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Class of 2002
Name
Rebelo de Andrade, Gonçalo
Nationality
Portuguese
E-Mail
gandrade@hovione.com
1st Degree
Microbiology and Genetics (pre-Bologna)
University (1st Degree)
University of Lisbon - Faculty of Sciences
About the PhD
Field of Research
DNA damage and repair
Thesis Title
Khd1p, a protein with multiple roles in mRNA localization and telomeric silencing
Abstract
ASH1 mRNA translation has been shown to be required for efficient anchoring of ASH1 mRNA to
the bud-tip during the process of mRNA localization.
Khd1p, a 3-KH domain containing protein, has been shown to be involved in...
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Supervisor(s)
Prof. Dr. Ralf-Peter Jansen
University
Ludwig Maximillian University
Laboratory
Prof. Dr. Ralf-Peter Jansen, Genecenter
City
Munich
Country
Germany
Date of Thesis Defence
2008-07-29
After the PhD (Current Situation)
Position
Business Development Manager
Project
Inhalation Drug Products
Institution
Hovione
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City
Lisbon
Country
Portugal

Publications
Oliveira, M.; Andrade, G.; Guerra, M. e Bernardo, F. (2003). Development of a Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization protocol for the rapid detection and enumeration of Listeria monocytogenes in milk. RPCV (2003) 98 (547) 119-124.
Andrade, GR and Jansen RP (2005). Moving with Muscleblind. Nature Cell Biology 7 (12), 1055-6.
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