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Molecular Biology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

We have 216 Molecular Biology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

Revealing low abundant but highly active nitrifiers in coastal sediments

Nitrification is a key global biogeochemical pathway oxidising the most reduced form of nitrogen –ammonia (NH. 3. ), to nitrite (NO) (ammonia oxidation, AO) and then nitrate (nitrite oxidation, NO). Read more

Untangling how Shelterin safeguards telomere structure and stability - one molecule at a time

Background. Telomeres solve two problems with linear chromosomes. the end-replication problem, DNA loss from the end of chromosomes every replication cycle; and the end-protection problem, protection of the chromosome ends to prevent chromosome fusions. Read more

Revealing Reactivity in Cancer-Associated Heme Proteins: Novel Time-Resolved Structural Approaches

Indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase 1 (IDO1) is a heme-containing enzyme involved in the degradation of tryptophan to kynurenine. Cancer cells upregulate IDO1 to escape normal immune responses and, in many cases, a high expression of IDO1 is connected to poor prognosis. Read more

Chemical energy conversion in biology studied using advanced spectroscopic and structural tools

Redox properties of metal-containing active sites are critically important to many biocatalytic processes. one third of all proteins contain a redox-active metal, and ca 22% of submissions to the Protein Data Bank contain a transition metal. Read more

Linking metabolism and metal resistance in pathogenic bacteria (SULLIVANM_U24AMSSCI)

Primary supervisor - Dr Matthew Sullivan. Group B Streptococcus (GBS) is an effective pathogen of humans and animals and is well known as the leading cause of often-fatal infections in newborn infants. Read more

Biodesigning the future of scent experience using microbial organisms

Based at Central Saint Martins, UAL, in collaboration with Haeckels. Project overview. Working with microbial organisms such as bacterial, algae, fungi and yeasts, this project aims to explore how scents of the future can be produced, designed and experienced. Read more

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