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Los complejos I, III, y IV de la cadena de transporte electrónico mitocondrial se asocian formando grandes estructuras llamadas supercomplejos.  SCAF1 determina la asociación entre complejos de la cadena de transporte mitocondrial.
18 Oct 2022

A study, published in Nature Metabolism, is the first to demonstrate the key role played by mitochondria in adapting metabolism to different energy demands in humans

An optical section from a ventral view of a mouse embryo at embryonic day E8.0. The section is overlain with a cast of the three-dimensional shape of the forming heart (red) and the incipient circulatory system (purple).
17 May 2022

The 3D atlas has allowed the scientists to identify the beginning of left–right asymmetry in the heart

18 Apr 2022

The research will provide insights into the development of potential treatments for neurological diseases and obesity, among other human conditions

María García García, Miguel Ángel del Pozo Barriuso, Sara Sánchez Perales, Laura Sotodosos-Alonso, Enrique Calvo, Jesús Vázquez y Asier Echarri
3 Mar 2022

Most biological processes require the import to the cell nucleus of key regulatory factors; one of the most important of these factors is the protein YAP

José Javier Fuster
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23 Feb 2022

Researchers from the CNIC and Columbia University (USA) review the role of acquired mutations and clonal hematopoiesis in cardiovascular disease

Miguel Palomino Segura, Georgiana Crainiciuc, Jon Sicilia y Andrés Hidalgo
5 Jan 2022

Scientists at the CNIC have developed a simple model for studying the behavior of immune cells in live animals and have identified a harmful cell behavior pattern associated with cardiovascular disease

Almudena Ramiro
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15 Jun 2021

The team led by Dr Ramiro has identified a target protein for the diagnosis and treatment of vascular pathologies

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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

Skeletal staining of the inferior limb regions of normal embryos, embryos with a single Meis allele, and an embryo with complete absence of Meis. Embryos with a single copy of Meis lack the fibula and posterior digits (black arrow). Total absence of Meis prevents limb development (white arrow).
2 Jun 2021

The study, published in Nature Communications, reveals that Meis transcription factors are essential for the formation and antero-posterior patterning of the limbs during embryonic development 

Sara Martínez Martínez, María José Méndez Olivares, Álvaro Alfayate, , Andrea de la Fuente-Alonso,  Miguel R. Campanero, Juan Miguel Redondo y Jesús Vázquez.
11 May 2021

Scientists at the CNIC and CSIC have shown that elevated activity of proteins regulated by nitric oxide (NO) causes the aortic disease seen in Marfan Syndrome patients