The Spanish multinational pharmaceutical company Almirall and the Center for Genomic Regulation (CRG) announced a collaboration agreement to identify new molecular signaling pathways and specific genetic markers of atopic dermatitis. This is a necessary condition for the development of new therapeutic approaches.
Under this agreement, Almirall will contribute its experience in modeling and fabric samples. The CRG will contribute its experience in the field of genomic research to identify possible markers that will allow more precise targeting of pharmacological solutions for atopic dermatitis. The two entities hope to expand the range of therapeutic options in this way.
It is not the first time that the Spanish pharmaceutical company and the research center collaborate. In 2023, an agreement was already executed to develop new preclinical models with which to identify possible treatments for skin cancer.
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Almirall has public financial support for the development of this initiative
The current project will last two years and will be financed by the Next Generation funds managed by the Center for Technological Development and Innovation (Cdti) and the Carlos III Health Institute.
Almirall is a Spanish pharmaceutical multinational specialized in medical dermatology founded in 1944. It is listed on the stock market and has around 1,800 employees around the world distributed in its own centers in 21 countries and subsidiaries in another 70 . At the time of writing these lines it has a capitalization of 1.77 billion euros.
The CRG is a biomedical research center created in 2000. More than 400 scientists work there dedicated to researching issues related to genes. This center is a member of the Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (Bist).
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