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The institute in the Helmut Ruska Building
The institute in the Helmut Ruska Building represents with its staff the subject of clinical, molecular and general virology in research and teaching and is integrated into health-care by comprehensive virological diagnostics. The institute is situated on the campus Charité Mitte.
The building is named after the physician Helmut Ruska (1908-1973) who worked in the Charité in the 1930s and as first researcher made viruses visible by electron microscopy.
The institute carries out virological diagnostics, in particular antibody, antigene, nucleic acid and virus detection. In addition, it is national reference laboratory for hantaviruses.
Learn more about the institute.