"The conjunctival extracellular matrix, related disorders and development of substrates for conjunctival restoration" and "Biological tissues and components, and synthetic substrates for conjunctival cell transplantation" published in The Ocular Surface - links to download.
Overview of our paper: Mass Spectrometry Reveals α-2-HS-Glycoprotein as a Key Early Extracellular Matrix Protein for Conjunctival Cells
Science and art meet when imaging laminins and other ecm proteins using confocal microscopy
Check back on Monday for #6 #4 available here (and links to the rest) or Meet the characters Or, if you are feeling really keen, read about how Kevin actually did bring in the Mongol invasion of India in his PhD thesis and viva; here.
Two blog posts in the space of a month? You lucky readers you! Recently, as part of the BBSRC DTP experience, I went on lab rotation to the wonderful Durham University, where I spent 4 days working with my third supervisor, the legendary Prof (uncle) Roy Quinlan. Roy and his former PhD student, and my... Continue Reading →
Today was the Northwest Cancer Research annual symposium held in the stunning, Harry Potter-esque, Victoria Gallery on the University of Liverpool campus. Lots of excellent, inspiring talks including two of my long-term favourites; actin remodelling and RhoGTPases, and integrin signalling. The notebook is full of the next set of experiments and grant ideas! (Thanks Mark) There was also a... Continue Reading →
April time again and the end of another block of MRes Clinical Sciences projects. This time the Hamill lab hosted three students; Kareem Hassanin, Conro Conro Sugden and Tobi Oyewole. Today the boys had their presentations/poster session. First up; Conro told his story of developing our new minigene construct to investigate LaNt regulation and testing a... Continue Reading →