Lejla Gul involved in new publication on gut health

DTP student Lejla Gul, based at the Earlham Institute, has been involved in a paper providing new detail about what happens when a key cellular process is impaired in cells that are vital for a healthy gut.

Lejla carried out the bioinformatic analysis of the proteomic data, which were measured from the Paneth cell enriched organoids (Atg16l1 KO <-> WT). Fellow DTP student Agatha Treveil was also involved, analysing the transcriptomics data which was used as a validation for the proteomics results.

To read more details of their results, click here.