The life of most organisms is, beyond other influences, controlled by two central biological events: Biological rhythms based on the timely regulation of physiological processes, and the biology of aging.
Understanding the aging process is still a significant challenge to enable healthy aging and prevent age-related diseases. Most studies in age research investigate the decline in organ functionality and gene
The phenomenon of biological aging is still far from satisfactorily explained due to its highly complex nature. Aging is often described as a decline in cellular functions over time and
Bats are impressive. As the second most species-rich group of mammals (after rodents), they developed a lot of unique characteristics. They can fly, orient themselves with the help of an
CRISPR-Cas has been quite popular nowadays, unfortunately, due to controversies about experiments on human babies. However, we applied the CRISPR technology to determine genes that have an important function during
Sequencing technologies reshaped the way we are doing molecular research for the last two decades. Directly sequencing the transcriptome has become a fast, cost-effective, and robust way to study gene
We are happy to announce that our study on alternative splicing during aging is now available as a preprint on bioRxiv. Alternative splicing is an important co- and post-transcriptional process
We are proud to announce that our latest study is available as a preprint on bioRxiv. We applied the Oxford Nanopore Technology MinION sequencer on the Human Coronavirus 229E (HCoV-229E)