New research at Malhotra lab reveals how cells control quantities of mucin released and could become a new avenue to treat several mucin-related diseases.
The CRG participates in the CINECA project, which will unite more than a million human data sets from across Africa, Canada and Europe.
The CRG will take part in the Barcelona Biennial of Science to get in touch with citizens again, while contributing to the open discussion on science and its relationship with society.
By combining deep learning algorithms and statistical methods, researchers have identified, in the genome of Asiatic individuals, the footprint of a new hominid who cross bred with its ancestors...
Researchers at CNAG-CRG take part in the LifeTime consortium, which aims at understanding the constant changes within cells and their relationship to disease
The CRG takes part in a new EU consortium aimed at providing access to proteomics facilities throughout Europe and at improving proteomics technology.
CRG researchers have discovered a new mechanism controlling the expression of a set of genes important for cell proliferation and tumour progression.
European scientists coordinated by Mara Dierssen have launched a research programme, which aims to identify common causes of dementia in Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease and Down Syndrome...
Researchers discover the genes and regulatory elements of their expression that are required during the process of tissue and organ regeneration in the fruit fly.
Two CRG group leaders are among the most highly cited researchers in the world, according to the list established by Clarivate Analytics.