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Reprogramming & Regeneration Laboratory

Italian science day in the word 2021! Italian science day in the word 2021!

On the occasion of the Italian Science Day in the World, the Italian Cultural Institute and the Consulate General of Italy in Barcelona, ​​in collaboration with the Ayuntamiento of Barcelona (Tinència d'Alcaldia de Cultura, Educació, Ciència i Comunitat) are delighted to present: The MUSIC OF SCIENCE Initiative.

https://iicbarcellona.esteri.it/iic_barcellona/it/gli_eventi/calendario/2021/04/giornata-della-ricerca-italiana_0.html

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H2020 FET-Open project awarded! H2020 FET-Open project awarded!

ECaBox "Eyes in a Care Box": Regenerating human retina from resuscitated cadaveric eyes.

We will create a device, the EcaBox, to resuscitate eyes from the dead. In collaboration with a number of Partners working in Universitat de Barcelona (UB), Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC), King’s College London (KCL) in the UK, the Association for the Advancement of Tissue Engineering and Cell Based Technologies & Therapies (A4TEC) in Portugal, AFERETICA in Italy and the Bar-Ilan University (BIU) in Israel, we will develop artificial blood, artificial vitreous to kick-starting the activity of retinal neurons and restoring eye function. ECaBox will be a transparent, cubic box that mimics conditions in the living human eye, maintaining the eye’s temperature and pH levels while avoiding blood clots and removing metabolic waste and toxins.

Institutional News!

Karthik’s paper has been published in Cell Reports Karthik’s paper has been published in Cell Reports

The Master Regulator protein BAZ2B can reprogram human hematopoietic lineage-committed progenitors into a multipotent state.

Arumugam et al. Cell Reports 2020

We used reverse-engineered networks to elucidate the molecular mechanism of cell-fusion mediated reprogramming of B lymphocytes to hematopoietic stem cell-like state. BAZ2B was identified as a Master Regulator that can reprogram human lineage-committed progenitors to multipotent hematopoietic cells, thus enhancing their stemness and long-term engraftment.

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Institutional News!

Scientific Article!

Martina’s paper has been published in Molecular Therapy Martina’s paper has been published in Molecular Therapy

The Chemokine Receptors Ccr5 and Cxcr6 Enhance Migration of Mesenchymal Stem Cells into the Degenerating Retina


Inadequate migration and integration of transplanted cells into the retina limit the efficacy of cell therapy approaches. We found that chemokines released from the degenerating retina can drive migration of transplanted stem cells over-expressing Ccr5 and Cxcr6 receptors, thereby resulting in rescue of retinal degeneration.

Pesaresi et al. Molecular Therapy 2020

Institutional News!

Scientific Article!

First Sino-Spain meeting was held at GDL First Sino-Spain meeting was held at GDL

The first sino-spain meeting was held at GDL, Guangzhou, China. Talks from CRG PIs and GDL PIs were focused in the fields of chromatin structure, stem cell and regenerative medicine. Interactions between the two institutes were fostered to start a common PhD program that will be organised across the 2 continents. Students will spend part of the time at GDL in China and part of the time at the CRG in Spain carrying out research projects based on collaborations between PIs of the institutions.

CellViewer International Symposium CellViewer International Symposium

CellViewer International Symposium: “Seeing and Decoding Nuclear Function and Structure”, will be held in Barcelona on 27 and 28 January 2020.

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