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Another decade of advances in research on primary cilia, porosomes and neosis: some passing thoughts at 70
Denys N Wheatley1
This editorial contains some of my reflections on a career spanning almost 50 years in biomedical research at the cellular level and over 12 years as Editor-in-Chief of Cell Biology International, at the time of my 70th birthday. It is gratifying that I have been involved in some of the more important organelles and processes that have come to the forefront of cell research today, and I have chosen just three examples to illustrate this point.
Received 16 February 2010; accepted 19 February 2010
Published online 8 March 2010, doi:10.1042/CBI20100119
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