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  • GMD08066

    Decision notified date: 31/07/2009

    To create stably transfected human and mammalian cells and cell lines for studying biochemical and molecular mechanisms of disease, mammalian reproduction and t…

  • GMD07080

    Decision notified date: 14/01/2008

    To develop genetically modified Escherichia coli, yeast, mammalian and fish cell lines to study cellular processes, tumour immunology and survival

  • ERMA200655

    Decision notified date: 04/10/2010

    To develop genetically modified parasitic protists to identify and characterise genes involved in the evolution of virulence

  • ERMA200623

    Decision notified date: 08/09/2010

    To develop genetically modified low-risk laboratory organisms to generate recombinant protein to enable structural analysis

  • ERMA200613

    Decision notified date: 04/11/2010

    To develop cell lines expressing recombinant membrane proteins for studying their molecular function and how this can be modulated by nutrients (food), naturall…

  • GMD05073

    Decision notified date: 12/08/2005

    To develop genetically modified Escherichia coli, yeast, mammalian and fish cell lines to study cellular processes, development and growth in vertebrates

  • GMD05055

    Decision notified date: 06/05/2005

    To develop in containment using low-risk strains of organisms, cells modified with gene expression vectors to express sufficient quantities of cloned proteins, …

  • APP201008

    Decision notified date: 09/08/2011

    To develop genetically modified low-risk bacteria that either express non-toxic virulence factors or contain deletions in genes encoding such factors to evaluat…

  • GMD09024

    Decision notified date: 23/04/2009

    To study protein function (with particular reference to enzymes) utilising standard techniques for cloning and protein expression in low risk vector and express…

  • ERMA200504

    Decision notified date: 09/06/2010

    To investigate genes involved in the transport of phytochemicals using low-risk laboratory organisms