23/03/2017
The Earth's human population is rapidly growing and the demand for vegetable and livestock production is increasing at the same rate. To overcome this situation a broad range of improvements in the global food supply chain is needed.   The CNAG takes part in genome sequencing and analysis...
19/05/2016
All living organisms live in or are ecosystems of individual cells that interact and adapt to the micro- and macro-environmental changes throughout their lives. They respond to their environment by progression towards next developmental stages, by evolutionary adaptation, by malignant growth or...
06/04/2016
On April 6, the CNAG organises the workshop Introduction to Genome Analysis to help collaborators get a better understanding and improve interpretation of genome data. This is the second edition of the workshops that the CNAG offers to current and prospective collaborators.The unprecedented advance...
29/10/2015
Over 30 million Europeans are affected by one of the known 7,000 rare diseases. Symptoms are usually chronic, degenerative and life-threatening; in fact, 30% of patients die before their 5th birthday and there is no effective treatment for the large majority of rare diseases.
Most rare...
17/07/2015
Infection with the factor CagA, which is translocated into host cells via the gastric bacterium Helicobacter pylori can cause chronic inflammation and is a major risk factor for gastric adenocarcinoma in humans. While the virulence pathogen’s type 4 secretion system, has been directly...
14/05/2015
The International Workshops on Genomic Epidemiology (formerly the Paris Workshops) are held every two years to introduce researchers to the advances that underpin large-scale genomic studies of diseases and other life sciences areas, particularly in the context of on-going research funded by the EU...

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