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CBBS CT-7 - Shared screen with speaker view
Somayeh Fouladi
55:01
Dorsa, Thank you for great talk.Best Wishes
David Basanta Gutierrez (He/Him)
01:09:54
Excellent presentation Noemi, are there any factors that could explain the dominance of diploid tumor cells in the brain since brains (I think) usually have plenty of resources of nutrients?
David Basanta Gutierrez (He/Him)
01:11:03
And is the model going to be based on game theory? Wink wink
Anuraag Bukkuri
01:11:19
G FUNCTIONS
Gosia Tyczynska
01:11:27
I have a quick question too — how about lungs?
Gosia Tyczynska
01:11:45
Excellent talk Noemi, I really enjoyed it!
Noemi Andor
01:15:19
Thanks! Ploidy in lung tumors is actually among the highest! The high mutation rate in many lung tumors are likely to play a role there (related to the benefits high ploidy confers to cells)
Anna Claudia Resende
01:18:17
Amazing experiments!
Gosia Tyczynska
01:20:52
Thanks! Interesting - I know that some of the NSCL-cancers have very high mutational burden, so I was quite curious about the ploidy.
Gosia Tyczynska
01:21:10
(Also, it’s related to my project and it’s great to ask the expert :) )
Jaewook
01:27:27
Bone is known to be very resilient against the primary cancer initiation. Just statistics and nobody knows why. My question is what is so special about myeloma to invade bone?
Jaewook
01:29:51
I am more interested in the role of myeloma on the breaking of the bone negative feedback homeostasis.