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University of Sheffield, Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Molecular Biology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Addressing the functional significance of distinct paths to catalytic sites within the exosome
  Dr P Mitchell
Applications accepted all year round

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The exosome RNase complex contains two associated catalytic subunits, one of which has two distinct catalytic sites (Mitchell, 2014).
  Analysis of the exoribonuclease Rex1
  Dr P Mitchell
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Inhibition of one exosome catalytic subunit renders cells dependent upon another RNase called Rex1.
  Bactofilins and the bacterial cytoskeleton
  Dr E Hoiczyk
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Newly developed light and electron microscopy methods are revolutionising our understanding of bacterial cells. Once thought to be simple, bacteria have now been recognised at highly organised cells using many elements previously only known from eukaryotes.
  BBSRC White Rose CASE studentship - Novel approaches for the identification of allosteric inhibitors of high value therapeutic targets
  Prof J P Waltho
Application Deadline: 6 January 2020

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This study will develop a novel approach to identify allosteric inhibitor sites on a wide variety of high-value therapeutic targets, including protein kinases, protein phosphatases and small G-proteins.
  BBSRC White Rose DTP Studentship - A novel bacteriophage defence system to control antibiotic resistant Campylobacter jejuni, the most prevalent food-borne pathogen
  Prof D J Kelly, Dr J Rafferty
Application Deadline: 6 January 2020

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Campylobacter jejuni is the most common cause of food-borne gastroenteritis in the western world. Human infections result from consumption of contaminated chicken and the incidence has increased in recent years, including the emergence of multi-drug resistant campylobacters.
  Biogenesis of the Clostridium difficile cell surface
  Dr R Fagan
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Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) is a major cause of morbidity and mortality in our hospitals. Infection normally follows disruption of the gut normal flora by broad-spectrum antibiotic treatment.
  Development of a novel immunotoxin
  Dr L J Partridge
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Immunotoxins represent a form of immunotherapy whereby antibodies are used to target a toxin, usually to cancer or infected host cells.
  Dissecting the mechanisms of antibiotic resistance in Clostridium difficile
  Dr R Fagan
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Antibiotic resistance in pathogenic bacteria is one of the greatest health challenges facing humanity today.
  Engineering E. coli as a cell factory for biotechnology
  Dr J Green
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The model bacterium Escherichia coli is metabolically versatile with ability to adapt to ever changing environmental conditions by reprogramming gene expression.
  Functional analysis of novel genes important in the physiology and pathogenesis of the human pathogen Campylobacter jejuni
  Prof D J Kelly
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Campylobacter jejuni and E. coli are the commonest cause of human bacterial gastroenteritis worldwide. Although pathogenic in humans, C.
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