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Dr. Pablo García-Pavía y Dr. Jesús Gonzalez Mirelis, codirectores del trabajo.
Research
22 Jul 2022

Genetic screening combined with the detection of fibrosis identifies patients at risk of malignant arrhythmias or developing heart failure with severe complications


Enrique Calvo, Jesús Vázquez, Álvaro Alfayate, Estefanía Núñez y José Luis Martín Ventura.
Research
28 Mar 2022

A study published in the journal eBiomedicine identifies new biomarkers that predict the presence of subclinical atherosclerosis

Álvaro Macías, Jesús Vázquez, Pilar Gonzalo, Carla Espinós, Beatriz Dorado, Emilio Camafeita, Vicente Andrés, María J Andrés, Cristina González, Amanda Sánchez, Víctor Fanjul.
Research
26 Oct 2021

Scientists from the CNIC and the CIBERCV have generated the first experimental animal model that develops Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria Syndrome and allows its controlled reversal


Dr. Jorge Alegre Cebollada
About the CNIC
10 Jun 2021

The principal aim of the AJE, the Spanish Young Academy, is to represent and give a voice to young scientists

Jesús Vázquez, Jacob Fog Bentzon, Emilio Camafeita y Esmeralda Lewis.
About the CNIC
13 Apr 2021

The new insight supports the need to keep both LDL cholesterol and blood pressure low throughout life by healthy diet choices, weight control, exercise, and, when needed, by drug therapy

About the CNIC
10 Dec 2020

'ProtMechanics-Live' is based on unique expertise in protein mechanics and engineering, biophysics, biochemistry and cardiovascular biology and will allow to investigate protein mechanics for the first time in its functionally relevant physiological context

About the CNIC
10 Dec 2020

AngioUnrestUHD, will develop and apply new research tools and methods to advance knowledge about the biology of blood vessels in distinct physiological and pathological contexts

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
4 May 2020

The study shows that the replication of flu virus particles infecting the heart blocks the transmission of cardiac electrical impulses

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