PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF ROOM TO JBL Dr Csanad Bachrati from the School of Life Sciences will lead the next LIH Research Development Seminar entitled, Maintenance of Genome Integrity in Cell Physiology and Disease. 11:45am-2pm* Wednesday 26th July 2017 Joseph Banks Laboratories – JBL2C04 It is estimated that around 100’000 DNA lesions are generated in every cell of the humanRead more →
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