Thymic cancer

Thymic cancer

November 09, 2022

Origin of a rare disease identified

Mapping RNA signatures in neurons

Max Planck researchers show the precise temporal protein orchestration for correct brain development more

Maintaining the brain’s maturity

Researchers identify neuronal granules as guards of the adult nervous system more

Makrophage, die von Salmonellen(magenta) befallen ist. Farblich abgesetzt sind die Organellen (Mitochondrien in blau und Lysosomen in magenta) dargestellt.

How communication between lysosomes and mitochondria controls Salmonella growth in macrophages more

The quietest stem cells are the most powerful

How hyaluronic acid protects your stem cells from proliferative stress more

Asifa Akhtar, Vice President of the Max Planck Society and director at the Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics

Asifa Akhtar is Vice President of the Max Planck Society and head of the Max Planck Presidential Commission on Equal Opportunities. In this interview, she talks about her engagement for a cultural change towards more diversity and inclusion at the Max Planck Society. A plea to dare more diversity and inclusion. more

Secrets of thymus formation revealed

Max Planck researchers identify epithelial stem cells that control the growth of the thymus at different stages of life more

Multicolored outlines of macrophages distributing as a network in a mouse lymph node.

Max Planck researchers investigate mechanisms controlling macrophage network movement in tissues more

The Domino effect

The Domino effect

December 01, 2021

How a maternal protein is required to activate the genome of the embryo more

Stem cells: you are what you eat

Freiburg stem cell research shows how a vitamin A waste product regulates cell functions in blood formation more

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