Biological barriers organize compartmentalization within multi-cellular organisms, thereby controlling a number of pivotal processes of cells. Perturbations of barrier functions are central in many inflammatory diseases. Our research network addresses fundamental aspects of the formation, function and penetration of biological barriers in homeostasis and inflammatory diseases. read more
Please mark your calendars! We cordially invite you to join this international conference and discuss the latest developments in research on inflammation and the imaging of the immune system with us. The symposium is organised by eight research networks from the University of Münster – CRU 342, CRC 1009, CRC 1450, CRC/TR 128, CRC/TR 332, InFlame, CareerS and Cells in Motion.
At our three-day symposium in Münster, scientists from the University of Münster and international guests discussed the latest developments in the research field of inflammation and imaging of the immune system.
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