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Elevated levels of the bad LDL cholesterol increases the risk of premature death from a blood clot in the heart, so there is a great need for medicine which helps the body to remove it from the blood.

2017.09.26 | Research

Danish discovery can pave the way for more effective cholesterol medicine

Research from Aarhus University sheds new light on how the body converts the bad kind of cholesterol. The discovery could lead to new and potentially more effective medicine.

The researchers used  two populations of Holstein cows from Nordic countries and China and have identified several genetic variants associated with the fertility of the cows. Photo: Colourbox.

2017.09.12 | Research

Improved solution to increase fertility in high-yielding cows

Through decades, researchers have been able to increase milk production in cows by intense genetic selection. However, this has resulted in a reversal of the fertility of the cows. This has led the researchers to find an optimum solution.

2017.09.11 | Research

Chromosomal deletion catalogue in dairy cattle facilitates the identification of lethal mutations

Genetic mutations are responsible for a substantial yearly-economic loss in the dairy industry. Mapping of such variants is essential for effective breeding planning and performance improvement.

Peter Aasted Paulsen. Photo: Lisbeth Heilesen.

2017.09.04 | Grant

Peter Aasted Paulsen receives a donation at a ceremony in Copenhagen to study T-cell virus complex

On Friday, Peter Aasted Paulsen received a donation of DKK 100,000 at a ceremony at Rigshospitalet from Savværkejer Jeppe Juhl og Hustru Ovita Juhls Mindelegat to study sugar transport and their complexes.

Ditlev E. Brodersen. Photo: Tamo Meijburg.

2017.08.28 | Awards

Ditlev E. Brodersen receives ST Education Award

The ST Education Award 2017 goes to Associate Professor Ditlev Egeskov Brodersen for his contribution to increasing the quality of teaching at ST, not only through his own engaging teaching style, but also for developing a new tool that is available to all teachers.

Mogens Sandø Lund. Photo: Tamo Meijburg.

2017.08.28 | Awards, Knowledge exchange

Mogens Sandø Lund receives ST Industrial Collaboration Award

The ST Industrial Collaboration Award 2017 goes to Professor Mogens Sandø Lund, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, for his long-standing efforts and considerable influence on business collaboration regarding refinement and breeding in Denmark.

A Danish-American research team has now found another piece of the puzzle for the development of personalized medicine with the results of a highly sensitive monitoring of cancer-related topoisomerase II enzymes.

2017.08.23 | Research

DNA sensor system developed for specific and sensitive measurement of cancer-relevant enzyme activity

The development of DNA sensor systems is of great importance for advances in medical science. Now another piece of the puzzle for the development of personalized medicine has been found with the results of a highly sensitive monitoring of cancer-related topoisomerase II enzymes.

Ian Max Møller

2017.08.09 | Awards

Ian Max Møller receives ASPB award

Ian Max Møller has received the Corresponding Membership Award of the American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB).

Associate Professor Ken Howard, head of the NanoPharmaceutical Lab at the Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center / Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics.

2017.07.06 | Research, Knowledge exchange

Researchers define together with industry the intracellular recycling pathway of human serum albumin

Collaborative work between the NanoPharmaceutical Lab at the Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (iNANO), Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics and the Novozymes owned company Albumedix have uncovered a neonatal Fc receptor (FcRn)-dependent endosomal cellular sorting pathway. This has great importance in describing fundamental mechanisms…

Photo: Jette Odgaard Villemoes

2017.07.03 | Grant, Knowledge exchange

Researchers from MBG participate in a large EU project on future genomic management tools for European cattle production

Researchers from Center for Quantitative Genetics and Genomics at the Department for Molecular Biology and Genetics, Aarhus University in Foulum, are participating in the GenTORE project, launched in Paris 22–23 June 2017.

2017.06.27 | Research

New knowledge about the dynamics of proteins can shape the future in drug development

New research provides mechanistic insight into how protein dynamics control the activity of a group of enzymes called serine proteases. As serine proteases play pivotal roles in blood coagulation, the innate immune system and tissue remodeling, the results may be important for the development of new drugs for the treatment of various diseases.

2017.06.21 | Research

New insight into a central biological dogma on ion transport

New research results from Aarhus University and New York University show how active transport of potassium can be achieved by a membrane protein complex that has roots in both ion pump and ion channel super-families. The results, which have just been published in Nature, shed new light on what define channels and pumps.

2017.06.16 | Awards

Charlotte Rohde Knudsen and Anja Pen awarded teaching prizes

Charlotte Rohde Knudsen and Anja Pen were awarded the prizes as teacher of the year and the student teacher of the year 2017, respectively, at the Annual Meeting of the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics on Friday 16 June 2017.

Ernst-Martin Füchtbauer

2017.05.30 | People

Ernst-Martin Füchtbauer elected to the Board of Directors of an international organization

Ernst-Martin Füchtbauer has been elected as member of the Board of Directors of the International Society for Transgenic Technologies. It is not possible to run for this honourable appointment yourself.

[Translate to English:] Bioøkonomien, der baserer sig på biologiske frem for fossile råvarer, er en væsentlig del af den cirkulære økonomi, og her står Aarhus Universitet særligt stærkt gennem forskningsmæssige styrker på Science and Technology. Derfor etableres nu Center for Cirkulær Bioøkonomi, der har det klare mål at sikre synergi og tværfaglige projekter indenfor forskningen på området, samt at styrke samarbejdet med nationale og internationale virksomheder og organisationer inden for den biobaserede økonomi.
En forudsætning for den biobaserede økonomi er, at der udvikles bioraffineringsteknologier og produktionssystemer, som er bæredygtige i både økonomisk og miljømæssig betydning.
Samlet set skal aktiviteterne i det nye center medvirke til, at der etableres nye virksomheder og forretningsområder inden for den biobaserede økonomi, herunder til at producere og markedsføre nyt dansk protein til både husdyr og fødevareproduktion.
Aarhus Universitet råder over unikke faciliteter til dyrkning af biomasse på land og i havet. Mulighederne er mange, og der er eksempelvis allerede stor vækst og eksport inden for bioenergiteknologi og muligheder for at udbygge med teknologi til udnyttelse af f.eks. græs, kløver, alger og muslinger.

2017.05.23 | Grant

Aarhus University inaugurates the Center for Circular Bioeconomics

The Center for Circular Bioeconomy aims to ensure interdisciplinary research and development of bioeconomic production systems and recycling concepts. Participants from MBG: Esben Skipper Sørensen, Torben Asp, Just Jensen, Jens Stougaard and Stig Uggerhøj Andersen.

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