MCM Group
Molecular and Cellular Modeling


New TRAPP webserver for studying TRAnsient Pockets in Proteins

29. May 2017

Many drugs exert their therapeutic effects by binding in cavities or pockets on specific target protein macromolecules. The binding pockets on …

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Young Researcher´s award goes to HITS doctoral student

17. May 2017

Mehmet Ali Öztürk, PhD student at HITS and at the Hartmut Hoffmann-Berling International Graduate School of Molecular and Cellular Biology (…

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On the front cover: Multiexpert Platform for the Identification of Hits Targeting Parasitic Enzymes

29. March 2017

In the New Medicines for Trypanosomatidic Infections (NMTRypI) project funded by the EU and completed in January 2017, in which 13 partners …

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HITS is New Associate Partner of CompBioMed Project

28. October 2016

Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies (HITS), represented by its Molecular and Cellular Modeling Group (MCM), led by Professor Rebecca Wade, has …

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On YouTube: Dr. Kashif Sadiq’s talk on “Predictive Synthetic Retrovirology” at European Health Science Match 2016

24. October 2016

Dr. Kashif Sadiq from Molecular and Cellular Modeling (MCM) group at HITS was one of the 100 speakers selected for the European …

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On YouTube: LERU Doctoral Summer School, Leiden 2016

20. October 2016

Mehmet Öztürk, PhD student from Molecular and Cellular Modeling (MCM) group recently participated in the 2016 LERU Doctoral Summer School held …

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On the front cover: Molecular dynamics involved in DNA compaction

29. August 2016

DNA is packaged in the cell nucleus by wrapping around proteins called histones to form chromatin fibers. Nucleosomes, the structural units …

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HITS researcher Rebecca Wade receives ISQBP Award in Computational Biology

1. July 2016

HITS Molecular and Cellular Modeling group leader and HITS scientific director Prof. Dr. Rebecca Wade was awarded the International Society of …

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