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Aim. To provide critical quantitative parameter information and to model redox balance by determining the cellular concentration of all enzymes involved in the trypanothione-dependent hydroperoxide detoxification system of trypanosomes and by performing the kinetic characterization of the involved enzymes under pseudo-physiological conditions.

The aim of this investigation is to understand molecular mechanisms of PUFA biosynthesis and regulation in order to enable the sustainable use of vegetable oils in aquafeeds as current sources of fish oils are unable to meet increasing demands for omega-3 PUFAs. By generating gene knockouts, we would like to study the genes that are crucial for multi-tissue synthesis of PUFA synthesis in vivo.

Design principles of nuclear receptor signaling: how complex networking improves signal transduction

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