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Cancer: from biomedicine to patient

Lecture by Susana de la Luna



Down’s syndrome is the result of the presence of an extra Chromosome 21, or part of it, in the organism’s cells. Down’s syndrome research therefore seeks to understand the function of the genes contained in this chromosome.

Susana de la Luna, ICREA lecturer in Research at the Centre for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona.

Presented by: Josep Maria Espinàs, writer.

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