The CNAG-CRG participates in the European Genomic Data Infrastructure project, which aims at enabling secure access to human genomics and...
Colorectal cancer organoid with residual cells responsible for relapse marked in red. (IRB Barcelona)
Researchers at CNAG-CRG contribute to the discovery of the population of residual tumour cells responsible for the recurrence of colorectal...
Researchers from the Biomedical Genomics group participate in a study proposing a set of conditions that could act as a starting point for...
Researchers at CNAG-CRG and IRB Barcelona put together a set of guidelines for managing collaboration in large international groups of...
The CNAG-CRG has developed a method to enrich, multiplex and sequence at high coverage, full-length the human mitochondrial genome using...
The CNAG-CRG participates in a study that changes the view of leukaemia’s progression, opening the door to diagnosing the condition earlier...