…..Welcome to the Bühler lab…..

It’s all about RNA(i), dude!

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We are located at the Friedrich Miescher Institute in Basel, Switzerland.

News from the lab:

May 14, 2018

Today, Marc was elected as EMBO Member! Congrats!

April 5, 2018

We are excited to welcome Chiara Ruggeri to the lab! Chiara is an NCCR RNA & Disease Predoc rotation student and will spend her second stage with us.

March 29, 2018

Today was Veronika’s last day in the lab :(. We wish you all the best for your next steps, take care!

February 19, 2018

New paper published in Genes & Development on the role of Zc3h13/Flacc in depositing adenine methylation (m6A) on RNAs. Check it out this great work achieved in collaboration with the Roignant lab (IMB, Mainz):

Zc3h13/Flacc is required for adenosine methylation by bridging the mRNA-binding factor Rbm15/Spenito to the m6A machinery component Wtap/Fl(2)d

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February 18, 2018

Pics from the FMI Skiweekend :).



November 22, 2017

Veronika Ostapcuk successfully defended her PhD thesis! Congrats Dr. Ostapcuk!


November 17, 2017

Today was Vale’s last day in the lab :(. Take care and all the best for the future!


November 1, 2017

We welcome our new PhD student Aparna Pandey to the lab!





For older posts, see the news archive.


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