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Tim Dore trained as an organic chemist, but the lab he runs at NYUAD integrates chemistry and biology in a deep and important way to address challenges caused by disease.
Human cells are constantly developing, dividing, and dying. In a healthy individual, these processes are kept in balance; proto-oncogenes promote cell growth, while anti-oncogenes suppress it. Mutations in either type of gene can lead to cancerous cell growth.
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Abu Dhabi Scientists Shine a Light on How the Brain Works
Timothy Dore is doing research in to the role of serotonin as a neurotransmitter chemical at NYU Abu Dhabi.
The National | February 01, 2014