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Department of Virology

Virology Research

Integrative Virology

headed by Prof. Dr. Oliver T. Fackler

Our research concentrates on the cell biology, immunology and pathogenesis of HIV infection as well as on the regulation and function of the actin cytoskeleton of human cells.

 

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Research group Lusic

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Research groups Virology

Research group Boulant

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Research group Grimm

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Research group Hansman

The objective of our research group is to better understand the molecular basis of norovirus capsid antigenicity, flexibility, and interaction with receptors and binding factors. We also aim to develop a panel of norovirus antivirals.

 

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Research group Kräusslich

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Research group Lozach

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Research group Müller

The interaction of a virus with its host cell is a highly dynamic process. While traditional virological and biochemical methods yield 'still images' of biological processes, modern microscopic techniques allow the analysis of dynamic processes inside a living cell in real time. We have generated and characterized fluorescently labelled HIV derivatives, which enable us to study HIV entry and release by live-cell microscopy. 

 

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Research group Schnitzler

We are investigating antiviral agents against infections caused by herpes simplex virus. Our main interest are essential oils and natural products as possible antiviral agents and the mechanism of their antiviral action in virus infected cells.

 

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Research group Chlanda

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