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The PCCC established a pathology platform (Director: Prof. Dr. Wilko Weichert, Heidelberg University) within the consortium with special expertise in mouse human comparison. The platform will provide access to a large array of standard pathomorphologcial and analytical expression profiling techniques to the members of the consortium. Beyond offering analytical techniques, the pathology platform will serve as an analytical technology hub to guide PCCC members towards specialized analytical services provided by other PCCC members or sourced-in from outside the PCCC.

Comparative mouse-human validation process


Felix Lasitschka
Tel: 06221-56-38039
Fax: 06221-56-5251



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