Institut für Theoretische Physik
Start / Aktuell / Institut
Juli  2015
Do
02.07.2015
Sitzungssaal Mathematik
Theoretische Physik
15:15

A pp-wave spacetime is a Lorentzian manifold with a parallel lightlike vector field [...] (the rest of the abstract is lost)

Kontakt: K.-H. Rehren
Mo
06.07.2015
Seminarraum A.04.101
Theoretische Physik
14:15
Quantenfeldtheorie (Forschungsseminar M.Phy.412)

Lucas Schmidt, Franz Kaiser
Göttingen

TBA



Kontakt: K.-H. Rehren
Mo
06.07.2015
Seminarraum A3.101
Theoretische Physik
15:00
Aktuelle Probleme der theoretischen Festkörperphysik (Forschungsseminar M.Phy.411)



Di
07.07.2015
Seminarraum A3.101
Theoretische Physik
14:15
Theoretisch-physikalisches Seminar

Matthias Kaminski
University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa

Quasinormal Modes of Electric and Magnetic Black Branes & Anisotropic Fluids Far From Equilibrium



Kontakt: S. Kehrein
Di
07.07.2015
SR 3, Institut für Theoretische Physik, A03.101
SFB 937
17:00
Seminar

Prof. Dr. Dieter Kube
UMG Göttingen, Abtl. Hämatologie und Onkologie

Cell migration and invasion of lymphoma cells in vitro and in xenograft models with particular focus to the role of Wnt signaling

Hodgkin’s lymphoma (HL) is characterized by a minority of malignant cells embedded in a background of reactive lymphoid stroma. Despite the identification of a complex network of deregulated pathways in HL, their influence on lymphoma migration, invasion, and the impact on the lymphoma microenvironment has not yet been investigated in detail.

Migration and invasion analysis have been carried out using the modified Boyden chamber assay, 3D-chemotaxis assays in combination with timelapse microscopy. For intervening signaling pathways chemical inhibitors, siRNA or corresponding overexpression plasmids for different ligands and pathway components have been used. A xenograft model for HL was established and evaluated using light microscopy, EM and micro-CT.

Comparing the migration rates of Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma and HLs, HL cells show the highest migration. Migration, invasion and adhesion of HL cells depend on autocrine signaling. The activity of this pathway in HLs is also important for lymphoma outgrowth and vascularization in a new xenograft model.

In this study the importance of a new pathway for HL cell migration, invasion, adhesion and the tumor outgrowth is shown as an important parameter of lymphoma progression.

Kontakt: Schmidt
Do
09.07.2015
Sitzungssaal Mathematik
Theoretische Physik
15:15
Graduiertenkolleg 1493

Christian Becker
Uni Potsdam

TBA



Kontakt: K.-H. Rehren
Mo
13.07.2015
SR4 oder Sitzungszimmer Mathematik
Theoretische Physik
14:15



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