A study performed in Barcelona has revealed a new method for protein tagging that preserves protein native functions and structure.
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Raúl Méndez, ICREA researcher and group leader of the Translational Control of Cell Cycle and Differentiation Laboratory at IRB Barcelona, has participated in a study led by Marcos Malumbres, from
The journal Nature Middle East has interviewed Modesto Orozco, group leader at IRB Barcelona, Director of Life Sciences at the BSC-CNS, and Professor at the UB.
Various media, including the newspaper “El Punt Avui”, have echoed the study published in PLoS Biology by Marco Milán, ICREA researcher and group leader of the Development and Gro
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