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2016.07.08 | Awards

Caroline Neumann wins poster prize at the “Conference on the Crystallization of Biological Macromolecules”

Caroline Neumann, PhD student in Poul Nissen’s group, won the prize for best poster at the 16th International Conference on the Crystallization of Biological Macromolecules, which took place 2-7 July, 2016, in Prague, Czech Republic. The title of her poster was “Investigations into the binding site promiscuity of MhsT”. The conference focuses on…

2016.07.08 | Research news

New publication from Anders Nykjær's group - The proneurotrophin receptor sortilin is required for Mycobacterium tuberculosis control by macrophages

Sorting of luminal and membrane proteins into phagosomes is critical for the immune function of this organelle. However, little is known about the mechanisms that contribute to the spatiotemporal regulation of this process. Here, we investigated the role of the proneurotrophin receptor sortilin during phagosome maturation and mycobacterial…

2016.07.07 | People

Poul Nissen elected for EMBL's Scientific Advisory Committee

Prof. Poul Nissen, core group leader and director of DANDRITE, has been elected as a member of the EMBL's Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC), which is EMBL's chief advisory body on scientific matters. Poul Nissen has been elected for a three-year term starting from 1 January 2017.

2016.07.05 | News from the management

DANDRITE's Annual Report 2015

It is a great pleasure to present the Annual Report 2015, which is the third annual report from DANDRITE - the Danish Research Institute of Translational Neuroscience, the Danish node of the Nordic-EMBL Partnership for Molecular Medicine. The Annual Report is available online as an electronic pdf file.

2016.07.05 | News from the management

Job opportunity at NCMM/EMBL - Communication Officer

Application deadline September 2, 2016. The Communication Officer at the Nordic EMBL Partnership is a newly established position aligned with the Partnership’s mission and aimed to enhance international awareness of and showcase the vibrant Nordic molecular medicine research. The successful candidate will help shape the voice and shared identity…

2016.07.05 | Research news

Danish database will make research reproducible

Thousands of biological and medical research projects end up being discarded annually because scientists have the wrong antibodies available in the laboratory. The research group at the Department of Biomedicine, Aarhus University, lead by DANDRITE Affiliated Researcher Simon Glerup, is behind the new database, which aims to help researchers…

2016.07.01 | People

New postdoc at DANDRITE

Mateusz Dyla started as a postdoc in Team Leader Magnus Kjærgaard's group per 1 July 2016. Mateusz will investigate the structural dynamics of the intra-cellular domains of glutamate receptors using single-molecule FRET technique. He will also work on developing assays to measure effective concentrations in signalling complexes. The aim of the…

(a) Purification strategy, (b) experimental methods used for structure determination, and (c) crystallisation methods used for eukaryotic membrane proteins over the last 2 years. Inset summarises the breakdown of usage for the polyHis, FLAG and StrepII entries in (a), respectively. Total values for each entry are indicated over the respective bar.

2016.06.29 | Research news

New publication from Poul Nissen's group - Expression strategies for structural studies of eukaryotic membrane proteins

In collaboration with Bjørn Pedersen's group, Aarhus University. Integral membrane proteins in eukaryotes are central to various cellular processes and key targets in structural biology, biotechnology and drug development. However, the number of available structures for eukaryotic membrane protein belies their physiological importance. Recently,…

2016.06.15 | People

New postdoc at DANDRITE

Katherine Gill started as a postdoc in Mark Denham's group per 1 June 2016. Her research focus is on modelling Parkinson’s Disease with human induced pluripotent stem cells. Using in vitro stem cell-based models for PD and next generation sequencing technology they will investigate the molecular mechanisms underlying PD. 

2016.06.15 | People

New postdoc at DANDRITE

Charlotte Skovgaard Sørensen started as a postdoc in Team Leader Magnus Kjærgaard's group per 1 June 2016. Charlotte will investigate the functional and structural properties of linking domains in protein complexes and how these properties affects the effective concentrations in signaling complexes.

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