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An advancement in analysing phosphorylated proteins - which govern how living organisms work - has been made by a Malmö University researcher at the Biofilms Research Center for Biointerfaces.
Such analysis is crucial to facilitate the development of new diagnostic and therapeutic tools, and now Celina Wierzbicka is set to defend her research with her thesis, ‘New Fractionation Tools Targeting Elusive Posttranslational Modifications’.
Researcher Celina Wierzbicka has developed a technique to enrich phosphopeptides which could help to identify new drug targets, including cancer treatments.
Biofilms – Research Center for Biointerfaces in initiative to help small businesses.
Looking to understand what makes for better integration with research funding for collaboration with other European universities.
26 April 10.15-12.00
'Engaging Design with the Internet of Things' Anuradha Reddy, PhD student in Interaction Design 2...
27 April 14.15-16.00
Welcome to a research seminar with Erin Cory, postdoctoral researcher in media and communication...
2 May 10.15-12.00
'The Design of Playful Interaction For – and With – Animals' Michelle Westerlaken, PhD student in...
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