The joint project "MMML Demonstrators" deals with improvements in the diagnosis and therapy of lymphoma and consists of seven subprojects. In lymphoma, the so-called diffuse large cell B-cell lymphomas (DLBCL) are responsible for the highest number of deaths. Although the disease is curable in principle, approximately one third of patients still die. However, the expression of certain genes in tumor cells and surrounding tissues can be used to diagnose certain subgroups of these tumors and, in
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