Associate Professor Charles Lineweaver, Planetary Science Institute, Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics, ANU We have proposed a new atavistic model of oncogenesis (Davies & Lineweaver 2011, Lineweaver et al 2015). We have also proposed several ways to test the model. One important test depends on knowing the ages of the ~ 20,000 human genes. I will present the model and the age-dependent test. Then I will describe how some of the bioinformatic obstacles to obtaining gene ages can be overcome.
—— Bioinformatic Drop-In JCSMR Room 2.037, JCSMR (#131) 2.30pm to 3.30pm ——
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