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The project group of Kaisa Haglund in Harald Stenmark’s group at the Department of Molecular Cell Biology at the Institute for Cancer Research and Centre for Cancer Biomedicine and colleagues recently published an article in PLOS Genetics on the molecular control of the final step of cell division, abscission, in stem cells in vivo.
Cancer researchers are now using one of the world's fastest computers to detect which parts of the genetic code may cause bowel and prostate cancer.
Cancer, why me?
Is cancer a question of good or bad luck?
Nano Today (impact factor 18.4) publishes on their homepage a list of the most cited articles in the journal since 2010. This list now shows the review article “Endocytosis and intracellular transport of nanoparticles. Present knowledge and need for future studies” by Tore Geir Iversen, Tore Skotland and Kirsten Sandvig at the Institute for Cancer Research to be number 3 on this ranking.
CCB congratulates our six colleagues Guro E. Lind, Tor Erik Rusten, Jørgen Wesche, Eva Wenzel, Fergal O'Farrell, and Lene Malerød with their prestigious independent funding from 2015.