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Biochemistry

Light signals from living cells

In the current issue of Nature Communications, Researchers from Goethe University report on a process that uses pressure to deliver chemical probes in a fine-tuned manner into living cells.

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Help for autistic children and adults

In the framework of group therapy developed at Goethe University Frankfurt, children and adolescents with high functioning ASD can learn how to cope better in the social world and also achieve a lasting effect.

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New Research Center

Better understanding of cell renewal and cellular quality control

The German Research Foundation has approved 11 million Euro for the next four years for establishing a Collaborative Research Center (CRC) on selective autophagy under the lead of Goethe University. Autophagy literally means "self-eating" and refers to a sophisticated system in which cellular waste is specifically detected and removed.

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"Fear always whistles along with us"

“Fear whistles along with us”, “Violence every damned Sunday”, “The ball is round, the hate is huge” – that’s how these and similar headlines read with regard to conditions on the field in amateur football in Germany. A psychological study gets to the bottom of such aggression.

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Biochemistry

New insights in ligand-binding of receptors

A new high resolution method developed by an international team of scientists including Robert Tampé and Ralph Wieneke from Goethe University Frankfurt now allows for the first time precise identification and quantification of interactions of a receptor with two ligands simultaneously.

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