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CNIO researchers describe new functions of protein that plays key role in some tumours and rare diseases
Cohesin is a protein complex that is essential for chromosome segregation in dividing cells. Recent...
CNIO researchers discover a new way to protect against high-dose radiation damage
Radiotherapy, a common treatment for cancer, is one of the most effective ways to destroy cancer...
CNIO participates in an international study identifying hnRNP K as novel oncogene for most common types of blood cancer
Miguel Gallardo, researcher and coordinator of the H12O-CNIO Haematological Malignancies Clinical...
CNIO team describes the ‘energy engine’ mechanism of essential protein that mediates a variety of processes in cancer cells
Proteins are sometimes described as the building blocks of life; inside cells proteins associate...
CNIO researchers succeed at removing some types of pancreatic cancer in animal models
Researchers from the Experimental Oncology Group, led by Mariano Barbacid at the Spanish National...
An international study co-led by CNIO identifies a ‘sensor’ that activates cell migration
The cytoskeleton is a structure that not only helps cells maintain their shape and internal...
Researchers from the CNIO and the Hospital 12 de Octubre make sense out of the chaos of melanoma
Unlike other skin cancers – and without knowing really why – melanoma is one of the most...
Journal of Clinical Investigation.
CNIO finds the origin of a type of thrombocytopenia caused by an oncogene
The Cell Division and Cancer Group of the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) has...
Nucleic Acids Research.
An international team led by the CNIO reveals that human genome could contain up to 20% fewer genes
A new study led by the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) reveals that up to 20% of...
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