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Antony Braithwaite

Professor Antony Braithwaite, from the Department of Pathology at the University of Otago, is an expert in the molecular mechanisms of cancer. His research is focused on the regulation of cell proliferation and cell survival and the role played by the tumour suppressor protein, p53, and in particular a novel oncogenic variant of p53 called delta 133p53. Professor Braithwaite is also a staff scientist at the Children’s Medical Research Institute, based at the University of Sydney, and splits his time between Otago and Sydney.


 


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