Principal investigator, project FFC20/2015: The overall goal of this project is to broaden our knowledge on role in vitro of mitochondrial quality control machinery to decode the pro-inflammatory signals generated during P. aeruginosa infection in CF. Our attention is addressed to investigate about the balance between xenophagy, mitophagy and UPRmt in P. aeruginosa-dependent inflammation response and identify which mechanism fail during CF pathogenesis.

Mitochondrial quality control machinery a role in the P. aeruginosa-triggered inflammatory response in Cystic Fibrosis

RIMESSI, Alessandro
2015

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Principal investigator, project FFC20/2015: The overall goal of this project is to broaden our knowledge on role in vitro of mitochondrial quality control machinery to decode the pro-inflammatory signals generated during P. aeruginosa infection in CF. Our attention is addressed to investigate about the balance between xenophagy, mitophagy and UPRmt in P. aeruginosa-dependent inflammation response and identify which mechanism fail during CF pathogenesis.
2015
Locale (anche progetti interni a UNIFE)
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Rimessi, Alessandro
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