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We have 19 Virology (cellular biology) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Cell biology of influenza A virus infections: Mechanistic research at the interface of virus entry and host proteins and processes.

Viruses are obligatory parasites that hijack cellular functions to survive. Virus entry - the steps before viral replication begins -is regulated by multitude of host proteins and processes that interact with the incoming virus. Read more

White Rose BBSRC Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) in Mechanistic Biology

We are the White Rose BBSRC Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) in Mechanistic Biology, bringing together the research of the world-class molecular and cellular bioscience centres at the White Rose universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York. Read more

White Rose BBSRC Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) in Mechanistic Biology

We are the White Rose BBSRC Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) in Mechanistic Biology, bringing together the research of the world-class molecular and cellular bioscience centres at the White Rose universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York. Read more

White Rose BBSRC Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) in Mechanistic Biology

We are the White Rose BBSRC Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) in Mechanistic Biology, bringing together the research of the world-class molecular and cellular bioscience centres at the White Rose universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York. Read more

Nucleic Acid Sensing During Virus Infection

Virus infection is a constant threat to the cells of all living organisms. To counter this threat, cellular receptors detect virus presence and activate potent antiviral immune responses. Read more

Nucleic Acid Sensing During Virus Infection

Virus infection is a constant threat to the cells of all living organisms. To counter this threat, cellular receptors detect virus presence and activate potent antiviral immune responses. Read more

Adaptation to oxidative stress in hepatitis C virus persistence: the role of IRES-dependent translation.

Hepatitis C virus (HCV) causes a clinically important disease affecting 3% of the world population (Chan 2014). About 75% of the infection will develop into chronic hepatitis, which can then progress into fibrosis, cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma. Read more

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