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Cluster Laboratories

The interdisciplinary, interactive approach is based on two different structures working closely together.

Cluster Laboratories (CL VII-XIII) are technology-driven “think tanks” delivering knowledge, teaching, scientific technology development, expertise and experimental space for research. The Cluster Laboratories are not meant to provide just service but to actively participate in the research and foster collaboration projects. Thus being a place of scientific collaboration and knowledge transfer.
Cluster Laboratories strategically cover different technology driven central areas of the research agenda of the Cluster. The Cluster Laboratories combine expertise in the field of human immunophenotyping, large scale genotyping and next generation sequencing, theoretical biology, dynamics of molecular interactions, epidemiology, mouse model systems and interdisciplinary patient phenotyping and study design (CCIM).

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