Prof. Dr. Heinrich Sticht

Institute of Biochemistry

Protein-protein interactions play a crucial role for the transduction of information in biological systems. The identification of the underlying principles of molecular recognition is important for the understanding of regulatory mechanisms as well as for the prediction of novel, physiologically relevant protein interactions. The bioinformatics group is primarily interested in investigating molecular interactions by a variety of computational tools (e.g. sequence data analysis, molecular modeling, and molecular dynamics).

Research projects

  • Protein aggregation
  • Host-pathogen interaction
  • Molecular communication processes

Current projects

No projects found.

Recent publications




Related Research Fields