The role of protein modifications on muscle development
Dr Benjamin Parker
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This project is investigating the molecular mechanisms of myogenesis and ultimately aims to understand how protein modifications can be modulated to enhance regeneration.
This research project is available to PhD, Masters by Research, Honours, Master of Biomedical Science students to join as part of their thesis.
Please contact the Research Group Leader to discuss your options.
Davey, J.R., Watt, K.I., Parker, B.L., Chaudhuri, R., Ryall, J.G., Cunningham, L., Qian, H., Sartorelli, V., Sandri, M., Chamberlain, J., James, D.E., Gregorevic, P. Integrated expression analysis of muscle hypertrophy identifies Asb2 as a negative regulator of muscle mass JCI Insight (2016) 1(5): pii: e85477
Mills, R.J., Parker, B.L., Monnot, P., Needham, E.J., Vivien, C.J., Ferguson, C., Parton, R.G., James, D.E., Porrello, E.R., Hudson, J.E. Development of a human skeletal micro muscle platform with pacing capabilities. Biomaterials (2019) 198:217-227
Mills, R.J., Titmarsh, D.M., Koenig, X., Parker, B.L., Ryall, J.G., Quaife-Ryan, G.A., Voges, H.K., Hodson, M.P., Ferguson, C., Drowley, L., Plowright, A.T., Needham, E.J., Wang, Q.D., Gregorevic, P., Xin, M., Thomas, W.G., Parton, R.G., Nielsen, L.K, Launikonis, B.S., James, D.E., Elliott, D.A., Porrello, E.R., Hudson, J.E. Functional screening in human cardiac organoids reveals a metabolic mechanism for cardiomyocyte cell cycle arrest. PNAS (2017) 114(40):E8372-E8381
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