Researchers at IRB Barcelona have discovered this with the human cytomegalovirus, the most deadly and widespread herpesvirus and the cause of serious defects in neonates.
The prediction of the structure and function of biological macromolecules (i.e., the machinery of life) is of foremost importance in the field of structural biology.
A study performed by Xavier Salvatella’s lab indicates that the toxicity of amyloid aggregates depends on their structural properties.
During July, Angel R. Nebreda (Benavente, 1961) will be preparing his 166 m2- cancer lab at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona). After six years at the Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Oncológicas (CNIO) (Spanish National Cancer Research Centre) in Madrid, Nebreda and his team have moved to the capital of Catalonia to join the Oncology programme, in which they will set up the “Signalling and Cell Cycle” lab, the fourth at IRB Barcelona devoted exclusively to cancer.
“We are very interested in colon and breast cancer and studies on metastasis, a field of investigation that is linked to the interests of the centre and of its group of experts, who include...
Today the Social Programme of "la Caixa" has held a ceremony in the CaixaForum Madrid to award the 41 grants corresponding to the second edition of the International PhD Programme in Biomedicine. This doctoral programme is aimed a young talented scientists worldwide in four of the biomedical research centres of reference in Spain: the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona), the Center for Genomic Regulation, the Spanish National Cancer Centre, and the Spanish National Center of Biotechnology.
This doctoral programme is aimed a young talented scientists worldwide in four of the biomedical research centres of reference in Spain....
From 27 June to 2 July, five young scientists at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona) are to attend the 60th Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau, Germany.
His studies address the initiation and progression of colon cancer, one of the tumours with greatest incidence worldwide.
A group of researchers discover a mechanism based on two proteins that regulate the microtubule network formation in embryonic cells.
Microtubules are like internal cellular transport networks and are fundamental for processes such as the secretion of substances, and cell movement and morphology.
This is a key process to understand gene activity and DNA replication, and to design drugs to modulate them in the future.
The international conference “Towards personalized cancer medicine”, the XI Symposium of the “Fundació La Marató de TV3”, and the first “Talència Divulga” Award are held coordinately in Barcelona this week.