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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