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While physiology research is often carried out at the organ level, the cells that comprise an organ are the driving force behind its mechanical and biological functions. By studying genes, receptors, signalling kinases and protein secretion, the physiology of an organ system or disease can be understood and manipulated. Our physiologists use cutting-edge technologies to assess a range of cell functions.
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Last updated on Monday 20 March 2017