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  • Inaugural lecture Gerrit Meijer

    The current fragmentation in all aspects of personalized medicine research leads to a waste of money, crippled data and failure of biomarkers to enter the clinic, says pathologist Gerrit Meijer. On Wednesday November 22nd he will give his inaugural lecture as professor of oncologic pathology at Utrecht University. Prior to the lecture a symposium about innovations in this field will be held.

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  • Unexpected finding solves 40-year old cytoskeleton mystery

    Scientists have been searching for it for decades: the enzyme that cuts the amino acid tyrosine off an important part of the cell's skeleton. Researchers of the Netherlands Cancer Institute have now identified this mystery player, which may be of vital importance to the understanding of cell function and division, and therefore the understanding of cancer. They publish their finding in Science on November 16th.

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