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October 2013
Scientific News
GTEx: Useful Expression For Cancer Research
GTEx Project has recently published several papers reporting on findings from its two-year pilot phase.
It Runs in the Family
Distantly related viruses share a common machinery for replication.
Inexpensive Technique Developed to Manufacture Nanofibers
Current methods for producing nanofibers are incredibly costly and therefore limit accessibility, this new study opens the door to cheap, mass produced nanofibers.
Normal Skin Accrues High Number of Mutations Associated with Cancer
Researchers used genomic sequencing to gain insights into how somatic mutations build up in normal cells before the onset of cancer, a process that is poorly understood.
New Device May Shed Light on Why Cancer Cells Metastasize
Scientists from the University of Michigan think they are now a step closer to understanding why some cancer cells metastasize.
Could GM Lettuce Fight Cancer?
New research in the controversial field of genetic modification points to lettuce as a vector for delivering microRNA to combat cancer.
Designing Better Medical Implants
A team of MIT researchers have discovered a novel method for reducing the typical immune system rejection response when implanting biomedical devices into the body.
Laser Technique for Self-Assembly of Nanostructures
Researchers have developed a low-cost technique that holds promise for a range of scientific and technological applications.
Smoking Signs
Research reveals epigenetic alterations caused by smoking.
Microchip Captures Clusters of Circulating Tumor Cells
Researchers have developed a microfluidic chip that can capture rare clusters of circulating tumor cells, which could yield important new insights into how cancer spreads.
25 Oct 2013 - 25 Oct 2013
TATAA Biocenter, Odinsgatan 28, Gothenburg
1 Day immuno-qPCR
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