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European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL)

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The European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) research institution focusing on the fundamental understanding of basic biological processes in model organisms. Follow this feed to stay updated on research from the members of this institute.

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Nature Methods

Chemogenetic Control of Nanobodies

Nature MethodsFebruary 19, 2020
Helen FarrantsKai Johnsson

Genomic basis for RNA alterations in cancer

NatureFebruary 7, 2020
PCAWG Transcriptome Core GroupPCAWG Consortium
Genome Biology

Eleven grand challenges in single-cell data science

Genome BiologyFebruary 9, 2020
David LähnemannAlexander Schönhuth
Nature Biotechnology

MEMOTE for standardized genome-scale metabolic model testing

Nature BiotechnologyMarch 4, 2020
Christian LievenCheng Zhang
The Journal of Cell Biology

Identification of novel synaptonemal complex components in C. elegans

The Journal of Cell BiologyMarch 27, 2020
Matthew E HurlockYumi Kim
Biomedical Optics Express

Cost-efficient open source laser engine for microscopy

Biomedical Optics ExpressMarch 25, 2020
Daniel SchröderJonas Ries

Aggregation and Disaggregation Features of the Human Proteome

bioRxivFebruary 5, 2020
Tomi A MäättäMikhail M Savitski

The single-cell eQTLGen consortium

ELifeMarch 10, 2020
Monique Gp van der WijstLude Franke

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