Fig. 1: Immunofluorescence image of the expression of PHGDH (red) and CD3 T cells (green) in cryosectioned AE17 mesothelioma.


Immune system meets cancer: Checkpoint identified to fight solid tumors

Checkpoint PHDGH in tumor-associated macrophages influences immune response and tumor growth

 Recent releases

A man sitting in front of a multi-screen computer terminal

University of Vienna launches first online-accessible photonic quantum hardware in Europe

"PhotonQ" offers free access to research hardware for photonic quantum computing through an intuitive web interface

07.09.2022 | [weiter]

Abb. 1: FISH image shows amoeba infected with Viennavirus and the bacterial symbiont

Bacteria provide immunity against giant viruses

Chlamydia protect protozoa from deadly viral infections

29.08.2022 | [weiter]

Abb. 1: Jakob Rieser working on the experiment

Bound by Light

Glass nanoparticles show unexpected coupling when levitated with laser light

26.08.2022 | [weiter]

The Southern Arc and its lively genetic History

Vast paleogenetic study reveals insights on migration patterns, the expansion of farming and language development from the Caucasus over western Asia and Southern Europe from the early Copper Age until the late middle ages

25.08.2022 | [weiter]

Fig. 1: An elephant holding its trunk towards the camera

Asian elephants have a nasal pronunciation

Mammal vocalizations might be more flexible than previously thought

23.08.2022 | [weiter]

Abb.1: Microscope image of the bacterium

Caterpillar-like bacteria crawling in our mouth

Evolution of longitudinal division and multicellularity in oral bacteria

22.08.2022 | [weiter]

Prymnesium parvum from the Oder near Hohenwutzen

Suspicion confirmed: algal toxin produced by brackish water species detected in Oder water

Scientists from the Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB) and the University of Vienna think that natural causes for the mass development of the algae are unlikely

19.08.2022 | [weiter]

Dennis Kurzbach and Ludovica M. Epasto in front of the hyperpolarisation device.

Pimp my Spec: Upgrade for Magnetic Resonance Methods with a 1,000-fold Amplifier

Atomistically accurate description of proteins at native concentrations can help to better understand the process of cell proliferation to tumour growth

09.08.2022 | [weiter]