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September 4 - 9, 2011

Scientic Campus,
Urbino University Carlo Bo, Italy
10
th
Multinational Congress on Microscopy 2011
Italian Society of Microscopical Sciences
Austrian Society for Electron Microscopy
Croatian Microscopy Society
Czechoslovak Microscopy Society
Hungarian Society of Microscopical Sciences
Serbian Society for Microscopy
Slovene Society for Microscopy
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Conference Organizers 4
Welcome Notes 5
General Information 6
Social Activities 8
Information for Presenters 9
Meetings of Societies 9
Commercial Exhibition 10
Scientic Program 12
Day-by-Day Schedule (Oral Presentations) 15
Poster Presentations 25
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Welcome Notes Conference Organizers
Dear Colleagues,
It is with great pleasure that, together with the president of the Italian Society of Microscopical
Sciences and with all the organizers, we welcome you at MCM2011, the Multinational Congress on
Microscopy, that, in the occasion of its Xth anniversary, will be organized in Urbino.
The Congress venue is the Scientic Campus of Urbino University Carlo Bo, a modern building
surrounded by gardens and terraces, in which all congress activities take place, as well as Welcome
Party, Lunches, Coffee Breaks, Farewell Party, Assemblies and Board Meetings.
As in previous Multinational Congresses, Plenary Sessions, by outstanding scientists from Europe,
USA and Canada, will be in the Campus Main Hall in the morning. Parallel sessions on Instrumenta-
tion and Methodology, Life Sciences and Materials Science are further scheduled in smaller rooms
nearby.
Well known scientists, suggested by Austrian, Croatian, Czechoslovak, Hungarian, Serbian, Slove-
ne and Italian Societies of Microscopy, will chair the thematic sessions, where invited talks and oral
presentations will cover important elds of the session contents. 5 poster prizes per topic will be
available and winners will be awarded during the Gala Dinner, on September 8, at the Sala Raffaello,
in Urbino historical centre.
The scientic programme, resulting from your contributions and consisting of more than 320 ab-
stracts, appears very stimulating. The presence of two relative new sessions , namely Ultrastructu-
ral Pathology, in Life Sciences, and Microscopy in cultural heritage, in Materials Science, raised
particular interest, well reecting a well known italian tradition and important Urbino peculiarities.
The large participation of young scientists, possibly also due to low registration fees and to a num-
ber of scholarships from EMS and SISM, demonstrates the full achievement of congress goal and is
a great pleasure for all of us.
The Scientic Campus, almost entirely at MCM2011 disposal, has an articulated structure allowing
the location of the trade exhibition at the ground oor, near the parking and not far from halls. We
worked a lot to offer 26 equipped spaces, where the most known companies in the eld of micro-
scopy can display their recent instrumentations for all the congress time. To facilitate trade exhibition
visits, poster session on Instrumentation and Methodology will be located close to the commercial
exhibition area, and a coffee break point will be present from Monday to Friday in the adjacent gar-
den.
The visit of the magic city of Urbino, appearing, when observed from the Campus, as a middle age
castle, is strongly recommended to delegates. A continuous bus service will be at disposal of parti-
cipants and accompanying people, to allow to see the Palazzo Ducale, the Oratori, the Casa di
Raffaello and our green sweet hills with their attractions.
We should like to thank all persons who helped us in the organization of MCM2011, friends of
the Italian Society of Microscopical Sciences, colleagues, young collaborators, PhD students and our
skilfull and precious university technicians. We are also grateful to prof. P. Mengucci, who, with great
dedication and tenacity, took care of the Proceeding book.
Finally, I am indebted to the Rector, who gave us any type of practical support and its unlimited
trust.
And thank to all of you for being here and for making MCM2011, with your contributions, an
outstanding event in all elds of microscopy.
