This is the computational Biology and Bioinformatics lab currently located at the Andalusian Center for Developmental Biology [CABD].
CBBio was founded on 2009 in Barcelona, and moved to Seville in 2013. Our research has resulted in more than 50 peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, invited reviews, and over 50 oral presentations in national and international venues. The group belongs to a Maria de Maeztu Unit [DMC2], an excellence Unit from the SOMM alliance SOMMa.
We are a team of Biologists, Bioinformaticians, and Engineers using computational methods, aiming to understand:
In two examples we illustrate how we apply and combine our research interests to address relevant biological contexts.
A gene found in a genetic screening of M. tuberculosis has all the MMR hallmarks. It is a homologue of an archaeal NucS.
We analysed the TCGA data to identify potential pairs of mRNA-miRNA that could have predictive value.