Richard Willstätter Prize for Chemical Biology goes to Annette Beck-Sickinger

[Press release from 25/01/2023; author: DECHEMA, Nina Viogt] Annette G. Beck-Sickinger, Professor of Biochemistry and Bioorganic Chemistry, has received the Richard Willstätter Prize for Chemical Biology 2023. The prize honors research achievements that make a decisive contribution to a deeper understanding of chemical-biological relationships. The…

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Season´s Greetings

Dear friends of the SFB1423,The whole team of the SFB1423 wishes you MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY and HEALTHY NEW YEAR 2023!We want to thank you for the constructive and pleasant cooperation. Stay safe and we are looking forwards to another year full of exciting…

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4GPCRnet: TWO NOBEL PRIZE WINNERS AS GUESTS AT LEIPZIG

International Symposium on G Protein Coupled Receptors (GPCR) TWO NOBEL PRIZE WINNERS AS GUESTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF LEIPZIG [Press Release 04.10.2022, written by Anett Albrecht] In a new format, the conference "4GPCRnet" attracted researchers from all over the world to Leipzig and ended with…

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25th STS Meeting: Registration & Abstract Submission

As in previous years, the 25th STS Meeting will be organized as a Joint Meeting of the Signal Transduction Society with signaling study groups of the German Societies for Immunology (DGfI) and Cell Biology (DGZ), the Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (GBM), the German…

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4GPCRnet: Registration & Abstract Submission

Do not miss to join us in Leipzig (Germany), September 26 – 29, for the 4GPCRnet – International Symposium. Four of the biggest GPCR networks in Europe (SFB1423, FOR2372, CA18240 Adher´n Rise, CA18133 ERNEST) bringing together renowned international experts of the field with early career…

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How mechanical stimuli trigger cellular signalling
Prof. Dr. Dr. Ines Liebscher. Foto: Swen Reichhold

How mechanical stimuli trigger cellular signalling

International GPCR research collaboration deciphers structure of active receptors  (Press release 2022/072 from 14/04/2022, written by Peggy Darius) Breathing, seeing, hearing – the family of G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) is involved in a variety of physiological processes and is also the cause of diverse diseases. As…

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