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P.1 Claudia Alecci (Modena)
Role of RNA binding proteins belonging to ZFP36 family in skin inflammation
P.3 Domenico Azarnia Tehran (Padua)
Thioredoxin and its reductase are present on synaptic vesicles, and their inhibition prevents the paralysis induced by botulinum neurotoxin
P.5 Elisa Barbieri (Milan)
Molecular characterization of non-clathrin endocytosis of the EGFR
P.7 Luisa Cirillo (Castellammare di Stabia)
A B-lymphoproliferative disorder is associated with severe skin erosions in AEC syndrome
P.9 Andrea Conte (Naples)
Homeodomain interacting protein kinase 2 (HIPK2) genetic ablation causes Purkinje cell dysfunction and cerebellar ataxia
P.11 Nicola Cornella (Trento)
Interfacing biological systems with memristive surfaces to study hybrid neuromorphic functionalities
P.13 Luisa de Latouliere (Rome)
A novel mechanism regulating hMena splicing variant expression
P.15 Daniela Di Girolamo (Naples)
Thyroid hormone inactivation is essential for the proliferation of muscle stem cells and the regeneration process
P.17 Marta Di Martile (Rome)
The HAT inhibitor CPTH6 preferentially inhibits in vitro and in vivo proliferation on patient-derived lung cancer stem-like cells
P.19 Valentina Fajner (Milan)
Characterization of physiological and pathological functions of HECW1
P.21 Angela Filograna (Naples)
CtBP1/BARS regulates lipid droplets biogenesis
P.23 Paola Infante (Rome)
Gli1/DNA interaction is a druggable target for Hedgehog-dependent tumor
P.25 Elli Ioannidi (Ferrara)
Weight gain during chronic administration of APDs is associated to PKCβ activation
P.27 Michela Menegollo (Padua)
The role of PGC-1a in tumor proliferation and metastasis
P.29 Enrico Moiso (Turin)
Overexpression of the muscle specific chaperone Melusin delays heart failure and mortality in a mouse model of Emery Dreyfus cardiomyopathy
P.31 Emanuele Monteleone (Turin)
Potential role of STAT3 in controlling pluripotency and differentiation via lincRNAs transcriptional regulation
P.33 Lucia Montorsi (Modena)
Analysis of the role of Tristetraprolin in colon physiology and in colorectal cancer development and progression
P.35 Claudia Morganti (Ferrara)
The mitochondrial contribution to mesenchymal stem cell differentiation
P.37 Benedetta Nicolis di Robilant (Milan)
Unique dependence of malignant, but not normal hematopoiesis, on CD44v6-mediated survival signals within the bone marrow
P.39 Angela Pascarella (Naples)
A new gene predisposing to Congenital Hypothyroidism
P.41 Sara Petrillo (Turin)
Endothelial loss of Flvcr1a alters vascular integrity
P.43 Monica Raimo (Turin)
microRNA-146a exerts a dual role in melanoma controlling the Notch-Akt pathway and modulating metastasis-related molecules
P.45 Gabriele Romano (Monza)
TGFβ signaling pathway impairment is involved in the reversion of chemoresistance of colon cancer cells in in vivo and in vitro models
P.47 Alba Sarti (Ferrara)
The direct NLRP3 inflammasome and P2X7R interaction in microglial cell line
P.49 Advait Subramanian (Naples)
A Control System at the Endoplasmic Reticulum mediates protein exit by regulating cargo carriers
P.51 Milena Vitale (Milan)
Acute and chronic stress signaling from the endoplasmic reticulum
P.53 Chiara Zucal (Mattarello, TN)
Implication of metabolic stress on translational re-programming induced by FK866 in leukemia cells
P.2 Silvia Arcangeli (Monza)
Targeting the CD123 antigen in pediatric acute myeloid leukaemia with a spectrum of chimeric antigen receptors affinity mutants for the evaluation of the ideal CAR in cancer treatment
P.4 Federica Baldassari (Ferrara)
Analysis of the contribution of lysosomes in intracellular Ca2+ homeostasis
P.6 Valeria Cinquina (Brescia)
Molecular characterization and transcriptome-wide expression profiling of two patients affected with spondyloepimetaphyseal dysplasia with joint laxity type 1
P.8 Claudia Contadini (Rome)
Epigenetic regulation of p53-mitotic centrosomal localization in mutant ATM-heterozygous carriers
P.10 Roberto Coppo (Turin)
ESDN expression in the tumor microenvironment coordinates melanoma progression
P.12 Sara Carmela Credendino (Naples)
Structural and functional characterization of a novel thyroid-specific long non-coding RNA
P.14 Giorgia Di Caprio (Rome)
Autophagy is required for epithelial identity of hepatocytes and prevents epithelial to mesenchymal transition (EMT)
P.16 Stefania Di Maggio (Monza)
Role of high-mobility group box 1 (HMGB1) redox state on cardiac fibroblasts function
P.18 Roberta Faedda (Rome)
Itch-dependent K63-polyubiquitylation of SuFu controls Hedgehog pathway
P.20 Emmanuela Falcone (Rome)
Study of a novel transcription factor-miRNAs circuit in EMT of colon cancer cells
P.22 Cristina Gallo (Reggio Emilia)
Diet derived flavonoids: analysis of anti-angiogenic activity and potential role in tumor prevention of a beer hop derivative
P.24 Giada Ingoglia (Turin)
The lack of Hemopexin causes cardiac heme retention and oxidative stress in C57BL/6 mice, resulting in reduction of fractional shortening
P.26 Mingchuan Li (Turin)
Inhibition of phosphoinositide 3-kinase γ protects against chemotherapy-induced heart failure 
P.28 Sonia Missiroli (Ferrara)
PML inactivation promotes NLRP3 activation
P.30 Anna Montagna (Monza)
The Hurler syndrome: a better understanding of skeletal development through the use of patient-specific induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs)
P.32 Laura Monteonofrio (Rome)
From nucleosome to midbody: extrachromosomal activity of histone H2B in cytokines
P.34 Giampaolo Morciano (Ferrara)
Mcl-1 involvement in mitochondria dynamics associate to apoptotic cell death
P.36 Carmelo Neri (Trieste)
Unveiling new signaling pathways contributing to oncogenic activities of mutp53-R249S
P.38 Valeria Orecchia (Turin)
The non-canonical Wnt/Planar Cell Polarity pathway can trigger transcriptional activation via JNK-mediated Sp1 phosphorylation
P.40 Paolo Peruzzo (Udine)
Metabolic alterations and mitochondrial bioenergetic profile in HDAC4-driven tumorigenesis
P.42 Dorina Polinari (Rome)
The role of eIF6 in inducing the increased cell migration through the enhanced expression of Cdc42
P.44 Samantha Rizzo (Busto Arsizio, VA)
Epigenetic modifications during EMT and reversible MET in prostate cancer cells
P.46 Teresa Rossi (Reggio Emilia)
Anti angiogenic and anti tumor activities of olive mill wastewaters
P.48 Marianna Sciortino (Turin)
Blimp1 and miR-23b as new players in p130Cas-ErbB2 dependent breast cancer
P.50 Francesca Svetoni (Rome)
Oxidative stress affects FET protein localization and alternative pre-mRNA processing in cellular models of ALS
P.52 Francesca Zanetta (Pavia)
Cytoplasmatic hybrids (PD cybrids) as a model system to investigate genome stability in Parkinson’s disease

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15 June 2014


22 September 2014
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22 September 2014

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