BCN, 5 Feb 2020.- Spain’s contribution to the project involved sequencing 95 primary tumours of chronic lymphatic leukaemia in the Centro Nacional de Análisis Genómico (CNAG-CRG), part of the Centre for Genomic Regulation.   Scientists previously...
BCN, 29 January 2020.- Today the Spanish Minister of Science and Innovation visited the Centro Nacional de Anñalisis Genómico (CNAG-CRG), a centre that forms part of the Centre for Genomic Regulation in Barcelona. The minister toured the facilities to learn first-hand about its world-class...
BCN, 19 December 2019.- Based on the largest study of cancer patients of its kind, scientists have created a new way of classifying tumours. Clinicians can use genome sequencing to assign their patients’ tumours to one of sixteen groups in the new classification system, ten of which provide...
Granada/Spain, 29 Oct, 2019 – Autoimmune, inflammatory and allergic diseases are common chronic diseases that significantly affect the wellbeing of millions of people around the globe and pose a substantial burden to healthcare systems. While different treatments are available, response and disease...
BCN, 10 July, 2019.- The code of life (genome) is not just a linear sequence of letters, but is also folded (compartmentalised) into a specifically tailored chromatin structure within the cell nuclei. This three-dimensional genomic structure is fundamental, given that it determines which genes “...
BCN, 21 June, 2019.- The Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI), generously supported by Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan, is announcing today further contributions to the Human Cell Atlas (HCA) project. Following up on their support for...

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