Molecular biophysics and networks
Proteins, RNA and all other biomolecules act in concert and in a context.
As they tightly interact, they form regulatory and metabolic networks.
We study such networks in these interaction aspects by a number of methods from bioinformatics and systems biology.
Furthermore, the dynamic organization, e.g. assembly, stability, control and adaptation of these networks and their components depends critically on biophysical interactions. Hence, molecular networks are experimentally studied by us applying a number of biophysical methods, including super-resolution microscopy, single-molecule fluorescence spectroscopy and modeling as well as different standard methods to manipulate and study biomolecular assemblies.