Researchers at IRB Barcelona discover a mechanism responsible for the orientation of asymmetric division of neuroblasts.
Researchers at IRB Barcelona discover a new component required for the structural maintenance of the epithelium.
Researchers at IRB Barcelona refine the process to obtain “photographs” of highly dynamic proteins, an important step in drug design.
The same molecule is also involved in cancer and studies of its activity may provide new clues for the design of effective therapies.
A genetic variation in mitochondria, the energy-producing machinery of cells, prevents young obese subjects with diabetes type 2 to respond to physical exercise.
Scientists at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona) and CSIC report on the formation of the small-diameter respiratory tubes of the fly Drosophila, a process that resembles the development of the finest blood vessels, the capillaries, in mammals.
EMBO Reports selects a study by researchers at IRB Barcelona as the highlighted article of the week because of the relevance of autophagy in health.
The multiple conformations of G-protein offer new possibilities to develop specific drugs.
Scientists will use it to analyse the stress responses used by cells to solve genomic errors, and also to identify targets of therapeutic interest.
Researchers at IRB Barcelona describe a new mechanism that allows the segregation of nuclear and mitochondrial genetic codes in Trypanosoma.