BCN, 19 Oct, 2020.- A new study from the CNAG-CRG and the CRG, the Developmental and Regulatory Genomics group at the MRC LMS and the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine in Germany, describes a new algorithm to compare the 3D genomes of cancer patients with that of a healthy reference....
BCN, 7 October, 2020.- Cancer is a disease caused by mutations that make cells lose their capacity to function normally and regulate their growth. Each tumour arises from specific mutations across distinct genomic regions. Scientists identify this genetic variation by comparing the genome of normal...
BCN, 25 Sept, 2020.- Age, sex, and the presence of previous pathologies are the main factors associated with a worse prognosis for COVID-19, but the causes that lead young people without comorbidities to develop severe forms of the disease are still unknown. In two articles published today in the...
Europe, 7 September 2020.- Hundreds of innovators, research pioneers, clinicians, industry leaders and policy makers from all around Europe are united by a vision of how to revolutionize healthcare. In two publications – a perspective article in the journal Nature and the LifeTime Strategic...
BCN, 3 September, 2020.- The Mediterranean Sea is not only recognized as a hotspot of biodiversity but also as a hotspot of climate change since its basin is warming faster than other ocean regions. In the past few decades, large scale mass mortality events linked to marine heat waves have been...
BCN, 27 July 2020.- Researchers from Harvard university, the CNAG-CRG and the CRG, describe the first technology able to visualize hundreds to potentially thousands of genes at the same time under the microscope. The tech images genomes more cheaply, more quickly and increases range of visibility...

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