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On November 28 the Minister of Internal Affairs Lauri Läänemets awarded the Citizen's Day badge of honor to the researcher of cell biology in the University of Tartu, Signe Värv.
28.11.2022
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On 29 November at 10:15 Mari Tagel will defend her doctoral thesis “Exploring post-translational modifications of histones in RNA polymerase II-dependent transcription”
14.11.2022
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11 November, at the Estonian Research Council's research communication conference, this year's science communication awards were presented. University of Tartu researchers received five awards.
14.11.2022
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On November 11, the Estonian Research Council presented this year's science popularization awards.
14.11.2022

Future top-specialists of Estonian life sciences come from our Institute!

The Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology of the University of Tartu teaches the offspring of young researchers at all levels. Our researchers are at the top level in world-class science.

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The Alliance4Life members finally met in person in Estonia

Research Management Administration Academy Launched by Alliance4Life

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Micro-Credential Programme

Research News: Mariliis Klaas, a Research Fellow in Cell Biology, et al. published an article on the role of glycoprotein OLFM4 in skin regeneration

Tissue regeneration research group, led by Assoc. Prof. Viljar Jaks, published an article in journal Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences. Olfactomedin-4 (OLFM4) regulates cell adhesion, proliferation, gastrointestinal inflammation, innate immunity and cancer metastasis. In the study they investigated its role in skin regeneration. In vivo experiments utilizing mouse splinted full-thickness cutaneous wound healing model showed that application of recombinant OLFM4 protein can significantly improve wound healing efficacy.

Cell Mol Life Sci: Olfactomedin-4 improves cutaneous wound healing by promoting skin cell proliferation and migration through POU5F1/OCT4 and ESR1 signalling cascades

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Services for Businesses and Reseachers

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Mobile Bioclass

The goal of the Mobile bioclass is to introduce life sciences for schoolchildren and to increase their interest in biotechnology and related disciplines. 
22.11.2022

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