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28
Nov
Image 1. Mitotic spindles with microtubules (red) attached to chromosomes (blue) during cell division. Cells with normal TTLL11 function (right) have normal rates of microtubule polyglutamylation (green) while cells without TTLL11 (left) are unmodified. Isabelle Vernos

The enzyme’s activity was found to be compromised in human cancer cells

24
Nov

Luciano Di Croce and Isabelle Vernos will identify and validate new therapeutics targets for breast cancer and midline gliomas

23
Nov

Visit aimed to foster collaboration between pharma companies and research centres

22
Nov

Lars Velten and Arnau Sebe Pedros have been recognised by the prestigious organisation

27
Oct
Image of a mouse pancreatic islet, regions in the pancreas that contain beta cells which secret insulin. The HASTER regulatory element has been knocked out in this mouse, resulting in changes to beta cell function that cause diabetes. Credit: Miguel A Garriga/

Studying noncoding RNAs opens new avenues to understand human disease 

25
Oct
The success of the start-up highlights the CRG's commitment to technology transfer and investment in the economy
19
Oct

The findings pave the way for the development of routine medical tests that predict the onset of the disease before symptoms appear

13
Oct

New genome imaging technique is “like upgrading from the Hubble to the James Webb” 

06
Oct

The grant will help determine whether researchers can find new ways to treat an aggressive breast cancer

05
Oct

New initiative aims to make biology as engineerable as an aeroplane or a bridge 

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