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Understanding the Role of Extracellular Vesicle/Exosome Transport in the Visual System

For informal enquiries, please contact the supervisor. Dr Ben Mead (. MeadB@Cardiff.ac.uk. ). Cellular communication has typically been understood as cells secreting messenger proteins, known as cytokines and growth factors, which bind to receptors on recipient cells and elicit their desired effect. Read more

Understanding the skin barrier through molecular simulation

The barrier function of skin is known to be localized to the stratum corneum, the outermost layer of the skin. The stratum corneum is composed of corneocytes (dead skin cells) surrounded by a dense lipid matrix that serves as the only continuous path for permeation through the skin. Read more

Climate change reduces the nutritional value of food crops

Increasing atmospheric CO. 2. concentrations and increasing temperatures are causing physiological responses in crops, which lead to them having reduced protein and micronutrient contents. Read more

The effects of the social and physical environment on conflict management behaviour and stress physiology in a group living fish

Group living offers many advantages for animals, including protection from predators and the opportunity to cooperate. However, as resources like food or reproductive opportunities are limited, living with other individuals often leads to conflict. Read more

How do urban adapters thrive in anthropogenically-modified environments?

Urbanisation produces increasingly fragmented landscapes that can impact survival, physiology and behaviour of animals by magnifying exposure to chemical, light and noise pollution as well as changes in food resources. Read more

Environmental Conditions, Clock and Sleep

Our group investigates circadian clocks in mammals using mice as a model system. We are interested in the question how clocks in different tissues adjust to environmental cues and how the brain integrates this information to produce coherent systemic circadian rhythms. Read more

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