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A new publication in Nature

The Vermeulen lab published a paper in Nature! The publication by Sanne van Neerven et al. shows that Apc-mutant cells act as supercompetitors in intestinal tumour initiation:Apc-mutant cells act as
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A new paper in Nature Communications

A new paper of our group, led by Dr. Daniël Miedema, is published in Nature Communications. The paper shows that chromosomal copy number heterogeneity predicts survival rates across cancers.https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-021-23384-6
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Two new grants from the Dutch Cancer Society

We received two grant from the Dutch Cancer Society to study: Lithium for the prevention of polypsLouis Vermeulen, together with co-applicants Sanne van Neerven and Evelien Dekker, will investigate whether
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Lineage tracing toolkit developed by the Vermeulen Lab featured in Nature

TECHNOLOGY FEATURE: Elusive cancer cells dissected using developmental-biology toolkit Unpicking how cancer stem cells divide and spread could help to explain how tumours grow and evade treatments. See: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-01029-4
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Sanne van Neerven wins the PhD student Award

Sanne van Neerven wins the PhD student Award at the Dutch Society for Stem Cell Research for her talk named ‘Apc-mutant cells act as supercompetitors in intestinal tumour initiation’ See
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Louis Vermeulen wins Ammodo award for his groundbreaking colon cancer research

Louis Vermeulen, Professor of Molecular Oncology at Cancer Center Amsterdam, Amsterdam UMC, is one of eight laureates of the Ammodo Science Awards for 2021. The Ammodo Science Award is awarded
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