At the heart of the Oncopole of Toulouse, the CRCT, together with all its partners (institutional, academic, clinical, industrial, charities…), stimulates innovation in terms of research and teaching in the fight against cancer.
The CRCT is a joint Research Unit Inserm & University Toulouse III Paul Sabatier
3 research teams are also labelled by the CNRS
Researchers, clinicians and supports
PhD students and post-doctoral fellows
Some papers including some from our group suggested that the organization of DNA and the genome is like a network. Networks are systems in which many units interact with each other (friends connecting on social media, cities connected by roads, neurons connected in...
At a time when e-health is an essential part of modern medicine, virtual slides have become a key element in histopathological diagnosis. Virtual microscopy consists in analyzing high-resolution digitally scanned histology images. The pathologist can observe these...
A small non-coding RNA molecule controls the presence of three key tumor growth regulators of NPM-ALK(+) T lymphoma.
Lymphoma is a blood cancer which develops from a type of white blood cells present in the lymphatic system; the lymphocytes. There are two types of lymphocytes: B lymphocytes and T lymphocytes. This study focuses on a particular type of blood cancer affecting T...
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