PhD thesis from the group

Hanna Pettersson “Steroid-Metabolizing Cytochrome P450 (CYP) Enzymes in the Maintenance of Cholesterol and Sex Hormone Levels”

Karl-Johan Leuchowius ” High Content Analysis of Proteins and Protein Interactions by Proximity Ligation”

Piotr Wardega,”Regulation of PDGFRb signaling”,   

Irene Weibrecht “Visualizing Interacting Biomolecules In Situ”

Johan Lundqvist “Enzymatic Regulation of Steroidogenesis and Nuclear Receptor Activation: Special Focus on Vitamin D and Sex Hormones”

Agata Zieba “Application of Proximity Ligation Assay for Multidirectional Studies on Transforming Growth Factor Receptor-β Pathway”

Carl-Magnus Clausson “Making Visible the Proximity Between Proteins”

Karin Grannas “Improvements and Applications of in situ Proximity Ligation Assays”

Haisha Ma, “Regulation of Platelet-Derived Growth Factor Receptor Signaling and its Targeting in Cancer Therapy”,

Linda Arngården “Analysis of signaling pathway activity in single cells using the in situ Proximity Ligation Assay”

Glenda Eger, “Regulation and Function of MAP Kinases in PDGF Signaling”

Ida Emanuelsson “Steroids and steroid-metabolizing enzymes in the nervous system: Special focus on cell survival and sex hormone synthesis”

Axel Klaesson “Development of DNA-based methods for analysis of protein interactions”

Mokhtar Almokhtar “Expression and regulation of steroid metabolizing enzymes in cells of the nervous and skeletal systems: Special focus on vitamin D metabolism”

Ahmad Zayny “Vitamin D metabolism in osteoblast-like cells: effects of drugs on inactivation by CYP24A1”

Maria Tsioumpekou, “Studies of PDGF receptor signaling in vitro and in vivo”

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