Dr. rer. nat. Jens Przybilla

Tel: 0341 - 97 16680
E-Mail: przybilla@izbi.uni-leipzig.de
Room: 442
Position: PostDoc

Academic Career

Scientific Interests


2016 (3)

  • T. Thalheim, P. Buske, J. Przybilla, K. Rother, M. Loeffler, J. Galle. Stem cell competition in the gut: insights from multi-scale computational modelling. J R Soc Interface. 2016. 13:
  • K. Keysselt, T. Kreutzmann, K. Rother, C. Kerner, K. Krohn, J. Przybilla, P. Buske, H. Loffler-Wirth, M. Loeffler, J. Galle, G. Aust. Different in vivo and in vitro transformation of intestinal stem cells in mismatch repair deficiency. Oncogene. 2016.
  • Z. Hamidouche, K. Rother, J. Przybilla, A. Krinner, D. Clay, L. Hopp, C. Fabian, A. Stolzing, H. Binder, P. Charbord, J. Galle. Bistable Epigenetic States Explain Age-Dependent Decline in Mesenchymal Stem Cell Heterogeneity. Stem Cells. 2016.

2014 (2)

  • J. Przybilla, T. Rohlf, M. Löffler, J. Galle. Understanding epigenetic changes in aging stem cells--a computational model approach. Aging Cell. 2014. 13: 320-8.
  • P. Buske, J. Przybilla, M. Löffler, J. Galle. The intestinal stem cell niche: a computational tissue approach. Biochem Soc Trans. 2014. 42: 671-7.

2013 (1)

  • H. Binder, L. Steiner, J. Przybilla, T. Rohlf, S. Prohaska, J. Galle. Transcriptional regulation by histone modifications: towards a theory of chromatin re-organization during stem cell differentiation. Phys Biol. 2013. 10: 026006.

2012 (1)

  • T. Rohlf, L. Steiner, J. Przybilla, S. Prohaska, H. Binder, J. Galle. Modeling the dynamic epigenome: from histone modifications towards self-organizing chromatin. Epigenomics. 2012. 4: 205-19.