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Rebeca Piñeiro, Joaquim Grego-Bessa, Vitor Samuel Leite, Luis luna-Zurita
Research
12 Nov 2021

A study published in Science Advances shows that the gene GPR126, while not required for the development of the heart, plays an essential role in the formation of the placenta, the gestational organ that nourishes the fetus

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).
Research
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 

Dr. Miguel Torres
About the CNIC
10 May 2021

Dr. Torres is a member of the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO). Dr. Miguel Torres’s scientific research focuses on the regulation of embryonic development and the formation and regeneration of organs.

Marta Amorós Pérez, Virginia Zorita, Nuria Matesanz, Marian Zuriaga y José Javier Fuster.
About the CNIC
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

Irene Fernández-Nueda, Carlos Cerón y Marta Cortés-Canteli
About the CNIC
15 Dec 2020

The BioClotAD project, coordinated by CNIC scientist Dr Marta Cortés Canteli, has been selected by the EU Joint Programme – Neurodegenerative Disease Research (JPND)


Research
3 Dec 2020

A new study published in  Science Advances identifies the role of the cytosolic chaperone protein CCT in the reorganization of the cytoskeleton during the formation of an immune synapse


Research
29 Sep 2020

The study, published in JACC, forms part of the PESA-CNIC-SANTANDER project, led by Dr Valentín Fuster

Research
4 Jun 2020

Published in Science Advances, the study shows that malfunctioning of this system leads to congenital deformities

Dr. Filip Swirski
About the CNIC
28 Feb 2020

Dr. Filip Swirski is associate professor at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital (USA) and one of the leading experts on the relationship between sleep and heart disease

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