Experts advance in 3D imaging to get to underlying cause of diseases

<p>In the image, simulation of a chromatin fiber (MuG consortium)</p>

In the image, simulation of a chromatin fiber (MuG consortium)


Various media, including El Progreso, the Diario de Pontevedra and Biotech Spain, have echoed the Barcelona Biomed Conference. From November 13 to 15, more than twenty experts shared the advances made in 3D genomics, a field that is expected/has the capacity to unravel the underlying causes of many diseases. Modesto Orozco, leader of the Molecular Modelling and Bioinformatics group at IRB Barcelona, was a co-organiser of the event.

Link to Biotech Spain