European Working Group of Apoptosis (EGWA)
1994-09 Paris France
Sep 1994, Paris (France), with support of D-XD3631 - European Hematology Association (EHA). Ceased to exist. Replaced by D-XD8439 - European Cell Death Organization (ECDO).
Create an interactive network for communication and collaboration between all leading figures and major groups in Europe in the field; promote exchange of data at personal and technological levels among members of these basic and clinical research groups; promote cooperative projects on an international basis by combining complementary expertise in cell biology, molecular biology, clinical resources and industry.
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