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Mª Ángeles Zuriaga, Mirian Díez, Fátima Sánchez-Cabo, Ana Dopazo, José Javier Fuster, Ana Quintas y Jorge de la Barrera.
5 Apr 2021

The study, carried out at the Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares (CNIC) and the Hospital Universitario Virgen de Arrixaca in Murcia, establishes clonal hematopoiesis as a new cardiovascular risk factor and an important link between aging and cardiovascular disease

Manuel José Gómez, Ester Marina-Zárate, Almudena Ramiro, Ana Dopazo, Irene Fernández-Delgado, Francisco Sánchez-Madrid y Diego Calzada-Fraile
3 Feb 2021

Researchers at the CNIC have discovered that dendritic cells, which initiate specific immune responses, can reprogram their genes to improve their immune response

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

27 Oct 2020

The finding provides a basis for mitigating the loss of muscle regenerative capacity in very elderly people.

22 Oct 2020

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

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.

17 Sep 2020

The results published in Nature Metabolism could be useful to design new treatments for the obese and overweight, and for some associated pathologies, including fatty liver disease and type 2 diabetes

16 Sep 2020

The study published in Cell shows that macrophages, a type of immune cell, help cardiac cells to get rid of their waste material, and that this maintains the metabolic and contractile properties of the heart

30 Jul 2020

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

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

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