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This course focuses on breast cancers both on a biological and a clinical point of view.
The annual scientific meeting aims at fostering interaction and scientific exchange across the EU-LIFE research community under the umbrella of a common topic.
This training is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of techniques employed to study gene regulation and transcriptional output.
We will be holding a workshop at the Babraham Institute, Cambridge on April 19 and 20 on the use of whole-genome metabolic reconstructions and metabolomics to advance the understanding of C. elegans metabolism.
The eukaryotic genome is non-randomly organized in a hierarchy of structures: chromosomes territories, which occupy preferential positions within the interphasic nucleus, are segmented into topolo
The Ageing Cell Conference will bring together an international community of researchers from the fields of immunology, genetics, epigenetics & signalling to discuss ageing at the cellular lev