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Come and support Mélanie. 
Ma thèse en 180 secondes. Published at 14.02.20
Come and support Mélanie. Ma thèse en 180 secondes.
Mélanie Op from the DB will be participating in the UNIL finals on March 19th, Amphimax, Dorigny, 18:30.
Scientifiques & passage à l'emploi Published at 07.02.20
Scientifiques & passage à l'emploi
Avec un Master ou un doctorat en poche dans le domaine des sciences de la vie, quelle carrière embrasser ? La 9e édition du Life Science Career Day peut vous aider à trouver votre voie.
New molecular insights into the mechanisms of lymphocyte activation and lymphoma development Published at 28.01.20
New molecular insights into the mechanisms of lymphocyte activation and lymphoma...
Rebekka Schairer from Prof. Thome’s lab just published an article in PNAS, which provides new molecular insights into the mechanisms of lymphocyte activation and lymphoma development. The report identifies the Ig3 domain of the protease MALT1 as a novel ubiquitin-binding domain that promotes MALT1 activation by monoubiquitination, through an allosteric mechanism. Since MALT1 protease activity is critical for the activation and proliferation of lymphocytes, these findings provide insight into the regulation of MALT1 activity that could be of therapeutic interest for immunomodulation.
New publication by Prof. Paolo Dotto: Conjectures, refutations and the search for truths Published at 23.01.20
New publication by Prof. Paolo Dotto: Conjectures, refutations and the search for...
Prof. Paolo Dotto from the Department of Biochemistry has published an article in the Science and Society section of EMBO reports entitiled "Conjectures, refutations and the search for truths"
A big welcome to our visiting scientist: Dr. Stokes Peebles Published at 09.01.20
A big welcome to our visiting scientist: Dr. Stokes Peebles
Dr. Stokes Peebles fromt Vanderbilt University Medical School, Tennessee, USA, is undertaking a 6 month sabbatical in the lab of Dr. Sanjiv Luther at the Department of Biochemistry .

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