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A new gene essential for nuclear reprogramming identified Basic Research
05.06.2013
Nature Communications. A new gene essential for nuclear reprogramming identified Researchers are still fascinated by the idea of the possibility of reprogramming the cells of any...
Basic Research
25.04.2013
Cell Reports. CNIO researchers ‘capture’ the replication of the human genome for the first time The Genomic Instability Group led by researcher Óscar Fernández-Capetillo at the Spanish National...
The Melanoma Research Alliance supports CNIO research Translational
23.04.2013
The Melanoma Research Alliance supports CNIO research A consortium led by the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre’s researcher María S. Soengas...
First genetic factor in prostate cancer prognosis identified Basic Research
09.04.2013
Journal of Clinical Oncology. First genetic factor in prostate cancer prognosis identified Patients with prostate cancer and hereditary mutations in the BRCA2 gene have a worse prognosis and...
An international study identifies new DNA variants that increase the risk for breast, prostate and ovarian cancers Basic Research
27.03.2013
Nature Genetics. An international study identifies new DNA variants that increase the risk for breast, prostate and ovarian cancers The European Collaborative Oncological Gen-Environmental Study (COGS) project, whose main goal is to...
Basic Research
17.03.2013
Nature Genetics. Spanish researchers link cancer to failures in chromosome protection for the first time A study published today in the journal Nature Genetics explores a new mechanism that may contribute...
Basic Research
05.03.2013
Nature Reviews Genetics. Molecular coordination in evolution: A review in ‘Nature Reviews Genetics’ Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) researchers Alfonso Valencia, Director of the...
The CNIO participated in a study, published in ‘Cell’, that describes a new mechanism that contributes to the evolution of cancer Basic Research
31.01.2013
Cell. The CNIO participated in a study, published in ‘Cell’, that describes a new mechanism that contributes to the evolution of cancer Cancer arises from the accumulation of mutations and structural changes in chromosomes, which in...
The new age of proteomics: an integrative vision of the cellular world Basic Research
17.01.2013
Nature Review Genetics. The new age of proteomics: an integrative vision of the cellular world The enormous complexity of biological processes requires the use of high-performance technologies...

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