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Figure: The solution structure of IKK-gamma (found using molecular modeling and EPR)

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Cytosponge (pill-on-a-string) device for early detection of oesophageal cancer.

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The cytosponge device (pill-on-a-string) for early detection of oesophageal cancer

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Imaging of stacked layers to measure oxygen levels through engineered tumour.

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Cellular organization in the engineered tumour.

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Photo of series of rollable tumours in a dish.

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Photo of series of rollable tumours in a dish.

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Thin strip containing cancer cells. [Please click for video]

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Cells can be 'switched' from maintenance mode (pink) to repair mode (blue) in response to a wound.

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Skin cells 'switch' from maintenance mode (pink) to repair mode (blue) in response to a wound.

Epigenetic modifications

Molecular 'switches' attached to DNA can turn genes on or off.

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The World of Epigenetics: Molecular 'switches' attached to DNA can turn genes 'on' or 'off'.

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ICGC Consortium

 
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Retreat poster session

 
Retreat presentations

 
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Science Festival 2016

 
BMJ Team Awards 2016

Upper GI Team (left to right): Mrs Irene Debiram-Beecham (Research Nurse), Professor Rebecca Fitzgerald (Principal Investigator), Dr Pierre Lao-Sirieix, (Senior Scientist) and Dr Maria O'Donovan (Consultant Pathologist and Research Associate).

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Tumour draining lymph node

A tumour draining lymph node showing T cells (magenta), B cells (red) and collagen networks of the stroma (blue). Proliferating cells are labelled in green.

Big Biology Day (2016)

 
Frezza Metabolic landscape of cancer

 
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