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Wallander's final case as opera premiere

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Press Releases


Humans are not the only ones who produce halogenated organic pollutants

Schematic representation of microbial halogen cycling in soil. Xorg: organohalogen; Xin inorganic halogen, e.g. chlorine or bromine. Image: Weigold, Kappler, Behrens/University of Tübingen

Tübingen geomicrobiologists show that many bacteria and fungi in soil make organohalogens


How a germ catches a virus

Scientists from Tübingen investigate the recognition mechanism between phage Phi11 and certain bacteria, the staphylococci


Newly-discovered signal in the cell sets protein pathways to mitochondria

Tübingen researchers investigate the complex makeup of vital cell organelles


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