Conversations with Giants in Medicine 10.1172/JCI97760
First published November 1, 2017 - More info
Excerpt: The control of cell growth was once thought to be passive when there were cellular building blocks in nutrients; a cell would grow and ultimately divide. But I’m joined today by Dr. Michael Hall (Figure 1) from the University of Basel in Switzerland who upended this simple assumption and, instead,...
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