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: Blood vessel duplications in the inflamed intestinal mucosa of a mouse with colitis.
Research
3 Dec 2019

Scientists at the CNIC and CSIC have identified a function of a protease that could be the future target of drugs to treat inflammatory bowel disease

Research
31 Oct 2019

Dr. Miguel Torres, of the Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares (CNIC), leads a new project that will receive €8 million in funding over 5 years, €1,380,000 of which will be directly managed at the CNIC

About the CNIC
30 Oct 2019

One of the diseases most affected by aging is cardiovascular illness. In fact, it is already considered the most important risk factor for this disease


Rocío Sierra, José María Fernández-Toro, Cristina Clavería, Raquel Justo-Méndez, José Antonio Enríquez, Ana Victoria Lechuga-Vieco y Luis Miguel Criado.
Research
4 Oct 2019

CNIC researchers have defined the dynamics of  the transfer of mitochondrial DNA from mothers to their offspring

About the CNIC
18 Sep 2019

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

Atrial electroanatomic map of a pig with persistent AFib. The regions colored magenta, purple, and dark blue have high mean FM values. These regions maintain the AFib, and their ablation with a catheter stops the arrhythmia. The squares represent the sites of rotational activity, which are sensitive but not specific to the regions that maintain the fibrillation.
Research
12 Sep 2019

The new study was conducted by investigators at the CNIC, the Hospital Clínico San Carlos in Madrid, and the CiberCV research network and is featured on the cover of the latest edition of the journal Circulation Research

From left to right: Marta Román, Fernando Domínguez, Laura Padrón-Barthe, Pablo Garcia-Pavia, Giovanna Giovinazzo, Enrique Lara-Pezzi, Demetrio J. Santiago, Javier Larrasa-Alonso
Research
5 Sep 2019

Scientists at the Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares (CNIC) and Puerta de Hierro hospital in Majadahonda have found a possible treatment for this disease

SRSF3 expression in adult cardiomyocytes. Pink staining shows SRSF3 expression in cell nuclei, which are stained blue. Green staining shows the presence of troponin, a sarcomere protein expressed in cardiomyocytes.
Research
4 Jul 2019

A new study published in Circulation Research shows that loss of cardiac expression of SRSF3 leads to a critical reduction in the expression of genes related to contraction

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.