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EASTBIO New chemical tools to understand and exploit tubulin diversity

Microtubules are long polymers important for cell division, intracellular transport and polarity. Many isotypes of microtubules co-exist in human cells and levels of expression vary with the cell type. Read more

EASTBIO Investigating the Assembly of Bacterial Encapsulins for the Efficient Engineering of Nanoscale Bioreactors

Encapsulins are bacterial capsid-like nanocompartments roughly 25-30 nm in diameter. These large protein assemblies are made up of either 60 or 180 copies of a single 30 kDa protomers which assemble to form a hollow icosahedral protein cage. Read more

EASTBIO Bone biomineralisation

This project will investigate the fundamental mechanisms which regulate bone mineralisation through extracellular vesicles. A deeper understanding of this process will expose new therapeutic targets for the treatment of bone disorders. Read more

EASTBIO An integrated approach to deciphering the role of proline in intrinsically disordered protein regions

Proteins often have a well-defined structure that is key to it performing their function. Intrinsically disordered regions (IDRs) have no defined 3D structure and are found in many proteins, yet their purpose is poorly understood. Read more

EASTBIO: Bifunctional small molecules beyond PROTACs: Proximity-inducing new downstream chemistries to rewire cell signaling

Proteolysis targeting chimeras (PROTACs) are a popular class of bifunctional molecules that simultaneously engage a target protein on one end and an E3 ubiquitin ligase on the other end, forming a ternary complex that facilitates the rapid ubiquitylation and subsequent degradation of the target protein. Read more

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