Research News

<p>The MEL-28 protein ensures that a dividing cell maintains a proper nuclear structure.<br /></p>
5 Sep 2006

MEL-28 ensures that a dividing cell maintains a proper nuclear structure. The work appears in this week's issue of Current Biology.

<p>Cells in the epithelial sheet begin to invaginate in order to initiate the development of the tracheal tube of <i>Drosophila</i></p>
12 Jul 2006

The regulation of cell behaviour is fundamental to our understanding of the development of organisms and the pathology of many diseases.

<p>The protein acts as a commuter when it binds to the DNA, thereby regulating gene expression</p>
10 May 2006

IRB Barcelona researcher Miquel Coll has published the study in Molecular Cell

<p>Drosophila Melanogaster - IRB Barcelona</p>
8 May 2006

The fair, organized by the PCB, presents the research projects currently performed by several R+D institutes in Barcelona

29 Mar 2006

The principal investigators of this study, Eduardo Soriano, at the IRB Barcelona, and Javier Sáez-Valero, at the Instituto de Neurociencias de Alicante, publish their findings in the journal “Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences” (PNAS).

24 Mar 2006

In the leading edge section of Cell, C. Gonzalez (IRB Barcelona) and A. Wodarz (CMPB, Germany) review the latest articles providing new insight into the mechanisms by which loss of polarity in stem cell may lead to tumourigenesis.

<p>The drug locates into the centre of the DNA structure</p>
20 Mar 2006

The study is presented on the cover of the leading chemistry journal Angewandte Chemie

<p>(c)EMBL. Left: Normal dividing neuroblasts create a large new cell and a smaller cell destined to become part of a nerve. Right: If molecules aren't put in the right places, this asymmetric division doesn't occur and a tumor develops.</p>
5 Sep 2005

The results from this research have been published in the 4 September online edition of the scientific journal Nature Genetics.

23 Jun 2005

A study on the development of colorectal cancer shows that the activity of several receptors of the Eph family prevents the further expansion and malignant progression of benign lesions