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  9. Peptidome characterization of plasma samples from healthy and hemorrhagic-shock rats. European Proteomics Association. Milano (Italy) 23-28 June 2018
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  17. Metabolomic state as early indicator of organ worsening in septic shock patients: feasibility study for small data sample. 12th Annual Conference of the Metabolomics Society, Dublin, 27-30 June 2016
  18. Multiscale modelling of mortality risk in a septic shock population. V Congresso del Gruppo Nazionale di Bioingegneria. Naples (Italy). 20-22June 2016
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  22. Proteomic analysis of plasma peptidome in healthy and hemorrhagic-shock rats. 16th Congress of the EUROPEAN SHOCK SOCIETY (ESS), Cologne, Germany, 24-26 September 2015
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  27. Different response to therapy in septic shock: an autonomic perspective. 40th Annual Conference on Shock, Fort Laurendale, FL, USA. June 3 – 6, 2017.
  28. Preliminary analysis of transcriptomic modifications in septic shock patients at multiple time points. 40th Annual Conference on Shock, Fort Laurendale, FL, USA. June 3 – 6, 2017.
  29. Responsiveness to therapy in the acute phase of septic shock: a metabolomics analysis. 40th Annual Conference on Shock, Fort Laurendale, FL, USA. June 3 – 6, 2017
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