User:Marios F. Sardis
current status:Studying, MS Protein Biotechnology
Sardis Marios Frantzeskos
2006-........MS in Protein Biotechnology, Department of Biology,University of Crete
2002-2006 BS in Biology (Biomolecular science and Biotechnology), University of Crete.
2001-2002 Certificate of Higher Education (in Biology), University of Cardiff, Wales, U.K.
RESHAPING THE PAGE
- Sardis MF, Athanassakis I., Modulation of spleen cell responces by soluble MHC class II molecules, 1st Joint Meeting of European National Societies of Immunology, Book of Abstracts (Poster presentation), 6 September 2006
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Past Great Events
Mouse taste cells with G protein-coupled taste receptors lack voltage-gated calcium channels and SNAP-25
High-resolution analysis of HLA class I alterations in colorectal cancer
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Montreal Researchers Make A Major Strategic Breakthrough In Controling The AIDS Virus
Nature Reviews Immunology
Annual Reviews of Immunology
Journal of Immunology
Journal of Immunological Methods
Seminars in Immunology
Trends in Immunology
Current Opinion in Immunology
European Journal of Immunology
University of Crete
Department of Biology Department of Biology, University of Crete, Greece
M.Sc. Protein Biotechnology, University of Crete M.Sc. Protein Biotechnology of the Department of Biology, University of Crete, Home Page
University of Cardiff University of Cardiff, Wales, U.K.
University of Newport University of Newport, Wales, U.K.
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