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Imagen de histología que muestra la comparación del tamaño del corazón de un ratón normal (izquierda) y un ratón deficiente para la proteína MKK6 (derecha).
Research
9 Aug 2022

A new study published in eLife shows that inhibition of p38γ/δ is a potential therapeutic strategy for the treatment of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, but that this strategy has yet to be explored because of the lack of specific inhibitors for these p38 family members

Dra. Sabio
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17 Jun 2021

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

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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


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


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

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18 Sep 2019

Dra. Ivana Nikolić studies the role of T cells in the development of diseases associated with obesity

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

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1 Oct 2018

The Fundación AstraZeneca young researcher awards were created to give scientists the opportunities they deserve

 From left to right, front row: Marta Pulgarín Alfaro, Magdalena Leiva, Nuria Matesanz, Ivana Nikolic, Guadalupe Sabio; second row: Leticia Herrera Melle, Elena Rodríguez, Elena Martín García, Ayelén Santamans, Mª Valle Montalvo, Alfonso Mora, and José Antonio Enríquez.
Research
19 Jul 2018

CNIC researchers have uncovered the mechanism by which brown fat cells are activated to generate heat and eliminate excess fatsa