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2015.05.27 - Press release

65-Year Old Berlin Woman Gives Birth to Quintuplets

For the first time ever, a 65-year old woman has given birth to quadruplets. The infants were delivered on Tuesday, May 19, at the CharitéUniversitätsmedizin Berlin via C-section during read more …

Functional units (TADs) with intact shield in a health genome (top) and shifted boundary caused by a mutation (bottom), Graphic: Thomas Splettstoesser, © Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics

2015.05.12 - Press release

Genetic Diseases Shift Boundaries in the Genome

Scientists at the CharitéUniversitätsmedizin Berlin and the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics (MPIMG) have discovered that disruptions of regulatory functional units of the read more …

2015.04.30 - Press release

Mini Molecules Control Protein Production

The precise amount of a protein that is produced by a cell is controlled and regulated by way of small RNA molecules. This phenomenon was discovered by scientists at the Charitéread more …

2015.04.16 - Press release

Diversity of Plasma Cell Types Discovered in Bone Marrow

Scientists at the CharitéUniversitätsmedizin Berlin and the German Rheumatism Research Center have, for the first time, discovered a surprising diversity in terms of the various types of read more …

2015.03.31 - Press release

Bacterium E. coli-536 – Unwelcome Guest in the Intestine

Scientists at the CharitéUniversitätsmedizin Berlin are deciphering a heretofore unknown mechanism in the context of chronic inflammatory bowel disease. The coli bacteria that produce the read more …

Ultraschallbild der Darmwand mit einem verengten Abschnitt (Stenose). Die Darmwandeigenschaften werden von der Elastographie in Echtzeit farbkodiert, wobei Blau härteres Gewebe anzeigt. (Copyright:…

2015.03.30 - Press release

Elastography Improves Therapy for Crohn's Disease

Intestinal tissue changes in patients suffering from Crohn's disease can now be reliably diagnosed on the basis of an innovative method called 'elastography'. Scientists at the Charitéread more …

2015.03.26 - Press release

The higher the immunization coverage, the lower the rate of sudden infant death

Scientists at the CharitéUniversitätsmedizin Berlin evaluated long-term scientific surveys and identified a relationship between vaccination trends and rates of sudden infant death read more …

3-D-Darstellung von Tumorzellen durch neuen photoakustischen Scanner (Bild: Laufer)

2015.03.12 - Press release

Photoacoustic Imaging Able to Visualize Deep Tissues

Photoacoustic imaging makes it possible to visualize cells and tissues as three-dimensional images. In the past, this technique has been used mainly to visualize blood vessels. However, tumor read more …

Normale Gehirnentwicklung mit sichtbaren axonalen Verbindungen (links), fehlende Nervenstränge (rechts). Copyright Charité

2015.03.06 - Press release

Connections within the Brain

Proteins play an important role in establishing connections between the nerve cells, particularly the protein called SIP1. In its absence, the growth of neuronal connections is delayed and read more …

2015.02.02 - Press release

Promising new diagnostic method for invasive fungal infections

Scientists at the CharitéUniversitätsmedizin Berlin and the Universität zu Köln have achieved a breakthrough through their development of a new test procedure that can detect invasive read more …

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