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Dr. Emanuel Schneck
Group Leader
Phone:+49 331 567-9404Fax:+49 331 567-9402

Physics of Biomolecular Interfaces

In our Emmy-Noether research group, supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG), we study the physical mechanisms that govern the interaction of biological interfaces with their aqueous environment and also their mutual interaction in the aqueous milieu, with a specific focus on interactions involving biological membranes.

Research

In our Emmy-Noether research group, supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG), we study the physical mechanisms that govern the interaction of biological interfaces with their aqueous environment and also their mutual interaction in the aqueous milieu, with a specific focus on interactions involving biological membranes. [more]
<p>40) J. Pusterla, E. Schneck, S. Funari, B. Demé, M. Tanaka, R. G. Oliveira<br /> <em>Cooling induces phase separation in membranes derived from isolated CNS myelin<br /> </em>PLOS One, accepted (2017)</p>

Publications

40) J. Pusterla, E. Schneck, S. Funari, B. Demé, M. Tanaka, R. G. Oliveira
Cooling induces phase separation in membranes derived from isolated CNS myelin
PLOS One, accepted (2017)

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Victoria Latza, PhD student<br />Dr. Samantha Micciulla, Postdoc<br />Ignacio Rodriguez-Loureiro, PhD student<br />Dr. Ernesto Scoppola, Postdoc<br />Dr. Emanuel Schneck, Group leader<br />Dr. Cristina Stefaniu, Postdoc

Group Members

Victoria Latza, PhD student
Dr. Samantha Micciulla, Postdoc
Ignacio Rodriguez-Loureiro, PhD student
Dr. Ernesto Scoppola, Postdoc
Dr. Emanuel Schneck, Group leader
Dr. Cristina Stefaniu, Postdoc [more]
 
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