Sincerely
Elisabetta Falcieri
Urbino, September 4 - 2011
International Advisory Board
Jos L. Carrascosa (Madrid)
Miran Ceh (Ljubljana)
Christian Colliex (Paris)
Fedor Ciampor (Bratislava)
Elisabetta Falcieri (Urbino)
Srecko Gajovic (Zagreb)
Jasmina Grbovic Novakocic (Belgrade)
Ferdinand Hofer (Graz)
Pavel Hozak (Praha)
Agnes Kittel (Budapest)
Aleksandra Korac (Belgrade)
Joachim Mayer (Aachen)
Amelia Montone (Rome)
Antonio Nanci (Montreal)
Margit Pavelka (Vienna)
Bla Pcz (Budapest)
Rok Romih (Ljubljana)
Nenad Tomasic (Zagreb)
Gustaaf Van Tendeloo (Antwerpen)
Marco Vittori Antisari (Roma)
Local Organizing Commitee
Federico Bastianelli
Michela Battistelli
Lorenzo Bedini
Sabrina Burattini
Adriana Di Cristoforo
Paola Ferri
Luigi Gobbi
Loretta Guidi
Oliviero Rusciadelli
Sara Salucci
Scientic Programme Committee
Giuseppe Arancia (Roma)
Maria Balsamo (Urbino)
Gianni Barucca (Ancona)
Riccardo Cuppini (Urbino)
Elisabetta Falcieri (Urbino)
Pietro Gobbi (Urbino)
Paolo Mengucci (Ancona)
Amelia Montone (Roma)
Agnese Molinari (Roma)
Andrea Minelli (Urbino)
Stefano Papa (Urbino)
Local Secretariat
Elisabetta Fucili
Local registration phone:
0722 304298
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General Information
Registration
The registration desk, in the entrance hall of the congress, will be open during the following times:
Sunday 14.00 - 19.00
Monday - Thursday 9.00 - 18.30
Friday 9.00 - 13.00
During these times, preregistered delegates can pick up their bags and conference materials.
Please be prepared with a proof of your student status and a proof of your advanced payment.
Information Desk
An information desk is available in the entrance hall next to the registration desk. Any questions
regarding presentations, conference materials, special assistance or exhibition can be addressed
to the conference staff, which will be present during the whole conference period. Maps, brochu-
res and information regarding social activities are also available.
WLAN and Internet area
A wireless network will be available throughout the whole building and will be free of charge.
An additional internet area with extra computers will be installed close to registration area.
Coffee Breaks
Tea, coffee and refreshments will be available in the morning (10.30 11.00) and in the afternoon
(16.00 16.30) close to the main hall, to the registration desk and to the exhibition area.
Badges
Participants, accompanying persons and exhibitors are kindly requested to wear their badges
during conference events.
Slide Centre
The material for oral presentations must be given to the slide centre before initiating morning or
afternoon sessions, for morning or afternoon presentations, respectively.
Transport and Parking
A bus service has been planned to guarantee continuous transfers connecting congress venue,
Hotels, University Residences and Urbino centre.
At least 150 free parking places are available close to the congress area.
Exhibition Opening Times
MCM2011 will host a major trade exhibition, which will bring together manufacturers of all different
kinds of microscopy techniques, as well as suppliers of accessories and consumables, preparation
tools, and image analysis systems.
Exhibition opening times
Monday Thursday 9.00 to 18.30
Chairpersons
Session chairpersons are asked to start and end sessions on
time, as delegates should have the opportunity to schedule
their individual daily program.
Oral Presenters
For oral presentations, the following times are allocated to the
individual categories:
Plenary Lectures 45 min
Invited Talks 30 min
Contributed Talks 15 min
Welcome Party
The MCM2011 Welcome Party will take place on Sunday,
September 4 2011 at 18.30 in the Campus Terrace.
Welcome Party is kindly offered by FEI.
Opening Ceremony
The Multinational Congress on Microscopy 2011 will ofcially
be opened on Monday, September 5 at 9.00 in the Main Hall
of Scientic Campus.
Conference Dinner
The Gala Dinner will take place on Thursday, September 8 at
20.15 in the Sala Raffaello of Urbino city. The Gala Dinner is
not included in the registration fee, but has to be booked se-
parately through the registration pages or at the Registration
Desk of the Conference. Gala Dinner fee is 25 euro.
Poster prizes
The winners, 5 per topic, will be awarded during Gala Dinner.
Closing Ceremony
The Farewell Party will take place after the nal sessions, Fri-
day September 9 at 12, in the Campus Cafeteria.
Drinks and light refreshments will be served.
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Social Activities Information for Presenters
Meetings of Societies
Board meeting of the Italian Society of Microscopical Sciences (SISM)
Monday, 5 September, lunchtime, Room N.
Multinational Board meeting
Tuesday, 6 September, lunchtime, Main Hall.
