Life emerged on a planet Earth, whose environmental conditions were very different to those of the Earth today. In this context, our paper describes the basic ingredients that existed on the early Earth as a recipe for prebiotic chemists. We also evoke the open questions concerning the origin of life.
"Mechanisms of α-synuclein neurotoxicity in Parkinson's disease, a study in the Drosophila model"
A closer look at microbes: deciphering the role of their surface to better prevent contaminations
This prize recognizes her engagement and her activities, via long-term collaborations with Hungarian scientists, in favor of chemical research in Hungary.
Today manganese(II) is the most promising candidate to replace gadolinium towards safer and more biocompatible MRI contrast agents. However, its selective complexation versus other essential metal ions, such as zinc, remains very challenging
To understand SUMOylation, a reaction that regulates the functions of many proteins
"The devil is in the methyl : Generation and degradation of methylated RNAs"
"Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae as a next-generation eukaryotic whole-cell copper biosensor and its interaction with thermally-reversible Pluronic F127-based hydrogel"