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Tue, 10/07/2018
SFB offers workshop on Bioinformatics
Mainz. SFB Associate Muthuraman Muthuraman cordially invites all members to the “Bioinformatics Workshop” on Monday, September 24, 2018. The one-day event combines lectures on topics such as “Machine learning and statistics”, “Bioinformatics analyses of multi parameter flow cytometry data” and “Computational System Genetics” with a hands-on session. The full program is available here....more
Tue, 05/06/2018
21st Meeting on T-Cells, Subsets and Functions
Marburg. SFB-PI Prof. Dr. Tobias Bopp & Prof. Dr. Magdalena Huber are chairing this year’s “21st Meeting on T-Cells, Subsets and Functions“ in Marburg. The two-day conference covers all recent aspects of T cell subsets, including Th1, Zh2, Th17, CD8 NKT and regulatory T cells When?: Thursday, June 21, 12.00 – 8.00 PM and Wednesday, […]...more
Fri, 25/05/2018
SFB/CRC-TR 128 retreat in Munich
Munich. The CRC-TR 128 “Multiple Sclerosis” cordially invites all its members – principal investigators as well as associated scientists and young investigators – to meet for a general scientific update, discussion and exchange at this year’s retreat. In addition to the PI meeting there will be a one-day conference especially for young investigators. When?: Thursday […]...more


Tue, 12/09/2017 | Genetically altered mice provide initial evidence that human gut bacteria can trigger multiple sclerosis

Munich. (LMU)  Multiple sclerosis (MS) is the most common inflammatory disease of the central nervous system. There are many indications that MS is an autoimmune disease in which immune cells “accidentally” attack the brain and spinal cord. However, as with other autoimmune diseases, the actual triggers of the autoimmune reaction are still unknown. A new study by scientists from the SFB 128 demonstrated for the first time that gut bacteria of MS patients are able to trigger an MS-like disease in an animal model. More . . .