EMS Executive Board
Tuesday, 6 September, 18.15, Room N.
General Assembly of the European Microscopy Society (EMS)
Wednesday, 7 September, lunchtime, Main Hall.
General Assembly of the Italian Society of Microscopical Sciences (SISM)
Thursday, 8 September, 18.15, Main Hall.
Room N is available for other meetings at request.
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COMMERCIAL EXHIBITION, campus ground oor
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Scientic Program
Plenary Lectures
Monday 5 September
PL. L1 Protein structural rearrangements and the
building of a viral particle
Monday 5 September
PL. M1 Electron microscopy of transition-metal-doped
semiconductors
Tuesday 6 September
PL. I1 A comprehensive multi-signal approach for
the new generation of STEM microscopes
Tuesday 6 September
PL. M2 The Microscopy of Art through the Art of Microscopy:
Applications, Trends and Perspectives of Optical, Scanning
Electron and Atomic Force Microscopy in Cultural Heritage
Wednesday 7 September
PL. I2 Atomic Imaging in 2D and in 3D !
Wednesday 7 September
PL. L2 Plasticity of adipose organ and its implication
for human disordes
Thursday 8 September
PL. L3 The Biology of Implant Osseintegration
Thursday 8 September
PL. M3 Imaging of Light Elements and Single-Atomic
Column Compositional Analysis: Dream or Reality
J. L. Carrascosa
A. Kovcs
C. Colliex
M. Schreiner
G. Van Tendeloo
S. Cinti
A. Nanci
V. Radmilovic
9.45 - 10.30
11.00 - 11.45
8.30 - 9.15
9.15 - 10.00
9.00 - 9.45
9.45 - 10.30
8.30 - 9.15
9.15 - 10.30
Main Hall
Main Hall
Main Hall
Main Hall
Main Hall
Main Hall
Main Hall
Main Hall
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Instrumentation and Methodology


I1. Advanced techniques for atomic
resolution
I2. High resolution TEM and STEM
I3. Electron diffraction techniques
and analytical TEM
I4. Advances in SEM and HR-SEM
I5. Advances in optical and scanning
probe microscopy
I6. 3D-Imaging and nanotomography
I7. Advances in sample preparation
techniques
I8. Environmental microscopy, X-ray
and ion microscopy
chairpersons begin time and of time invited
G. Pozzi,
Bologna, I;
E. Carlino,
Trieste, I
Z. Zhang,
Leoben, A;
M. Catalano,
Lecce, I
F. Hofer, Graz,
A; M. Klemen-
tova, Praha,
CZ
L. Frank,
Brno, CZ;
M. Vittori Anti-
sari, Roma, I
F. Biscarini,
Bologna, I;
G. Dietler
Lausanne, CH
P. Midgley,
Cambridge, UK;
F. Rustichelli,
Ancona, I
J. Mayer, Aachen,
D; J. Nebesarova,
Cske Budeyovice,
CZ
N. Tomasic,
Zagreb, HR;
S. Frabboni,
Modena, I
Wednesday
7 september
11.00
Tuesday
6 september
15.00
Tuesday
6 september
10.00
Monday
5 september
11.45
Monday
5 september
16.30
Wednesday
7 september
16.30
Thursday
8 september
10.00
Thursday
8 september
15.00
12.30
17.30
12.30
15.45
17.45
18.00
12.45
17.30
P. A. Midgley,
Cambridge, UK;
P. Schattschneider,
Wien, A
B. Schaffer, Warring-
ton, UK; E. Carlino,
Trieste, I; E. Snoeck,
Toulouse Cedex, FR
D. Jacob, Lille, FR;
G. Drazic, Ljubljana,
SLO
C. Motz, Leoben, A;
I. Mullerova, Brno, CZ
V. Palermo, Bologna, I;
N. Thomson,
Leeds, UK
N. B. Matsko, Graz, A;
C. Hebert, Lausanne,
CH
A. Tombesi, Modena, I;
M. Cantoni, Lausanne,
CH
D. Kiener, Leoben, A;
H. Plank, Graz, A
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Life Sciences
