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Professor Thomas Blankenstein and Dr. Martin Vaegler are developing a new cancer treatmentThe human immune system is trained to distinguish between “self” and “non-self” and to destroy foreign structures. By means of anchor molecules (receptors) of T cells, it recognizes antigens of bacteria or viruses and thus can target and
Professor Simone Spuler, MD, and Dr. Stefan Kempa explore rare muscle disordersIn many cases, it is not yet possible to treat muscle disorders because the causes of muscle loss (dystrophy) have not yet been sufficiently elucidated. This is true for the around 400 genetic muscle diseases, each of which is rare, but also for
Dr. Leif Schröder detects cancer cells with the aid of a noble gasTo make cancer cells visible for diagnosis, the medical physicist Dr. Leif Schröder uses the same xenon gas for his research that is used in the headlights of modern cars. The brightness factor of the gas plays an important role, and the gas is magnetically altered by laser. In combination with molecules
Nicole Folesky organizes the workflow in 11 university outpatient units of the CharitéCare manager Nicole Folesky organizes the smooth operation of the various university outpatient units on Campus Berlin-Buch – a place where clinical research and basic research are closely intertwined. The university outpatient units are part of
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