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Andrea Pauli

Recent genome-wide analyses have spurred the notion of ‘pervasive translation’ outside of known protein-coding genes. Some of these translated regions have been predicted to encode short, conserved proteins, while others lack signatures of protein conservation and might have regulatory roles. We aim to identify functions for these newly discovered short translated open reading frames (ORFs) during embryogenesis by employing genetic, molecular, cellular and genomics approaches in zebrafish embryos.

Group Members

Krista Rene BRIEDIS
PhD Student
Luis Enrique CABRERA QUIO
PhD Student
Sarah HERBERG
PhD Student
Tomas KAZMAR
Bioinformatician
Katrin Friederike LEESCH
PhD Student
Karin PANSER
Research Assistant
Andrea PAULI
Group Leader
Lisa Maria RENZ
Master Student
Friederike SCHLUMM
Research Assistant
Jessica STOCK
PhD Student
Xue STROBL
Master Student