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Dimitrios Thanos is elected Member of the Academy of Athens
Dimitrios Thanos is elected Member of the Academy of Athens

The President of BRFAA’s Scientific Board was elected as a Member of the Academy of Athens.

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Speaker: Petros Kolovos
Speaker: Petros Kolovos

Wednesday, December 7th - Seminar Title, 'A Tale for TFs and Chromatin Architecture' 15-11-2016
Ο Δρ Κωστομητσόπουλος ορίστικε μέλος Εθνικής Επιτροπής
Ο Δρ Κωστομητσόπουλος ορίστικε μέλος Εθνικής Επιτροπής

Με Υπουργική Απόφαση, ορίστικε ο Νικόλαος Κωστομητσόπουλος μέλος της Επιτροπής για την ευζωία των ζώων που χρησιμοποιούνται για επιστημονικούς σκοπούς. 24-10-2016
Popi Syntichaki discusses the study of the phenomenon of aging
Popi Syntichaki discusses the study of the phenomenon of aging

Popi Syntichaki, Investigator – Assistant Professor Level, is interviewed by Roula Skourigianni on the show "Αναδειξέ το". 20-10-2016
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Alternative lengthening of human telomeres is a conservative DNA replication process with features of break-induced replication
Alternative lengthening of human telomeres is a conservative DNA replication process with features of break-induced replication

Sarantis Gagos and colleagues conducted a study that was published in EMBO Reports
The dual role of LSD1 and HDAC3 in STAT5-dependent transcription is determined by protein interactions, binding affinities, motifs and genomic positions
Impairment of chaperone-mediated autophagy induces dopaminergic neurodegeneration in rats
Impairment of chaperone-mediated autophagy induces dopaminergic neurodegeneration in rats

Leonidas Stefanis, Maria Xilouri and colleagues published a study in Autophagy
Nuclear receptor NR5A2 controls neural stem cell fate decisions during development
Nuclear receptor NR5A2 controls neural stem cell fate decisions during development

A new paper was recently published online in Nature Communications from the Panagiotis Politis Group
Chronic p53-independent p21 expression causes genomic instability by deregulating replication licensing
Chronic p53-independent p21 expression causes genomic instability by deregulating replication licensing

Vassilis G. Gorgoulis and colleagues published a study in Nature Cell Biology
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