Dr. Mark Soave

The University of Nottingham 

Profiling Cellular Protein Interaction in Response to Drug Treatment

Changes in protein:protein interactions within a cellular system can significantly affect drug development. Dr. Mark Soave, Research Fellow at the University of Nottingham, talks about how G protein-coupled receptors (GPCR), such as adenosine receptors and β-adrenoreceptors, can form complexes together and change how they interact within a cellular system, adding additional dynamics to consider during drug discovery.

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Dr. Mark Soave

The University of Nottingham 

Dr. Mark Soave, Research Fellow at the University of Nottingham working alongside Prof. Steve Hill, investigates the function and interactions of membrane proteins, focusing on G protein-coupled receptors (GPCR). He specializes in protein:protein interaction assays, radioligand/fluorescent ligand binding assays, [3H]-cAMP accumulation and reporter gene assays.