Novel tools and nanotechnology to navigate intracellular trafficking.

Grant number: FT180100521 | Funding period: 2019 - 2023

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Abstract

This project aims to investigate how material accesses different compartments inside cells, also known as trafficking. Using immunology, cell biology and nanotechnology, the project will manipulate intracellular trafficking to achieve specific cellular functions. Outcomes will also form the basis of intellectual property development for new products by Australian biotechnology companies. These products will improve veterinary and human health services, leading to increased productivity.

University of Melbourne Researchers