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Dept. of Pharmacy, University of Naples

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Cover for Biomacromolecules

Biomacromolecules 2019, Volume 20, Issue 3

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March 12, 2019 0

Molecules – Special Issue

Bioactive Peptides: from therapy to nutrition

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November 1, 2018 0

When peptide chemistry meets nanomedicine and nanotechnolgy

Using a multidisciplinary approach, which includes bioinformatics, peptide design, peptide chemistry, molecular and cell biology and biophysics, to illustrate the principles that govern the protein/membrane interactions and understanding the molecular forces underlying peptide-peptide interactions within the lipid environment of the cell membrane.

Cell-penetrating peptides

The group has proposed the exploitation of the internalization properties of membranotropic peptide gH625 for vector-mediated internalization strategies

Self-assembling peptides

Great interest has been devoted to the use of supramolecular objects possessing antibacterial activity which may be obtained by the self and co-assembly of AMPs. This strategy may help in overcoming the drawbacks of traditional AMPs

Anti-bacterial peptides

This topic is a very active and a open research field which is emerging as a key approach for solving the problem of antimicrobial resistance

Anti-viral peptides

The field of antiviral compound development is pivotal to combat viral diseases. In particular, the inhibition of HSV attachment and/or entry is a main area of research of the group

Prof. Stefania Galdiero

 

Associate Professor of Inorganic Chemistry in the Dept. of Pharmacy of University of Naples “Federico II”.

General and Inorganic Chemistry: formal and stoichiometry course to undergraduate students  

University of Naples

Adjunct Professor at Loyola University John Felice Rome Center

Formal courses: “ENVS273: Energy and the Environment”,  and “ENVS398: Science of Italian Art”

Loyola University, Rome Center

A scientist in his laboratory is not a mere technician: he is also a child confronting natural phenomena that impress him as though they were fairy tales.

(Marie Curie)