Max Planck Shows How esiRNAs Can Study Loss of Function; Cenix Hopes to Market Tech | GenomeWeb
Name: Frank Buchholz
Position: Group leader, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics
Background: Postdoc, University of California, San Francisco — 1998-2001
Postdoc, European Molecular Biology Laboratory — 1997-1998
PhD, Biology, EMBL and University of Heidelberg — 1997

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