+PPRG aims to apply next-generation clinical proteomics, mass spectrometry and Systems Biology to the uncovering of altered intercellular communication mechanisms associated with neuropathology and systemic pathologies. Our young research group emphasizes those research actions focused on providing further understanding on the molecular basis of neurodegeneration and dementia-associated neuropathology.
In a related vein, we prioritize bench-to-bedside research focusing on further understand the potential of extracellular vesicles (EVs), considered as basic units of an intricate intercellular communication mechanism, and their potential roles in the development of diagnostic, stratification and clinical prognostic markers, as well as highly biocompatible nanovectors in advanced therapeutic applications in the field of personalised medicine.
Lorca, Cristina; Laparra, Moises; Céspedes, Maria Virtudes; Casaní, Laura; Florit, Sergi; JOVE, M.; MOTA, N.; Vilella, Elisabet; GALLART, X.; Serra, Aida
Industrial By-Products As a Novel Circular Source of Biocompatible Extracellular Vesicles
ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS 32 -. .
Lorca C; Mulet M; Arévalo-Caro C; Sanchez MÁ; Perez A; Perrino M; Bach-Faig A; Aguilar-Martínez A; Vilella E; Gallart-Palau X; Serra A
Plant-derived nootropics and human cognition: A systematic review.
CRITICAL REVIEWS IN FOOD SCIENCE AND NUTRITION 1-25. .
Xavier Gallart Palau
Biomedicine II / Biomedicina II
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