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MAP(K)ing the Path to Stem Cell Quiescence and the Elusive Enteroendocrine Cell Cell Stem Cell, 20 (2), pp. 153-154. Article

High resolution HLA haplotyping by imputation for a British population bioresource. Hum Immunol. Article

The Threshold of Protection from Liver-Stage Malaria Relies on a Fine Balance between the Number of Infected Hepatocytes and Effector CD8+ T Cells Present in the Liver. J Immunol. Article

The nature and nurture of cell heterogeneity: accounting for macrophage gene-environment interactions with single-cell RNA-Seq. BMC Genomics, 18 (1), pp. 53. Article

Maternal Supply of Cas9 to Zygotes Facilitates the Efficient Generation of Site-Specific Mutant Mouse Models. PLoS One, 12 (1), pp. e0169887. Article

Shared and Distinct Aspects of the Sepsis Transcriptomic Response to Fecal Peritonitis and Pneumonia. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. Article

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Prof Lindgren Wins International Award

Prof Lindgren Wins International Award

Updated 22/02/2017

Professor Cecilia Lindgren has received the Khwarizmi International Award (KIA)  for her work on "Dissection of the Molecular Pathogenesis of Obesity and Fat distribution". The Khwarizmi International Award seeks to recognize the efforts made by researchers, innovators and inventors from all over the world.

3rd colorectal cancer network meeting to be held in Oxford

3rd colorectal cancer network meeting to be held in Oxford

Updated 15/02/2017

Specially invited speakers, among them some of the world's finest researchers, will speak about their latest achievements and research on colorectal cancer. The lectures are open to all interested in advances within research on colorectal cancer, and the theme for this meeting is Genomic stability and instability in cancer.

Centre director speaking on Royal Society panel

Centre director speaking on Royal Society panel

Updated 09/01/2017

WTCHG Director, Prof Peter Donnelly, spoke as part of a Prof Brian Cox chaired panel for the Royal Society's event "Science Matters - Machine Learning and Artificial intelligence". 

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