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Marleen Dekker-Vlaar group


Marleen Dekker-Vlaar

Research technician

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I studied biochemistry at the HLO in Beverwijk. In 1990, after a studentship in the group of Peter Demant, I started working in the group of Anton Berns. In 1994 I joined the new research group of Hein te Riele where I have been working on different projects. I started on the retinoblastoma protein family project by generating ESC lines disrupting the retinoblastoma genes. Later I contributed to the DNA MMR project by generating and analyzing ESC lines and mouse models. Oligonucleotide-directed gene modification is one of the latest projects to which I contributed.

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