Research at IGP
Research at the department aims to increase biological understanding of development and disease, and improve diagnostics and treatment. The overarching goal is translational medicine, i.e. to link basic research with clinical applications, in disease areas such as cancer, autoimmunity, degenerative and genetic diseases.
The Department’s research groups are divided into nine research programmes which you can find via the menu on the left-hand side.
Read more about our research.
The research is also presented in the department's information brochure.
New research findings
- Correlation found between loss of chromosome Y and genetic instability
- Analysis using whole genome sequencing gives more accuracy
- Mechanism for the formation of new blood vessels discovered
- Women’s deep belly fat more strongly linked to diabetes and cardiovascular diseases
- Three new parts of the database The Human Protein Atlas
New publications from IGP
Eriksson, Karin; Eloranta, Maija-Leena; Kozyrev, Sergey V.; Dahlqvist, Johanna; Nilsson, Bo; Knight, Ann; Rönnblom, Lars
A case of systemic lupus erythematosus with C1q deficiency, increased serum interferon-a levels and high serum interferogenic activity
Anan, Intissar; Bång, Joakim; Lundgren, Hans-Erik; Wixner, Jonas; Westermark, Per
A case report of osteoarthritis associated with hereditary transthyretin amyloidosis ATTRV30M
Pettersson, Mats; Rochus, Christina Marie; Han, Fan; Chen, Junfeng; Hill, Jason; Wallerman, Ola; Fan, Guangyi; Hong, Xiaoning; Xu, Qiwu; Zhang, He; Liu, Shanshan; Liu, Xin; Haggerty, Leanne; Hunt, Toby; Martin, Fergal; Flicek, Paul; Bunikis, Ignas; Folkvord, Arild; Andersson, Leif
A chromosome-level assembly of the Atlantic herring—detection of a supergene and other signals of selection