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Wednesday, 17th July 2019
Discovered a new therapeutic target for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease
La investigadora del CSIC Margarita Salas recibe el Premio Inventor Europeo 2019 por su trayectoria científica innovadora en genética y biología molecular
Crisanto Gutierrez has been awarded the ERC Advanced Grant PLANTGROWTH: exploiting genome replication to design improved plant growth strategies
Científicos del CBMSO demuestran que el nacimiento de nuevas neuronas en el hipocampo tiene lugar hasta la novena década de la vida en el ser humano. Dicho proceso de generación de nuevas neuronas se encuentra dañado en pacientes con enfermedad de Alzheimer
Un estudio realizado por Marta Navarrete y col. en el laboratorio de José A. Esteban revela que los astrocitos debilitan las conexiones sinápticas entre neuronas para el borrado de memorias en el cerebro

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Representative Publications

Recent Publications

pdf flat small Astrocytic p38α MAPK drives NMDA receptor-dependent long-term depression and modulates long-term memory

pdf flat small A specific isoform of Pyd/ZO-1 mediates junctional remodeling and formation of slit diaphragms

pdf flat small Bacterial Ligase D preternary-precatalytic complex performs efficient abasic sites processing at double strand breaks during nonhomologous end joining

pdf flat small Complete assembly of the Leishmania donovani (HU3 strain) genome and transcriptome annotation

pdf flat small Insights into ligand binding by a viral tumor necrosis factor (TNF) decoy receptor yield a selective soluble human type 2 TNF receptor

pdf flat small How many cadherins do human endothelial cells express?

pdf flat small A Heterologous Cell Model for Studying the Role of T-Cell Intracellular Antigen 1 in Welander Distal Myopathy

pdf flat small Extracellular Vesicles in Herpes Viral Spread and Immune Evasion

pdf flat small Genomic assemblies of newly sequenced Trypanosoma cruzi strains reveal new genomic expansion and greater complexity

pdf flat small Tetraspanins, Another Piece in the HIV-1 Replication Puzzle

pdf flat small Different mitochondrial genetic defects exhibit the same protein signature of metabolism in skeletal muscle of PEO and MELAS patients: A role for oxidative stress

pdf flat small Dynamic regulation of NOTCH1 activation and Notch ligand expression in human thymus development

pdf flat small Antigen phagocytosis by B cells is required for a potent humoral response

pdf flat small Enhancement of collagen deposition and cross-linking by coupling lysyl oxidase with bone morphogenetic protein-1 and its application in tissue engineering

pdf flat small Dynamic regulation of NOTCH1 activation and Notch ligand expression in human thymus development

pdf flat small R-Ras1 and R-Ras2 Are Essential for Oligodendrocyte Differentiation and Survival for Correct Myelination in the Central Nervous System

pdf flat small The NOTCH1/CD44 axis drives pathogenesis in a T cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia model

pdf flat small Chemokines cooperate with TNF to provide protective anti-viral immunity and to enhance inflammation

pdf flat small Chromatin conformation regulates the coordination between DNA replication and transcription

pdf flat small The Zn-finger domain of human PrimPol is required to stabilize the initiating nucleotide during DNA priming

 

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