A study on Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome virus analyzes the role of what are known as Viral Transcription Factors, molecules responsible for the differentiation of immune system cells, and concludes that three of these molecules are expressed with greater intensity in the most virulent strains of the pathogen

The study shows a decline in the success of natural childbirth during the first wave of Covid-19 in women who previously hadC-sections, although the research team responsible for the study notes that this difference has declined over time, and that the number of successful pregnancies remains high

A study carried out by an international team and published in a special issue of the journal Forests on adaptive forestry analyzed the usefulness of the Atlas cedar, a North African species, in mitigating the effects of climate change in the forest systems of the Iberian Peninsula's Mediterranean Arc

A research group at the University of Córdoba, coordinated by Professor Dolores Pérez Marín, leads this collaborative project drawing together more than 30 countries and 200 international researchers, bringing to bear their experience with non-destructive spectral sensors for innovation in quality control, safety and the traceability of agri-food products

Soil, growth pattern and species heterogeneity in the forest determine tree survival after windstorms, according to a study by the University of Cordoba and The Silva Tarouca Research Institute in the Czech Republic.

Cordoba's Las Palmeras area is one of the intervention areas for the testing of new inclusion measures for urban well-being as part of the European IN-HABIT project, led by the University of Córdoba

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