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The large G protein coupled receptor (GPCR) family is a highly interesting target for drug design because a large proportion of current drugs bind to its members, and because the family offers much
The main focus of CARD is to support allied health professionals working in the NHS undertake translational research, particularly in the field of nursing.
A lifestyle intervention designed by people with POTS, for people with POTS.
InoCardia: Novel human-cell based assay for assessment of cardiovascular liability.
Dr Michael Duncan's project to understand how early development of fundamental movement skills might impact on physical activity and body fatness in British children.
Professor Mark Wheatley and collaborators have been awarded a grant from the BBSRC to investigate the G-protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) family of proteins.
Applications to Bioleaching technology to extract precious metals from Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), whilst preserving the environment and preventing health-related issues
Using novel computational modelling approaches to address biased agonism at the Adenosine A1 receptor
We seek to apply cutting-edge advanced sampling molecular dynamics simulations to address the complex biological issue of how G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) transition between multiple active
The aim of this study was to investigate whether sex differences exist with regard to 5 km cycling time trial performance and affective responses following the ingestion of 300 ml caffeinated coffee,
The Effectiveness of a Primary School Based Badminton Intervention on Children’s Fundamental Movement Skills
This project examined if a badminton based intervention is effective in enhancing fundamental movement skills, physical activity, motivation to undertake physical activity, fitness and health in
Comparison of RR intervals and heart rate variability between disposable and reusable electrocardiography leads
The aim of the project is to assess heart rate variability using novel disposable ECG leads in healthy subjects, and to assess the agreement between heart rate variability measures obtained using
Investigating the function and substrate interaction network of ABHD16A, a novel regulator of protein S-acylation
This study aims to characterise the molecular mechanisms and functions of a novel APT, ABHD16A.
The aim of this project is to commercialise our unique, newly developed, micronutrient delivery platform (MDP) for iron absorption, for safe, cost-effective and efficient iron delivery.
“6-0! – Promoting health through recreational football” focuses on enhancing physical activity with aging people through recreational football activities.
Professor Mark Wheatley and collaborators from Aston University, Dr John Simms and Professor David Poyner, have been awarded a grant of £177,497 from the BBSRC Follow-on Fund to develop new
Dr Christopher Mee's project looking at the ability of the liver to fully regenerate after injury.
Identification of novel double-stranded RNA elements in developing antibiotic resistance in the agricultural environment
The goal of the project is to identify and subsequently characterise the dsRNA dimension of the animal gut microflora (both the differential presence of antisense bound to mRNA and phage dsRNAs