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The Lilley Group focuses on the development and application of technologies which enable the measurement of the dynamic proteome in space and time in cells in a high-throughput manner. More specifically, we are interested in looking at the changes in abundance, location, interacting partners, post-translational modification status and structure of proteins during dynamic cellular processes such as differentiation. We also develop methods to determine the subcellular distribution of the transcriptome and how this changes upon perturbation, and the complement of proteins that form dynamic ribonuclear complexes. Finally, we aim to determine the spatial and temporal links between the trafficking of the proteome and its corresponding transcriptome.

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Professor of Cellular Dynamics
Professor Kathryn  Lilley
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