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AGORA - AlleGria Oltre la RicercA
Scientific coordinator: Giovanni Mazzitelli ()
Period: 2007-06-01 - 2007-11-30
AGORA’ project is a continuation, a deepening and an enlargement of the very successful COME IN project which took part to the Researchers’ Night 2006 FP6 programme. Based on the success of the 2006 edition (more than 4.000 participants, twice more than anticipated, - ...
PASTANDFUTURE - Searching into the past looking at the future
Scientific coordinator: Paolo Cutolo ()
Period: 2007-06-01 - 2007-12-31
Last year Dicocom organized the Neapolitan researchers’ night in the ancient centre of Naples,with the VEGAN project.This year we want to follow the same approach to give continuity to the event, also because we’ld like that the researchers’ night turn into a fix appointment for Naples, for this ...
ARENA - A broaden REsearcher’s Night in Apulia
Scientific coordinator: Angela Genchi ()
Period: 2007-06-15 - 2007-11-14
The ARENA project is promoted by the Apulia Government, with the support of the Regional Agency for Technology and Innovation (ARTI), the Universities and Public Research Centres operating in the region, the local industrial associations, the hosting municipalities and the Regional Educational ...
YEAST SENSING - Nutrient sensing and signaling by the yeast Gap1 amino acid transceptor
Scientific coordinator: Johan Thevelein ()
Period: 2007-09-01 - 2011-08-31
The proposal aims the reintegration of a senior post-doctoral researcher of Spanish nationality, Dr. Marta Rubio-Texeira, now working at the Whitehead Institute (MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA), into the European research area at VIB/KULeuven in Belgium. Dr. Rubio-Texeira has advanced knowledge and ...
EURO_GRANOT - Exploring Ultra-Relativistic Outflows
Scientific coordinator: James Hough ()
Period: 2007-09-01 - 2011-08-31
Relativistic outflows appear in a wide variety of astrophysical sources, from Galactic micro-quasars to cosmological gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) and active galactic nuclei (AGN). In most cases the relativistic outflow is thought to arise from accretion onto a black hole, while neutron-stars are also ...
HDAC HEMATOPOIESIS - Role of Class IIa Histone deacetylases in hematopoietic cell differentiation
Scientific coordinator: Maria Isabel Parra Bola ()
Period: 2007-09-01 - 2011-08-31
Chromatin, the higher order structure of DNA and protein, forms a barrier for gene transcription. Modification of histones, a major component of the chromatin, is a critical mechanism by which the barrier is regulated. An important modification, which is thought to activate transcription, is the ...
KV CHANNELS & MEMORY - The role of the voltage-gated potassium channels and their modulators in mechanisms of plasticity underlying learning and memory in Drosophila
Scientific coordinator: James Hodge ()
Period: 2007-09-03 - 2011-09-02
Voltage-gated potassium (Kv) channel are neuronal and allow the temporal encoding of information as spike trains in neural circuits. It is therefore important to investigate how each Kv channel is able to do this so that we can better understand how brains work and generate plastic behaviour. In ...
CD49D IN DIABETES - Role of the alpha4 integrin (CD49d) in Type-1 Diabetes mellitus prevention and treatment
Scientific coordinator: Mareike Schmitt ()
Period: 2007-09-03 - 2011-09-02
Type-1 Diabetes mellitus (T1D) is caused by destruction of insulin-producing tissues by autoreactive T lymphocytes, which leads to insulin deficiency. The high frequency of T1D, as well as the significant T1D-associated morbidity and the substantial burden from long-term sequelae despite ...
MEMBRANE DYNAMICS - The role of membrane trafficking in immune cell function
Scientific coordinator: Joerg Hansen ()
Period: 2007-09-03 - 2011-09-02
Recently, receptor signal transduction has been identified to occur not only at the plasma membrane, but also at various intracellular compartments. Hence, receptor trafficking and signal compartmentalization may contribute to a higher level of cellular organization. The proposal’s objective is to ...
PROTEIN-BIOFILM - Characterization of protein-dependent biofilms by Staphylococcus aureus
Scientific coordinator: Iñigo Lasa ()
Period: 2007-09-03 - 2010-09-02
Nosocomial staphylococcal foreign-body infections related to biofilm formation are important problem in modern medicine and S. aureus has become one of the most important bacteria responsible for these chronic infections. The formation of adherent, multilayered bacterial biofilms is the most ...
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