All Research Groups

Octopamine receptors

Jonne Laurila
jonne.laurila[at]utu.fi

Institute of Biomedicin,
University of Turku

Jonne Laurila

Assay development, Basic research, Biomedicine, Biotechnology, Cardiovascular diseases, Drug target, Molecular Biology, Molecular Cell Biology, Molecular modelling, Natural products, Pharmacology, Receptor, Screening, Signaling, Structural Biology, Target discovery

Digital DNA diagnostics for detection of antimicrobial resistant pathogens

Ari Lehmusvuori
artule[at]utu.fi

Department of Biochemistry,
University of Turku

Ari Lehmusvuori

Antibioottiresistenttien bakteerien nopea detektio digitaalisella DNA-sensoritekniikalla

Assay development, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Cardiovascular diseases, Clinical Chemistry, Clinical Medicine, Genetics, Genomics, In Vitro Diagnostics, Infection, Molecular diagnostics, Molecular modelling, Nucleic acids

Graphene based electrochemical sensors for metal ions and biomolecules

Tom Lindfors
Tom.Lindfors[at]abo.fi

Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry,
Åbo Akademi University

Tom Lindfors

Biomedical Epigenomics

Riikka Lund
riikka.lund[at]utu.fi

Biomedical Epigenomics Group,
Turku Bioscience,

University of Turku

Riikka Lund

Biomedical Epigenomics

Ageing-related diseases, Basic research, Biomarker, Biomedicine, Biotechnology, Data mining, Diagnostics, Disease models, Drug target, Epigenomics, Genetics, Genomics, Imaging, Molecular Biology, Molecular Cell Biology, Molecular diagnostics, Next-generation sequencing, Personalized medicine, Target discovery

Myeloid cells in regulation of chronic inflammation, autoimmunity and tumor microenvironment

Jorma Määttä
jmaatta[at]utu.fi

Institute of Biomedicine,
University of Turku

Jorma Määttä

Basic research, Biomedicine, Breast cancer, Cancer, Disease models, Drug target, Formulation, Inflammation, Molecular Cell Biology, Next-generation sequencing, Particle size analysis, Pharmacology, Pharmacy, Proteomics, Super-resolution imaging, Target discovery, Zeta potential

B lymphocyte activation and the role of the cytoskeleton in health and disease

Pieta Mattila
pieta.mattila[at]utu.fi

Institute of Biomedicine,
University of Turku

Pieta Mattila

Mattila Lab

Allergy, Antibodies, Autoimmune diseases, Basic research, Biomedicine, Cancer, Drug target, Imaging, Immunology, Infection, Inflammation, Inherited diseases, Molecular Cell Biology, Pathology, Proteomics, Receptor, Signaling, Super-resolution imaging, Target discovery