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Pax3-Maml3 expression (green) in C2C12 cells. DNA is stained blue and actin is red. Credit: Krista Bledsoe, Ph.D.
Dr. Westendorf's Skeletal Development and Regeneration Research Laboratory is studying chromosomal translocations and bone cancers, including primary and metastatic tumors.
The goal of Dr. Westendorf's research on chromosomal translocations and cancer is to discover and understand novel genes and mutations that contribute to bone cancers, sarcomas and leukemia.
Mayo Clinic collaborators: Haojie Huang, Ph.D.; Andre M. Oliveira, M.D., Ph.D.; Rajiv Kumar, Ph.D.; Shizhen (Jane) Zhu, M.D., Ph.D.
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