Results about: developmental biology
Developmental biology offers the key to finding solutions for paediatric cancer, metastasis, and regeneration
From today and until Wednesday, 150 scientists from around the world will debate plasticity and cell migration in the new gathering in the Barcelona Biomed Conference Series, organised by IRB Barcelona and the BBVA Foundation.
The 28th conference in this series brings together biologists devoted to the study of development in animal models, specialists in cancer, and paediatricians.
Researchers at IRB Barcelona and CSIC discover a mechanism through which the cells of an organism interact with their extracellular matrix
Scientists shed light on how cells with an incorrect number of chromosomes lead to tumour development
Aneuploid cells—that is to say those with an abnormal number of chromosomes—are found in most human tumours.
A study conducted at IRB Barcelona on the fly Drosophila reveals how surviving aneuploid cells favour tumour development.
The study by Sofia J. Araújo sheds light on the fields of development, wound healing, angiogenesis, and tumour invasion, processes in which cell migration is crucial.
Using Drosophila melanogaster, researchers at IRB Barcelona discover that during multiple cell migrations a single cell can act as leader, dragging the others with it.
A team at IRB Barcelona identifies an essential protein for embryonic viability during the first cell divisions in the fly Drosophila.
This protein, called dBigH1, which is a variant of histone 1, could also be associated with fertility issues.