Martin Bilban, University of Vienna, on Signal Thresholds | GenomeWeb

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Martin Bilban, research assistant, University of Vienna, department of medical and chemical laboratory diagnostics

PhD in molecular and cell biology, The Scripps Research Institute: Studied mechanisms regulating cell migration and invasion in normal and malignant tissue. Developed metastasis cDNA microarray

Postdoctoral fellowship, University of Vienna

Recently published a paper in BMC Genomics entitled "Defining signal thresholds in DNA microarrays: exemplary application for invasive cancer"

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