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Described a unified list of positive and negative control compounds for assessment of drug-induced liver injury in preclinical human-based in vitro models

Prediction of human toxicity early in the drug development process remains a major challenge.

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Endoplasmic reticulum stress in serotonin neurons triggers depression and anxiety

However, treatment with the fast-acting antidepressant ketamine reverses depressive symptoms by acting directly on the eIF2α signaling pathway in these neurons.

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S-ADENOSYL-L-METHIONINE, A FOOD SUPPLEMENT WITH WIDE BIOLOGICAL ACTIONS, HAS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS IN NIEMANN-PICK TYPE C DISEASE

A recent research has identified S-adenosyl-L-methionine (SAM) as a novel target for the treatment of Niemann-Pick type C (NPC) disease.

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Mitochondrial DNA mutations could predict Parkinson's disease

The research carried out by Margalida Puigròs and Ramon Trullás' team, in collaboration with Drs.

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IIBB celebrates the International Day of Women and Girls in Science with the Symposium " Scientific travel experiences in a from a women perspective "

The conference was organized by the IIBB-CSIC Equality Commission. The conference was attended by predoctoral and postdoctoral researchers of the IIBB-CSIC.

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TALK AT IES NUMANCIA ON THE OCCASION OF THE DAY OF WOMEN AND GIRLS IN SCIENCE

On the occasion of the celebration of the Day of Women and Girls in Science, researcher Montserrat Marí, from the research group "Signalling in Cellular Damage and Cancer, visited the IES Numancia

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María Fernández Fernández, a predoctoral fellow of the research group "Tissue Remodeling, Fibrosis and Cancer" has been awarded the prize for the best basic research poster of the XXXIII Congress of the Catalan Society of Digestology

María Fernández Fernández is pursuing her doctoral thesis under the supervision of Dr. Anna Moles, within the research group Tissue Remodeling, Fibrosis and Cancer (TRFC group) of the IIBB.

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