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We have 8 Structural Biology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Leicester

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Structural Biology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Leicester

We have 8 Structural Biology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Leicester

Join Our Quest to Unravel the Secrets of Eukaryotic Genomes!

We're on the lookout for passionate PhD students who are eager to delve deep into the mysteries of our DNA. Our quest? To understand the subtle changes that determine how our genes function, both in sickness and in health. Read more

Structural and functional characterisation of MALT1 ubiquitination to aid in the development of novel anti-cancer therapies

Nuclear factor-kappa B (NF-kB) is a family of transcription factors that play a crucial role in regulating various cellular processes; primarily related to immune responses, inflammation, and cell survival. 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

Structural investigation of oncogenic splicing factors

More than 90% of human genes can and do express multiple proteins. This is achieved by a process called alternative RNA splicing, which is an essential step in gene expression in mammals. Read more

Obtaining an integrated understanding of oncogenic RAS signalling

The RAS family of small GTPases act as signalling hubs regulating cell proliferation and differentiation. The physiological importance of RAS signalling is evident as about 25% of all human cancers harbour mutations in ras genes, where kras is most frequently mutated (about 18%) (COSMIC, v94). Read more
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