Collagens are most abundant components of extracellular matrix, with type I collagen being a predominant component of fibrotic tissue and having an emerging role in chronic diseases.
Thus, young scientists will focus on delivering currently missing fundamental knowledge on the molecular pathophysiology of type I collagen degradation, setting up a stage for non-invasive diagnostic biomarkers of fibrosis and novel anti-fibrotic therapies, thus decreasing the burden of chronic diseases in the future.
The DisCo-I project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Doctoral Networks - Industrial Doctorates Programme (HORIZON – MSCA – 2021 – DN-ID) under grant agreement No 101072828.
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