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Phase transitions underlying viral replication: understanding the selectivity of viral replication factories through the lens of biomolecular condensates

There is an urgent need for new drugs to combat pathogenic viruses. Most existing antivirals inhibit virus attachment/entry or target key enzymes, and new antiviral targets are needed to develop novel treatments and counter antiviral resistance. Read more

Face off – Dissecting the role of phase separation in viral replication and antiviral responses

Background. The assembly of membraneless organelles is emerging as a fundamental paradigm for many cellular functions. Among these, stress granules (SGs) play a central role in health and disease by concentrating proteins and RNAs, driving adaption to stressful conditions, including viral infection. Read more

Probing Viral Receptor-Glycan Interactions using Polyvalent Multifunctional Glycan-Nanoparticle

  Research Group: School of Chemistry
Multivalent viral receptor-glycan interactions are central to viral infection and immune response regulation. However, the underpinning structural mechanisms are often poorly understood, due to a lack of effective probes for such complex, multimeric and flexible proteins. Read more

How do viral capsids subvert host defences and deliver viral genomes into the host cell nucleus?

Seeking a curious PhD student to join our interdisciplinary Structural Virology and Molecular. Machines group at the EMBL Australia Node in Single Molecule Science (SMS) at UNSW Sydney. Read more

Viral regulation of host cell DNA damage response pathways

Human adenoviruses are small non-enveloped viruses and possess a linear, double-stranded DNA genome. Adenovirus has long been used as a tool to dissect the molecular basis of key biological processes such as growth, differentiation and death. Read more

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