IDIBELL scientists find a compound that extends life span in mice

Regenerative medicine scientists at IDIBELL in collaboration with partners at Ulm University (Germany) have demonstrated that inhibition of Cdc42 with CASIN can pharmacologically extend lifespan.

Successful participation in the International Papilloma Virus Congress (IPVC2020)

This 33rd edition, now virtual, has been organized by the professional team of the Cancer Epidemiology Research Program (IDIBELL-ICO) and by the IPVC.

A mouse model was used to determine the personalized treatment for a cancer patient

A team from IDIBELL and ICO, using a mouse orthotopic model, conducted a real-time personalized oncology study to test the best therapeutic option to treat a type of relapse sarcoma.

Common immune characteristics found in lung metastases to target future treatments

Lung metastatic tumours have common immune properties, regardless of the origin of the primary tumour.
These results suggest new approximations and contemplate the development of new immunotherapy treatments.

Designed a new and user-friendly model to predict the life expectancy of a severe neurodegenerative disease

Researchers from IDIBELL, the University of Göttingen and the University of Münster, designed six tables, using data available at the time of diagnosis, where easily extrapolate patient’s life expectancy.

Dr. Bárbara Rivera receives the support of the Mutua Madrileña Foundation to investigate a rare childhood disease

The grant will go thyroid abnormalities research in rare childhood diseases.

The study of lysosomal function during cell division enables the identification of a new biomarker for chromosomal instability

By studying the role of lysosomes in mitosis, an IDIBELL and UB group discovers that alterations in the separation of chromosomes cause a detectable nucleus morphology once mitosis has finished. This morphology would be useful to identify cells that have chromosomal instability inherent in cancer cells.

A study proposes a new approach for the identification of a syndrome of predisposition to childhood cancer

Patients with this syndrome have more mutations in the microsatellite regions of the genome. The detection of these mutations improves the diagnosis and therapeutic management of patients.

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