09/03/2016
Noti Turbot sequencing_March2016
The turbot (Scophthalmus maximus), sequenced for the first time in Spain, has a much more refined visual system than other fish as it has evolved to adapt to the shortage of light of the seabed. In addition, the fat in the cell membranes is also double that of other species to withstand the low...
19/02/2016
Following the success of the first edition of the PhD programme for physicians - PhD4MD, an initiative created by the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG), the August Pi i...
17/02/2016
According to a this publication in Nature, modern humans and Neanderthals interbred tens of thousands of years before than what had been previously reported. Using several different methods of DNA analysis and a greater amount of Neanderthal genomes, an international research team has reaffirmed...
04/02/2016
Biologists have brought to light the operation of “chromatin remodellers”, key enzymes in cells. They have discovered how the genetic material, condensed in the nucleus of the cell, needs to be remodelled so that the cell machinery can access the genes. This work, coordinated by researchers from a...
22/01/2016
Since January 2016 the website of the MuG, the European three-dimensional (3D) genomics project entitled “Multi-scale complex genomics” with the participation of the CNAG-CRG, is available. In the website you can find detailed...
08/01/2016
Four of the CNAG-CRG PI’s (Ivo Gut, Simon Heath, Marc Martí-Renom & Tomàs Marquès-Bonet) are present on the top zone of the Ranking of Scientists in Spain that has been published by the Webometrics Ranking of World Universities...

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