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EEB Monday Seminar - Shared screen with speaker view
Benjamin Goldman-Huertas
57:41
Is the correlation between susceptibility to metastatic cancer and invasive placentation found in other vertebrate groups?
Benjamin Goldman-Huertas
58:39
Like certain sharks, snakes, caecilians?
Benjamin Goldman-Huertas
59:46
Non-mammalian vertebrates with viviparity and plantation.
Benjamin Goldman-Huertas
59:50
placentation
Joseph Matheson
01:02:02
I may have just missed this in the talk, but do you have any intuition about whether cancer resistance was a cause of the evolution of noninvasive placenta or if it was just a happy side effect?
Alison Harrington
01:02:26
Thanks Gunter! I have to head out early but thanks again for your visit and talk!
Rick Michod
01:02:42
Cancer is a shift to a lower level cell selection, is the proteasome connected with this shift, somehow? Proteasomes get rid of damaged proteins, I wonder is there an effect of the proteasome on the cell level, somehow? Just trying to brain storm this a bit.
Rick Michod
01:07:49
Bye everyone. Thanks Gunter!
Benjamin Goldman-Huertas
01:08:05
Do you think marsupial reproductive biology is highly derived and the group’s ancestral state was similar to eutherian placentation?
Brian Enquist (he/him) University of Arizona
01:09:42
Thank you for the talk and thanks to the organizers.
Benjamin Goldman-Huertas
01:11:46
Thank you!
Dinah Rose Davison
01:12:00
Thank you!
sarahbritton
01:12:05
Wonderful- thank you!