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Aneuploidy: Cell division slipped out of gear

Cells with abnormal chromosome number are called aneuploid. How do these cells behave in comparison to normal cells? Watch this video to learn more.

The research topic of Floris Foijer is genomic instability in cells and in particularly he is interested in aneuploidy. What is aneuploidy? How may it be connected to cancer and ageing? You will learn the answers to these questions in this lecture series. But before diving into the topic, please have a look at this animation where Floris Foijer explains some general facts about aneuploidy.

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