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2009 Scientific Report

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Van Andel Research Institute | Scientific Report External Collaborators Academic Surgical Associates, Advanced Radiology Services, Cancer & Hematology Centers of Western Michigan, P.C., DeVos Children’s Hospital, Digestive Disease Institute, Grand Valley Medical Specialists, Grand Valley State University, MMPC, Saint Mary’s Health Care, Spectrum Health, and West Michigan Heart, all of Grand Rapids, Michigan Barbara Ann Karmanos Institute and Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan The Ben and Catherine Ivy Foundation, Palo Alto, California Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, Ohio GeneGo, Inc., and Oncology Care Associates, St. Joseph, Michigan Jackson Laboratory-West, Sacramento, California Jasper Clinical Research & Development, Inc., Kalamazoo, Michigan Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas Mary Crowley Cancer Center, Dallas, Texas Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota Michigan State University, East Lansing New York University, New York City The Ohio State University, Columbus Pfizer, Ann Arbor, Michigan; Saint Louis, Missouri; Groton, Connecticut TGen, Phoenix, Arizona University of Alabama at Birmingham University of California, San Francisco University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Vermont Cancer Center and University of Vermont Recent Publications Littman, B., J. Thompson, and C.P. Webb. In press. Where are we heading/What do we really need? In Biomarkers in Drug Development: A Handbook of Practice, Application, and Strategy, Michael Bleavins, Ramin Rahbari, Malle Jurima-Romet, and Claudio Carini, eds. New York; Wiley. Ivanov, S.V., J. Miller, R. Lucito, C. Tang, A.V. Ivanova, J. Pei, M. Carbone, C. Cruz, A. Beck, C. Webb, et al. 2009. Genomic events associated with progression of pleural malignant mesothelioma. International Journal of Cancer 124(3): 589–599. Webb, C.P., and D. Cherba. 2009. Systems biology of personalized medicine. In Bioinformatics for Systems Biology: Second Edition, Introduction to Informatics, Stephen Krawetz, ed. New York: Humana, pp. 615–630. 62

VARI | 2009 Retina whole mount Images of mouse retina whole mounts, postnatal day 14. Red stain is GSA lectin on endothelial blood vessel cells; green stain is FITC dextran perfusion of blood vessels. At the right center of the red image is a clump of remnant hyaloid blood vessels; few of these vessels can be seen in the green image because they no longer have blood flow. Original magnification 40×. Photo by Jennifer Bromberg-White of the Duesbery lab. 63

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