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The ERASysBio+ Projects

Sixteen out of 51 full proposals for transnational research projects have been selected for funding within ERASysBio+. The 16 transnational consortia comprise 85 working groups from 14 countries. The projects are covering different fields of interests and will be supported with 24 Mio ? - 18.5 Mio ? from the partner countries and 5.5 Mio ? through the ERA-NET Plus scheme of the EC.
The ERASysBio+ partner countries are: AT, DE, ES, FI, FR, IL, LU, NL, SI and the UK. Non-partner countries with groups participating in the transnational research projects are: IT, IS, US and ZA.

The projects:

FRIM - FRuit Integrative Modelling

LINCONET - Modelling the Gene Regulatory Network underlying Lineage Commitment in Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells: Identification of Drug Targets for the Anabolic Treatment of Degenerative Disorders

BioModUE_PTL - Biophysical Modelling of the Uterine Electromyogram for understanding and preventing PreTerm Labor

Zebrain - Understanding decision making from the dynamics of large neural populations in behaving zebrafish

SYNERGY - Systems approach to gene regulation biology through nuclear receptors

SynProt - A Systems Biological Approach to Elucidate Local Protein Synthesis Code in Plasticity and Memory

LymphoSys - Signalling pathways and gene regulatory networks responsible for Th17 cell differentiation

SHIPREC ? Living with uninvited guests comparing plant and animal responses to endocytic invasions

ModHeart - Modelling the genetic network controlling heart development using the model organism Drosophila melanogaster

C5Sys - Circadian and cell cycle clock systems in cancer

iSAM - Integrative Systems Analysis of the Shoot Apical Meristem

livSYSiPS - The systems biology of network stress based on data generated from in vitro differentiated hepatocytes derived from patient-specific human iPS cells

EpiGenSys - System Biological Determination of the Epigenomic Structure-Function Relation

GRAPPLE - Iterative modelling of gene regulatory interactions underlying stress, disease and ageing in C. elegans

ApoNET - Systems Analysis of TNF and TRAIL Signalling Pathways in Hepatocytes

TB-HOST-NET - Integration of computational modelling with transcription and gene essentiality profiling of both MTB bacillus and infected human dendritic cells and macrophages to understand molecular interaction networks involved in the host-pathogen cross-talk

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