The journal Nature has published the results of this study that describes the main characteristics of the genome of the cultivated tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) compared with two species of the same genus, the wild tomato (Solanum pimpinellifolium) and the potato (Solanum tuberosum).   With...
Research on the genome of leukemia involving the CNAG has been awarded as the most important scientific work of Spain in 2011. This prize is a joint initiative of the Grupo Godó and Catalunya Caixa. A scientific advisory committee selected eight candidates from which readers could vote as the most...
The Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) and the CNAG have signed a collaboration agreement with the aim of boosting research in the field of genomic analysis. This partnership provides the framework for collaboration in specific research projects and the promotion of research of interest to both...
With the establishment of this framework agreement, both institutions seek to promote, from a collaborative perspective, the development of genome research in Catalonia, consortium participation in competitive large-scale genome projects, dissemination of scientific advances as well as promotion of...
Recent technological advances allow us to analyse patients all the way down to their proteins and chemicals and their own DNA sequences in just a couple of hours. On the basis of these data, a physician will be able to use a computer to quickly suggest individual advice or therapy: which drugs,...
Next generation sequencing (NGS) allows investigation of populations on a genomic scale, thus facilitating the transition from single marker studies to population genomics.
Sequencing pools of individuals (Pool-seq) is a cost effective alternative to sequencing individuals separately that...

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