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Editor-in-Chief

New Content ItemGerry Melino, University of Rome "Tor Vergata", Italy

Gerry Melino is Professor of Biochemistry at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Rome "Tor Vergata". He is a member of the Academia Lincei as well as of the Academia Europaea. For 19 years he was programme leader at the Toxicology Unit of the Medical Research Council, Cambridge University, UK. His scientific interest focuses upon programmed cell death in cancer and skin. Gerry's major work investigates the p53 family members – p63 and p73. The molecular events driven by DNA damage to elicit the function of p63/p73 is investigated in vitro (transcriptional targets, proteosomal degradation, inhibitors) as well in ad hoc transgenic animal models.

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Cancer pathways
Biology Direct
Collection published: 10 April 2020

Cancer prediction
Biology Direct
Collection published: 13 April 2020

COVID-19
Biology Direct
Collection published: 20 April 2020

Evolution
Biology Direct
Collection published: 21 April 2020

Microbiome research
Biology Direct
Collection published: 23 April 2020



2018

Proceedings of the Critical Assessment of Massive Data Analysis (CAMDA) Satellite Meeting to ISMB 2018
Biology Direct
Collection published: 13 February 2020
Part of: CAMDA Thematic Series

2017

Proceedings of the Critical Assessment of Massive Data Analysis (CAMDA) Satellite Meeting to ISMB 2017
Biology Direct
Collection published: 23 August 2019
Part of: CAMDA Thematic Series

2016

Evolution and cancer: A mathematical biology approach II
Biology Direct
Collection published: 23 August 2016

2015

Proceedings of the Critical Assessment of Massive Data Analysis (CAMDA) Satellite Meeting to ISMB 2015
Biology Direct
Collection published: 20 December 2016
Part of: CAMDA Thematic Series

2011

Beyond the tree of life
Biology Direct
Collection published: 30 June 2011

2010

Evolution and cancer: A mathematical biology approach
Biology Direct
Collection published: 20 April 2010

2009

Evolutionary Biology 150 years after the 'Origin': is a post-modern synthesis in sight?
Biology Direct
Collection published: 24 April 2009

2008

Origin and early evolution of life
Biology Direct
Collection published: 9 July 2008

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