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Foreword to the book: "Biotechnology of Extremophiles"

Prof. Antranikian contributed the forword to the book "Biotechnology of Extremophiles - Advances and Challenges", edited by P. Rampelotto. This book was just published at Springer. Our chapter on "Lipolytic Enzymes" is also part of this book!

Master project: Jaqueline Schreiber

Jaqueline started her Master project: She will clone genes encoding glycoside hydrolases and characterize the respective enzymes. Welcome!

Two new BTA trainees join our institute

Alina Krull and Feline te Heesen started their 4-month projects. Welcome!

Evolutionary developmental biology

Skander highlights recent research on the evolution of the teleostei's heart. The short commentary entitled "Eine Kopie des Elastin-Gens steuert die Entwicklung der glatten Muskulatur im Herz der Teleostei" will be published in Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau! Congratulations! Elleuche 2016

Iryna's paper has been accepted

Iryna's paper entitled "Is it possible to optimize the protein production yield by the generation of homomultimeric fusion enzymes?" has been accepted for publication in SpringerPlus. Congratulations! Barshakh and Elleuche 2016

News

Foreword to the book: "Biotechnology of Extremophiles"

Prof. Antranikian contributed the forword to the book "Biotechnology of Extremophiles - Advances and Challenges", edited by P. Rampelotto. This book was just published at Springer. Our chapter on "Lipolytic Enzymes" is also part of this book!

Master project: Jaqueline Schreiber

Jaqueline started her Master project: She will clone genes encoding glycoside hydrolases and characterize the respective enzymes. Welcome!

Two new BTA trainees join our institute

Alina Krull and Feline te Heesen started their 4-month projects. Welcome!

Evolutionary developmental biology

Skander highlights recent research on the evolution of the teleostei's heart. The short commentary entitled "Eine Kopie des Elastin-Gens steuert die Entwicklung der glatten Muskulatur im Herz der Teleostei" will be published in Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau! Congratulations! Elleuche 2016

Iryna's paper has been accepted

Iryna's paper entitled "Is it possible to optimize the protein production yield by the generation of homomultimeric fusion enzymes?" has been accepted for publication in SpringerPlus. Congratulations! Barshakh and Elleuche 2016