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Researchers from the IIBB-CSIC participate in a study that shows the interaction of the receptor for cannabinoids with the BiP protein in terminals of inhibitory neurons, modulating anxiety.

The study shows that the cannabinoid receptor CB1 (CB1R), the main molecular target of the bioactive components of cannabis, specifically interacts with an intracellular protein called BiP.

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Conexión-Cáncer is born, the network that brings together the CSIC's oncology research groups.

Last Friday, September 24, World Cancer Research Day, the CSIC's new network " Conexión-Cáncer " was presented, the aim of which is to bring together the CSIC's ca

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IIBB researchers reveal the key role of cholesterol as a HCC promoter

A new study reveals a fundamental role of cholesterol in the development of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) associated with obesity and type 2 diabetes.

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AWARD CEREMONY FOR THE L'PREMI SCB TRAJECTORIA PROFESSIONAL LEANDRE CERVERA 2021 FOR DR. FRANCESC ARTIGAS

On September 16, the SCB Trajectòria Professional Leandre Cervera 2021 award was given to Doctor Francesc Artigas for his career in research on mental illnesses and their neurobiol

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Onging studies in the CSIC on genetic susteptibility to SARS-CoV2.

This informative video tells about the project being carried out by Dr.

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A study with the participation of the CSIC reveals that the frequency of having an altered immune response that prevents coping with COVID-19 increases with age.

The study shows that there is a probability of developing the wrong antibodies or autoantibodies, which attack the immune system.

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IIBB Researchers Lead A Consensus Statement Of Drug Induced Liver Injury Under The Support Of The European Network [Pro-Euro-Dili-Net]

Drug induced liver injury (DILI) is a major cause of acute liver failure (ALF) and one of the leading indications for liver transplantation in Western societies.

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