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Fellowship posted by Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (29/01/2013 02.50)

Expression of a combination of anti-inflammatory human genes in in vitro models of xenotransplantation

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http://www.unimib.it/link/news.jsp?8763694841602865420 Production and characterization of murine cell lines with sequence-specific genetic modification. The genetic modification will ensure the simultaneous expression of a combination of human genes that are protective against xenotransplant rejection. The genetically modified cell lines will be tested for the expression of the human genes, and the protection against pro-inflammatory stimuli will be stested in vitality and toxicity assays after exposure of cells to TNF-a or IL1-b. the molecular mechanism of the protection mediated by the overexpression of the human genes will be also evaluated.

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Research Fields

Medical sciences - Other


Programme Description
Eligible destination country/ies for fellowsItaly
Eligibility of fellows: country/ies of residenceAll
Eligibility of fellows: nationality/iesAll
Website of Fellowship Programmehttp://www.unimib.it/link/news.jsp?8763694841602865420
Fellowship's Details
Career StageEarly stage researcher or 0-4 yrs (Post graduate)
Research ProfileNot defined
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Application deadline

25/02/2013

Other fellowship details
Fellowship ID

47079

Funding organisation / Contacts
Università Bicocca

Public research
Milano - Italy
http://www.unimib.it
E-mails
bandi.assegni_borse@unimib.it

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