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Steffen Sparvath publishes a book chapter describing a tutorial for RNA origami design. The chapter "Computer-Aided Design of RNA Origami Structures" is published in "Methods in Molecular Biology". The book is called "3D DNA Nanostructures" edited by Yonggang Ke and Pengfei Wang.
The thesis describes the work of the PhD studies of Guido Grossi.
A member of the visualization lab was interview to P1 Morgen about her visualization project about the bacterium Streptococcus pneumoniae. You can download the podcast from March 7th to hear the interview (from 24:10 to 29:40 minutes in the program).
A member of the Andersen Lab has started to publish her comic strip on the Danish science site videnskab.dk. Here it is possible to follow the progress of her work on visualizing the bacterium pneumococcus in Danish cartoons.
News from the Faculty of Science and Technology about the ERC consolidator grant that was awarded to Ebbe S. Andersen to conduct research on RNA origami for synthetic biology applications.
The ERC Consolidator Grant was awarded to Ebbe S. Andersen to work on RNA origami for synthetic biology applications.
The Danish science news site DR Viden published the article "Ditte's PhD project fuses art and science” about a current PhD project. The project aims to visualize, as accurately as possible, the inside of a pneumococcal cell.
Ebbe publishes a commentary in Nature Nanotechnology about recent research from the Yan lab on producing wireframe DNA origami shapes.
Penner, R., Andersen, E. S., Jensen, J. L., et al., 17.12.2014, "Hydrogen bond rotations as a uniform structural tool for analyzing protein architecture", Nature Communications, vol. 5. Journal article
Denis Selnihhin publishes a book chapter describing a tutorial for DNA origami design. The chapter "Computer-Aided Design of DNA Origami Structures" is published in "Methods in Molecular Biology". The book is called "Computational Methods in Synthetic Biology" edited by Mario Andrea Marchisio.
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