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Cancers. A study by the CNIO Familial Cancer Unit helps identify a new candidate gene for breast cancer predisposition Hereditary and environmental factors are involved in breast cancer. Of the hereditary factors, nine...
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Treatment of pulmonary fibrosis should focus on the telomeres of the cells that regenerate the lungs, according to a new study by CNIO researchers Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis could become the first degenerative disease to be treated through the...
More than 250 people conduct experiments at CNIO’s “Festival of Science” held during European Researchers’ Night 2022 The first group of “scientists for a day” have already carried out their experiment. Excited and...
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Journal of Experimental Medicine. CNIO researchers discover key mechanisms to improve intestinal regeneration and alleviate the side effects of radiotherapy The intestine is very susceptible and is affected by the harsh conditions caused by DNA-altering...
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Molecular Cell. The structure of protein RAF1 revealed: a key step in the development of new drugs against lung cancer One of the main challenges in oncology is the development of drugs against KRAS oncogenes. These...
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EMBO Molecular Medicine. A ‘weak spot’ discovered that potentially makes multi-drug resistant tumors vulnerable One of the greatest challenges facing cancer researchers is to understand why some patients don’t...
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Journal of Advanced Research. CNIO researchers identify cryptic vulnerabilities in an oncoprotein that could be used in the development of novel anti-cancer drugs RET is a receptor protein with tyrosine kinase activity that can transfer a phosphate group from ATP...
Nature. New biomarkers unlock potential for more effective treatment of deadly cancers Researchers at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) and the Cancer Research UK...
Nature Medicine. CNIO researchers find a way to increase effectiveness of radiotherapy for brain metastasis A group of CNIO researchers headed by Manuel Valiente have found a new strategy that could be used...