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The new medicine of DNA repair pathways: damage repair vulnerabilities in cancer
Type of event: Symposia
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Scientists at global biopharmaceutical company MSD and the Crick have started a unique new collaboration to understand the causes of Motor Neurone Disease.
We study how cells make proteins and fold them into functional molecular machines. Almost every biochemical reaction in our cells is carried out by proteins. These tiny molecular machines are made as straight chains, but to work properly they must...
Publications from the Balchin lab.
Journal Article: Molecular CellYear Published: (2014) Volume Number: 53, Article Number: 645-654
Journal Article: Pharmaceutical MedicineYear Published: (2016) Volume Number: 30, Article Number: 133-135
Journal Article: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of AmericaYear Published: (2014) Volume Number: 111, Article Number: 4019-4024
Journal Article: BMC Evolutionary BiologyYear Published: (2011) Volume Number: 11, Article Number: 227
This is a summer student position supervised by Ewen Calder in Louise Walport’s lab.
Journal Article: Journal of Proteomics & BioinformaticsYear Published: (2012) Volume Number: 5, Article Number: 283-289