Due to the pandemic our team has also moved to home office to make our contribution to stop the spreading of COVID19. We can be reached by e-mail and via videoconferencing. While chemical pollution is not in the centre of attention today, it remains an ongoing issue and our work will continue to contribute to a future without chemical pollution.
Due to the pandemic we are not offering experimental theses in summer term 2020 but you can express your interest for fall 2020 by clicking here.
Our team has published two papers on the role of metabolism, one that is characterizing cellular metabolism in high-throughput in vitro reporter gene assays (Fischer FC, Abele C, Henneberger L, Klüver N, König M, Mühlenbrink M, Schlichting R, Escher BI. 2020. Chem Res Toxicol:in press, 10.1021/acs.chemrestox.1020c00037.) and one dealing with the bioavailability of hydrophobic organic chemicals on an in vitro metabolic transformation using rat liver S9 fraction (Kwon, JW, Lee, HJ, Escher, BI, Toxicology in Vitro 66 (2020) 104835)