The Department of Drug Science and Technology of Turin University in collaboration with INFN NIS and dottorato in Neuroscienze dell'Università di Torino presents the workshop
Ion Channel in cell physiology and disease: new perspectives and biosensor-based approaches.
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 TE8)
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Further information about the speakers and the program is available on the event brochure
Although it has been more than 50 years from the Hodgkin and Huxley discoveries, ion channels are still at the center of numerous debates about the regulation of cellular functions in pathological and physiological conditions. The last decades have been characterized by giant development of experimental methods that from the Patch Clamp technique proposed in the 70s by Sakmann and Neher has led us to the present days with the introduction of innovative methodologies sue h as optogenetic.
This workshop aims to provide a state of art of the functions and properties of ion channels in living cells and how the new generation of biosensors are actually available farstudying celi functions in physiological and pathological conditions.
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