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Accoglienza Partecipanti: a partire dalle 9.30
Inizio lavori: 10.30
10.30-11.10 Le Biotecnologie e l'industria
10.30-10-50 Dr. Mario Bonaccorso, Assobiotec-Federchimica/Cluster Tecnologico Nazionale della Chimica Verde SPRING "Bio-based Economy: the role of industrial biotechnology"
10.50-11.10 Dr. Stefano Donadio, Naicons SRL Milano "Discovery of bioactive metabolites at NAICONS"
11.10-11.20 Tullia Tedeschi Playing chemistry with food proteins: molecular tools for food safety, food authenticity and food waste valorization
11.20-11.30 Elena Cini Bioconjugation Chemistry for Development of new Antibody Drug Conjugates
11.30-11.40 Luca D'andrea Chemical ligation approaches for protein synthesis and modification
11.40-11.50 Francesco Sansone Ammonium containing calixarenes as multivalent systems for the delivery of nucleic acids and mimics
11.50-12.00 Alessandro D'Urso Porphyrins as versatile tool to design switches, probes and multicomponent arrays with biomolecules
12.00-12.10 Michael Assfalg Biomolecular recognition at nanoparticle surfaces: characterization of association equilibria and mapping of binding sites
12.10-12.20 Barbara La Ferla Glycotools for biotecnological applications
12.20-12.30 Roberto Corradini Design and synthesis of Peptide Nucleic Acids (PNAs) for DNA and RNA-based Therapeutic and Diagnostic Applications.
14.00-14.40 Le Biotecnologie e l'industria
14.00-14.20 Dr. Paolo Ingallinella - DiaSorin SpA Milano "Chemistry and biotechnology for immunodiagnostics: a tight synergy for innovation"
14.20-14.40 Prof. Oreste Piccolo-Studio di Consulenza Scientifica Lecco "A personal journey in the application of biocatalysis to the synthesis of fine chemicals
14.40-15.30: Comunicazioni Flash
14.40 Alessandra Romanelli Self-assembling nucleic acid analogues for the fabrication of new fluorescent materials
14.45 Barbara Zambelli In-cell targeting of activity and maturation of Helicobacter pylori urease as a novel strategy for antibacterial drug screening
14.50 Antonia Lopreside Wireless Monitoring of endocrine disrupting chemicals with sensitive bioluminescent yeast biosensor
14.55 Carlo Morasso Raman imaging as tool for the label free characterization of cells and tissue
15.00 Ylenia Beniamino Nickel effects on human health: NDRG1 and SrnR, two proteins related to Ni2+ dependent tumorigenesis and infections
15.05 Arrigoni Federica Quantum Chemistry serving biotechnologies: the interesting case of metalloenzyme active sites.
15.10 Marco Cespugli In silico screening of enzymes for polycondensation using structure-based bioinformatic analysis and BioGPS descriptors
15.15 Simona Fermani Unravelling the shape and structural assembly of photosynthetic GAPDH complexes from Arabidopsis thaliana
15.30-16.50 Comunicazioni orali
15.30-15.40 Andrea Falanga PNA-functionalized adenoviral vectors as new tool for gene modulation in anti-cancer treatment
15.40-15.50 Rebecca Pogni Ligninolytic enzymes: insights on the catalytic mechanism, enzymatic immobilization and LCA analysis
15.50-16.00 Valeria Costantino Biotech applications deriving from Quorum Sensing Studies in marine bacteria
16.00-16.10 Lucia Gardossi Chemo-enzymatic valorization of bio-based building blocks for the synthesis of functionalyzed polyesters
16.10-16.20 Chiara Samorì Polyhydroxyalkanoates: production, extraction and novel applications
16.20-16.30 Paola Galletti Alcohols and amines bio-oxidation using Laccase-mediator system
16.30-16.40 Maria Calabretta Improving Cell-Based assays and whole-cell biosensors with bioluminescent 3D cell culture models
16.40-16.50 Luca Mazzei Biochemical and structural studies on the inhibition of urease, a nickel-dependent virulence factor
17.30 Chiusura lavori