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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
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

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

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

Research
14 Jan 2020

The newly identified immune control system is located within one of the most important cell types of the immune system, the neutrophil


Research
10 Jan 2020

The international team led by CNIC researchers Drs Miguel Torres and Ghislaine Lioux found that the cardiac lymphatic vasculature does not have a single origin, but is instead formed by cells originating in a variety of tissues

Research
20 Dec 2019

CNIC scientists have identified the molecular mechanisms that allow our cells to adapt to, protect themselves against, and survive mechanical stress

Research
10 Dec 2019

The NeutroCure project focuses on reactive oxygen species (ROS), which play central roles in healthy animals, such as redox signalling to regulate cell growth


About the CNIC
30 Oct 2019

The project aims to study how certain mutations acquired in blood cells and traditionally associated with a high risk of developing leukemia can also contribute to the development of cardiovascular disease and become a new and independent cardiovascular risk factor to classical factors