CARELL GROUP – Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry

DNA Materials – Repair of DNA Damage – RNA Modifications


An introduction to the CARELL GROUP


carell group laboratories

CARELL GROUP

Laboratories

The high-tech campus Großhadern, where the LMU Departments of Pharmacy, Chemistry and Biochemistry have been located since 1999, is the home base of the Carell group.

With a foundation in synthetic organic chemistry, the group reaches out to unravel the mysteries of the molecules of life, with emphasis on the nucleic acids. These versatile molecules are both extremely stable and extremely diverse in their chemistry.

In the case of DNA, highly efficient replication and repair systems have ensured the stability of the genetic code for millions of years. In the case of RNA, about 170 different building blocks of RNA have been identified so far. The function of these molecules spans from information storage and inheritance to the regulation of life-processes and fascinating catalytic properties. It is at this interface between Chemistry and Biology where the Carell group positions itself.

News


ICEM Foundation Stone Ceremony
Markus Müller, 14.06.2018
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On Monday, 11. June, the foundation stone for the new ICEM building was set.

Interview mit Thomas Carell im Laborjournal
Markus Müller, 13.04.2018
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Hans Zauner spricht mit Thomas Carell über den Ursprung des Lebens.

More fossils of the early Earth
Martin Rossa, 13.03.2018
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We present simple cascade reactions that lead to the formation of methylated and aminoacylated nucleosides under prebiotic conditions.

Now Published!
Markus Müller, 08.03.2018
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A type-set version of "Non-canonical bases in the genome: The regulatory information layer in DNA" is now online in Angewandte Chemie.

Modified Nucleosides can be considered as molecular fossils
Martin Rossa, 11.01.2018
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Modified and canonical nucleosides are accessible in parallel through continous wet-dry cycles. Nat. Commun.

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Focus of the group


research

CARELL GROUP

A Synonym for Successful DNA Research

RESEARCH

Our research is centered around the Chemical Biology of Nucleic Acids. We have a special interest in RNA and DNA modifications, including regulatory/epigenetic modifications as well as detrimental DNA lesions and their repair. An additional research focus includes synthetic modifications, such as applying click chemistry to DNA, building brighter probes for diagnostics and optimizing gene transfer.

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EPIGENETIC TOOLS

Novel Phosphoramidites of New Epigenetic Bases

EPIGENETIC TOOLS

The Carell group has developed sophisticated tools for DNA and RNA research. These are isotopically labelled nucleosides for tracing and quantification. Our phosphoramidites are now sold through GlenResearch. Find out what is available.

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Publications CARELL GROUP

The Complete List

PUBLICATIONS

Here you will find a complete list of our published research in high-impact journals like Science, Nature, Cell and Angewandte Chemie.

Links will guide you to the publishers' websites. Latest papers on top.

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Lectures and Courses

by the CARELL GROUP

TEACHING

Prof. Carell teaches bioorganic chemistry (OC3) in the Bachelor of Chemistry and Biochemistry program. Together with Dr. Müller, he offers a program in Chemical Biology, consisting of two lectures and a practical course. In the Supplements section, students can find study examples for their exam preparation.

The way to our laboratories


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