Molecular physiology research

Molecular physiology research

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Caption: MODEL RELEASED. Molecular physiology research. Dr Keith Barr measuring the effects of electrical pulses applied to a muscle tissue culture. Dr Keith Barr is a lecturer of Exercise Biochemistry at Dundee University, Scotland. Research by Dr Barr and his team at the functional molecular biology laboratory focuses on two areas of musculoskeletal development and adaptation. They are concerned with both the transcriptional and translational effects of exercise, and in methods for engineering functional musculoskeletal tissues in vitro.

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