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The B.S.R.C. Al. Fleming will be joining the Athens Science Festival “Worlds of Tomorrow” at Technopolis City of Athens on 21, 22 and 23 October 2022.
Can Drosophila be used as an animal model for psychiatric disorders?
How can biological systems achieve specialization but retain plasticity to drive change when needed?
Researchers at Fleming characterized the functional diversity of structural cells of synovia and addressed the underlying regulatory mechanisms that define the development of murine inflammatory arthritis, at the single cell level.
Τhe 7th International Bone Marrow Adiposity Meeting (BMA2022) organized by Prof. Eleni Douni (BSRC Fleming Associated Researcher), will be held on September 28th-30th 2022 at Amarilia Hotel, Vouliagmeni.
The discovery of DNA variants from Whole Exome Sequencing data remains challenging and algorithmically complex. The Moulos lab developed a protocol for consolidated variant calling which spares researchers from benchmarking different methods.
Researchers from the B.S.R.C. ‘Alexander Fleming’ in Greece have optimised a method to characterise DNA traces in honey, revealing the species that honeybees interact with.
ERC Advanced grant awarded to George Kollias, Fleming Associated Researcher and Professor, Director of Physiology at the Medical School of Athens. The 2.4-million-euro project is for 5 years and will be hosted at BSRC Fleming.
A novel redox-based mechanism that controls Tau aggregation has been identified by the Papanikolopoulou lab, providing new insights into how Tau can adopt a highly aggregated conformation in vivo.
RNA-Seq data analytics remains a challenging domain. SeqCVIBE, a new web application for the interactive exploration, analysis and visualization of RNA-Seq data by the Moulos lab contributes to the deconvolution of the domain complexity.
Kontoyiannis lab published a new study on the selective roles of the RNA-binding protein hnRNPD/AUF1 in innate immune cell activities engaged in allergic airway and tumor infiltration.
Panayotou lab published a review article on strategies involving the implementation of genetically encoded reporters for monitoring of key metabolites in living systems.
Tsoumakidou lab published a new study in the Journal of Experimental Medicine on the role of fibroblasts in peripheral adaptive immunity against lung cancer
The Koliaraki lab published a new study in Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences on the role of mesenchymal cells in intestinal morphogenesis and homeostasis.
Two works, by Antonis Klonizakis and Sofia Papanikolaou from the Computational Genomics Group (Nikolaou lab) win full and short talk awards respectively, in the 15th Annual Meeting of the Hellenic Society for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics.
The best young scientist oral presentation Prize at the 4th SIGE Conference was awarded to Eirini-Maria Georganta (Skoulakis Lab) for the work entitled: “Genotype-phenotype correlations in Neurofibromatosis type 1”.
Fleming researchers and clinical collaborators have reported increased serum Autotaxin Levels in Severe COVID-19 patients, correlating with serum IL-6 and endothelial dysfunction biomarkers levels, as well as with impaired functions of dendritic cells.
A new collaborative study performed by researchers at the University of Dresden (Germany) and BSRC “Alexander Fleming” (Greece) published in Hepatology identifies a central role of RNA-binding proteins in NAFLD and its progression to HCC.
PhD student Lida Iliopoulou and George Kollias published a review article in Mucosal Immunology, in which they critically evaluate murine models of Crohn’s disease – ileitis.
A new study from Fleming researchers published in Oncogene identifies a novel link between heat induced stress signals and alternative splicing regulation in gastric cancer.
A new study from Fleming researchers published in Journal of Neuroscience shows that excess GABAergic signaling impairs associative learning in Neurofibromatosis type 1.
Postdoctoral researcher Katerina Nanou from George Kollias lab published in Cell Reports a novel function for the Tpl2 kinase in the regulation of vascular permeability in neuroinflammation and cancer.
New study from Fleming researchers published in Nature Immunology highlights fibroblastic mesenchymal cells as orchestrators of immunity
aniFOUND: analysing the associated proteome and genomic landscape of the repaired nascent non-replicative chromatin