Lluis Montoliu (Octubre 2017) - Fotografia: Ines Poveda (CNB) WEB of the laboratory of

Dr. Lluís Montoliu

Research Scientist CSIC

Departament of Molecular and Cellular Biology

National Centre of Biotechnology (CNB-CSIC)

Campus de Cantoblanco, C/ Darwin 3

28049 Madrid, Spain

 

Tel. +34 91 585-4844 (office) / +34 91 585-4530 (laboratory)

Fax. +34 91 585-4506 / skype: lluis.montoliu / Twitter: @LluisMontoliu / also in Facebook and LinkedIn

e-mail: montoliu@cnb.csic.es                



 

 

 


 

 

 

Spanish Laws on Bioethics

 

 

 

EMMA

 

European Commission (7FP-Infrastructures)

 

European Society for Pigment Cell Research

 

IFPCS

 

 

 

 

TRANSGENESIS IN SPAIN

Updated March 2015

 

INFRAFRONTIER

 

 

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Neurosensorial pathology (Group U756) - Coordinator


Research Group:

Animal Models by Genetic Manipulation



 

Research Summary

We are interested in understanding how mammalian expression domains work and how they are organised within genomes. We would like to know the required regulatory elements that identify a given expression domain and specify its expression pattern in space, time and leve. To this aim, traditionally we have used the mouse tyrosinase locus as experimental model. Using genetically-modified (transgenic) mice we have investigated the role of tyrosinase gene regulatory elements.

Further, our laboratory has generated multiple animal models of human rare diseases, such as albinism, in order to study the visual abnormalities associated with this genetic condition. At the end of 2007 our laboratory joined the Spanish initiative of Rare Diseases (CIBERER-ISCIII). From January 1, 2009, CNB has become the Spanish node of the European Project EMMA-INFRAFRONTIER.

 


Lluis Montoliu 2015

Summary (BIO) of Lluís Montoliu (October 2017)

Laboratory of Lluís Montoliu at CNB report (2015-2016, 1 page)


Browse publications by Lluís Montoliu

 

PubMed Central (NIH-free archive of publications)

 

Digital Repository CSIC

 


 

Genetic differences among C57BL/6 substrains


 

ACCESS

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Histology Facility of CNB

 

WEB and e-mail: histologia@cnb.csic.es

Tel. +34 91585-5349 / 4903


Mouse Embryo Cryopreservation Facility of CNB

Spanish EMMA-INFRAFRONTIER node

 

WEB and e-mail: criocnb@cnb.csic.es

Tel. +34 91585-5349 / 4312




 

 Protocols for the generation and analysis of transgenic mice

 

Mendel: a simple excel workbook to compare the observed and expected distributions of genotypes/phenotypes in transgenic and knockout mouse crosses involving up to three unlinked loci by means of a χ(2) test. Transgenic Research 2012 Jun;21(3):677-810, Lluís Montoliu

Direct download of MENDEL Excel workbook

 

Laboratory protocols (restricted)

 

Advanced Protocols for Animals Transgenesis. An ISTT Manual

S. Pease & T. Saunders (Eds.) - Springer 2011

 


PhD Thesis

PhD thesis developed in Dr. Lluís Montoliu's laboratory


Database of transgenic mice, by Lluís Montoliu (2003)

 

Press here to request a free copy for academic-only use

 

 


 

Laboratory Manual:

"Generation of Transgenic Mice" by Lluís Montoliu (1997)

 

Press here to request a free copy for academic-only use

 

 


ALBA: asociacion de ayuda a personas con albinismo

Information on albinism

for scientists  and for persons with albinism

 

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Valencia, 5-6 April 2014


Albinismo. Una condición genética, dos realidades: España y Senegal


PROGRAMAS DE ACTIVIDADES DE I+D EN BIOMEDICINA, ENTRE GRUPOS DE INVESTIGACIÓN DE LA COMUNIDAD DE MADRID (Convocatoria 2010 - S2010/BMD-2439 - VISIONANIMAL-CM), 2012-2015

Coordinator: Lluis Montoliu. Participating groups: Jesús Cruces (UAM), Pedro de la Villa (UAH), Jaime Tejedor (Fund. Ramón y Cajal) y Anna González-Neira (CNIO)


 

 

 

Meetings, congresses, conferences and workshops organised and/or co-organised


Legislación Europea, Nacional y Autonómica sobre protección de los animales utilizados para la experimentacion y otros fines cientificos y sobre el uso de organismos modificados genéticamente


CSIC Bioethics Subcommission

CSIC

Serrano 113 (1st  floor)

28006 Madrid, Spain

Tel. 915681494

email: subcomitedebioetica@csic.es

 


 How to reach the CNB?

 

(Location of CNB at the Campus of the UAM) Pictures of CNB


Note: CNB is identified as building 18, Train Station is 27, Bus Stop is 28. Above is North. Madrid city is South.

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Updated: 22 December 2017

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