Researcher Luis Martínez

The University of Cordoba is participating, together with IMIBIC and the Hospital Universitario Reina Sofía, in a national study that analyzes the evolution, between 2017 and 2022, of the antibiotic resistance of a bacterium associated with high mortality rates

Researchers in the lab

A study in mice conducted by the University of Cordoba proves that exposure to contaminating mixtures of metals and drug residue increases damage to health, and evaluates the positive effects of a diet enriched in selenium to reduce this harm

The researchers, Guadalupe Gómez Baena

The UCO participates in a study that shows, through analysis of the scent marks they leave in theirsurroundings, that female rats also communicate with each other

People coinfected with SARS-CoV-2 and cytomegalovirus are at increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease

Joint infection with one of the most frequent herpesviruses and the coronavirus causes premature aging of the immune system in mild or asymptomatic patients, although the vaccine against COVID-19 seems to help prevent this phenomenon

A study by the IMIBIC and UCO identifies a new mechanism involved in the reproductive function

A family of regulatory molecules, microRNAs, are key to the maintenance of fertility in both genders.

A study finds that the success rate of vaginal delivery by mothers with priorC-sections declined during the early months of the pandemic

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

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