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Marta Amorós Pérez, Virginia Zorita, Nuria Matesanz, Marian Zuriaga y José Javier Fuster.
About the CNIC
23 Dec 2020

The project will investigate the role of clonal hematopoiesis—the formation of mutated hematopoietic stem-cell clones promoted by anti-cancer therapies—in the development of atherosclerosis and associated cardiovascular disease

Irene Fernández-Nueda, Carlos Cerón y Marta Cortés-Canteli
About the CNIC
15 Dec 2020

The BioClotAD project, coordinated by CNIC scientist Dr Marta Cortés Canteli, has been selected by the EU Joint Programme – Neurodegenerative Disease Research (JPND)


De izda. a dcha.: Verónica Casquero, Sofía Sánchez, Irene García, Macarena Fernández, Wen Luo, Severin Muhleder, Lourdes García, Rui Benedito
Research
9 Dec 2020

Científicos del CNIC han descubierto un mecanismo celular y molecular que puede ayudar a promover la arterialización y perfusión en los tejidos que han sufrido una reducción del riego sanguíneo.

Jesús Vázquez, Almudena Ramiro, José Luis Martín Ventura, Inmaculada Martos Folgado, Cristina Lorenzo y Sonia Mur.
Research
2 Dec 2020

Un estudio que se publica en Nature muestra a la proteína mitocondrial ALDH4A1 como un nuevo autoantígeno implicado en los procesos de la aterosclerosis

Research
22 Oct 2020

CNIC scientists have discovered previously unsuspected actions of the immune system that help to maintain organ health

Research
16 Oct 2020

Scientists at the Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares (CNIC) review the roles of a groups of proteins called stress kinases in metabolism in an article published in Nature Reviews Endocrinology


Research
16 Oct 2020

Researchers of IDIBAPS, the University of Barcelona and CNIC describes a new mechanism of innate immunity by which cells fight viruses and bacteria.


Research
9 Oct 2020

CNIC scientists have defined the unique ability if metoprolol to protect the heart during a heart attack

Research
6 Oct 2020

CNIC scientists have shown that vigorous physical exercise is linked to "noncompaction" of the heart, causing it to acquire a spongy appearance.

Research
29 Sep 2020

The study, published in JACC, forms part of the PESA-CNIC-SANTANDER project, led by Dr Valentín Fuster