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Archivio istituzionale della ricerca - Università di Camerino
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  • Role of CRF system in a model of binge eating in female rats

    Carlo, Cifani; Maria, Vittoria Micioni Di Bonaventura; Massimo, Ubaldi; Kenner, C Rice; Roberto, Ciccocioppo; Maurizio, Massi (2012)

    SEI Growth and Depth Profiling on ZFO Electrodes by Soft X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy

    Di Cicco, Andrea; Giglia, Angelo; Gunnella, Roberto; Koch, Stephan L.; Mueller, Franziska; Nobili, Francesco; Pasqualini, Marta; Passerini, Stefano; Tossici, Roberto; Witkowska, Agnieszka (2015)
    Projects: EC | SIRBATT (608502)

    Structural basis for lack of toxicity of the diphtheria toxin mutant CRM197

    Malito, E; Bursulaya, B; Chen, C; Surdo, Pl; Picchianti, M; Balducci, E; Biancucci, M; Brock, A; Berti, F; Bottomley, Mj; Nissum, M; Costantino, P; Rappuoli, R; Spraggon, G. (2012)
    CRM197 is an enzymatically inactive and nontoxic form of diphtheria toxin that contains a single amino acid substitution (G52E). Being naturally nontoxic, CRM197 is an ideal carrier protein for conjugate vaccines against encapsulated bacteria and is currently used to vaccinate children globally against Haemophilus influenzae, pneumococcus, and meningococcus. To understand the molecular basis for lack of toxicity in CRM197, we determined the crystal structures of the full-length nucleotide-fre...

    Finite key size analysis of two-way quantum cryptography

    Shaari, Jesni Shamsul; Mancini, Stefano (2015)
    Quantum cryptographic protocols solve the longstanding problem of distributing a shared secret string to two distant users by typically making use of one-way quantum channel. However, alternative protocols exploiting two-way quantum channel have been proposed for the same goal and with potential advantages. Here, we overview a security proof for two-way quantum key distribution protocols, against the most general eavesdropping attack, that utilize an entropic uncertainty relation. Then, by re...

    Neonatal exposure to permethrin pesticide causes lifelong fear and spatial learning deficits and alters hippocampal morphology of synapses.

    Nasuti, C; Fattoretti, P; Carloni, M; Fedeli, D; Ubaldi, M; Ciccocioppo, R; Gabbianelli, R (2014)
    Background During the neurodevelopmental period, the brain is potentially more susceptible to environmental exposure to pollutants. The aim was to determine if neonatal exposure to permethrin (PERM) pesticide, at a low dosage that does not produce signs of obvious abnormalities, could represent a risk for the onset of diseases later in the life. Methods Neonatal rats (from postnatal day 6 to 21) were treated daily by gavage with a dose of PERM (34 mg/kg) close to the no-observed-adverse-effec...
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