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Dr. José María Mendiguren, Director de Servicios Médicos de Banco Santander, Leticia Fernández-Friera, cardióloga del CNIC y del Hospital Universitario HM Montepríncipe, y Dr. Valentín Fuster, Director del CNIC.
Research
26 Mar 2019

The results, published in JACC, demonstrate the potential of this technology to generate images of the inflammation associated with systemic atherosclerosis; this information will be useful for the study of early stages of this disease and will help to identify individuals who will benefit from early medical intervention

Andrés Hidalgo y José María Adrover+
Research
30 Jan 2019

Neutrophils are the body’s main line of defense, but their action can also damage healthy cells in the cardiovascular system

Annalaura Mastrangelo, David Sancho, Salvado Iborra, María Martínez-López y Ruth Conde Garrosa.
Research
30 Jan 2019

The study, published in Immunity, shows that some intestinal bacteria, such as Lactobacillus, strengthen the intestinal barrier by interacting with an immune cell receptor called Mincle (Clec4e)

From left to right: David Sancho, Carlos del Fresno, Paula Saz, and Sarai Martínez Cano.
Research
19 Oct 2018

CNIC researchers have discovered a new inflammatory control mechanism that paves the way to controlling injury generated during the immune response

From left to right: Andrés Hidalgo, Maria Sánchez, Andrea Rubio, Francisco Mayo, Iván Ballesteros, Alejandra Aroca, Georgiana Crainiciuc, Sandra Martín, Juan Quintana, José María Adrover, Itziar Cossío, and Angel Nicolás.
Research
10 Oct 2018

CNIC researchers have discovered that the immune system is important not only in the defense against disease but also for the day-to-day function of a healthy organism

About the CNIC
21 Mar 2018

The OTRIs are intermediaries in the science-technology-enterprise system, and their mission is to boost relations among the agents of the system

De izda. a dcha: Almudena Ramiro, Virginia García de Yébenes, Ángel Alvarez-Prado, Carlos Torroja y Alberto Benguria.
Research
1 Feb 2018

The researchers have identified a collection of almost 300 genes mutated by AID, with some of the mutations found recurrently in human tumors and lymphomas


From left to right. Cristina Clavería, Daniel Jimenez-Carretero, Laura Fernandez de Manuel, Covadonga Díaz-Díaz, María Montoya y Miguel Torres.
Research
26 Sep 2017

This control mechanism is important for pluripotency in the development of mammalian embryos