The group has been conducting research since January 1995 in the study of the genetic variability of the Vitamin D Receptor and its role in the susceptibility to HIV infection and the clinical progression of AIDS. To carry out this work the group has established collaborations with the Internal Medicine Service of the Arnau de Vilanova University Hospital and research groups of other hospitals and universities in Spain. The group currently coordinates an interdisciplinary research compraising by doctors and researchers from the Hospital Clínic de Barcelona, the University of Jaén and the University of Santiago de Compostela to study the role of the vitamin D receptor in HIV infection that causes AIDS Following a strategy of "genes candidates" we are currently evaluating the role of allelic variants of different genes involved in the metabolism of vitamin D.
Oromi N; Jové M; Pascual-Pons M; Royo JL; Rocaspana R; Aparicio E; Pamplona R; Palau A; Sanuy D; Fibla J; Portero-Otin M
Differential metabolic profiles associated to movement behaviour of stream-resident brown trout (Salmo trutta)
PLOS ONE 12 e0181697-. .
Aparicio, A. Prat; Castan, J. Cortes; Pare, L.; Galvan, P.; Bermejo, B.; Martinez, N.; Vidal, M.; Pernas, S.; Lopez, R.; Munoz, M.; Nuciforo, P.; Fasani, R.; Morales, S.; Oliveira, M.; de la Pena, L.; Pelaez, A.; Llombart, A.
PAM50 intrinsic subtype as a predictor of pathological complete response following neoadjuvant dual HER2 blockade without chemotherapy in HER2-positive breast cancer: First results of the PAMELA clinical trial
CANCER RESEARCH 77 -. .
Joan Fibla Palazon
Biomedicine I / Biomedicina I
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