A study performed in Barcelona has revealed a new method for protein tagging that preserves protein native functions and structure.
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Inntags: new tools for innocuous protein tagging
Tumour suppressor genes curb growth in neighbouring cells
Key protein in cilia assembly identified
The protein that keeps cells static is found to play a key role in cell movement
01SepCRAZY ABOUT BIOMEDICINE 2016
18SepDifferential ribosome codon reading, a novel tool to uncover tumor-specific vulnerability
21SepTop-Down Mass Spectrometry Meeting
The healthy development of an organism depends on its tissues and organs growing to the right size, stopping when they need to, and maintaining stability in their form and function.
The group led by ICREA Research Professor Cayetano Gonzalez at IRB Barcelona, in collaboration with the group of Professor Giuliano Callaini from the University of
The protein E-Cadherin (E-Cad) is a kind of adhesive that keeps cells tightly bound together, thus favouring the organisation of tissues and organs.
Speaker: Dr. Reuven Agami, Group Leader, Professor of Genetics and Pathology and Head of Division of Gene Regulation. The Netherlands Cancer Institute
An ambulance for the brain
An event hosted by the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona
100xCiencia - Communicating Frontier Science is a meeting between journalists, communicators and scientists from the 20 top research centres in Spain.
7-8 October, La Palma Island (Spain).