Clara De Palma

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Nitric oxide is a short-lived intracellular and intercellular messenger. The first realisation that nitric oxide is important in physiology occurred in 1987 when its identity with the endothelium-derived relaxing factor was discovered. Subsequent studies have shown that nitric oxide possesses a number of physiological functions that are essential not only(More)
Autophagy, the main intracellular process of cytoplasmic material degradation, is involved in cell survival and death. Autophagy is regulated at various levels and novel modulators of its function are being continuously identified. An intriguing recent observation is that among these modulators is the sphingolipid metabolising enzyme, Acid Sphingomyelinase(More)
The 54 th O2k-Course is the 21 st presentation of high-resolution respirometry (HRR) in Schröcken since 1988. The O2k-Course includes experiments with biological samples, providing a practical overview of the Oxygraph-2k, with integrated on-line analysis by DatLab 4.3 (new upgrade), applications of the TIP-2k, and perspectives of high-resolution(More)
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