- Scientists have discovered fossils of ancient chromosomes - The remains were found in skin from a 52,000-year-old woolly mammoth - Fossil chromosomes are much larger than previously-known types of ancient DNA - Their discovery makes it possible to assemble the genomes of extinct species - Fossil...
At CNAG, we continue to drive our commitment to excellence. As an internationally recognized center for genomic sequencing and analysis, we collaborate with numerous partners from healthcare institutions and research institutes. For this reason and our responsibility towards all of our...
CNAG is one of the partners of the collaborative action DATOS-CAT, which aims to enhance the visibility and scientific impact of population-based cohorts created in Catalonia. Additionally, it seeks to enrich the procedures used in...
• The new technique, which was born from a study recently published in Genome Biology, allows the reversible tissue fixation followed by dissociation, ensuring RNA integrity and cellular composition while reducing-stress related artifacts.

• The method aims to promote collaborative...
• The Centro Nacional de Análisis Genómico (CNAG) has led a study, to identify the immune cell subtypes present in lymphoid and non-lymphoid organs and to describe the specific expression patterns that allow these cells to develop different functions within host organs. • The research, recently...
The Spanish Association of Human Genetics (AEGH), a national organization with over 50 years of enhancing human genetics in the territory, has accepted the candidature of our Clinical Genomics Manager, Leslie Matalonga, as a new member of the Rare Diseases Commission...

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