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Interrogating the function of deubiquitylases

Industrial Supervisor. Andy Pearce (MISSION Therapeutics). The Babraham Research Campus (BRC) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a BBSRC Collaborative Training Partnership (CTP) Award for 15 PhD Studentships (5 per year for 3 years) to start in October 2022. Read more

Exploring the Molecular Architecture of FADD:Caspase-8 Signalling Platforms and how this determines cell fate

 Following exposure to drugs or environmental agents, several large multi-protein signalling platforms play a key role in determining cell death or survival. Caspase-8, a key regulator of cell fate, is recruited/activated within these complexes; for example, the Death-Inducing Signalling Complex (DISC), Necrosome and Ripoptosome. Read more

Nanometer scale mapping as a tool to analyse adverse outcome pathways

Super-resolution fluorescence microscopy has revolutionized the understanding of cellular organization by allowing quantitative analysis of protein assemblies architecture, in situ, at the nanoscale (Sydor et al. Read more

Chromatin dynamics in development and disease

The genetic information of eukaryotic cells is packaged into chromatin. Key to this process are histone proteins that are subject to various post-translational… Read more

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

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