Ion Channel in cell physiology and disease

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Event date: from 28/06/2019 to 29/06/2019
nis colloquium

28th - 29th June 2019
Torino Esposizioni Palace (classroom: aula gialla)
corso Massimo d'Azeglio 15

The Department of Drug Science and Technology of Turin University in collaboration with  NIS  and  Scuola di Dottorato in Neuroscienze dell'Universit√† di Torino  presents the workshop

The workshop is a Nis Colloquium serie and is going to be held on June the 28th and 29th 2019 at Torino Esposizioni Palace (Classroom: Aula Gialla)

Ion Channel in cell physiology and disease
new perspectives and biosensor-based approaches.  

Although more than 50 years have passed since the discoveries of Hodgkin and Huxley, ion channels are still at the centre of numerous debates about the regulation of cellular functions under pathological and physiological conditions. Recent decades have been characterised by the considerable development of innovative and challenging methodologies, starting from the Patch Clamp technique proposed in the early 1970s by E. Neher and B. Sakmann, that have brought much deeper knowledge of the role that ion channels play.

This workshop aims to describe the state of art of ion channels function in cell physiology and disease. Novel tools of investigation and the use of biosensors for multiparameter cell monitoring will also be debated.

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Participation is free but is necessary complete the  registration form  before 06/17/2019

Info:  www.dstf.unito.it

Organizing Committee:  Valentina Carabelli Andrea Marcantoni Federico Picollo

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