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Cellular Signaling and Regulatory Systems Study Section [CSRS]

The Cellular Signaling and Regulatory Systems (CSRS) study section reviews applications that focus on a fundamental understanding of cellular information processing, cellular homeostasis, and cellular physiology. A distinguishing characteristic of these applications is an emphasis on signaling networks and the coordination of processes, including those regulating cell growth, proliferation, differentiation, and death.



  • Cell cycle control, replication, mitosis, meiosis, and checkpoint controls.
  • Programmed cell death and apoptosis.
  • Regulation of cell growth, proliferation, and survival, particularly in the context of stress or transformation.
  • Signaling pathways regulating transcription and other cellular processes.
  • Integrative cell physiology, including stress responses, circadian rhythms and circadian clock networks.
  • Cellular controls that ensure the stability of the genome.
  • Basic signaling mechanisms that regulate immune responses and tumorigenesis.
  • Computational modeling of cellular signaling networks, proteomic approaches and systems biology of regulatory networks.
  • Signal transduction mechanisms, regulatory pathways employing ubiquitination and proteolysis.

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