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Ramona Jühlen

RWTH Aachen University

I am a postdoctoral fellow with the group of Prof Wolfram Antonin at the RWTH Aachen University.

I especially enjoy reading preprints in the areas of mechanobiology, cell architecture and chromatin/nuclear organisation. But I am also greatly inspired by methodological approaches presenting bioinformatic tools.

Ramona Jühlen has added 4 preLight posts

Architectural RNA is required for heterochromatin organization

Jitendra Thakur, He Fang, Trizia Llagas, et al.

Selected by 05 December 2019

Ramona Jühlen

Genomics

GeneWalk identifies relevant gene functions for a biological context using network representation learning

Robert Ietswaart, Benjamin M. Gyori, John A. Bachman, et al.

Selected by 04 October 2019

Ramona Jühlen

Bioinformatics

GenEPi: Piezo1-based fluorescent reporter for visualizing mechanical stimuli with high spatiotemporal resolution

Sine Yaganoglu, Nordine Helassa, Benjamin M. Gaub, et al.

Selected by 07 August 2019

Ramona Jühlen

Bioengineering

Ran GTPase regulates non-centrosomal microtubule nucleation and is transported by actin waves towards the neurite tip

Yung-An Huang, Chih-Hsuan Hsu, Ho-Chieh Chiu, et al.

Selected by 16 July 2019

Ramona Jühlen

Neuroscience

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