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Amogh Jalihal Feb 16
Our model of nutrient signaling in budding yeast is now out on bioRxiv! With , Pavel Kraikivski, and John Tyson.
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AJP-Heart and Circ Feb 20
*OPEN FOR SUBMISSION* Call for Papers on and in Normal and Athletic States
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Dr. Thomas Wilckens Feb 19
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Dr. Lorenz Adlung Feb 20
Yes, signalling and need a lot more research in . Recent review by Brent Kuenzi & in
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Dr. Lorenz Adlung Feb 20
Watch out 🇨🇭🖥️🦠 scene: In a month from now, & are taking you back to the future: | 🤓😷
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European Vaccine Initiative Feb 18
📢Apply for Development & 🧪Services: Any target - few exceptions 📖 Training: of Vaccinology aspects of vaccine development Check out our too! 🐑🐁🤧 👉
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NatureReviewsCancer Feb 18
NEW Analysis by BM Kuenzi & surveys several major approaches with attention to how well their resulting network maps cover, and enhance, our knowledge of cancer pathways.
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milind kamkolkar 23h
Excellent work from one of 's Board Members, Dr Jim Collins
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Dr. Thomas Wilckens Feb 19
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WGC Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences Feb 17
📢ALERT! Registration for Genomics of Brain Disorders 2020 closes ⏰TOMORROW - 18 Feb ⏰. Don’t miss your chance to hear the latest research on architecture, and modelling disease. . Click here:
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Matthew Collins Feb 20
sharing her journey in at Impressive work and glimpse of next frontier
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European Vaccine Initiative Feb 17
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Anne Marie Pordon Feb 19
Generalizing results from animal models to human patients is a critical challenge.
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George Mias Feb 14
New Review: A systems approach to infectious disease by via
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Dr. Thomas Wilckens Feb 17
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WGC Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences Feb 14
Congratulation to the winners of the best selected talk: Barbara De Kegal based at and Dinara Usmanova from Columbia University, USA. Thanks to for supporting this prize!
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Gunnar De Winter Feb 14
"Instead of attempting to “humanize” animal experimental models...humanizing computational models derived from animal experiments." Translating preclinical models to humans
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James Tomkins 2h
Replying to @UniRdg_PhD
Lots of discussion at the poster session. Nikoleta Vavouraki from our group presenting her work on protein-protein interaction network analysis in relation to HSPs
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Robert Smith Feb 20
To know more visit: Unexpected insights into the dynamic structure of mitochondria-by Delene Beeland, University of Florida
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Myron Schultz Feb 16
@shailen71733458 "Signalling entropy: A novel network-theoretical framework for systems analysis and interpretation of functional omic data"
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