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University Medical Center Groningen

prof. dr. M.A.T.M. (Marcel) van Vugt

Professor of Molecular Oncology, Directeur Cancer Research Center Groningen


An mRNA expression-based signature for oncogene-induced replication-stress

cGAS-STING drives the IL-6-dependent survival of chromosomally instable cancers

Genomic instability, inflammatory signaling and response to cancer immunotherapy

MYC promotes immune-suppression in triple-negative breast cancer via inhibition of interferon signaling

Processing DNA lesions during mitosis to prevent genomic instability

Sister chromatid exchanges induced by perturbed replication can form independently of BRCA1, BRCA2 and RAD51

When breaks get hot: inflammatory signaling in BRCA1/2-mutant cancers

A synthetic lethal screen identifies HDAC4 as a potential target in MELK overexpressing cancers

Deposition Bias of Chromatin Proteins Inverts under DNA Replication Stress Conditions

Elongation factor ELOF1 drives transcription-coupled repair and prevents genome instability

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UMCG krijgt miljoen euro voor onderzoek naar therapie bij agressieve borstkanker

University of Groningen: Vici grants for two Groningen-based researchers

Twee Groningse onderzoekers krijgen forse subsidies

Miljoenen voor UMCG-onderzoek naar vroeg opsporen van astma en 'de achilleshiel' van kankercellen

Gelauwerde proefschriften met Poolse samenvattingen

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