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Medical Biotechnology and Translational Medicine

The Department of Medical Biotechnology and Translational Medicine, originated from matching interests and expertise in molecular and cellular sciences, sciences applied to medicine and clinical sciences, identifies research and teaching as two aspects to be integrated at most.

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Biometra Seminars

BioMeTra seminars 2017/2018

"DNA-protein interactions: quantifying affinity, kinetics and sequence-specificity via an optical label-free technique". Is the title of the next seminar of the cycle 'BioMeTra seminars 2017/2018' that will take place on June 11th, at 14:00pm at the aula B of LITA Segrate.

Vanvitelli

I Venerdì di Farmacologia - June e July 2018

The seminars will be held at 12pm in Aula piccola of Via Vanvitelli, 32 Department - Milan - THE SEMINAR ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED FOR JUNE 29, HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO A NEW DATE (TO BE ANNUNCED)

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Cross-talk between sphingosine-1-phosphate and EGF receptor mediated signaling pathways as a novel mechanism that promotes the invasiveness of human glioblastoma cells

A recent study - result of a collaboration between BIOMETRA researchers and funded by the same Department thanks to the Piano Ricerca Sviluppo - has demonstrated in human glioblastoma a functional relationship between the signaling pathways mediated by EGF receptor and sphingosine-1-phosphate which is associated with greater invasiveness and tumor aggressiveness.

Active transport during Drosophila oogenesis

A recent study in collaboration between the BIOMETRA Department (Fabio Giavazzi e Roberto Cerbino) and colleagues of the Cambridge Zoology Department (Maik Drechsler e Isabel Palacios), appeared in Nature Communications, gives information about the delicate interplay of actina nd microtubules in trasporting organelles inside the oocyte of the fruit fly, one of the most studied model organisms.

BIOMETRA - edificio Farmacologia Medica  

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