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Guest Speaker Jernej Ule

Understanding the Structure of Full-Length mRNAs, and its Impact on mRNA Stability, Translation and Localisation

Event Host : Antonella Riccio

Speaker's affiliation UCL Institute of Neurology

Monday, 22 September, 2014 - 16:00
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"Applications from EU nationals are invited for a place on the PhD Programme in Molecular Cell Biology at the LMCB. To apply please send a CV, Cover letter and contact details for two referees to j.pitcher@ucl.ac.uk."

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