Bioinformatics core facility
Hans-Meerwein-Straße 6, 35032 Marburg
Room: 06C18 / Phone: +49-6421 28 25925
Our bioinformatics core facility represents the interface between experimental and algorithmic research. The application to biochemical questions and the development of algorithms are thus of similar importance to us. Our expertise covers a broad range of methods including comparative genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, molecular interactions, image processing and the visualization of research data. We offer support for all fields of biochemistry and microbiology which is bolstered by a large network of international researchers. If you want to learn more about our current research activities, visit the group's homepage (https://www.uni-marburg.de/de/fb16/ipc/ag-lechner).
Krol E, Yau HCL, Lechner M, Schäper S, Bange G, Vollmer W, Becker A (2020) Tol-Pal System and Rgs Proteins Interact to Promote Unipolar Growth and Cell Division in Sinorhizobium meliloti. mBio 11: e00306-20
Altegoer F, Weiland P, Giammarinaro PI, Freibert SA, Binnebesel L, Han X, Lepak A, Kahmann R, Lechner M, Bange G (2020) The two paralogous kiwellin proteins KWL1 and KWL1-b from maize are structurally related and have overlapping functions in plant defense. J Biol Chem 295: 7816-7825
Aznaourova M, Janga H, Sefried S, Kaufmann A, Dorna J, Volkers SM, Georg P, Lechner M, Hoppe J, Dökel S, Schmerer N, Gruber AD, Linne U, Bauer S, Sander LE, Schmeck B, Schulte LN (2020) Noncoding RNA MaIL1 is an integral component of the TLR4-TRIF pathway.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 117: 9042-9053