Research at the Department of Medical Biology
The research conducted by the Department of Medical Biology focuses on fundamental biomedical questions and comprises research on various types of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, the body's immune system and resistance to antibiotics, among other things. The Department also takes part in marine bioprospecting and in the development of new medicines. As part of an extensive cooperation network that includes both Norwegian and international partners, the Department chairs and participates in a number of projects funded by the European Union and the Research Council of Norway.
Masteroppgaver:van Ligtenberg, Lennart Maximilian : Exploration of rabbit integrin β3 as a possible immune-tolerizing agent to prevent foetal and neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia. Taboko, Nelsy Efundem : ATAD3 proteins in autophagy. Do ATAD3 proteins have a direct role in regulating autophagy Khan, Waqas : A study of TRIM32 self-ubiquitination
Artikler og rapporter:Dietrichs, Erik Sveberg / Selli, Anders Lund / Kondratiev, Timofei / McGlynn, Karen / Smith, Godfrey L / Tveita, Torkjel : Resistance to ventricular fibrillation predicted by the QRS/QTc - ratio in an intact rat model of hypothermia/rewarming Wagner, Theresa / Janice, Jessin / Sivertsen, Audun / Sjögren, Ingegerd / Sundsfjord, Arnfinn / Hegstad, Kristin : Alternative vanHAX promoters and increased vanA-plasmid copy number resurrect silenced glycopeptide resistance in Enterococcus faecium Tellez Gabriel, Marta / Knutsen, Erik / Perander, Maria : Current Status of Circulating Tumor Cells, Circulating Tumor DNA, and Exosomes in Breast Cancer Liquid Biopsies
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