Watch in full all keynote lectures and plenary sessions of the 2015 edition of the ABCD national congress
In this seminar, Antonella De Matteis (TIGEM, Naples) demonstrates how identifying the genetic basis of a rare disease is invaluable to clarify its molecular pathogenesis
In this enlightening seminar, Pier Paolo Di Fiore (IFOM-IEO, Milan) discusses his group's recent findings as well as other evidence suggesting that breast cancer stem cells share features with normal mammary epithelial stem cells and are a marker of tumors endowed with a poorer prognosis.
In this seminar, Rossella Tupler (University of Modena) shows how a careful genetic characterization of a hereditary disease (Facioscapolohumeral muscular dystrophy, FSHD) can give insights into its molecular pathogenesis
In this seminar, Francesco Di Virgilio (University of Ferrara) has provided an overview and shown data addressing the functional interactions of purinergic receptors, Damage-Associated Molecular Patterns (DAMP) and the inflammasomes, with implications for the molecular pathogenesis of periodic fever