i.j.h.roberts at reading.ac.uk
Fri Apr 6 09:53:23 EST 2001
Three year BBSRC funded postdoctoral position available from September at
Sussex University to perform microarray and genetic screens to determine the
role of Nitric Oxide in the control of cell proliferation during imaginal
Sussex, on the sunny south coast of England, is 45 mins from London and has a
funded microarray facility and 6 Drosophila groups. The lab is newly
The project will use genetic screens to identify components required for the
anti-proliferative effects of NO during developemnt and microarray analysis of
the transcripts altered by NO expression.
Experience in Drosophila genetics, molecular biology, cell cycle or microarrays
would be an advantage.
Informal enquiries or applications to:
Dr. Ian Roberts
i.j.h.roberts at rdg.ac.uk
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