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Basic Research
20.11.2013
Nature Structural and Molecular Biology. Spanish scientists identify a new ancestral enzyme that facilitates DNA repair Every day, the human body produces new cells to regenerate tissues and repair those that have...
Basic Research
18.11.2013
Biology Open. A CNIO study recreates the history of life through the genome One of the most important processes in the life of cells is genome replication, which consists of...
Basic Research
14.11.2013
Cell. A CNIO team discovers that senescence also plays a role in embryo development One of the main mechanisms the body uses to protect itself against cancer is to switch off defective...
Basic Research
08.11.2013
The Journal of Clinical Investigation. CNIO scientists decipher how the immune system induces liver damage during hepatitis Viral infections are the primary cause of liver inflammation or hepatitis, affecting hundreds of...
A new enzyme capable of replicating damaged DNA chains discovered Basic Research
25.10.2013
Molecular Cell. A new enzyme capable of replicating damaged DNA chains discovered An international study led by Luis Blanco, from the Spanish National Scientific Research Council...
CNIO researchers discover new genetic errors that could cause one of the most deadly leukaemias Basic Research
23.10.2013
Leukemia. CNIO researchers discover new genetic errors that could cause one of the most deadly leukaemias Acute dendritic leukaemia is a rare type of leukaemia, but one with the worst prognosis—the...
Basic Research
18.10.2013
The EMBO Journal. CNIO researchers delve into the behaviour of cohesins The conclusions of the study are published today in 'The EMBO Journal'
Basic Research
14.10.2013
Nature Genetics. Spanish researchers sequence non-infiltrating bladder cancer exome The results are published today in the journal Nature Genetics
CNIO researchers discover a new regulator of drug detoxication Basic Research
11.10.2013
Hepatology. CNIO researchers discover a new regulator of drug detoxication Drug abuse and alcohol are some of the most frequent causes of liver damage, particularly in...

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