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Passamonti Sabina, Pišot Rado; Lah Turnšek Tamara; Peterlin Borut; Gustincich Stefano; Storici Paola

Cross-border Italy-Slovenia biomedical research: Are we ready for horizon 2020? Conference proceedings with an analysis of innovation management and knowledge transfer potential for a smart specialization strategy

Passamonti Sabina, Storici Paola

Obiettivi e caratteristiche della conferenza

Passamonti Sabina

TRANS2CARE - Rete Transregionale per l’Innovazione ed il Trasferimento Tecnologico per il Miglioramento della Sanità

Pišot Rado

PANGEA - Attività fisica e nutrizione per un invecchiamento di qualità

Podergajs Neža, Motaln Helena; Vittori Miloš; Lah Turnšek Tamara

GLIOMA - Identificazione di nuovi marcatori di cellule staminali tumorali a scopo diagnostico e terapeutico

Peterlin Borut

SIGN - Network genetico sloveno-italiano

Fabbretti Elsa

MINA - Inquinanti Ambientali e Malattie Neurodegenerative: uno studio multidisciplinare basato su ricerca, formazione e innovazione

Storici Paola

PROTEO - Il centro transfrontaliero per lo studio di proteine per la ricerca e la diagnostica oncologica

Kenig Saša, et al.

Infrared micro-spectroscopy to distinguish glioma and glioma-stem cells

Ambrosetti Elena, Bosco Alessandro; Casalis Loredana

Nano-immuno assay development for the detection of cancer biomarkers

Scaggiante Bruna, et al.

Gt75 aptamer against eukaryotic elongation factor 1a as potential anticancer drug For castrate-resistant prostate cancer (crpc)

Rajcevic Uros, et al.

Characterization and use of monoclonal antibodies against bilitranslocase and its determination in clear cell renal cell carcinoma

D’Este Francesca, et al.

Towards novel strategies to prevent prosthetic joint infection: the potential of cationic Antimicrobial peptides

Šulek Franja, Milošev Ingrid

Inhibitory effects of chitosan coating against biofilm formation on metal implants

Barbisin Maura, Vanni Silvia; Legname Giuseppe

Novel markers for neurodegeneration

Antoniali Giulia, et al.

Molecular mechanisms of neurodegeneration involving the effect of environmental pollutants on dna repair enzymes

De Leo Luigina, Not Tarcisio

Intestinal antitransglutaminase antibodies to discover genetic gluten intolerance

Likar Polona, et al.

Spectral analysis of heart rate variability for assessment of autonomic nervous system activity during head-up tilt table testing

Sciancalepore Marina, Bernareggi Annalisa; Lorenzon Paola

Improving the regeneration of skeletal muscle

Bandiera Antonella, Lorenzon Paola; D’Andrea Paola

Biomimetic poypeptides: a new strategy for muscle tissue regeneration

Amadio Giulia, et al.

Krt14-expression as a marker of lung regeneration/repair

Stella Sabrina, et al.

3d modeling of tumor growth

Silvestrini Morena, et al.

Electrochemical biosensors for sensitive molecular diagnostics

Martelanc Mitja, et al.

Antioxidative blood status assessment by the free bilirubin assay

Hristovski Dimitar

Sign project telegenetics - providing remote genetic services in the cross-border region of Italy and Slovenia

Černelič Bizjak Maša, Jenko-Pražnikar Zala

Link between psychology and biology: dissatisfaction, inflammation and health

Petelin Ana, et al.

Early warning signs for metabolic syndrome

Petelin Ana, et al.

The association of adiponectin polymorphisms with food intake

Koren Katja, PANGeA team

Effect of a 14-day bed rest with recovery on muscle characteristics, of young and older adults

Boštjan Šimunič, PANGEA team

Main findings from a 14-day bed rest study in young and older adults

Nicolin Vanessa, De Iaco Doriano; Valentini Roberto

Metabolic bone disorders: from bench to bedside

Baldan Alessandro, et al.

Severe osteopenia in adolescence: poor bone health for life

Giudici Fabiola, et al.

Breastfeeding is an additional protective factor for breast cancer among women living in the metropolitan area of Trieste

Čvorović Jovana, et al.

Sensitivity of colon cancer cells to dietary flavonoids

Cataldo Francesca, Demarchi Francesca

Capns1 regulates usp1 stability and stem cells maintenance

Faoro Valentina, et al.

