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29
Nov

Study reveals new markers that could improve the diagnostic capacities in hospitals

26
Oct

Partnership aims to make new drugs that respond to unmet clinical needs

13
Oct
Gender-inclusive language

The guidelines mark the CRG’s commitment for the use of gender-inclusive language in its written and spoken communications.

06
Oct

Experimental treatment dissolves antibiotic-resistant biofilms in mice

29
Sep

"Unprecedented" exercise in Spain has contributed to CRG's strategy

13
Sep
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The Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) in Barcelona has today launched Europe’s first continent-wide PhD training programme for medical doctors.

09
Sep
Paolo Di Tommaso and Evan Floden

The funding was raised from Talis Capital, Speedinvest, BoxOne Ventures and a grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

02
Sep
Thomas Surrey

The American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) has recently presented Thomas Surrey within its cohort of 14 new Fellows for 2021.

31
Aug
Three-dimensional nuclear reconstruction of a PGP1 genome based on OligoFISSEQ data.

An $11.2-million five-year National Institutes of Health grant funds the new Center for Genome Imaging at Harvard Medical School in collaboration with Brown University, Baylor College of Medicine...

12
Aug
A cross-section of islets of Langerhans, a cluster of cells within the pancreas that are responsible for the production and release of hormones that regulate glucose levels. Insulin in beta cells is stained in cyan, cytokeratin 19 in ductal cells in green, red fluorescent protein in ductal cells in red and cell nuclei are blue. Credit: Miguel Angel Maestro/CRG

Knocking a gene out at the early embryonic stage resulted in doubling the number of insulin-producing cells.

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