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Thesis topic Biochemistry

University of Exeter Thesis
Exeter, United Kingdom
Antimicrobial resistance has evolved into a major healthcare threat which is further exacerbated by the diminished number of antibiotics in development. Alternatives to antibiotics such as phages and phage endolysins (their lytic enzymes) are being ac ...
Biotechnology - Biochemistry
microfluidics, directed evolution, antimicrobial resistance, microengineering
Ref. ABG-94700
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Other public funding
Laboratoire National de Métrologie et d'Essais (LNE) Thesis
PARIS 15 , Ile-de-France , France
Contexte  L’environnement marin est soumis à des fortes pressions liées au développement des activités humaines (activités industrielles, développement urbain, trafic maritime, etc). Plusieurs tr ...
Chemistry - Biochemistry
Ref. ABG-94460
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Université de Montréal Thesis
Montréal, Canada
Subject of the thesis: Biochemical and Functional Characterization of ASXLs and interacting partners: implications for chromatin-associated processes, cell cycle control and tumor suppression. The successful candidate is expected to dedicate his time ...
biochemistry, molecular biology, chromatin, transcription, epigenetics, ubiquitination, molecular oncology, deubiquitination, DNA damage and Repair
Ref. ABG-94258
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Public funding alone (i.e. government, region, European, international organization research grant)
Centre de recherche CERVO Thesis
Québec City, Canada
The laboratory is seeking a highly motivated Ph.D. candidate to join the Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience Research Group at CERVO Brain Research Center at Université Laval, Quebec City, Canada.  Financial support will be provided to ...
Biochemistry - Psychology, neurosciences
neurometabolism, metabolism, cell signaling, biochemistry, epilepsy, TSC
Ref. ABG-94218
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Public/private mixed funding
Recetox, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University Thesis
Brno, Czech republic
Few chronic conditions can be explained by genetics alone and environmental (non-genetic) factors are recognised as key determinants for health. Chemical exposures comprise a major portion of these non-genetic influences and humans are exposed to hund ...
Biochemistry - Biology - Chemistry
biochemistry, chemical exposomics, high-resolution mass spectrometry, chemical exposures,
Ref. ABG-94219
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Public funding alone (i.e. government, region, European, international organization research grant)
Department F.-A. Forel for Environmental and Aquatic Sciences Thesis
Genève, Switzerland
The environmental impact of manufactured nanomaterials is pertinent in Europe, leading potentially to accumulation of released metallic nanomaterials in environmental compartments, especially the aquatic environment. This research aims to explore a de ...
Biology - Biochemistry - Ecology, environment
Environmental risk, anthropogenic metals, aquatic environment, aquatic invertebrates , Advance Outcome Pathway, multiple levels of biological organization.
Ref. ABG-94126
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Public/private mixed funding
Université Laval Thesis
Québec, Canada
Mots-clés Vieillissement, immunologie, immunométabolisme, physiologie, endocrinologie, lymphocytes B, système nerveux adrénergique, tissu adipeux, obésité, résistance à l'insuline, techniq ...
Health, human and veterinary medicine - Biochemistry - Biology
vieillissement; obésité; diabète
Ref. ABG-94074
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Public/private mixed funding
Montreal, Canada
A Ph.D. position in Experimental Medicine (McGill) is available at the Lady Davis Institute for Medical Research/McGill University to study the role of bZIP transcription factors in the mammalian cellular response to stress, inflammation and canc ...
Biochemistry - Biology - Health, human and veterinary medicine
cancer, stress response, inflammation, transcription factor, gene regulation, human and mouse models
Ref. ABG-93841
Thesis topic
Public funding alone (i.e. government, region, European, international organization research grant)
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