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Marte will be working on a project with Michael Habeck entitled "Determinants of Na+ affinity in alpha1 and alpha3 isoforms of Na,K-ATPase". They work with Na+,K+-ATPase chimeras to understand the basis of high vs. low Na+ affinity between the housekeeping alpha1 isoform and the neuron-specific alpha3 isoform, which has low Na+ affinity and therefore activity that only kicks in at higher Na+ concentrations in firing neurons. With alpha3 specific amino acids clustered in cytoplasmic domains far away from the ion-binding sites we aim at exchanging those domains with the corresponding ones from alpha1 in order to generate a version of alpha3 with high Na-affinity. We hope that these investigations will strengthen our understanding of Na,K-ATPase isoform not just under physiological but also pathophysiological conditions.
A newly published systematic review article collects extensive 30 years of protein research related to Alzheimer’s disease. As such, it delivers a complex, in-depth, and high-quality map of where and how to navigate the research forward.
The Department of Biomedicine has just opened a call for three new positions: a Professorship, a tenured Assistant Professorship, and an Associate Professorship with an application deadline on 15 March 2023.
In January 2023, DANDRITE welcomed a new, fourth member of senior management, Professor Jelena Radulovic.
How do you go from someone supervised to someone supervising?
A group of 24 Ph.Ds., postdocs, and assistant professors from DANDRITE and PROMEMO participated in a workshop to learn just that. Associate Professor Mette Krogh Christensen facilitated and shared her scientific insights on the theme.
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Internal Meeting at DANDRITE with two scientific presentations.
Professor Yonglun Luo, Dept. of Biomedicine
Ph.D. Michael Woo, Kvitsiani Lab
Linking molecular cell biology, biophysics and structural biology at Aarhus University
We welcome all scientists within the Nordic EMBL Partnership, and their local collaborators, to join our online seminars and clinics covering topics…
Professor Ditte Demontis, Dept. of Biomedicine
A representative from Hanne Poulsen's…
Open meeting for DANDRITE staff and students where we discuss local challenges with diversity, equality and inclusion and develop solutions.
Young DANDRITE (YoDA) invites you to a Friday bar! Bring your friends, colleagues, your HAPPY Friday vibes and join for a beer or any drink of your…
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The Nordic EMBL Partnership was awarded funding from NordForsk as part of its Partnership Hub Infrastructure call. The funding is designed to help increase knowledge transfer and interactions across the Nordic EMBL Partnership.
The Nordic EMBL Partnership for Molecular Medicine, where DANDRITE is the Danish node, is one of EMBL's partnerships, aiming to leverage the EMBL model together with the strengths of the partners, to create an interlinked system of excellent institutions that enhance molecular life science in Europe and the world.