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Rudy E.P.A. Ballieux grad student 1985 Utrecht (Neurotree)
 (Early events in lymphocyte activation.)
Cornelis (Cox) Pieter Terhorst post-doc 1986-1989 Harvard Medical School (Chemistry Tree)


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Shashank Gandhi post-doc 2021-2022 Hubrecht Institute (DevTree)
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Hageman JH, Heinz MC, Kretzschmar K, et al. (2020) Intestinal Regeneration: Regulation by the Microenvironment. Developmental Cell. 54: 435-446
Miao Y, Ha A, de Lau W, et al. (2020) Next-Generation Surrogate Wnts Support Organoid Growth and Deconvolute Frizzled Pleiotropy In Vivo. Cell Stem Cell
Wei G, Gao N, Chen J, et al. (2020) ERK/MAPK signaling is essential for intestinal development through Wnt pathway modulation. Development (Cambridge, England)
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