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Knowledge

These pages contain features on several research topics of our institute and subjects related to our research, which frequently evoke questions to our scientists. We combined background information, current publications, images and videos with contact information of our scientists.

Learn more about HIV, neuroprostheses and animal experimental research with non-human primates. Should you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact us.

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Animal Research

Here you can find more information on animal research in general, but especially at the DPZ. Information includes facts about laws, modell animals or medical advancement basing on animal research.

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HIV

Here you can find more information on HIV and the DPZ's research about the deadly virus.

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Influenza

Everybody knows the term "flu", but details about the real influenza virus are not common knowledge. Here you can find out more.

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Neuroprosthetics

These pages inform about neuroprosthetics and the neurobiological research done in this field at the DPZ. Neuroprosthetics aim at helping patients who suffer from severe brain damages to regain a part of their limb control.

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he Bruker BioSpec 94/30 magnetic resonance imaging system is suitable to examine rodents and small primates. Photo: Bruker Coorperation

Magnetic resonance imaging

Without any damage to or injuring of tissue, an MRI provides us with high-resolution, high-contrast images of the inside of the intact living organism. In contrast to the X-ray technique, this method is applied without the use of ionizing radiation and is therefore completely harmless for the body.

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A scientist of the DPZ's Stem Cell Biology Unit. Photo: Steuer

Stem cell research

Find out more about stem cell research and how this scientific topic is being studied at the DPZ.

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A gelada (Theropithecus gelada) in the Ethiopian highlands. Photo: Sascha Knauf

Primates

Monkeys are fascinating – not only are is their physical appearance similar to that of humans, they are also intelligent and live in complex societies. On the following webpages you will find information on the characteristics of primates, evolution and diversity as well as threats to primates.

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Biodiversity of primates

Here you can learn more about several primate species, especially those studied or discovered by DPZ scientists.

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