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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

Prof. Eldad Tzahor
Research
18 Oct 2018

Professor Eldad Tzahor, Director of the Cellular and Molecular Biology Laboratory at the Weizmann Institute of Science, in Rehovo (Israel).


De izda. a dcha.: José Antonio Enriquez, María del Mar Muñoz, Fátima Sánchez-Cabo, Luis Jesús Jiménez-Borreguero, Rocío Nieto-Arellano, Andrés González-Guerra, Carlos Torroja, José María Castellanos, y Concepción Jiménez.
Research
3 Apr 2018

The study is published in Science Translational Medicine and was conducted by researchers at the Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares Carlos III (CNIC)

About the CNIC
26 Feb 2018

The Pro CNIC Foundation, presided by Luis de Carlos Beltran, demonstrates in this way once again, the great commitment of the companies that comprise it

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

Jesús Vázquez, María Villalba, Sara Cogliati, Marina López, Paula Ortiz, José Antonio Enriquez, Laura Padrón, Elena Bonzón y Enrique Lara.
Research
6 Feb 2018

The calcineurin variant CnAβ1 redirects glucose metabolism to increase production of antioxidant compounds, reducing cardiac hypertrophy and improving heart function

 

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

Dra. Silvia Martín-Puig y Dr. Miguel Torres
About the CNIC
13 Dec 2017

The project has been set up to examine how and why the capacity to develop new cardiac cells and repair the heart after an acute injury is lost with growth