Newly transcribed RNA molecules are regulated in a more fine and precise way than previously thought
This is the first time researchers have characterised the landscape of what are known as third-order interactions in cancer
The atlas can aid efforts to predict the immunotherapy response and prognosis of cancer in patients
The programme supports researchers with an excellent track record in the life sciences
Study reveals new markers that could improve the diagnostic capacities in hospitals
Partnership aims to make new drugs that respond to unmet clinical needs
The guidelines mark the CRG’s commitment for the use of gender-inclusive language in its written and spoken communications.
Experimental treatment dissolves antibiotic-resistant biofilms in mice
"Unprecedented" exercise in Spain has contributed to CRG's strategy
The Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) in Barcelona has today launched Europe’s first continent-wide PhD training programme for medical doctors.