BayGene im Genzentrum der LMU München


  • Short facts

    • Research & Development
  • Year founded 2004
  • Employees (site): not available
  • Turnover: not available

Products/services: Within the scope of the Bavarian genome research network nine scientifically outstanding projects are supported at the moment in the field of functional genome research with an amount of approx. 3.8 million euros per year.

Basic data


BayGene im Genzentrum der LMU München


Feodor - Lynen - Str. 25

PC / City

81377 München


Upper Bavaria


+49 89 8595054


+49 89 85661680

Language skills

English, German

Contact person

Management: Dr. Ulrike Kaltenhauser (Mrs.)


Core competencies

They aim at a better understanding of functions, interactions and regularisations of human genes and genetic products. By taking into consideration the specific strengths of Bavaria, new methods and topics are taken up and worked on. Today the modern genetics operates with new statistical methods for the modelling of data in order to predict the reactions of biological systems to environmenatl or genetic changes. The projects of the Bavarian genome research network work are geared to provide better understanding right on this issue.

Key sectors / sub-sectors

  • Biotechnology


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