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DNA Repair and Uveal Melanoma (D.R.U.M)

Our team DNA Repair and Uveal Melanoma (D.R.U.M.) was created at Institut Curie in 2001. Its goal is to understand the malignant processes involved in human cancers. More specifically, our main interests are presently (i) in genomic instabilities in breast/ovarian cancers and uveal melanoma and (ii) in genetics and genomics of uveal melanoma. Through the development of innovative bioinformatics tools and data mining efforts, as well as experimental biology, we aim to identify new predisposing factors to cancer and novel therapeutics.

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