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Congratulations to the recipients of the SFB/ Transregio grants:

University of Bonn researchers were successful in the securing SFB/Transregio grants.The SFB/Transregio Aortic Diseases will be working on basic and clinical research on expanding the understanding of fundamental principles in the pathogenesis of aortic diseases. The SFB/Transregio Cellular mechanisms of antibiotic action and production intends to further investigate the biochemical production and action mechanisms of antibiotics.

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