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The University of Southampton
Centre for Human Development, Stem Cells and Regeneration

Dr Rob Ewing

Mappingprotein interaction network
Mapping protein interaction network


Interactions between proteins to form complexes and networks underpin much of cellular physiology and function. The Ewing laboratory uses experimental and computational approaches to understand the organization of protein-protein interaction networks in the context of disease and development. In particular we are focusing on uncovering the network of protein-protein interactions that underlie Wnt signaling, a critically important signal transduction pathway during embryogenesis, and in many human cancers. We are also applying proteomic techniques to identify molecular networks in pluripotent embryonic stem cells.


Rob's pages in the Centre for Biological Sciences are here and the Ewing lab home pages here

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