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Meinrad Busslinger

Acquired immunity to foreign pathogens depends on the differentiation of B and T lymphocytes from hematopoietic stem cells, which is controlled by a multitude of transcription factors. We are interested in understanding the process by which transcription factors regulate the commitment of early hematopoietic progenitors to the B cell lineage and control their subsequent differentiation to mature B cells and plasma cells. We investigate the underlying transcriptional control mechanisms by using mouse transgenic, cell biological, and genome-wide molecular approaches.

Group Members

Meinrad BUSSLINGER
Deputy Director Science
Lesly CALDERON DOMINGUEZ
Postdoc
Anna Sales FEDL
PhD Student
Kimon FROUSSIOS
Bioinformatician
Sarah GRÜNBACHER
PhD Student
Markus JARITZ
Senior Bioinformatician
Erika KILIGAN
Research Technician
Theresa PINTER
PhD Student
Rene RAUSCHMEIER
Senior Research Assistant
Karina SCHINDLER-SCHUMITSCH
Research Assistant
Tanja SCHWICKERT
Postdoc
Hiromi TAGOH
Research Associate