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PhD project ESR (2): 'Development of wheat varieties with reduced gluten toxicity, increasing safety for celiac disease patients'

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ESR project 2 stems from collaboration between WU-PBR and NIAB-TAG to search for natural sources of gluten with reduced toxicity for celiac disease patients. Variation is sought in protein epitopes of the gliadin genes located on the D genome (chromosome 6D) which are known to be particularly toxic for celiac patients. Two reverse genetic strategies are proposed for the current project. Cutting-edge site directed mutagenesis with Transcription Activator-Like Effector Nuclease (TALEN) constructs ...

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Research Fields

Biological sciences
Agricultural sciences
Philosophy

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Programme Description
Eligible destination country/ies for fellowsNetherlands
Eligibility of fellows: country/ies of residenceAll
Eligibility of fellows: nationality/iesAll
Website of Fellowship Programmehttp://www.nature.com/naturejobs/science/jobs/377645-phd-project-esr-2-development-of-wheat-varieties-with-reduced-gluten-toxicity-increasing-safety-for-celiac-disease-patients
Fellowship's Details
Career StageExperienced researcher or 4-10 yrs (Post-Doc)
Research ProfilesNot defined
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Application deadline

27/02/2014

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Fellowship ID

65990

Funding organisation / Contacts
Wageningen UR

Other
NIAB, Cambridge, UK, and partly in Wageningen, the Netherlands
http://www.wageningenur.nl