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Extremophiles metabolsim

Programme: Independent Projects

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Programme: The Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Biosustainability

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The main objectives of SysMO-DB are to: facilitate the web-based exchange of data between research groups within- and inter- consortia, and to provide an integrated platform for the dissemination of the results of the SysMO projects to the scientific community. We aim to devise a progressive and scalable solution to the data management needs of the SysMO initiative, that:

  • facilitates and maximises the potential for data exchange between SysMO research groups;
  • maximises the ‘shelf life’ and ...

Programme: SysMO

Public web page: http://www.sysmo-db.org/

Research group of Guillaume Lobet

MicroRNAs are a recently discovered group of factors that control cell behaviour. There are thousands of microRNAs, but specific ones control the behaviour of cartilage cells and have key roles in osteoarthritis. Changing the level of a single microRNA can alter osteoarthritis, but we know that several microRNAs change during disease. The group has identified four microRNAs which have key roles in cartilage. This programme seeks:

to show that these microRNAs have a role in osteoarthritis in the ...

Detection of pathogenic mutation in the patients with non-coronary heart diseases

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Programme: Proteome Centre Tuebingen

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The aim of the project is bioprospecting, isolation and characterization of novel secondary metabolites, produced by extremophilic microorganisms. The project is dedicated to a poorly investigated problem of antagonistic interactions between extremophilic microorganisms in their communities, namely, to the investigation of the ability of extremophiles to produce secondary metabolites with biocidic, cytotoxic and cytostatic activities. Working out this problem will fulfill an important applied ...

Programme: de.NBI Systems Biology Service Center (de.NBI-SysBio)

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Despite the intensive use of agrochemicals, plant pathogens are responsible for huge yield losses worldwide. Understanding the interaction between plant and pathogens is crucial to ensure long lasting and environmentally friendly system of plant protection. Therefore research of the most important human food crops in combination with their pathogens is one of the highest priorities for sustainable agriculture.

The aim of the proposed research project is to bring new perspective into understanding ...

Programme: NIBSys

Public web page: http://projects.nib.si/hyp/

The project “Rational development of anti-cancer combinations” focuses on precision medicine for cancer by pursuing novel insight into cancer disease mechanisms, combinatorial drug treatment in order to enable selection of the best treatment for the individual patient. The aim is to develop and integrate computational, experimental and analytical approaches to predict and validate anti-cancer drug combinations and produce an integrated pipeline for rational screening of synergistic drugs and for ...

In the project “Crossover Research 2.0 – Well constructed Knowledge Commons” the domain of precision medicine is explored as a key visionary driver for developing the Knowledge Commons and the enabling of Systems Biology approaches to innovate healthcare. In particular, we seek to engage stakeholder concerns in investigating and establishing strategies for DrugLogics to contribute to the Knowledge Commons in an RRI mode.

Short-chain fatty-acids (SCFA) are produced from dietary fibres by the intestinal microbiota. They protect humans against obesity. The fate of SCFA and their impact on human fat metabolism is complex and dynamic. To optimally apply prebiotic (fibre) and probiotic (microbial) supplements, a better understanding of their mode of action is required. Our aim is to construct, infer, and analyse a dynamic, multiscale computational model predicting how dietary fibres affect the balance between fat intake ...

SAFE-Aqua (SustainAble Farming for Effective Aquaculture) is an international consortium research project, consisting of a group of multidisciplinary experts from leading research institutes in France, UK, Thailand and a private-company in Spain.

Programme: SAFE-Aqua

Public web page: http://safeaqua-project.net

EPSRC project with Exeter, SynthSys and EPCC

Programme: SynthSys

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EU FP7 collaborative project TiMet, award number 245143. Funded 2010-2015. "TiMet assembles world leaders in experimental and theoretical plant systems biology to advance understanding of the regulatory interactions between the circadian clock and plant metabolism, and their emergent effects on whole-plant growth and productivity."

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Public showcase and collection of training material

Pesticides, plastics, cosmetics, electrical transformers and many other products contain Endocrine disruptors (EDCs). EDCs interfere with natural hormone functions and may cause the disease.

Programme: Model repository for M4 (Make Me My Model) clients of ISBE

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WURSynBio

Programme: This Project is not associated with a Programme

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Escherichia coli is a well-established and the most widely used organism for the production of recombinant proteins (used in medical and industrial applications, as molecular biology reagents, etc.). Production of proteins is the most resource exhaustive process for the cells and therefore needs to be optimized to achieve maximal productivities. Natural environment of E. coli is much harsher compared to the near optimal growth conditions used in production processes. In order to survive cells ...

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Programme: Druglogics

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Programme: Model repository for M4 (Make Me My Model) clients of ISBE

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CropClock - Increasing Crops Biomass by Uncovering the Circadian Clock Network Using Dynamical Models

The circadian clock is an internal timing system that allows plants to predict daily and seasonal changes in light and temperature and thus to adapt photosynthesis, growth, and development to external conditions. The core oscillator is well understood in the model plant Arabidopsis, however, relatively little is known about the dynamic effects of the clock on agronomic behaviour of crop plants. ...

Programme: ERASysAPP

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