In Making Genetics we assume Research, Development and innovation as a fundamental pillar for all our activity. For this, we have an innovative strategy through the permanent introduction of new genomic and bioinformatic services to access new market segments. Specifically, since 2014 we have 6 lines of research funded.

Investigation of the role of microbiota variability in the development and diagnosis of pediatric celiac disease.

Aid for the realization of R & D projects of the year 2018 of the Government of Navarra. Years of execution 2018-2019. Cooperative next to the Complejo Hospitalario de Navarra / Miguel Servet Public Foundation.

Implantation of the genomic diagnosis of epilepsy and migraine in Navarra (GENEURONA).

Aid for the realization of strategic R & D projects 2018-2020 of the Government of Navarra (2018). Years of execution 2018-2020. Cooperating with the University of Navarra, the Foundation for Applied Medical Research and the University Clinic of Navarra.

Industrial research for the study and evaluation of a new biosensor device capable of identifying miRNAs associated with inflammatory diseases mediated by autoimmune mechanisms (miRNA-VALUE)

Project of knowledge transfer of the Government of Navarra 2017 and a grant from technologists of the Government of Navarra. Years of execution 2017-2019. Cooperative with the Public University of Navarra.

Experimental development of an epigenetic test to determine the predisposition to develop celiac disease in pediatric subjects genetically predisposed

Knowledge Transfer Project of the Government of Navarra 2016. Year of execution 2016-2018. Cooperative next to the Complejo Hospitalario de Navarra.

Development and Clinical Validation of a system for the analysis of genetic and / or epigenetic biomarkers to personalize treatment in inflammatory and autoimmune diseases

Development and clinical validation of a system for the analysis of genetic and / or epigenetic biomarkers to personalize treatment in inflammatory and autoimmune diseases. Challenges Collaboration of the MINECO, a Torres Quevedo of the MINECO and a scholarship of technologists of the Government of Navarre. Cooperating with the Complutense University of Madrid, Hospital de la Princesa and three Spanish companies. Years of execution 2015-2018.

Development of a value-added database based on functional genomic experiments for the search of genetic and epigenetic biomarkers

Torres Quevedo of MINECO. Years of execution 2014-2018.
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