APL is an aggressive type of blood cancer that is responsible for 5-15% of all types of leukaemia
Study finds evidence that the regulation of alternative splicing, which rarely goes wrong in healthy cells, goes haywire in an unexpected place.
First maps of allosteric sites on human proteins could lead to safer, smarter and more effective medicines.
The CRG, alongside all other CERCA centres, part of the research ecosystem of the Generalitat de Catalunya, express solidarity with Ukraine.
Fusing human retinal cells with adult stem cells could be a potential therapeutic strategy to treat visual impairment
Findings in study in eLife pinpoint to new diagnostic tools
Treating diabetes patients with these cells is “no longer in the realms of science fiction”
We higlight the work the CNAG-CRG is carrying out to find a diagnosis for rare diseases
Collaboration aims to evolve precision medicine with cell-specific delivery of gene therapy