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02-06-2017: Student symposium: Metabolic Regulation Research

30 May 2017

During the research course Metabolic Regulation Research, 10 enthusiastic 3rd year BSc Biology or LS&T students conducted a 6 week research project in the laboratory of Pediatrics.

In this seminar, the students will present their work.

  • Date: Friday 2nd of June from 10.00-12.30.
  • Location: UMCG, T4.101


  • Title: The effects of Omeprazole in the liver of LDLR-/- mice
  • By: L. Berentsen and L.K. Hammer

  • Title: Phenotype of inducible Lrh-1 knock down mice before induction of shRNA expression
  • By: Minke Koningsveld and Karlien Blijleven

  • Title: Can FGF1 tip the balance towards survival in stressed beta MIN6 cells?
  • By: Lianne van der Wal and Sigrid van der Veen

  • Title: Type 1 glycogen storage disease: role of ChREBP in bile acid and cholesterol metabolism
  • By: Anneke J. Heida and Sjoerdtje A. Hoekstra

  • Title: The influence of Glycogen Storage Disease 1 on nutrient sensors in the mTOR pathway
  • By: Joanne Heida and Joke Hoekstra

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