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Type Title Principal Investigators Status Year
CAR_RIC - Bandi Fondazione Cariplo
Molecular and Cellular Bases of Serpin Conformational Diseases
  • SONIA CACCIA loading
Closed 2014
CAR_RIC - Bandi Fondazione Cariplo
Epigenetic in the pathophysiology of Osteoporosis: new insight from in vivo and in vitro studies.
  • LAVINIA CASATI loading
Closed 2016
CAR_RIC - Bandi Fondazione Cariplo
Chemical Control of signalling pathway by modulation of hub proteins
  • ANNA BERNARDI loading
Closed 2012
H20_RIA - Horizon 2020_Research & Innovation Action/Innovation Action
Enhanced Delivery Ecosystem for Neurosurgery in 2020
  • LORENZO BELLO loading
Closed 2015
PRIN2017 - PRIN bando 2017
From bed to benchside: untAngling THe molecular mechanisms of disease progressioN in neuroenDocRine nEoplAsMS (FAITH IN DREAMS)
  • GIOVANNI VITALE loading
Closed 2019
PRIN2017 - PRIN bando 2017
Multilevel machine learning of toxicogenomic, molecular, endocrine, genotoxic and transgenerational effects of air pollution on reproduction
  • LUCA PERSANI loading
Closed 2019
PRIN2015 - PRIN bando 2015
From RNA to Protein toxicity in motorneuron diseases
  • ANTONIA RATTI loading
Closed 2017
PRIN2009 - PRIN bando 2009
Ricerca di nuovi difetti genetici nelle sindromi di Beckwith-Wiedemann e Silver-Russell tramite approcci whole-genome.
  • PALMA FINELLI loading
Closed 2009
PRIN2009 - PRIN bando 2009
Recettori dopaminergici e somatostatinergici nei tumori ipofisari: studio dei meccanismi coinvolti nel targeting alla membrana e nella generazione del signalling antisecretivo e antiproliferativo
  • ANDREA GERARDO ANTONIO LANIA loading
Closed 2009
ASS_NAZ - Bandi da Associazioni e altri Finanziatori privati nazionali
MIRNA as markers of liver transformation and tumor progression in human and experimental models
  • MASSIMO RONCALLI loading
Closed 2011
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