All living organisms live in or are ecosystems of individual cells that interact and adapt to the micro- and macro-environmental changes throughout their lives. They respond to their environment by progression towards next developmental stages, by evolutionary adaptation, by malignant growth or...
On April 6, the CNAG organises the workshop Introduction to Genome Analysis to help collaborators get a better understanding and improve interpretation of genome data. This is the second edition of the workshops that the CNAG offers to current and prospective collaborators. The unprecedented...
Over 30 million Europeans are affected by one of the known 7,000 rare diseases. Symptoms are usually chronic, degenerative and life-threatening; in fact, 30% of patients die before their 5th birthday and there is no effective treatment for the large majority of rare diseases.
Most rare...
Infection with the factor CagA, which is translocated into host cells via the gastric bacterium Helicobacter pylori can cause chronic inflammation and is a major risk factor for gastric adenocarcinoma in humans. While the virulence pathogen’s type 4 secretion system, has been directly...
The International Workshops on Genomic Epidemiology (formerly the Paris Workshops) are held every two years to introduce researchers to the advances that underpin large-scale genomic studies of diseases and other life sciences areas, particularly in the context of on-going research funded by the EU...
We used a hybridization approach to enrich the DNA from 17,367 protein-coding genes in two Neandertal individuals from Spain and Croatia. By analyzing these two exomes together with the genome sequence of a Neandertal from Siberia we show that the genetic diversity of Neandertals was lower than...

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