Institute for Biochemistry I   Printer friendly

Since the emeritus of Univ-Prof. Dr. Angelika A. Noegel the Institut of Biochemistry I is temporarily directed by Univ.-Prof. Dr. Stefan Höning.

Tel.: +49 221 478 3656
email: shoening@uni-koeln.de


Research Fields:
Cell motility and role of the cytoskeleton in Dictyostelium, mouse and human
Comparative Genomics of Social Amoebas
Structure and Function of actin binding proteins
Components of nuclear envelope
University of Cologne Cluster of Excellence: Cellular Stress Responses in Aging-Associated Diseases

Research groups:
Prof. Dr. Christoph Clemen
     Coronin functions, VCP, Desmin, and Annexin A7 in mammals
Prof. Dr. Ludwig Eichinger
  Cellular Homeostasis
Prof. Dr. Gernot Glöckner
  Evolutionary, comparative and functional genomics
Press releases:
"Giant cell reveals its secrets"
"The tool box for multicellularity"
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Stefan Höning
  Mechanisms of intracellular membrane protein sorting
Dr. Muhammad Sajid Hussain
  Microcephaly and centrosome
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Former research groups:
Dr. Claudia Herr
  The function of Annexin 7
Dr. Akis Karakesisoglou
  Actin binding proteins of the nuclear envelope
Dr. Sascha Neumann
  The role of Nesprins in aging und disease
Dr. Vivek Peche
  Cyclase associated proteins
Dr. Raphael Rastetter
  Regulation of the actin cytoskeleton by coronins
PD. Dr. Francisco Rivero-Crespo
  Function and regulation of the cytoskeleton by Rho GTPases
Dr. Tanja Riyahi
  G protein coupled receptors in lower eukaryotes


Affiliation
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Laboratory of Centrosome and Cytoskeleton Biology



Members of the Institute, October 2009 (Bigger Photograph)


October 18, 2017
Center for Biochemistry, Joseph-Stelzmann-Straße 52, D50931 Cologne
Suggestions and wishes: Gudrun Konertz
Voice: +49-221-478-32743
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