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Open source: Bioinformatics tools from Jena facilitate phage detection and PCR design
In two scientific publications, InfectoGnostics researchers with participation of Leibniz IPHT recently presented new bioinformatics tools whose open source code can now be used and further developed free of charge. The software What the Phage enables the detection of phages, while ConsensusPrime can be used for the development of various molecular tests. The tools were developed by researchers at Jena University Hospital, Leibniz IPHT and the startup nanozoo.
Microcosm under the magnifying glass: Microscopy expert Prof. Dr. Christian Eggeling receives recognition for his scientific and academic achievements
High-resolution microscopy is needed to find out what holds the world together at its core. With its help, the micro and nano universe can be discovered in great detail and our understanding of the secrets of cell biology can be expanded. Imaging specialist Prof. Dr. Christian Eggeling has been working on microscopy-based methods for more than 20 years, contributing to even better diagnosis and therapy of diseases. Recently, the scientist was honored with two awards. In an interview, he reveals why these awards are very special milestones for him.