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Raquel Ibañez Ferrer

Institutions of which they are part

Research technician
Physiology and Pathophysiology of the Digestive Tract
Vall Hebron Institut de Recerca

Raquel Ibañez Ferrer

Institutions of which they are part

Research technician
Physiology and Pathophysiology of the Digestive Tract
Vall Hebron Institut de Recerca

Projects

CFTR down regulation enhances pancreatic carcinogenesis and promotes cancer invasion and metastasis

IP: CFTR down regulation enhances pancreatic carcinogenesis and promotes cancer invasion and metastasis
Collaborators: Raquel Ibañez Ferrer
Funding agency: Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Funding: 300565.29
Reference: CFTR_CFF_RESEARCH GRANTS - FALL 2021
Duration: 01/05/2022 - 30/04/2024

Related news

Among the genes described, there are some related to digestive system functions, which reinforces the biological entity of irritable bowel syndrome as a digestive disease.

The international study, in which Vall d'Hebron participated, monitored patients who were hospitalized for COVID-19 for 12 months and compared their gastrointestinal symptoms with another group of patients diagnosed with other medical pathologies.

Els estudis avançaran en els camps de les malalties digestives, el VIH, la fatiga crònica, les patologies cardíaques, l’hepatitis, la diabetis i l’oftalmologia.

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