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  1. Head to tail: the molecules that tell you how to grow a backbone

    ... An international team led by Dr Edwina McGlinn of EMBL Australia¹ at Monash University found that de-activating a small group of ... forms of leukaemia—so it’s critical to know all we can about how these genes are regulated. “The research is still in its early ...

  2. Peptide papers point to new ways of tackling bacteria

    ... the researchers, led by Associate Professor Max Cryle, an EMBL Australia Group Leader, have opened the way to potentially redesigning the ... The rate at which this process works is about 60,000 times faster than that used in the bacteria in the complementary ...

  3. Scientists reveal key mechanisms of vital enzyme complex

    ... researchers. In a major development for the field, an EMBL Australia Group Leader has revealed exactly what happens at the site ... in Advanced Molecular Imaging . “I’m really excited about it; I’ve really wanted to know where the site was for many years,” he ...

  4. A closer look at molecular risk factors for diabetic kidney disease and effect on life span and heart disease

    ... and lifespan, remains largely unspoken.  One in ten Australia adults exhibit biomedical signs of kidney disease, with chronic ... A/Prof Ville-Petteri Mäkinen's research group at the EMBL Australia SA node (SAHRMI) is investigating the molecular risk factors for ... You can also find out more about Professor research interests via his research profile .  ...

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