The human recq1 helicase is highly expressed in glioblastoma and plays an important role in tumor cell proliferation

Zancani Marco, et al.

Search for compounds able to modulate fof1 atp synthase in switching from life enzyme to cell death executor

Bertolini Alberto, et al.

Btl-like proteins as molecular markers to evaluate polyphenol accumulation potential and maturation rate in grape

Bernareggi Annalisa, Sciancalepore Marina; Lorenzon Paola

The microtransplantation technique: a simple ad useful approach to study receptors transplanted into xenopus oocytes

Fornasaro Stefano, et al.

Sers-based nanosensors for the sensitive detection of reactive oxygen species

Bais Giorgio, et al.

X-ray diffraction @ elettra synchrotron: atomic insight of your biomedical target

Giabbai Barbara, et al.

Multi & fast: the secret for a protein production facility@elettra

Lenac Roviš Tihana

Center for antibody production rijeka (capri)- towards a new resource for antibody-based tools

Savoia Anna

Sign website and database

Tronchin Alessandro, Savoini Adriano

Valutazione t.r.l.: commenti e conclusioni

Gardossi Lucia

Lo scenario della ricerca scientifica e dell’innovazione nella provincia di Trieste

Priore Riccardo, et al.

L’efficienza del trasferimento tecnologico nel contesto del Friuli Venezia Giulia

Escoffier Luca

The value of biomedical research within the trans2care network, and recommendations for the creation of tools to promote an effective transfer and exploitation of knowledge

Passamonti Sabina

Il sistema della ricerca biomedica transfrontaliera italo-slovena: un elemento strategico di specializzazione intelligente per la politica di coesione 2014-2020

Savoini Adriano, Tronchin Alessandro

Definition of technology readiness levels (trl) and application to biomedical field

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2014Definition of technology readiness levels (trl) and application to biomedical fieldSavoini, Adriano; Tronchin, Alessandro
2014Il sistema della ricerca biomedica transfrontaliera italo-slovena: un elemento strategico di specializzazione intelligente per la politica di coesione 2014-2020Passamonti, Sabina
2014The value of biomedical research within the trans2care network, and recommendations for the creation of tools to promote an effective transfer and exploitation of knowledgeEscoffier, Luca
2014L’efficienza del trasferimento tecnologico nel contesto del Friuli Venezia GiuliaPriore, Riccardo; et al.
2014Lo scenario della ricerca scientifica e dell’innovazione nella provincia di TriesteGardossi, Lucia
2014Valutazione t.r.l.: commenti e conclusioniTronchin, Alessandro; Savoini, Adriano
2014Sign website and databaseSavoia, Anna
2014Center for antibody production rijeka (capri)- towards a new resource for antibody-based toolsLenac Roviš, Tihana
2014Multi & fast: the secret for a protein production facility@elettraGiabbai, Barbara; et al.
2014X-ray diffraction @ elettra synchrotron: atomic insight of your biomedical targetBais, Giorgio; et al.
2014Sers-based nanosensors for the sensitive detection of reactive oxygen speciesFornasaro, Stefano; et al.
2014The microtransplantation technique: a simple ad useful approach to study receptors transplanted into xenopus oocytesBernareggi, Annalisa; Sciancalepore, Marina; Lorenzon, Paola
2014Btl-like proteins as molecular markers to evaluate polyphenol accumulation potential and maturation rate in grapeBertolini, Alberto; et al.
2014Search for compounds able to modulate fof1 atp synthase in switching from life enzyme to cell death executorZancani, Marco; et al.
2014The human recq1 helicase is highly expressed in glioblastoma and plays an important role in tumor cell proliferationFaoro, Valentina; et al.
2014Capns1 regulates usp1 stability and stem cells maintenanceCataldo, Francesca; Demarchi, Francesca
2014Sensitivity of colon cancer cells to dietary flavonoidsČvorović, Jovana; et al.
2014Breastfeeding is an additional protective factor for breast cancer among women living in the metropolitan area of TriesteGiudici, Fabiola; et al.
2014Severe osteopenia in adolescence: poor bone health for lifeBaldan, Alessandro; et al.
2014Metabolic bone disorders: from bench to bedsideNicolin, Vanessa; De Iaco, Doriano; Valentini, Roberto
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 50
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Il volume raccoglie gli atti della Conferenza Biomedica Transfrontaliera tenutasi all’Universita di Trieste il 27 febbraio 2014.

