Insight into the molecular causes of different functions of the opioid receptor

Thousands of people worldwide die every day from overdoses of opioids such as fentanyl. Drugs that act on the opioid receptor sometimes have severe side effects. An international research team has taken a closer look at the molecular mechanisms of these drugs. The results, with…

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Speck and Heyder awarded by Ernst and Berta Scharrer Prize

In recognition of their outstanding work in the field of neuroendocrinology, David Speck and Dr. rer. nat. Nicolas Andreas Heyder (both from the research group Structural Biology of Cellular Signaling led by Dr. rer. nat. Patrick Scheerer at the Institute of Medical Physics and Biophysics…

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Season´s Greetings

Dear friends of the SFB1423,we thank you for the constructive and pleasant collaboration and we are looking forward to another year full of exciting GPCR developments! We wishes you and your family MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR! All the bestSFB1423 Team  

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GPCRs – Universal genius among receptors inspires drug research

The Collaborative Research Center (CRC) 1423 "Structural Dynamics of GPCR Activation and Signal Transduction" under the leadership of biochemists Prof. Dr. Annette Beck-Sickinger and Prof. Dr. Torsten Schöneberg from the Leipzig University is continuing into its second funding phase. This was announced today (24.11.2023) by…

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Annette Beck-Sickinger honored as one of the world’s most important chemists

Prof. Dr. Annette Beck-Sickinger of the University of Leipzig recently received an award as one of the world's most distinguished women scientists in the field of chemistry and chemical engineering. In the 2023 list of laureates of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry…

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New digital tools to combine the best of both worlds

Everyone is different. “And so is every patient – meaning every individual needs a therapy that is as personalised as possible,” says Peter Hildebrand. He is a professor at the Institute of Medical Physics and Biophysics at Leipzig University and has been part of CRC…

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Coordinator of the IRTG: Juliane Adler

Postdoc Dr. Juliane Adler coordinates the Research Training Group of the Collaborative Research Center 1423 "Structural Dynamics of GPCR Activation and Signaling". Today we introduce the 37-year-old in the series "Faces of the Leipzig University", in which the university magazine regularly shows people who are…

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New measurement equipment at the university: Studying receptor proteins using EPR spectroscopy

Studying proteins with novel methods is Dr Matthias Elgeti’s speciality. An EPR spectrometer is helping him to study the structure and dynamics of G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs). His work is concerned with the side effects of drugs and the regulation of bodily functions such as…

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Scientific Module I June 6-9, 2023 I 9-12 PM

The scientific module MKF / SFB1423 Module "Integration of Experimental Data with Artificial Intelligence for the Investigation of Membrane Proteins" aimed for PhD students, postdocs and interested students will take place from 9 - 12 AM from June 5-8. Besides the theoretical basics for the…

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