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Crick group leaders Caroline Hill and James Briscoe have been elected to the Academy of Medical Sciences in recognition of their outstanding work advancing medical science.
We want to understand how retroviruses infect cells and integrate their genetic material into host cell DNA, with the aim of improving treatment for HIV and gene therapy. There are many different types of viruses that can infect human cells....
Journal Article: Oncology reportsYear Published: (2012) Volume Number: 28, Article Number: 1435-1442
Peter Carmeliet: Angiogenesis revisited: role and (therapeutic) implications on endothelial metabolism
Michelle Linterman, Babraham Institute, Cambridge, UK
Journal Article: Open BiologyYear Published: (2014) Volume Number: 4, Article Number: 140120