Roberta Palmieri

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Although good results have already been achieved in reciprocal walking for paraplegic patients using mechanical orthoses (e.g. ORLAU ParaWalker), improvements in lateral stiffness of walking devices could increase significantly the efficiency of ambulation. For this reason a method for monitoring the structural properties of an orthosis during locomotion(More)
Two peptide fragments, derived from the head and tail of rabbit muscle myokinase, were found to possess remarkable and specific ligand-binding properties (Hamada et al., 1979). By initiating systematic syntheses and measurements of equilibrium substrate-binding properties of these two sets of peptides, or portions thereof, which encompass the binding sites(More)
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