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Mapping a viral interactome

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Upon cell entry, viruses subdue immune defence and hijack cellular machinery to orchestrate the necessary events for production of more infectious viral particles. In order to understand the strategies used by viruses to induce these changes inside the cell, my research focuses on characterising a network of viral protein interactions with the host using a proteomics-based approach.

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