Investigating congenital heart disease is exciting. Have a look at this cell model: The cilia stick up like antennas. The red mitochondria serve as powerhouses of the cells. Among others, researchers at the Competence Network are investigating the interaction of cilia and mitochondria in heart malformations., fotolia.com | Sebastian Kaulitzki © fotolia.com | Sebastian Kaulitzki

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Research is exciting. It can fascinate us, wear us down, surprise us - and it motivates us. It is absolutely essential when it comes to our health, particularly in the field of congenital heart disease. What do researchers and physicians experience? What does that mean for the patients? What is the news and which doors to our future does research open? We investigate. Read here what we find out. Or, if you like, you can subscribe to our newsletter.


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