Iron Metabolism: Regulation and Diseases

Research Group

Iron Metabolism: Regulation and Diseases

Research Group

The Research Group in Iron Metabolism: Regulation and Diseases is a senior interdisciplinary group with extensive experience in translational medicine in the field of iron metabolism and in the study of hereditary haematological diseases.

The purpose of the group is to increase knowledge of iron metabolism, its regulation and associated diseases, and to promote the diagnosis of hereditary haematological diseases. To this end, the spin-off BLOODGENETICS SL was created in November 2016. The group has also contributed to the implementation of telemedicine tools to facilitate the diagnosis and management of patients with inherited haematological diseases such as congenital dyserythropoietic anaemia (CODYSAN) and the diagnosis and management of patients with hyperferritinemia (HIGHFERRITIN). We have also contributed to the publication of several clinical guidelines.

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Specific Research Lines

· DIAGNOSIS AND GENE THERAPY IN CONGENITAL
DYSERYTHROPOIETIC ANEMIAS

· NEW GENES IN IRON METABOLISM

· NEW DISEASES AND NOVEL MUTATIONS IN HEREDITARY HEMATOLOGICAL DISEASES AND IRON RELATED DISEASES

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Specific Research Lines

  • DIAGNOSIS AND GENE THERAPY IN CONGENITAL DYSERYTHROPOIETIC ANEMIAS
  • NEW GENES IN IRON METABOLISM
  • NEW DISEASES AND NOVEL MUTATIONS IN HEREDITARY HEMATOLOGICAL DISEASES AND IRON RELATED DISEASE
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