L’opera è redatta in tre lingue: italiano, sloveno e inglese, avendo come scopo principale raggiungere una platea multiculturale e multidisciplinare piu vasta possibile; fanno eccezionealcuni contributi a carattere prettamente specialistico.

Tre sezioni distinte seguono l’iniziale presentazione degli obiettivi e delle caratteristiche salienti della Conferenza.

La prima sezione raccoglie la descrizione dei cinque progetti biomedici finanziati dal Programma per la Cooperazione transfrontaliera Italia-Slovenia 2007-2013 – Trans2Care, Glioma, Mina, Pangea, Proteo e Sign, per mano dei rispettivi Coordinatori.

La seconda raccoglie i contributi tecnico-scientifici, a testimonianza dell’ampiezza e carattere d’avanguardia delle competenze presenti nell’Area transfrontaliera.

La terza parte raccoglie alcuni articoli che elaborano e approfondiscono i temi politici affrontati nella Conferenza.

La vivace discussione cha ha caratterizzato la Conferenza ha riguardato la sentita necessita di unire le forze per migliorare la qualita delle ricerche, da una parte, e l’efficienza nell’acquisizione di fondi europei, dall’altra. E fortemente sentita pure l’esigenza che i decisori politici siano maggiormente consapevoli dell’enorme patrimonio di competenze umane, esperienza storica e infrastrutture materiali d’avanguardia presenti nell’Area Programma. Un patrimonio che dovrebbe essere sfruttato a fondo per contribuire in modo significativo alla crescita intelligente, sostenibile e solidale di queste Regioni.

Pričujoči zbornik Čezmejne biomedicinske konference, ki je potekala 27. februarja 2014 na Univerzi v Trstu, vsebuje prispevke udeležencev konference.Knjiga je napisana v treh jezikih: italijanščini, slovenščini in angleščini. Cilj knjige je doseči ljudi iz različnih kultur in/ali strokovnega predznanja. Izjema so le določeni prispevki, ki imajo posebne tehnične in znanstvene vloge. Po uvodni predstavitvi namena konference sledijo trije različni tematski sklopi.

V I. delu so zbrani opisi petih biomedicinskih projektov, ki jih financira Program čezmejnega sodelovanja Slovenija-Italija 2007-2013, in sicer Trans2Care, Glioma, Mina, Pangea, Proteo in Sign. Prispevke so napisali vodje posameznih projektnih ekip.

V II. delu so dokumenti o tehničnih in znanstvenih temah, ki predstavljajo širino in znanstveno odličnost, ki je na voljo v Slovenija-Italija čezmejnem območju sodelovanja.

V III. delu je zbirka člankov, ki se nanaša na politična vprašanja, katerih se je vsebinsko dotaknila konferenca.

Ob zaključku konference je sledila intenzivna razprava o združitvi moči, da bi izboljšali kakovost raziskovalnega dela in stopnjo uspešnosti pri pridobivanju evropskih sredstev. Udeleženci konference prav tako upajo, da se bodo politični odločevalci pričeli zavedati ogromne zaloge človeškega kapitala in raziskovalne infrastrukture, ki je na voljo na programskem območju.

To je potrebno ustrezno izkoristiti za pametno, trajnostno in vključujočo rast teh regij.

The current book Proceedings of the Cross-Border Biomedical Conference, held at the University of Trieste on 27th February 2014, collects the contributions from the conference participants.

The document is presented in three languages: Italian, Slovene and English. Its aim is to reach people from a wide range of cultures and/or backgrounds of expertise.

The only exceptions are some contributions which have specific technical and scientific elements. Three distinct sections follow the initial presentation of the objectives and features of the Conference.

Part I collates the description of the five biomedical projects funded by the Cross-border Cooperation Programme Italy-Slovenia 2007-2013, i.e. Trans2Care, Glioma, Mina, Pangea, Proteo and Sign. The respective team managers wrote the contributions.

Part II collates the papers on technical and scientific topics, which give an idea of the breadth and cutting-edge character of the expertise available in the Italy-Slovenia cross-border cooperation area.

Part III is a collection of papers that elaborate on the political issues addressed by the Conference.

An intense discussion at the end of the Conference addressed the urgent need to unite efforts toimprove both the quality of our scientific work and to increase our capacity to attract European funds. The participants also expressed the hope that political decision makers become aware of the immense stock of human capital and research infrastructure available within the Programme Area. This should be properly exploited for a significant contribution to the smart, sustainable andinclusive growth of these Regions.