The IIT@Sapienza laboratory, born in 2010, revolves around two topics of biomedical interest where technological innovation is key to reach the goals.
The first regards neurodegenerative disorders, hereditary and sporadic conditions characterized by progressive nervous system dysfunction. The focus of the second will be brain tumours, the most life-threatening diseases of adulthood and childhood.
These challenging projects benefit from the establishment and convergence of common technological platforms. They avail themselves of state-of-the-art commercial equipment and, at the same time, foster and support the development of new techniques and instrumentation.
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Pellegrini F., Padovano V., Biscarini S., Santini T., Setti A., Galfre S.G., Silenzi V., Vitiello E., Mariani D., Nicoletti C., Torromino G., De Leonibus E., Martone J., Bozzoni I.
A KO mouse model for the lncRNA Lhx1os produces motor neuron alterations and locomotor impairment
iScience, vol. 26, (no. 1)
Perego E., Zappone S., Slenders E., Castagnetti F., Vitiello E., Mariani D., Mecarelli S. L., Bozzoni I., Vicidomini G.
Comprehensive Fluorescence Lifetime Fluctuation Spectroscopy to investigate protein mobility during aggregation processes in living cells
67th Biophysical Society annual meeting
Fini C., Bardi L., Bolis D., Fusaro M., Lisi M.P., Michalland A.H., Era V.
The social roots of self development: from a bodily to an intellectual interpersonal dialogue
Psychological Research, vol. 1, (no. 13)