We submitted our first paper! Congratulations to Emilie, Judith and our collaborator Patrik Lundström.
Our paper “Visualizing Transient Watson-Crick Like Mispairs in DNA and RNA Duplexes” Nature, 2015, is as of March/April 2016 a highly cited paper (received enough citations to place it in the top 1% of its academic field) based on a Web of Knowledge/ISI.
Master student Karen Schriever finishes her project in the Petzold lab.
K.I. Bachelor student Noah Hopkins will continue his project in the lab during the autumn semester.
Lorenzo Baronti received the travel grant from the Biophysical Society for the “CHIANTI WORKSHOP ON MAGNETIC RESONANCE FOR CELLULAR STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY” for his work on miRNA targeting.
Congratulations Luca on being admitted into PhD studies. We hope you have a great 4 years with us!
During the summer of 2016, Bachelor student Noah Hopkins joins the Petzold lab for a summer project.