On Thursday 26th November from 15h (CET) to 16h (CET) the Data Analysis team of the CNAG-CRG will give a Webinar to introduce GPAP-Phenos
Anna Esteve-Codina is the first author on one of the papers describing a novel method of stratification to help doctors manage glioblastoma...
The CNAG-CRG participates in a study revealing that the species contains 65,000 genes, more than twice as many as humans.
New study describes a new algorithm to compare the 3D genomes of cancer patients with that of a healthy reference.
The CNAG-CRG is partner of this new EU-funded project, coordinated by the Barcelona Supercomputing Center
Researchers from the CNAG-CRG led the development of a method to smooth the differences emerging from samples’ origin and production,...