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Mon Apr 30 12:10:16 EST 2001

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<H3>Postdoctoral Research Position: </H3>
<H3>Metabolic role of 14-3-3 proteins </H3>
<H3>Dept of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge, UK</H3><FONT size=3D2>
<P>A postdoctoral position of up to three years is now available to investig=
the roles of 14-3-3 proteins in metabolic signalling and in co-ordination of
carbon and nitrogen metabolic pathways using T-DNA tagged <I>Arabidopsis</I>
mutants. The project involves genetic, molecular and physiological analysis =
mutant and wild type plants and the application of functional genomics
techniques such as metabolic profiling and expression arrays.</P>
<P>Candidates must possess (or shortly expect to gain) a PhD in biochemistry=
molecular biology or plant sciences and should have experience in molecular
biological methods and/or sugar and nitrogen metabolism.</P>
<P>The project is funded by the BBSRC. Salary will be on the age-dependent
research associate scale, which is currently =A316775 - =A325213. Applicatio=
including a CV and names of three referees, should be sent to Dr Thomas Mart=
Department of Plant Sciences, Downing Street, Cambridge, CB2 3EA, tel: (0122=
339386, e-mail </FONT><A href=3D"mailto:trm23 at cam.ac.uk"><FONT
size=3D2>trm23 at cam.ac.uk</FONT></A><FONT size=3D2>.</FONT></P>
<P><FONT size=3D2>&nbsp;</P></FONT></DIV>
<DIV>Dr Thomas Martin<BR>University of Cambridge<BR>Department of Plant
Sciences<BR>Downing Street<BR>Cambridge, CB2 3EA<BR>UK</DIV>
<DIV>Phone 0044(0) 1223 339386<BR>Fax 0044(0) 1223 333953<BR>E-mail <A
href=3D"mailto:trm23 at cam.ac.uk">trm23 at cam.ac.uk</A><BR></DIV></BODY></HTML>


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