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A Simple Cell Holds 42 Million Protein Molecules, Scientists Reveal

Donnelly Centre scientists have finally put their finger on how many protein molecules there are in a cell, ending decades of guesswork and clearing the way for further research on how protein abundance affects health of an organism.
Jan 17 / 2018

New Cancer Immunotherapy in the Making Thanks to Antibody Engineering Technology Developed at Donnelly Centre

A new therapy that enhances the body’s ability to fight cancer has received a $62-million (USD) boost thanks to Donnelly Centre's antibody engineering technology.
Jan 3 / 2018

Professors Michael Sefton and Molly Shoichet Inducted into the Order of Canada

University Professors Michael Sefton and Molly Shoichet have been named Officers of the Order of Canada, one of the country’s most prestigious recognitions. The new appointees were announced last week by Governor General Julie Payette.
Jan 3 / 2018

Researchers Seek to Make Blood Stem Cell Transplants Available to More Patients

More than 50,000 people around the world receive blood stem cell transplants every year to treat leukemia and other blood disorders, making the procedure “inarguably the most successful and most widely used treatment in regenerative medicine,” says John Dick.
Dec 18 / 2017
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