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Una cámara térmica muestra el efecto de la IL-12 sobre la grasa parda en ratón.
Research
9 Jun 2022

A study published in Hepatology demonstrates that the activation of thermogenesis in the livers of obese mice contributes to weight loss and improves diabetes symptoms

Imagen
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29 Jun 2021

 Over one million European cancer patients suffer from side effects to chemotherapy

Dra. Sabio
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17 Jun 2021

The jury acknowledged this CNIC researcher's contribution to understanding why obesity causes cardiometabolic diseases.

Borja Ibáñez
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10 Jun 2021

The €35,000 awarded by the foundation in each category is for research that deepens knowledge of the relationship between nutrition, food and health

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9 Jun 2021

The study, published in Nature in 2019, revealed relevant data about the involvement of the protein p38gamma in the development of the main type of primary liver cancer, which affects over a million people a year worldwide


David Sancho, Carlos del Fresno, Elena Hernández-García, Manuel José Gómez, Francisco Javier Cueto, Salvador Iborra y Paola Brandi.
Research
14 May 2021

Scientists at the Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares (CNIC) have designed a new strategy to potentiate immunotherapy, the treatment that has revolutionized cancer management

Marta Amorós Pérez, Virginia Zorita, Nuria Matesanz, Marian Zuriaga y José Javier Fuster.
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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

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

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

Luis Leiva-Vega, Juan Antonio Bernal, Marta Roche-Molina, Ayelén M. Santamans, Valle Montalvo-Romeral, Aránzazu Pintor-Chocano, Rafael Romero-Becerra, Ainoa Caballero, Alfonso Mora, Guadalupe Sabio, Antonia Tomás-Loba, Marta León, Elena Rodríguez, Juan Antonio López, Jesús Vázquez.
Research
11 Apr 2019

CNIC scientists have shown for the first time that a protein related to cell stress also regulates cell division