Author: sim

Invitation to RNA day in Bergen!

We are organising together with Juliana Nardelli, Torben Kallesoe and Max Pietschmann a lectures and discussion day on 8th of December at Bygg for Biologiske Basalfag in Bergen. Lucas and Andreas will also present their user perspective insights! Please register…

Book Chapter: Targeted Gene Silencing by Using GapmeRs in Differentiating Human-Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (hiPSC) Toward Pancreatic Progenitors

Induced pluripotent stem cells as a source for generating pancreatic islet endocrine cells represent a great research tool for deciphering the molecular mechanisms of lineage commitment, a layered multi-step process. Additionally, targeted gene silencing by using GapmeRs, short antisense oligonucleotides,…

Welcome Natalie, Fatemeh and Ann Charlotte!

Fatemeh Rahmatabadi and Ann Charlotte Farbergshagen, currently students at Master in Biomedical Sciences, and Natalie Kavli, following Master in Molecular Biology will start one year internship in our lab (2023-2024). They will work with Andreas, Thomas and Lucas to be…

Collection: Patterning and polarity in morphogenesis

We have the pleasure to co-edit a Joint Collection at Communication Biology and Scientific Reports on Patterning and Polarity in Morphogenesis The collection will be edited by 4 Editors: Simona Chera, Caroline Formstone,┬áVladimir Korzh & Edwina McGlinn This Collection welcomes…