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Institut für Klinische Molekularbiologie
Christian-Albrechts-Unversität zu Kiel
24105 Kiel, Germany
Tel.: +49 431 500 151 01
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Email:sekretariat [at] mucosa.de ( IKMB)
The Institut für Klinische Molekularbiologie is a public body; it is part of Kiel University. The Institut für Klinische Molekularbiologie is represented by its Executive Board: Professor Stefan Schreiber, Professor Philip Rosenstiel and Professor Andre Franke.
Legally responsible for the website of the Institut für Klinische Molekularbiologie in accordance with Section 5 of the German Telemedia Act [TMG]/Section 55 of the Interstate Broadcasting Treaty [RStV]: Professor Stefan Schreiber, Professor Philip Rosenstiel and Professor Andre Franke (address: see above).
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Ministry of Education and Cultural Issues of the Land of Schleswig-Holstein
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