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MSc by Research: Using genome editing to study the mechanisms of immune cell proliferation and differentiation

T lymphocytes mediate long-term adaptive immunity to viruses and tumour cells. T lymphocytes recognize foreign antigens via specific interactions with the T cell receptor (TCR) that is expressed on the cell surface. Read more

MSc by Research: How are SUMO substrates selected for modification ?

SUMO has diverse roles in cellular physiology that in most cases are mediated by its ability to interact non-covalently with hydrophobic patches of low sequence complexity known as SUMO Interaction Motifs (SIMs). Read more

MSc by Research: Analysis of the involvement of mechanosensory system in food search and feeding behaviour

Animals rely on their sensory system to find food and avoid predators. Although olfaction and gustation have been well studied, effect of mechanosensation on food search is underexplored although touch is used frequently in human infants. Read more

MSc by Research: Regulation and mechanics in polarized trafficking

Membranes and their protein organization are a frontier in our understanding of cell biology. We focus on polarized trafficking as a model to uncover fundamental mechanisms in the organization of structures at membranes. Read more

MSc by Research: Understanding the functions of ERphagy via its targeted cargos

The selective degradation of the endoplasmic reticulum via autophagy, also known as ERphagy, is a fundamental cellular process that has been observed under different stresses and stimuli. Read more

MSc by Research: Protein secretion landscapes in human immune cells

Roughly one third of the human genome encodes secretory and membrane proteins. Following synthesis in the endoplasmic reticulum (ER), these proteins are captured into transport vesicles for delivery within the cell. Read more

MSc by Research: Glueing proteins together with small molecules

Recent advances from the Ciulli Lab and others have contributed to the establishment of a game-changing new modality of chemical intervention into biological system – one that moves beyond the state-of-the-art. Read more

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