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Master theses submitted in 2009

07.01.2009 Christine Drengenes (D.E.Helland) From Phenotype to Genotype: Strategies for Molecular Cloning and Characterization of Primary Isolates of HIV-1

13.02.2009 Mari Bergsvåg (A.Goksøyr, G.Mellgren) Mutational analyses of the nuclear receptor coactivator Glucocorticoid receptor interacting protein 1

15.06.2009 Liv Beathe Gansmo (R.Aasland, C.Guder) Exploring the function of the bromodomain and the PHD finger in the chromatin modifying protein Ash1

16.06.2009 Jan Inge Øvrebø (E.Thomsen, C.Campstejn)Localization of cyclins during development of Oikopleura Dioica

24.06.2009 Huyen Mong Thi Dinh (J.R.Lillehaug, T.Arnesen) Huntingtin Interacting protein K (HYPK), a novel interactor of the human NatA complex

25.06.2009 Yvonne Müller (J.R.Lillehaug, V.Staalelsen) Importance of promoter origin for alternative splicing of the MDM2 gene

26.06.2009 Linda Veka Hjørnevik (K.E.Fladmark) The role of DJ-1 and its association with the NuRD complex in protein synthesisindependent and -dependent apoptosis

Juni 2009 Diane S.U. Kagabo (J.R.Lillehaug, T.Arnesen) Characterization of the novel human protein hNaa16p, a subunit of a protein N-terminal acetyltransferase complex

Juni 2009 Trude With (J.R.Lillehaug, Ø.Larsen)) Cloning and expression of the enzyme malate synthase A in Methylococcus capsulatus (Bath)

21.08.2009 Carlos A.M. Schaffner  (K.E.Fladmark, R.Kellmann)Molecular mechanisms of Azaspiracid toxicity in human neuroblastoma cells

21.10.2009 Sarah L. Lartey (J.R.Lillehaug, R.Evjenth) ENZYMATIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE HUMAN Naa30p ACETYLTRANSFERASE

17.12.2009 Helene M. Svendsen (K.E.Fladmark, R.Kellmann)Heterologous expression and charachterisation of saxitoxin biosynthesis genes 

17.12.2009 Snorre Nilsen Eikeland An Investigation into the Sequence from the gag-region of Samples from Patients Displaying a Rapid/High, X4 HIV-1 Phenotype

17.12.2009 Atif Kamil (K.E.Fladmark, S.Ljostveit) Apoptosis-related post-translational modifications of endoplasmic reticulum protein-57 (ERp57)