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Jan-Michael Peters

To pass the genome from one generation to the next, eukaryotic cells first replicate their DNA, then biorient chromosomes on the mitotic spindle and finally separate their sister chromatids, thus enabling the division of one cell into two genetically identical daughter cells. We are interested in understanding these processes at the molecular level.

Group Members

Benedikt BAUER
Postdoc
Mariana COELHO CORREIA DA SILVA
Postdoc
Iain Finley DAVIDSON
Postdoc
Mariya DIMITROVA
PhD Student
David Nelson DRECHSEL
Research Associate
Irene GUTIERREZ PEREZ
Postdoc
Maria Helena IDARRAGA-AMADO
Senior Research Assistant
Gregor JESSBERGER
PhD Student
Gabriele LITOS
Research Assistant
Uta MÖHLE-STEINLEIN
Senior Research Assistant
Kota NAGASAKA
Postdoc
Jan-Michael PETERS
Director Science
Renping QIAO COUDEVYLLE
Postdoc
Roman STOCSITS
Bioinformatician
Yan SUN
Mitocheck Project Manager
Wen TANG
Research Assistant
Petra VAN DER LELIJ
Postdoc
Gordana WUTZ
Research Associate
Maciej Piotr ZACZEK
PhD Student