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The p53 web sites

 
  October, 28 1998 20:29
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The p53 gene mutations found in human tumors. Dr. Thierry Soussi (thierry.Soussi@curie.fr) has developed the p53 mutation database and the UMD software that allow the analysis of the database. You can find the database and the UMD software in following addresses:

p53 Database

http://perso.curie.fr/Thierry.Soussi/p53_database.html

http://www.umd.necker.fr:2001/

And following addresses are the other p53 sites for more information that can be useful for any scientist in the field:

http://www.iarc.fr/p53/homepage.htm

http://athens.wistar.upenn.edu/p53/

http://perso.curie.fr/Thierry.Soussi/soussi_p53.html


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