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Doctoral Thesis 26/03/2021
Ana Margarita Maldonado
Deciphering the role of RBM10 in development and cancer using a genetic mouse model
Doctoral Thesis 04/03/2021
Sara Fernández Gaitero
Triple negative breast cancer kinome-taxonomy, prognostic and therapeutics: role of polynucleotide kinase-phosphatase
Doctoral Thesis 25/02/2021
Paloma Martín
Genetic susceptibility and molecular landscape in familial, bilateral and sporadic patients with testicular germ cell tumour (TGCT)
Doctoral Thesis 29/01/2021
Juan Miguel Baquero
Functional validation of DNA glycosylases as cancer risk modifiers in BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutation carriers. Potential use of OGG1 inhibitors as a novel strategy for cancer treatment
Doctoral Thesis 18/12/2020
Ylenia Cendón
Biological and Clinical Impact of ATM Deficiency in Prostate Cancer
Doctoral Thesis 14/12/2020
Amanda Garrido
Role and functions of MCRS1 in liver disease
Doctoral Thesis 03/12/2020
Celia de la Calle
Role of constitutive nutrient signalling in mammalian physiology, metabolism, and ageing
Doctoral Thesis 18/09/2020
Daniel Gonzalez Acosta
Study of PrimPol function at DNA interstrand crosslinks
Doctoral Thesis 17/09/2020
Catarina Pereira Santos
Organoids and single-cell sequencing as tools for the study of urothelial biology
Doctoral Thesis 14/09/2020
Juan María Roldán
Identification of predictive biomarkers of response for mTOR inhibitors in renal cell carcinoma: towards a molecular rationale for treatment selection in patients
Doctoral Thesis 09/09/2020
Ana Teijeiro García-Quijada
Role of IL-17A in obesity, metabolic syndrome and hepatocellular carcinoma
Doctoral Thesis 24/07/2020
Antonio Galarreta
Exploring the role of the USP7 deubiquitinase in cell cycle control and cancer therapy

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