Hubrecht

Hu·brecht

(hū'brekt),
Ambrosius A.W., Dutch zoologist and comparative anatomist, 1853-1915. See: Hubrecht protochordal knot.
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Researchers from the group of Marvin Tanenbaum at the Hubrecht Institute have shown that translation of the genetic information stored in our DNA is much more complex than previously thought.
UTRECHT, The Netherlands, March 4, 2019 -- Scientists from Utrecht University, University Medical Center Utrecht, and Hubrecht Institute have successfully created kidney organoids from urine cells.
Scientists from Utrecht University, University Medical Centre Utrecht and Hubrecht Institute have successfully created kidney organoids from urine cells.
Stem cell biologist Hans Clevers of the Hubrecht Institute in Utrecht, the Netherlands, reported the creation of these organoids on December 10 at a joint meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology and the European Molecular Biology Organization.
The experiment, conducted by Hubrecht Institute stem cell biologist Hans Clevers and his team, initially started with just one species of snakes, the Cape coral snake (Aspidelaps lubricus). 
Researchers from the Hubrecht Institute in the Netherlands, the Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon in France and the Francis Crick Institute London, generated a cell-by-cell map of all dividing cardiac cells before and after a heart attack using advanced molecular and genetic technologies.
In close collaboration with the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NKI) and the Hubrecht Institute, a research team at the University of Bern has generated 3D cell cultures (organoids) to investigate mechanisms of drug resistance in breast cancer and to improve current therapies.
The intestinal epithelial organoid culture system was pioneered by Hans Clevers and researchers at the Foundation Hubrecht Organoid Technology (HUB), initiating innovation in in vitro tissue modeling.
He had a short-lived marriage to Bridget Hubrecht, after which he had a nervous breakdown.
All these factors can cause adjustment problems after rehoming into private households, as supposed for separation-related behaviors, problems with housetraining, dog-to-dog communication problems, fear of people, a wide range of situational anxieties, specific fears, possible phobias (LASA, 2004) and fear-related aggression (Hubrecht, 2002).