Luis Serrano, director of the Centre for Genomic Regulation, reflects on the International Women's Day
Investigators of the CRG discover that AHCY, a nutrient metabolism sensor protein, is a direct activator of the genes involved in the proliferation of embryo stem cells
CRG researchers have discovered that selenocysteine is also preserved in fungi, contrary to existing belief
Launch of SENET – the Sino-European Health NETworking Hub
The study shows that small changes in the expression of many genes correlate with physical and behavioural changes in the mice
The initiative is coordinated by Barcelona Supercomputing Center, the Centre for Genomic Regulation and IRB Barcelona
CRG investigators develop a technique to identify and classify proteins with less than 100 amino acids
New research reveals RNAs, which are crucial for cells to produce proteins, are also involved in protein aggregation, where proteins do not fold properly and ‘clump’ together into aggregates.
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.