Research
25 May 2017
The space experiment “Seedling Growth-3” will be shipped to the International Space Station (ISS) as a payload of the ISS resupply mission SpaceX-11, which will be launched from Cape Canaveral (Florida, USA) next 1st June 2017
Research
23 May 2017
This complex, an essential cytoplasmic chaperone involved in cytoskeleton integrity, plays a key nuclear role in response to adverse environmental conditions
Research
19 May 2017
The main intermediates forming the evolutionary pathway have been reconstructed and resurrected.
Research
04 May 2017
A polymerization-associated structural switch in FtsZ enables treadmilling
Research
03 May 2017
Selective removal of mitochondria by autophagy induces a metabolic shift towards glycolysis that is essential for differentiation of retinal ganglion cells and macrophage polarization.
Research
05 Apr 2017
Microfluidics based droplets and vesicles encapsulating phase separation systems provide improved platforms for analyzing the impact of compartmentalization on biological processes
Research
23 Mar 2017
A soluble bacterial lipocalin increases resistance to diverse antibiotics in vitro and in vivo upon exposure to sublethal antibiotic concentrations.
Research
16 Mar 2017
One of the mechanisms that determine how cells enter latency when nutrients lack has been revealed in a paper published at eLife by scientists at the Center for Biological Research (CIB-CSIC), in collaboration with the Institute of Functional Biology (CSIC-USAL) in Salamanca and the IRB Barcelona.
Research
09 Mar 2017
BKM120 (Buparlisib) is one of the most advanced phosphoinositide 3-kinase (PI3K) inhibitors used for the treatment of cancer. Now, BKM120 has been also shown to act as a microtubule disrupting agent.
Research
23 Feb 2017
The phenomenon of antibiotic resistance and its spread is one of the most important threats to health
Research
14 Feb 2017
Last February 13th Professor Roberto Parrilla passed away at the age of 75, after a short stay at the hospital.
Research
09 Feb 2017
Cancer metastasis is the major cause of cancer-associated death. Despite intensive research in this field, regulatory mechanisms that control metastatic spread and organ colonization are far from being understood.