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  • 2000
    The Professor David Matthews Non-Clinical Fellowship

    Identification of Caveolar Proteins Regulating Insulin-Stimulated Glut4 Translocation in Adipocytes

    Recipient:
    Dr Luke Chamberlain / Dr Declan James
    Institution:
    University of Glasgow
    City:
    Glasgow
    Amount:
    £106,456
    Description: Work by Dr Luke Chamberlain (University of Glasgow) has implicated ‘lipid rafts’, specialised domains present within the cell membrane, as important regulators of insulin-stimulated glucose uptake by ...
    Description: Work by Dr Luke Chamberlain (University of Glasgow) has implicated ‘lipid rafts’, specialised domains present within the cell membrane, as important regulators of insulin-stimulated glucose uptake by fat cells. This exciting research suggests the possibility that changes in the composition of the cell membrane of fat cells may have marked effects on insulin action.
  • 1999
    Equipment Grant

    Application made for a B/G/R: L filter system in order to adapt this instrument for three colour operation

    Recipient:
    Dr Richard Smith
    Institution:
    University of Bristol
    City:
    Bristol
    Amount:
    £1,510
    Description: Application made for a B/G/R: L filter system in order to adapt this instrument for three colour operation...
    Description: Application made for a B/G/R: L filter system in order to adapt this instrument for three colour operation
  • 1999
    Research Grant

    Defining the role of the indirect pathway in islet allograft and xenograft rejection

    Recipient:
    Professor Derek Gray
    Institution:
    John Radcliffe, Oxford
    City:
    Oxford
    Amount:
    £49,500
  • 1999
    Targeted Research Grant

    Improvement in the prospects for successful islet transplantation by reduction of cell death during human islet isolation

    Recipient:
    Dr Sue Swift
    Institution:
    Leicester Warwick Medical School
    City:
    Leicester
    Amount:
    £60,000
    Description: Improvement in the prospects for successful islet transplantation by reduction of cell death during human islet isolation...
    Description: Improvement in the prospects for successful islet transplantation by reduction of cell death during human islet isolation

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