European research money for Max Planck researchers<br /> 

German Centre for Cardiovascular Research, British Heart Foundation and the Dutch Heart Foundation provide 5.3 million euros to international research teams more

Microscopic view of immune cell infiltration of lungs in mice lacking the TET3 enzyme. Compared to the lungs of control animals (left), immune cells (macrophages, colored red) accumulate in the lungs of mice lacking TET3. Cell nuclei are stained blue, smooth muscle cells green.

TET3 protects smooth muscle cells from rampant inflammatory responses

Fibrocytes boost lung tumor development

Fibrocyte driven changes to lung tissue remodeling promote tumor growth and metastasis more

Cell receptor involved in autoimmune diseases?

P2Y10 receptor promotes migration of CD4 T lymphocytes more

miR1 and miR133a block cell division in heart cells

Approach for strengthening heart regeneration discovered more

Biomarker predicts severity of COVID-19 infection early on

High expression of the "fitness gene hFwe-Lose" in the lung reliably predicts severe progression more

The division of the indivisible: Heart regeneration possible after genetic reprogramming of cardiac muscle cells

Timed transient expression of stem cell factors enables cardiac regeneration in the mouse heart more

Without scars: Research team is on the trail of complete tissue and organ regeneration

Crucial regenerative mechanism discovered more

Mohamed El-Brolosy receives Otto Hahn Medal and Peter Hans Hofschneider Prize

Scientifc awards for doctoral thesis on heart and lung research more

<p>EU funds research on genetic defects at the Max Planck Institute</p>

Didier Stainier receives 2.5 million euros from the European Research Council more

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