EU FP7 Marie Curie Initial Training Network
Nucleosome4D is a Marie Curie Initial Training Network funded under the 7th Framework Programme of the European Commission. The network involves 22 research groups from different countries who will carry out multidisciplinary collaborative research projects focused on deciphering nucleosome structure and function across biological space and time (Nucleosome4D). Our network strives to provide an ideal environment for interdisciplinary learning, research and career development.
The main objective of Nucleosome 4D is to provide young researchers with world-class research & training in chromatin biology. We will use cutting-edge methods and collaborative projects to determine how nucleosomes are remodeled during transcription, when genes are silenced, as cell divide, as stem cells differentiate, during organismal development and in human disease. We utilize complementary approaches in structural biology, biophysics, cell biology, live-cell imaging, biochemistry, genetics, genomics and bioinformatics.
Last updated 19.9.2010
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