NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Margaret Q. Landenberger Research Foundation has given a researcher at Scripps Research Institute in Florida $150,000 to fund studies of the molecular and genetic networks that can lead to cancer, Scripps said today.
 
The foundation has granted the money to Michael Conkright, assistant professor in the Department of Cancer Biology at Scripps, to fund research into oncogenes that are caused by chromosome translocation.
 

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