Kiel research team is using the nematode model Caenorhabditis elegans to gain new insights into the regulation of the innate immune response
Kiel researchers, together with an international team, present a nematode model system as the basis for comprehensive microbiome research
EU initiative with Kiel participation wants to track human cells over the course of life, detect changes and thus specifically intercept diseases.
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