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Lab News: Our paper “Human Norovirus GII.4 (MI001) P Dimer Binds Fucosylated and Sialylated Carbohydrates” has been accepted for publication in Glycobiology. Published 4th of September 2017. We show that HuNoV to engage multiple carbohydrates and reveal direct binding of a GII.4
Our special guest for the Molecular and Cell Biology Colloquium is Dr. Niklas Arnberg from Umeå University, Department of Clinical Microbiology. On Tuesday January 23rd 2018 Dr. Arnberg will present „Adenovirus receptors: implications for tropism, treatment and targeting”. Hosted by the department of Virology and
Our special guest for the Molecular and Cell Biology Colloquium is Dr. Steeve Boulant from Heidelberg University, Department of Infectious Diseases & Virology. On Tuesday May 9th 2017 Dr. Boulant will present „Polarized innate immune response against enteric viruses reveal novel mechanisms of immune tolerance in the
On April 22, 2017, people around the world will take to the streets to demonstrate their passion for science and sound the call to support and safeguard the scientific community. The March for Science Hamburg is now officially registered for
27th Annual Meeting of the Society for Virology 22–25 March 2017 • Marburg Virus Receptors and Entry P02 Binding of murine norovirus to fucose impacts infection in cell culture H. Wegener A. Mallagaray, T. Schöne, J. Lockhauserbäumer, C. Uetrecht, T.