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Development of compounds that inhibit RAS-effector protein-protein interactions in cancer using a single antibody domain drug surrogate emulator approach
Prof Rabbitts and colleagues from the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Biology have been awarded Seeding Drug Discovery funding to develop small molecules specifically targeting the RAS-effector protein-protein interactions. The RAS family of oncogenes is among the most frequently mutated in human cancers. Using minimal antibody fragments, the group has characterized an anti-RAS VH segment whos… more
Amount: £98,762
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Amount: £2,980,000
Amount: £2,460,000
Amount: £2,228,000
Amount: £2,720,000
Amount: £2,580,000
How does the Pericentriolar Matrix function in Centrosome Biology?
<p>Centrosomes are the major microtubule organising centres in many animal cells. They form when centrioles assemble an electron dense matrix of pericentriolar material (PCM) around themselves. Several hundred proteins are concentrated in the PCM, including many cell-cycle regulators and cell signalling molecules, and centrosomes function as important coordination centres within the cell. The und… more
Amount: £1,639,125
Data sharing platforms to improve treatment outcomes in neglected tropical diseases
<p>We will develop data-sharing platforms to assimilate and collaboratively interrogate global data on i) schistosomiasis ii) soil transmitted helminths, iii) visceral leishmaniasis, iv) melioidosis and v) scrub typhus. This proposal will support the development of the technical platform and curation of data from tens of thousands of patients enrolled to treatment trials and programmatic data of … more
Amount: £1,406,744
Bone Morphogenetic Protein signalling and stromal-epithelial interaction in intestinal inflammation and carcinogenesis.
<p>The intestinal mucosa is a complex ecosystem and the epithelium has a dynamic relationship with underlying stroma. Key aspects of intestinal homeostasis and disease states, including inflammatory bowel disease and cancer are characterized by the interdependence of the epithelial and stromal compartments.</p> <p>Inter-compartmental cell-signalling pathways regulate intestinal epithelial cell f… more
Amount: £1,792,405
Overcoming contraceptive discontinuation by overcoming side-effects: paving the way for personalized contraception in Ethiopia
<p>In the developing world, millions of women discontinue hormonal contraception due to the experience of debilitating physiological side-effects (e.g. excessive and irregular bleeding), yet the causes of these adverse effects is not known. This project will be the first to test the hypothesis that side-effects are caused by unnecessarily high dosage of exogenous hormones in hormonal contraceptiv… more
Amount: £97,126
Decoding the molecular identity of neurons
<p>Regulated gene expression underlies the specification of cell fate and the maintenance of cell-specific function. Cellular diversity is of particular importance in the brain where neural circuits are assembled from cells with unique properties. Many neurological and psychiatric conditions arise from dysfunction in the brain, and although molecules are the targets of therapeutic drugs, we know … more
Amount: £3,500,000
Molecular control of pathogenic neutrophil responses in inflammation
<p>Neutrophils cause immunopathology by overproducing anti-microbial activities that may lead to tissue damage in inflammatory and autoimmune diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis, vasculitis, and lupus. Recent data highlight the existence of neutrophil subsets with different pathogenic properties. However the molecular control of pathogenic neutrophil responses is largely unknown. We will ide… more
Amount: £1,541,677
Regulated mRNA stability and translation in neural stem cell development
<p>Understanding how the billions of varied cells in the human brain develop from a small number of neural stem cells (NSCs) is a central question in biology and medicine. This highly complex process has largely been explained by transcriptional regulation dictating the levels of protein expression in stem cells and their progeny. Using novel single molecule approaches to quantitate transcription… more
Amount: £1,972,007
Understanding the link between CpG islands and gene transcription
<p>CpG islands(CGIs) are epigenetically specified elements that are intimately associated with over two-thirds of human gene promotors, yet whether CGIs regulate gene expression has remained enigmatic. This gap in our understanding of gene promoter function has serious implications for human health given that CGIs are perturbed in cancer and other debilitating human diseases. We have recently dis… more
Amount: £2,072,282
Role of lipid-reactive T cells in skin homeostasis and disease
<p>Immunological mechanisms underlying the maintenance and function of human skin during homeostasis and inflammation remain poorly understood.&nbsp; The majority of our existing knowledge of human cutaneous T cell immunology is based on the study of peptide-specific T cell responses. However, recently it has become clear that T cell responses to lipid-based antigens make major contributions to n… more
Amount: £3,000,000
Understanding and engineering complex microbial communities
<p>The human microbiota provides protection against pathogens via colonisation resistance. However, this resistance is not guaranteed, especially in the face of antibiotic treatment that suppresses the microbiota. My goal is to engineer communities for robustness to both antibiotics and pathogens. The challenge is that communities are complex systems&nbsp;containing many interacting and evolving … more
Amount: £1,851,465
Combining genetics and high-resolution cell phenotyping to map pathways underlying inflammatory bowel disease
<p>Inflammatory bowel disease is a chronic, difficult to treat condition&nbsp;with unknown underlying causes. Given its&nbsp;high&nbsp;heritability, understanding IBD biology requires understanding how genetic risk variants impact the immune system. This project aims&nbsp;to identify measurable immune phenotypes through which IBD risk variants act, and investigate the impact of these phenotypes o… more
Amount: £1,161,290
Modelling the impact of poor quality antimicrobials on patient outcome and drug resistance – a pilot study to inform policy in the absence of empirical data
<p>Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is an increasingly serious and pressing global public health problem.</p> <p>Poor antimicrobial quality is increasingly realised as an important rectifiable impediment to global public health. There has been little discussion or evidence as to its comparative importance, in relation to other drivers such as poor prescribing and adherence, for both poor patient ou… more
Amount: £99,994