Research at INET aims to understand the principles and specifics of
protein interaction network function, and how perturbations by
microbes and evolutionary processes result in altered phenotypes.
The underlying question is: How are biological networks modulated to
exhibit desirable novel phenotypes?
The vision of our research is that understanding molecular networks
and their dynamics by natural perturbations will facilitate their
targeted modulation for applications in medicine and bio economy.
In our integrated research we use high-throughput protein-interaction
mapping,modeling, bioinformatic data integration, and
hypothesis-driven cell biology, genetics, and biochemistry
German Research Center for Environmental Health
Institute of Network Biology (INET)
Ingolstaedter Landstraße 1