Nuclear proteins hold the key to unlocking the information held in our DNA. Activated STAT3 is a protein that enters the nucleus to direct the expression of new gene products, and can be persistently activated in heart disease and cancer. This project addresses how STAT3's time of residence in the nucleus is regulated and how this impacts on its ability to drive gene expression through specific modulation of microRNA molecules. Results will provide new insights into gene expression with applications in biology and biomedicine.
|Effective start/end date||3/01/13 → 31/12/16|
- Australian Research Council (ARC): AUD360,000.00
- Monash University