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Research
30 Jul 2020

CNIC study shows that selection between mitochondrial genomes depends on how each type of mitochondria affects cell metabolism

Research
30 Jul 2020

The study, published in Nature, shows that sodium controls hypoxic signaling in the mitochondrial respiratory chain

Alfonso Mora, María Elena Rodríguez Andrés, Guadalupe Sabio, Alejandro Rosell, Cintia Folgueira and Luis Leiva-Vega.
Research
30 Jun 2020

CNIC scientists have designed an animal model to study the development of liver cancer caused by bile acids

Research
25 Jun 2020

The regulatory protein SCAF1 enables mitochondria to adapt to the available nutrient source of sugars, fats, or proteins


Research
4 Jun 2020

Published in Science Advances, the study shows that malfunctioning of this system leads to congenital deformities

Research
29 May 2020

The researcher Alejandro Sánchez Alvarado is one of the greatest experts in the study of the mechanisms involved, cellular and biological, in regeneration in the planaria model

Research
28 Apr 2020

CNIC scientists, working with international partners, have developed a new experimental mouse model that allows them to study how cells sense, interpret, and generate mechanical forces

En la imagen se muestra con un asterisco la presencia de una placa de aterosclerosis avanzada en la carótida común detectada por la técnica de ecografía 3D que no llega a ocasionar una obstrucción significativa de la luz del vaso (es <50%). Se puede comprobar con precisión su extensión en las 3 dimensiones del espacio lo que nos permite detectar cambios en su volumen para determinar si existe un avance de la enfermedad.
Research
7 Apr 2020

A CNIC study published in JACC demonstrates that atheroma plaques extend rapidly in the arteries of asymptomatic individuals aged between 40 and 50 years participating in the PESA-CNIC-Santander study.

Microscopía confocal mostrando un macrófago peritoneal de un ratón deficiente en RXR, donde se observa un alto contenido de lípidos (verde) dentro de vesículas ácidas (rojo).
Research
3 Apr 2020

Published in Nature Communications, the study suggests that it may be possible to regulate the number and activity of these macrophages with drugs that modulate the nuclear receptor RXR

Imágenes de las coroides de ratones control (izquierda) y tras la eliminación de IHH de las células endoteliales (derecha), lo que resulta en una disminución del número de mastocitos (puntos blancos).
Research
20 Mar 2020

Scientists at the CNIC and Weill Cornell Medicine have identified an inflammatory regulatory circuit controlled by a subtype of endothelial cells in the eye