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The publication reports on the studies of the amino acid transporter MhsT and provides important clues to moelcular mechanisms of specificity yet as well with a broad pool of substrates that range from valine to tryptophan. Previous and current PhD students Dorota Focht and Caroline Neumann, and previous postdoc Joseph Lyons from the Nissen lab are first authors on the study that involved crystal structure determination of six different substrate-bound complexes of MhsT and transport kinetics studies in a cellular model and proteoliposomes of MhsT function.
A new digital welcome presentation will give future new employees of AU a clear, accessible introduction to Aarhus University as an organisation and workplace. The presentation is intended as a supplement to local onboarding programmes.
This April, anyone with an interest in health and natural science research of the very highest calibre will have the opportunity to meet a Nobel Laureate when Professor Peter C. Agre visits Aarhus University via Zoom.
Sign up and apply for financial support. The Summer School takes place from 16-20 August in Copenhagen
The implementation of the new university-wide timetabling system is now drawing to a close, and the system will soon be in use across the university. In this article, three of the central participants in the roll-out share some highlights from this massive digital transformation.
It appears that the weight of newborn babies decreases if even small amounts of nitrates are present in the drinking water that mothers drink before and during pregnancy. This is shown by a major new register-based study carried out by researchers at the universities in Aarhus and Chicago, USA. They now question whether the threshold value is too high.
The University of Glasgow hosts the Guild PGR Summer School as an online event from 5-9 July 2021
Peter Jepsen from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital is a new professor of hepato-epidemiology, a research field in which he is the only professor in Denmark.
March 15, Helene Bandsholm Leere Tallaksen successfully defended her thesis “Characterization of cell models to study Parkinson's disease”. Well done and well deserved Helene – and best wishes for your phd project soon to start at our university.
Online teaching, cancelled research projects and having to work from home. This has been the new norm at Aarhus University since 11 March 2020. But the pandemic has also triggered new studies and research collaborations that have helped to address the social crisis brought about by the pandemic. Meet two AU profiles who can now add 'corona researcher' to their CVs.
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