April 2021, Understand the regulation of genes with artificial intelligence

Laborpraxis (in German): Komplexe KI-Anwendung
Mit künstlicher Intelligenz die Regulation der Gene vestehen

February 2021, Interview with Laura Martens, PhD candidate

Many diseases such as cancer or rheumatism are based on genetic defects. Will it be possible to treat them with gene therapy in the future? To get closer to this goal, MUDS doctoral researcher Laura Martens is trying to decipher the gene regulatory cell codes. She is being helped by data from the international megaproject Human Cell Atlas.

To the interview.

February 2021, BPNet: Base-resolution mapping of TF binding syntax

Coverage for our paper Avsec et al. Base-resolution models of transcription-factor binding reveal soft motif syntax, Nature Genetics, 2021

TUM press release: Artificial intelligence deciphers genetic instructions
Highlight in the computer magazine c't': KI findet Gen-Schalter
Neuronale Netze entschlüsseln Code zur Genregulation

June 2019Kipoi: Repository of trained models for genomics

Coverage for our paper Avsec, Kreuzhuber, et al., The Kipoi repository accelerates community exchange and reuse of predictive models for genomics, Nature biotechnology, 2019

TUM press release: Intelligent algorithms for genome research

EMBL/EBI press release: New repository for algorithms trained on genomic data

Ärtzeblatt (in German): Open-Access-Platt­form bietet Wissenschaftlern neue Algorithmen zur Genomforschung

March 2018, A neuron can cause a domino effect

https://www.tum.de/nc/en/about-tum/news/press-releases/detail/article/34509/

 

June 2017, Diagnostics of Mendelian disorders by RNA sequencing

Coverage for our paper Kremer, Bader, et al. Diagnostics of Mendelian disorder by RNA sequencing, Nature communications, 2017

TUM press release: New route to a diagnosis

eMed-higlight: New route to a diagnosis

Genomeweb: Transcriptome Sequencing Boosts Diagnosis of Patients With Mitochondrial Disorders

 

June 2016, Transient Transcriptome sequencing

Coverage for our paper Schwalb, Michel, Zacher, et al. TT-Seq maps the human transient transcriptome, Science, 2016

TUM press release: Reading between the genes 

e:Med Highlight: Mapping regulatory regions

RNAseq blog: TT-seq maps the human transient transcriptome

 

February 2015, our junior alliance mitOmics is funded with 2.1 million Euros

TUM press release: Förderung für Suche nach Ursachen von mitochondrialen Krankheiten