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NCCR Chemical Biology: Visualisation and Control of Biological Processes Using Chemistry (phase I)

English title NCCR in Chemical Biology
Applicant Riezman Howard
Number 125781
Funding scheme National Centres of Competence in Research (NCCRs)
Research institution Département de Biochimie Faculté des Sciences II Université de Genève
Institution of higher education University of Geneva - GE
Main discipline Biochemistry
Start/End 01.12.2010 - 30.11.2014
Approved amount 13'510'000.00
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All Disciplines (6)

Discipline
Biochemistry
Other disciplines of Physics
Cellular Biology, Cytology
Biophysics
Organic Chemistry
Physical Chemistry

Keywords (15)

chemical genetics; chemical interference; natural products; sensors; signaling; membranes; receptors; protein engineering; optical microscopy; fluorescence probes; intracellular delivery; microdomains; yeast; C. elegans; animal cells

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