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Supervisors: Barron, Niall

Number of items: 8.

Doctoral Thesis

Griffith, Alan (2015) An investigation of novel genetic tools for the manipulation of CHO cell phenotypes during recombinant protein production. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Kelly, Paul S. (2014) Enhancing CHO cell productivity through the stable depletion of microRNA-23. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Sterritt, Neil (2013) Mutagenesis and directed evolution in CHO cells to improve bio-production characteristics. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Sanchez, Noelia (2013) miRNAs as tools to improve CHO cell bioprocess phenotypes. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Kinsella, Paula (2011) The Investigation of Targets for Therapy in Brain Tumours. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Kumar, Niraj (2009) Investigation of the molecular mechanisms regulating growth and recombinant protein productivity in suspension-adapted CHO-K1 cells. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Muniyappa, Mohan Kumar (2009) Investigation of the molecular mechanisms underlying the invasive phenotype in a panel of lung cancer cell lines. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Pierce, Aisling (2006) Investigation into the molecular mechanisms underlying invasion in the lung carcinoma cell line DLKP and it's chemotherapeutic drug resistant variants. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

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