Friday, 22nd March 2019
El Centro de Biología Molecular Severo Ochoa acelera su investigación sobre enfermedades raras gracias a la supercomputación
Investigadores de la Universidad de Oxford, en colaboración con el grupo de Luis Carrasco y otros siete grupos europeos, han descubierto que la infección por virus causa una reconfiguración de las proteínas celulares implicadas en el metabolismo del ARN
Descubren una proteína clave en el desarrollo del autismo
Científicos generan por primera vez una leucemia humana de linfocitos T a partir de una célula sana
Ginés Morata nombrado miembro de la Academia Nacional de Ciencias de Estados Unidos
La Academia de Ciencias premia a Margarita Salas con la Medalla Echegaray
Agreement between the Spanish Niemann Pick Foundation and the Severo Ochoa Foundation to support research on Niemann Pick disease in the group of Dr. Lola Ledesma
Convenio entre RedELA, Red de enfermos de esclerosis lateral amiotrófica (ELA), la Fundación Severo Ochoa y el grupo de investigación del Dr. Luis Carrasco para continuar con el estudio sobre la etiología de la ELA
Ginés Morata, Foreign Member of the Royal Society of London
Convenio de colaboración entre el Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria Fundación Jiménez Díaz y la Fundación Severo Ochoa para realizar el proyecto “Endocórnea 2”
The NOVELREN-CM consortium is a program project dedicated to the study and treatment of chronic renal failure. It is funded by the Comunidad de Madrid
An H2020-MSCA-Innovative Training Network for 10 PhD students with research projects aimed at improving immune receptor function for their use in immunotherapy against cancer (H2020-MSCA-ITN GA 721358)
Training4CRM
European Training Network for cell-based Regenerative Medicine
CBMSO announces its participation in the European project METAFLUIDICS
Convenio de colaboración entre el CBMSO y la Fundación SEUR para promover el proyecto TAPONES PARA UNA NUEVA VIDA
Short videos
Answers to eight essential questions about our cells
Convenio de colaboración entre la Fundación Severo Ochoa y la Fundación Isabel Gemio para promover la investigación de enfermedades metabólicas hereditarias
Hotdrops
Ultrahigh-throughput platform for the screening of thermostable proteins by thermophillic in vitro transcription-translation and microfluidics
PrimPol
A new human primase/polymerase with a potential impact in aging
HOMIN
Host Microbe Interactions in Health and Disease: Interface with the Immune System
TerCel
Spanish cell therapy network

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Recent Publications

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

pdf flat small Regulatory Lymphoid and Myeloid Cells Determine the Cardiac Immunopathogenesis of Trypanosoma cruzi Infection

pdf flat small L-arginine supplementation reduces mortality and improves disease outcome in mice infected with Trypanosoma cruzi

pdf flat small Genome Sequence of Trypanosoma cruzi Strain Bug2148

pdf flat small A Disulfide Bond in the Membrane Protein IgaA Is Essential for Repression of the RcsCDB System

pdf flat small A Specialized Peptidoglycan Synthase Promotes Salmonella Cell Division inside Host Cells

 

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