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Dr.ir. L.C.J. Dorssers
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Anti-oestrogen resistance in breast cancer; Genes and tumour progression; Gene identification; Insertion mutagenesis; Gene-function analysis; Transfection; Gene expression
Anti-oestrogeen resistentie in borstkanker; Genen en tumorprogressie; Gen-identificatie; Insertie mutagenese; Gen-functie analyse; Transfectie; Gen-expressie
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Department of Pathology (EUR)
l. dorssers -at- erasmusmc. nl
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Anni 2.0: A multipurpose text-mining tool for the life sciences
Text-derived concept profiles support assessment of DNA microarray data for acute myeloid leukemia and for androgen receptor stimulation
Co-occurrence based meta-analysis of scientific texts: retrieving biological relationships between genes
Breast cancer oestrogen independence mediated by BCAR1 or BCAR3 genes is transmitted through mechanisms distinct from the oestrogen receptor signalling pathway or the epidermal growth factor receptor signalling pathway.
GO-Mapper: functional analysis of gene expression data using the expression level as a score to evaluate Gene Ontology terms.
Completed research projects
(the most recent research is at the top)
Characterization of breast cancer anti-estrogen resistance pathways by gene expression profiling
Regulation of development and progress of solid tumours
Identification of tumor-associated factors responsible for regulating uPA production by breast cancer fibroblasts.
Identification of genetic mechanisms causing anti-estrogen resistance in human breast cancer cells.
All completed research..
Public health and health care
Histology, cell biology
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