The third edition of the CaixaImpulse, a programme run by the Banking Foundation La Caixa and Caixa Capital Risc that supports the development of bio-health projects, is to fund an immunotherapy pr
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Cell and Developmental Biology
Structural and Computational Biology
Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology
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News & Events
CaixaImpulse funds an IRB Barcelona immunotherapy project for head and neck cancers
Towards a deeper understanding of genome regulation
Researchers at IRB Barcelona discover a crucial gene involved in the development of the placenta
Excess muscle glycogen in mice impairs endurance exercise performance
20SepOh my, what big (and new) eyes you have!
13NovMultidimensional Genomics: The 3D/4D organization of chromatin
15NovENABLE Conference - The 1st European PhD and Postdoc Symposium
Translation regulation—the process by which the amount of protein synthesized from its messenger RNA (mRNA) is controlled—is a crucial step in establishing the degree of gene expression during even
The placenta, a transient organ that links the developing embryo to its mother, is responsible for nutrient, waste and gas exchange between the foetus and the mother.
In 2009, Usain Bolt set the world record in the 100-meter dash, thanks in large part to a carb called glycogen.