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Biochemistry and molecular biology

Biochemistry, sometimes called biological chemistry, is the study of chemical processes within and relating to living organisms. Molecular biology concerns the molecular basis of biological activity between the various systems of a cell, including the interactions between DNA, RNA and proteins and their biosynthesis, as well as the regulation of these interactions.

There are 78 pages tagged with Biochemistry and molecular biology:

MolSci and central asia collab 2022

Within the framework of a large regional project on the modernization of professional education in Central Asia for the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, our

Artificial spider silk with a toughness equal to dragline silks can now be spun

Using spiders to produce spider silk on an industrial scale is impossible, but it is possible to use bacteria for production of shorter versions of spider silk proteins that can be isolated and spun

Aprajita Singh

aprajita.singh@slu.se Doctoral student at Department of animal nutrition and management. Working on Project “Alternative feed to fish: Bioactive components effect on gut microbiota, metabolism and

Shrikant Sharma


Paulius Baltrusis

paulius.baltrusis@slu.se I work as a PhD student on helminth parasite genetics with the focus on understanding the development of anthelmintic resistance to various drugs used to treat animals as

Regina Gratz

regina.gratz@slu.se My research focusses on how organic nitrogen such as amino acids influence plant development, symbiotic interactions with microbes as well as susceptibility to plant pathogens. I

Wood properties affect the efficiency of nanocellulose extraction

Nanocellulose forms the basis of many novel materials and is used already now for a wide range of different applications. Anne Bünder, PhD student in Totte Niittylä’s group, investigated how wood

Torbjörn Larsson

Torbjörn is an intern at HGEN. Bioinformatician. I am interested in deep phylogenies and to produce things people find useful. As intern at HGEN I have participated in the 2021 HEC course

Torbjörn Larsson

Torbjörn is a bioinformatician intern at HGEN. I am interested in deep phylogenies and to produce things people find useful. As intern at HGEN I have participated in the 2021 HEC course

Piero Onorati

Graduated in biotechnology with a broad knowledge of digital- and real time qPCR analytical methods and extensive experience with different molecular biology techniques, bioinformatics, sampling,

Maja Malmberg

I'm fascinated by infectious diseases, in particular the agents causing the diseases and their interactions with the surrounding microorganisms. The overall aim of my research is to address questions