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Michelangelo Campanella of the Royal Veterinary College has been awarded a grant of €1.5 million over five years by the European Research Council to fund research into organelle interactions within cells. His study will investigate ‘tethering mechanisms between mitochondria and nucleus to explain how they communicate or miscommunicate to sustain chronic conditions’. The work could have many potential applications, including the definition of new therapeutic targets for conditions such as cancer and neurodegeneration. It will build on previous findings by Campanella and his team.
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