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https://www.lavanguardia.com/ciencia/20200113/472788792129/prevencion-tratamiento-cancer-higado-cpeb.html Team synergy is essential to address ambitious research questions that can only be answered by the coordinated work of a small group of principal investigators and their teams, bringing together their complementary skills, knowledge and resources....

Gastroenterology impact factor: 20.877. This study unveils a new functional link between CPEB4-dependent translation, glycolysis and liver fibrosis. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32169429/ https://www.clinicbarcelona.org/noticias/descifran-un-nuevo-mecanismo-de-progresion-de-la-fibrosis-en-enfermedades-hepaticas-cronicas http://biotech-spain.com/en/articles/descifran-un-nuevo-mecanismo-de-progresi-n-de-la-fibrosis-en-enfermedades-hep-ticas-cr-nicas/ https://twitter.com/idibaps/status/1281956432561217538...

Published in Current Tissue Microenvironment Reports (Springer Nature); doi:10.1007/s43152-020-00013-w. By Marc Mejias, Alexandra Balvey and Mercedes Fernandez. This new journal publishes cutting-edge, invitation-only reviews in order to advance our knowledge of how the constituents of different tissues interact between them, and function in physiologic and pathologic conditions....

By Marc Mejias, Javier Gallego, Salvador Naranjo-Suarez, Marta Ramirez, Nuria Pell, Anna Manzano, Clara Suñer, Ramon Bartrons, Raul Mendez, Mercedes Fernandez. Corresponding author: M Fernandez. CPEB4 increases expression of PFKFB3 to induce glycolysis and activate mouse and human hepatic stellate cells, promoting liver fibrosis. Gastroenterology 2020; S0016-5085(20)30328-0 (doi:10.1053/j.gastro.2020.03.008). This study...

February 11th is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science — a day established by the United Nations to recognize the essential role of women and girls in science and technology. Marking days like this is one way we can work toward a...

Congrats Marc and all authors for this excellent work, which has been selected as a Presidential Poster of Distinction by the American Association for the Study of Liver Disease (AASLD). Posters of Distinction are classified as being in the top 10% of all accepted poster abstracts...

It has been a great pleasure to co-organize this extraordinary research event of the European Association for the Study of Liver (EASL). Thanks to our keynote speakers for their fantastic opening talks, to all faculty members and students for their remarkable engagement and enthusiasm, and...

Our lab is fully committed in the fight against cancer: researching, donating money and volunteering. We are proud to be part of the AECC team!! Photo: Núria Pell (PhD student in our lab and AECC volunteer) participating in the Walk/Run Event Against Breast Cancer organized by...

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