The Centre has a mission to discover the fundamental molecular mechanisms that determine cell function in health and disease.
The Centre is home to around 170 scientists and support staff working collaboratively towards a common goal.
Seminars and talks from renowned speakers on cell biology research areas.
Training a new generation of cross-disciplinary research scientists.
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- Age-dependent loss of cohesion protection in human oocytes
- SYCP1 head-to-head assembly is required for chromosome synapsis in mouse meiosis
- BRCA1-BARD1 combines multiple chromatin recognition modules to bridge nascent nucleosomes
- Phosphorylation controls spatial and temporal activities of motor-PRC1 complexes to complete mitosis
- Histone divergence in trypanosomes results in unique alterations to nucleosome structure