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Clemens Plaschka

Messenger RNA (mRNA) maturation is a crucial step in gene expression, requiring the coordinated action of multiple cellular machines. These machines make dramatic changes to the mRNA, the mRNA-bound proteins, and ultimately prepare mature mRNA for export from nucleus to cytoplasm. We apply structural and functional methods to reveal the molecular basis of human mRNA biogenesis and the coordination between maturation events. Our goal is to understand how an mRNA is made.

Group Members

Farja Isabel AYALA MUNOZ
PhD Student
Laura FIN
Research Assistant
Ulrich Justin Bernhard HOHMANN
Francis Belen PACHECO FIALLOS
PhD Student
Clemens PLASCHKA
Group Leader
Daria RIABOV BASSAT
Research Assistant
Ulla SCHELLHAAS
PhD Student
Matthias Kopano VORLÄNDER
Postdoc