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Virus infections remain a major threat to human and animal health. They have a huge impact on global economies and account for a substantial part of healthcare costs worldwide. RNA viruses are of particular interest because their replication machinery lacks proofreading activity, resulting in high numbers of nucleotide misincorporations during viral genome replication and the generation of viral "quasispecies", genetically diverse virus populations containing large numbers of variants that differ from one another in one or more position(s) of the genome sequence.

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News

[23.08.2017] Mit Spezialmikroskop Erreger entdeckt

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[15.08.2017] Simulationsexperiment am Institut für Virologie auf den Lahnbergen fand zum fünften Mal statt

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In summer 2017 a new seminar series will be launched organized by PhD students and young Postdocs from the CRC 1021 especially addressing young...

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Publications

Microb Cell Fact. 2017
"From hybridomas to a robust microalgal-based production platform: molecular design of a diatom secreting monoclonal antibodies directed against the Marburg virus nucleoprotein"

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Events

Speakers: Heinz Feldmann, Christiane Herden, Georg Herrler, Jürgen Richt

14:00h – 17:00h

Institut für Virologie, Seminarraum 00/63300

Marburg,...

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Speaker: Christian K. Pfaller, Ph.D., Rochester

15:00h

Institut für Virologie, Seminarraum 00/63300

Marburg, Hans-Meerwein-Str. 2

 

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Links

Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
Philipps-Universität Marburg
Institut für Virologie Marburg
Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen