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Study of the role of p73 isoforms in cancer development

Objective

The tumour suppressor p53 is a key gene involved in a large number of cellular responses upon stress-signals as the growth arrest, apoptosis, DNA-repair, senescence or differentiation. The recent discovery of p53-familymembers, p63 and p73, has opened the question whether alterations of these genes can also account for abnormal cell-cycle and cell death regulation in cancers.

Call for proposal

FP6-2002-MOBILITY-5
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Funding Scheme

EIF - Marie Curie actions-Intra-European Fellowships

Coordinator

STICHTING KATHOLIEKE UNIVERSITEIT
Address
Geert Grooteplein, 10
Nijmegen
Netherlands