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CNIO researchers discover a new gene involved in obesity Basic Research
20.06.2013
Cell Reports. CNIO researchers discover a new gene involved in obesity The discovery of an unexpected function for a gene that was associated to another process in the...
Basic Research
18.06.2013
Cell. An article in ‘Cell’ reveals a new resistance mechanism to chemotherapy in breast and ovarian cancer It is estimated that between 5% and 10% of breast and ovarian cancers are familial in origin, which...
A set of structures to study the oncogenic potential of EGFR Basic Research
14.06.2013
PNAS. A set of structures to study the oncogenic potential of EGFR Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) researchers have used computational simulations to...
Basic Research
06.06.2013
Molecular Biology and Evolution. Tracking the evolutionary history of a cancer-related gene How and when evolution generates diversity or gives form to proteins, living beings’ functional...
Spanish researchers writing in ‘Cell’ describe the nine hallmarks of aging Basic Research
06.06.2013
Cell. Spanish researchers writing in ‘Cell’ describe the nine hallmarks of aging 'The Hallmarks of Aging' will serve as a benchmark for future research programs on the aging process
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...
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...

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