The Norwegian Radium Hospital, The Research Building
In a recent article in Nature, published on-line 3rd June, PhD student Marina Vietri and her co-workers in Harald Stenmark's group at Centre for Cancer Biomedicine and Institute for Cancer Research have uncovered a new cellular mechanism that contributes to keep our genome intact.
Åsmund Eikenes from Harald Stenmark's lab at the department of Molecular Cell Biology, Centre for Cancer Biomedicine, has written an article in the careers column of the May 6th edition of Nature (journal impact factor 42.4). The article is entitled "Visual maps bring research to life".
In a recent paper in Nature, project leader Camilla Raiborg and her co-workers in Harald Stenmark´s group at Institute for Cancer Research and Centre for Cancer Biomedicine show an unexpected connection between endosomes (organelles involved in protein import into cells) and the endoplasmic reticulum (ER, organelle involved in protein export) in formation of cellular protrusions.
CCB's Hilde Lie Erling, Head of Section for Interphase Genetics, Institute for Cancer Genetics and Informatics at Oslo University Hospital, has contributed with the article "Cellekjernen røper kreftutviklingen" on her blog on www.forskning.no.
The Department of Molecular Oncology has in collaboration with the Norwegian PSC Research Center at Oslo University Hospital, Rikshospitalet, recently published a paper in Hepatology (journal impact factor 11.19) where a high-performance epigenetic biomarker panel suitable for identifying patients with bile duct cancer was described. First author is post doc Kim Andresen from Guro E. Lind's Epigenetics group at the Department of Molecular Oncology at the Institute for Cancer Research, and Centre for Cancer Biomedicine, University of Oslo.