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The IGM Unit located in Bologna is distinguished by its ability to combine research of fundamental biological mechanisms with translational research. Five main research fields can be identified: 1) cell biology and pathology of the nucleus, 2) cell biology and pathology of the extracellular matrix, 3) cell biology and pathology of the neuro-transmitters, 4) cell biology of bone precursors and relation with biomaterials for orthopedic implant. The methodologies applied in research include: cell biology, biochemistry and molecular biology, immunolocalization and image analysis, ultrastructural analysis and study of molecules assembly.

 

 


CELLULAR BIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY OF THE NUCLEUS

 

FUNDAMENTAL MECHANISMS IN THE FUNCTION OF NUCLEAR MEMBRANE

Staff involved:

Cristina Capanni, Vittoria Cenni, Giovanna Lattanzi, Eisabetta Mattioli, Stefano Squarzoni

 

PATHOGENIC MECHANISMS IN LAMINOPATHIES

Staff involved:

Cristina Capanni, Vittoria Cenni, Rosalba Del Coco, Giovanna Lattanzi, Eisabetta Mattioli, Stefano Squarzoni

 

 


CELL BIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY OF THE EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX-CELLULARE

 

ORGANIZATION AND EXPRESSION OF NEW PROTEIN OF THE EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX

Staff involved:

Patrizia Sabatelli, Stefano Squarzoni

PATHOGENIC MECHANISMS IN MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY LINKED TO DEFECTS OF THE EXTRA-CELLULAR MATRIX

Staff involved:

Patrizia Sabatelli, Stefano Squarzoni

 

 


CELL BIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY OF NEUROTRANSMITTERS

 

COMPARTMENTALIZATION AND TRANSMISSION MECHANISMS OF NEUROTROPHIC FACTORS

Staff involved:

Spartaco Santi

 

 


CELL BIOLOGY OF BONE PRECURSORS AND RELATION WITH BIOMATERIALS FOR ORTHOPEDIC IMPLANT


ANALYSIS OF BONE PRECURSORS AND RELATION WITH BIOMATERIALS 
Staff involved:

Nicoletta Zini

 

STUDY OF THE ORTHOPEDIC IMPLANTS USURY
Staff involved:

Stefano Squarzoni


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