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Donald Guu bridges the worlds of physics and biology

Dr Donald Guu works at Caesar in the group of Prof. Kaupp but also spends a lot of time at the LIMES institute collaborating with Thomas Quast from AG Kolanus. Here, he answered some of our questions.   In short, what is your research project about? Our goal is to decouple the mechanisms used by immune cells to sense chemokine gradients. We analyze this question … Continue reading Donald Guu bridges the worlds of physics and biology »