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We have 61 transcription PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Understanding transcription factor complexes controlling endothelial cell quiescence and escape from quiescence

Endothelial cell proliferation and lymphatic cell proliferation is initiated during angiogenesis and lymphangiogenesis respectively and are both regulated by the VEGF signalling pathway. With some exceptions, endothelial and lymphatic cells in healthy individuals are quiescent and do not proliferate. Read more

ROLE OF FOXO1 TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR IN B-CELL MALIGNANCIES

The project is focused on FoxO1 transcription factor and its role in the pathophysiology of chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL). Although the therapy of CLL has made several remarkable improvements, the disease still remains incurable. Read more

Structural insights into genome control by cohesin

Our basic goal is to understand how chromatin structure influences gene regulation. Chromatin is generally repressive in nature but its structure is manipulated by cells in a regulated way to determine which genes are potentially transcriptionally active and which genes remain repressed in a given cell type. Read more

Understanding the evolution of gene regulatory networks through biophysical modelling and machine learning

The ability to coordinate the expression of genes within a cell is at the heart of life. When and how much of a specific gene is turned into a protein is essential for organisms to respond to their environment and to manage resources. Read more

Delineating the IRF6 regulatory network driving periderm formation and function

During development, the ectoderm passes through a series of cell states to produce a self-replenishing, multi-layered epidermis. Initial stratification forms a single-cell layer of flattened periderm cells which act as a barrier to prevent pathological adhesions during embryogenesis. Read more

The effects of supplementation and exercise on the synergistic interplay between vitamins D and K

  Research Group: Institute of Life and Earth Sciences
Vitamins D and K are both essential nutrients that play a crucial role in human health. Low levels of the fat-soluble vitamins have, independently, been associated with impaired physical health in numerous populations, i.e. Read more

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