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Andrés Hidalgo, Jose María Adrover y Alejandra Aroca
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


De izda. a dcha.: Asier Echarri, Miguel Ángel del Pozo, Diana Velázquez, Carla Huerta, Sara Sánchez, María García, Raffaele Strippoli, Enrique Calvo, Jorge Alegre-Cebollada.
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

Andrés Hidalgo
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


Rui Benedito, Macarena Fernández Chacón, Verónica Casquero García, Federica Lunella y Wen Luo.
Research
22 May 2019

CNIC scientists have developed a new genetic tool that significantly facilitates the study of gene function in physiological conditions and disease.

About the CNIC
6 May 2019

Image: In the picture, individual endothelial cells have different fluorescent barcodes and mitogenic stimulations, allowing the non-invasive fate-mapping of their proliferative and migratory behaviours over time.

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

Research
16 Nov 2018

The study results, published in the journal Nature Communications, identify several proteins implicated in this disease

De izquierda a derecha, Emilio Camafeita, Vanessa Núñez, Cristina Clemente, Alicia G. Arroyo, Laura Alonso-Herranz, Cristina Rius y Vicente Andrés.
Research
2 Mar 2018

The study, published in Nature Communications, shows that blockade of the protease MT4-MMP increases the activity of blood-patrolling monocytes in the circulation.


Héctor Sánchez Iranzo, Andrés Sanz Morejón, María Galardi Castilla y Nadia Mercader Huber.
Research
8 Feb 2018

A new study published in Nature Communications describes a high level of plasticity among different cell populations in the regenerating zebrafish heart

Dr. Alegre-Cebollada (center), Prof. Julio Fernández (left), and study author Carmen Badilla (right).
Research
12 Jan 2018

Scientists at the CNIC and Columbia University have identified a new mechanism regulating the elasticity of titin, a protein with important roles in the function of skeletal and heart muscle