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Crick researchers are working at the forefront of the scientific response to answer some of the most urgent questions about the SARS-CoV-2 pathogen, from how we can improve testing, to why it’s deadly in some people but causes no symptoms in others.
The Francis Crick Institute is working at the forefront of the scientific response to coronavirus, volunteering expertise and facilities to help tackle the COVID-19 pandemic.
Crick Lectures are open to scientists from other institutes and universities in and around London and elsewhere. Attendees require a minimum of graduate-level biological knowledge and the Crick lectures are not suitable for school-aged participants.
Meet Pooja. Pooja works on detecting bugs and bacteria in ancient skeletons! Send in your questions to Pooja by Tuesday 4 August about her life in the lab and her research. On Friday 7 August she will answer as many questions as she can.
Resarch in the Turajlic lab on understanding the evolution of renal cell cancer.
A myriad of intriguing patterns exist throughout the natural world, many of which are visible to the naked eye.
Understanding how cells respond to ligands in complex physiological and pathological contexts in vivo requires a knowledge of the dynamics of signalling in addition to an understanding of the molecular wiring of the pathway. We have addressed this by using a combined experimental and computational modelling approach to study TGF-β superfamily signalling dynamics.
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Understanding mitotic nuclear remodeling from the comparative and synthetic biology perspectives is the main thrust of our current research.
Protein kinase C iota (PKCι) is a serine-threonine kinase that affects many cellular processes, including growth, proliferation, and motility.
Mammalian endonucleases play key roles in several DNA repair pathways and thereby help maintain genomic integrity.