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04 Mar 2020
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Chloroquine/Hydroxychloroquine prevention of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the healthcare setting; a randomised, placebo-controlled prophylaxis study (COPCOV)
There is no proven treatment, chemoprophylaxis or vaccine for COVID-19. This is the most serious pandemic emergency for 100 years. Healthcare workers are being affected disproportionately in the continuing epidemic threatening an imminent breakdown of health services. Chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine are safe and well-tolerated medications which can be taken for years without adverse effects.Bo… more
Amount: £6,920,135
Amount: £85,000
Amount: £1,157,238
Investigation of pre-existing immunity to coronaviruses; implications for immunopathology and pathophysiology of COVID-19 disease
Background; It is unknown how prior exposure to commonly circulating human coronaviruses (HCoV) impacts immunity against highly-pathogenic species (SARS, SARS-CoV-2 & MERS). There are limited data, across Europe, Asia and Africa, on the prevalence of infection and seroconversion against widely circulating and mildly symptomatic HCoVs (229E, NL63, OC43, and HKU1). There is a current supposition … more
Amount: £1,217,834
Mechanisms of spliceosome remodeling and splice site selection during the catalytic stage of mammalian pre-mRNA splicing
The spliceosome produces mRNAs in two sequential transesterifications – branching and exon ligation. The post-branching C complex is remodeled by the ATPase Prp16 into the C* complex. Prp16 allows binding of the exon ligation factors Cactin and FAM32A, which stabilise docking of the 3’-splice site (3’SS) at the active site. While in yeast Prp18 is constitutively bound to C* spliceosomes, in human… more
Amount: £1,199,999
Highly sensitive brain blood flow measurements using ultra-high field magnetic resonance imaging
Blood flow is critical for maintaining the steady supply of oxygen and nutrients to the brain, and blood flow changes are present in a range of diseases including stroke and dementia. Conventional methods for in vivo blood flow mapping have limitations and often cannot be used for longitudinal monitoring or research. In this proposal I aim to develop highly sensitive imaging methods for measuri… more
Amount: £1,017,466
Analyses of paired host-virus genomic data to understand disease heterogeneity of chronic viral infections.
Host and pathogen genetic variations are major causes of clinical outcomes of infectious diseases. Traditionally, genetic studies of infectious diseases have sought to explain between-individual variation in disease by assessing genetic factors separately in humans or pathogens, under the assumption that these factors are independent. However, there is strong theoretical evidence that genetic int… more
Amount: £1,153,494