University College London – Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology

The MRC LMCB at UCL is a Medical Research Council-UCL University Unit and centre for research into fundamental aspects of cell function and their links to human disease. The institute is located in the heart of the Gower Street Campus of UCL and currently houses twenty research groups funded by the MRC, Cancer Research UK, The Welcome Trust and University College London. The screening facility at the LMCB is funded by the MRC and facilitates siRNA, cDNA, CRISPR and small molecule screening in all areas of cell biology and biomedicine.

 


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Principal Disease Indication(s)

Neurodegeneration, Oncology, HIV. General cell biology


Platform(s)

RNAi, cDNA, small molecules, CRISPR


Technology(ies):

HCI, MPA, HTS plate reader


Funding sources:

Medical Research Council


Personnel:

4


Number of Screens / year (any size):

15-20


Medicinal Chemistry Follow-up:

Yes, at UCL


Contact Details

Phone: +44 (0)20 7679 7806
www.ucl.ac.uk

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Address: University College London, Gower Street, Kings Cross, London WC1E 6BT, UK
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