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Recent Publication: Eleanor Miller (2015) - Royal Society, Open Science

22 August 2018

Congratulations to Eleanor Miller, 2015 cohort PhD student in the BBSRC DTP Programme, for publishing the paper ‘ Global demographic history of human populations inferred from whole mitochondrial genomes ’ in Royal Society, Open Science.

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Recent Publication: Josie Gaynord (2014) - Advanced Therapeutics

7 August 2018

Congratulations to Josie Gaynord, 2014 cohort PhD student in the BBSRC DTP Programme, for publishing the paper ‘ Two‐Component Stapling of Biologically Active and Conformationally Constrained Peptides: Past, Present, and Future’ in Advanced Therapeutics. Abstract Peptides are an emerging class of therapeutics in the...

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Recent Publication: Laura Mitchell (2014) - Proteins

25 July 2018

Congratulations to Laura Mitchell, 2014 cohort PhD student in the BBSRC DTP Programme, for publishing the paper ‘ Comparative analysis of nanobody sequence and structure data’ in Proteins. Abstract Nanobodies are a class of antigen‐binding protein derived from camelids that achieve comparable binding affinities and...

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Recent Publication: Corinne Tovey (2015), 'γ-TuRC Heterogeneity Revealed by Analysis of Mozart1’ in Current Biology.

23 July 2018

Congratulations to Corinne Tovey, 2015 cohort PhD student in the BBSRC DTP Programme, for publishing the paper ‘γ-TuRC Heterogeneity Revealed by Analysis of Mozart1’ in Current Biology. Abstract Microtubules are essential for various cell processes [1] and are nucleated by multi-protein γ-tubulin ring complexes (γ-TuRCs)...

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Recent Publication: Rowena Downie (2015) - Frontiers in Plant Science

4 July 2018

Congratulations to Rowena Downie, 2015 cohort PhD student in the BBSRC DTP Programme, for publishing the paper ‘ Assessing European Wheat Sensitivities to Parastagonospora nodorum Necrotrophic Effectors and Fine-Mapping the Snn3-B1 Locus Conferring Sensitivity to the Effector SnTox3’ in Frontiers in Plant Science. Abstract...

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Recent Publication: Barney Slater (2014) - Angewandte Chemie

11 June 2018

Congratulations to Barney Slater, 2014 cohort PhD student in the BBSRC DTP Programme, for publishing the paper ‘Solar Water Splitting with a Hydrogenase Integrated in Photoelectrochemical Tandem Cells’ in Angewandte Chemie . Abstract Hydrogenases (H2ases) are benchmark electrocatalysts for H2 production, both in biology...

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Recent Publication: Josie Gaynord (2014) - Clinical Science

25 April 2018

Congratulations to Josie Gaynord, 2014 cohort PhD student in the BBSRC DTP Programme, for publishing the paper ‘Stapled peptides as a new technology to investigate protein–protein interactions in human platelets’ in Clinical Science. Abstract Platelets are blood cells with numerous crucial pathophysiological roles in...

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Recent Publication: Celia Alda-Catalinas (2015) - Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology

23 April 2018

Congratulations to Celia Alda-Catalinas, 2015 cohort PhD student in the BBSRC DTP Programme, for publishing the paper ‘ Dynamics of the epigenetic landscape during the maternal-to-zygotic transition’ in Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology. Abstract A remarkable epigenetic remodelling process occurs shortly after...

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Recent Publication: Laura Mitchell (2014) - Protein Engineering, Design and Selection

22 March 2018

Congratulations to Laura Mitchell, 2014 cohort PhD student in the BBSRC DTP Programme, for publishing the paper ‘ Analysis of nanobody paratopes reveals greater diversity than classical antibodies’ in Protein Engineering, Design and Selection. Abstract Nanobodies (Nbs) are a class of antigen-binding protein derived from...

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Recent Publication: Celia Alda-Catalinas (2015) - Nature Communications

22 February 2018

Congratulations to Celia Alda-Catalinas, 2015 cohort PhD student in the BBSRC DTP Programme, for publishing the paper ‘scNMT-seq enables joint profiling of chromatin accessibility DNA methylation and transcription in single cells ’ in Nature Communications. Abstract Parallel single-cell sequencing protocols represent...

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