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<h5>We are the BIOMOD-Team of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich</h5>
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HOME
We are the BIOMOD-Team of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich

News:

  • August 22nd: We started working again, the site is going to be updated and revamped in the coming days, stay very tuned!
  • July 20th: The website wasn't updated the last weeks because of exams and thesis writing. We will start uploading our current results as soon as possible
  • June 10th: We are now working on the open and close mechanism of our container
  • May 17th: We took our first pictures with the TEM (transmission electron microscope). They will be uploaded soon.
  • May 14th: First wiki page is online
THE PROJECT
RESULTS
PROTOCOLS
METHODS
TEAM

Timon Funck

Aleksej Belizki

Ralf Weidner

Verena Schüller

Prof. Tim Liedl

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