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There is one- because- while these domes form, genes also start to act that produce the milk proteins, so we see that these domes are the expression, the initial formation of the alveoli, where milk is formed, you understand? Therefore it is a crucial point for the differentiation of the mammary gland. We haven't looked further into this area, so this is recent work.
Appunto sono una- perchè- mentre si formano questi 'domes', cominciano ad agire anche geni che producono le proteine del latte, per cui si vede, questi 'domes' sono l'espressione, l'iniziale formazione degli alveoli, dove si forma il latte, capisci? Perciò è un punto cruciale per la differenziazione della ghiandola mammaria. Non siamo andati più oltre su questo campo e questi sono lavori recenti.

The Italian biologist Renato Dulbecco (1914-2012) had early success isolating a mutant of the polio virus which was used to create a life-saving vaccine. Later in his career, he initiated the Human Genome Project and was jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1975 for furthering our understanding of cancer caused by viruses.

Listeners: Paola De Paoli Marchetti

Paola De Paoli Marchetti is a science journalist who graduated with an honours degree in foreign languages and literature from the University Ca’Foscari, Venice. She has been a science journalist since the 1960s and has been on the staff of the newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore since 1970. She was elected president of UGIS (Italian Association of Science Journalists) in 1984. She has been a Member of the Board of EUSJA (European Union of Science Journalists’ Associations, Strasbourg), and was its president in 1987-1988 and 1998-2000. In May 2000 she was unanimously elected president emeritus. She was a member of the National Council of Italian Journalists (1992-1998). From 2002 to 2004 she was member of the working group for scientific communication of the National Committee for Biotechnology. She has also been a consultant at the Italian Ministry of Research and Technology and editor-in-chief of the publication MRST, policy of science and technology. She has co-authored many publications in the field of scientific information, including Le biotecnologie in Italia, Le piste della ricerca and Luna vent’anni dopo.

Duration: 36 seconds

Date story recorded: May 2005

Date story went live: 24 January 2008