Characterising novel alternative splicing networks that promote tumour cell plasticity [ 2017 - 2019 ]

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Researchers: Dr Philip Gregory (Principal investigator) ,  Prof Gregory Goodall

Brief description During cancer progression, tumour cells can change their properties and become more aggressive and resistant to therapies. We have identified an important regulator of this tumour cell transition, called “Quaking”, which causes widespread changes in gene splicing. We aim to investigate how "Quaking" causes changes in gene splicing and what the effects of these splicing changes are in tumour cells.

Funding Amount $AUD 623,624.89

Funding Scheme Project Grants

Notes Standard Project Grant

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