immunität und modulieren das Überleben und die metastatische Ausbreitung von Krebszellen. Bis heute wurde nur ein kleiner Teil aller endogenen Peptide funktionell charakterisiert. Somit stellt das Peptidom eine kaum erforschte und nahezu unbegrenzte Quelle für die Entdeckung neuer Bioeffektoren dar. Hauptziel des beantragten SFB ist es daher, das menschliche Peptidom zur Entdeckung von Peptiden zu nutzen, die wichtig für die Abwehr und Bekämpfung von Infektionserkrankungen und Krebs sind und diese mittels neuer Technologien für translationale in vivo Anwendungen zu optimieren.

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Grand visit - Grant accepted
On July 22nd, CRC 1279 welcomed Dr. Beatrice Hahn, a Professor of Medicine at the Perelman School of Medicine in Philadelphia and a leading AIDS researcher worldwide.


by Kristina Hopfensperger | August 19, 2019


No risk, no breakthrough
Congratulations to CRC 1279 project leader Prof. Dr. Martin Plenio! The ‘Deutsche Forschungs-gemeinschaft’ (DFG) recently awarded Prof. Plenio with a Reinhart Koselleck project and will thus support him with about 1.5 million Euro funding within the next five years.

by Kristina Hopfensperger | August 01, 2019


Ceremonial opening of the new Center for Quantum- and Biosciences

The prime minister of Baden Wuerttemberg Winfried Kretschmann and financial secretary Gisela Splett formally handed over the new Center for Quantum- and Biosciences to Ulm University.

by Kristina Hopfensperger | July 12, 2019


Simply the best

Prof. Dr. Holger Barth wins students teaching award for ‘best lecturer’ for his toxicology lecture within the study program of Molecular Medicine at Eberhard Karls University Tübingen.

by Kristina Hopfensperger | June 19, 2019


CRC1279 Students went to Lindemberg

At the feet of the Bavarian Alps and right outside the town of Lindenberg in the Allgäu, the first CRC 1279 student retreat took place on May 16th-17th.

by Mattheo Bosso | June 30, 2019


And the Poster Award goes to … Dr. Janis Müller

Dr. Janis Müller received one of two Poster Prizes at the 29th Annual Meeting of the German Society for Virology (GfV) in Düsseldorf, Germany.


by Kristina Hopfensperger | March 28, 2019


Time to say goodbye… and hello Kristina!

Annika Röcker, so far responsible for Public Relations and Event reports of the CRC homepage, will leave us by the end of March 2019. Luckily, Kristina Hopfensperger will take over.

by Dr. Annika Röcker, Kristina Hopfensperger and Prof. Dr. Frank Kirchhoff


Kontakt



SFB Geschäftsstelle
Kristina Wohllaib
Tel.: 0731 500 65151
mail: kristina.wohllaib@uni-ulm.de


Sprecher:
Kirchhoff, Frank, Prof. Dr.
Institute of Molecular Virology
Ulm University Medical Center
Meyerhofstr. 1
89081 Ulm
Tel.: 0731 50065150
mail: frank.kirchhoff@uni-ulm.de

    CRC 1279 Upcoming Events


  • 23rd of September 2019
    CRC 1279 Monday Seminar series with Prof. Yuxian He (cancelled)

    title to be announced
    Place: Multimedia Room, N27 Time: 15h00
  • 1st of October 2019
    Wine and cheese meeting

    open for PhD students and postdocs involved in the CRC
    Place: N27 Time: 17h00

  • For more information and previous CRC1279 Monday Seminars klick here

Building the CRC1279 Webpage


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Kristina Hopfensperger: kristina.hopfensperger@uni-ulm.de
PhD student at the institute of Molecular Virology Ulm


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Dr. Dré van der Merwe:
dre.van-der-merwe@uni-ulm.de
Lab Manager at the institute of Molecular Virology Ulm


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fabian.zech@uni-ulm.de
PhD student at the institute of Molecular Virology Ulm