L1. Multidisciplinary approaches in
biology and medicine
L2. High resolution microscopy in
biological sciences
L3. Live cell imaging
L4. Ultrastructural pathology
L5. Microscopical applications in
environmental sciences
L6. Extracellular matrix and calcied
tissues
L7. Structure and Imaging of
Biomolecules
L8. 3D subcellular architecture by
electron tomography
chairpersons begin time and of time invited
A. Korac, Bel-
grade, SRB;
G. Arancia,
Roma, I
P. Hozac,
Praha, CZ;
A. Molinari,
Roma, I
I. Kubinova,
Praha, CZ;
M. Erdani Kreft;
Ljubljana, SLO
G. Cenacchi,
Bologna, I;
D. Mitrecic,
Zagreb, HR
G. Bavestrello,
Ancona, I;
M. Balsamo,
Urbino, I
A. Nanci,
Montreal, CDN;
M. Raspanti;
Varese, I
S. Gajovic,
Zagreb, HR;
F. Ciampor,
Bratislava, SK
Z. Kristof,
Budapest, H;
D. Quaglino,
Modena, I
Wednesday
7 september
11.00
Tuesday
6 september
10.00
Thursday
8 september
16.30
Thursday
8 september
10.00
Friday
9 september
9.00
Tuesday
6 september
16.30
Monday
5 september
11.45
Monday
5 september
16.30
18.15
15.45
18.15
15.45
11.30
18.15
15.45
17.30
C. Pellicciari, Pavia,
I; A. Lametscwandter,
Salzburg, A. Kittel,
Budapest, H
M. Malatesta, Verona,
I; L. Dini, Lecce, I
R. Polishchuck, Napo-
li, I; S. Guido, Napoli, I
G. Macchiarelli,
Aquila, I; R. Romih,
Ljubljana; SLO
M. Ferraguti, Milano, I;
K. Janssens, Antwerp,
B
D. Quaglino, Modena,
I; M. Blumer,
Innsbruck, I
L. Bongini, Firenze, I;
P. Lupetti, Siena, I
M. Pavelka, Wien, A
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Materials Sciences
M1. Materials for nanotechnology
M2. Carbon based materials
M3. Semiconductors and magnetic
materials
M4. Thin lms,coatings, surfaces and
interfaces
M5. Metal alloys and intermetallics
M6. Ceramics, composites, minerals
and self-assembled materials
M7. Polymers and soft materials
M8. Microscopy in cultural heritage
chairpersons begin time and of time invited
Z. Vertesy,
Budapest,
H; M. Slouf,
Praha, CZ
Z. Czigani,
Budapest, H,
V. Morandi,
Bologna, I
B. Pecz,
Budapest, H;
R. Balboni,
Bologna, I
P. Mengucci,
Ancona, I,
G. Radnoczi,
Budapest, H
J. Labar,
Budapest, H;
A. Montone,
Roma, I
M. Ceh,
Ljubljana,
SLO, O. Milat
Zagreb, HR
C. Albonetti,
Bologna, I; J.
Grbovic Tomasic,
Belgrade, SRB
P. Vigato, Padova,
I; L. Baratin,
Urbino, I
Wednesday
7 september
11.00
Monday
5 september
11.45
Tuesday
6 september
10.00
Thursday
8 september
10.00
Tuesday
6 september
12.00
Friday
9 september
9.00
Monday
5 september
16.45
Thursday
8 september
16.30
17.15
16.45
12.00
15.30
17.15
11.30
18.30
18.15
F. Hofer, Graz, A:
D. Van Dyck, Antwerp, B
L. P. Bir, Budapest,
H; G. Tobias,
Barcelona, ES
A. Parisini, Bologna, I
N. Bibic, Belgrade,
SRB; J. Piqueiras,
Madrid, ES
C. Gammer, Vienna, A;
G. Dehm, Leoben, A
O. I. Lebedev, Caen,
FR, A. Gayovic,
Bijenicka, HR
F. Biscarini, Bologna, I;
P. Poelt, Graz, A
P. Colomban, Thiais,
FR;
M. Favaro, Padova, I
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Day-by-Day Schedule (Oral Presentations)
MCM 2011 Monday, 5 September 2011 Morning Sessions
MAIN HALL
9.00 - 9.45 Opening Ceremony
9.45 - 10.30 Plenary Lecture
Protein structural rearrangements and the building of a viral particle
J. L. Carrascosa (Madrid, ES)
11.00 - 11.45 Plenary Lecture
Electron microscopy of transition-metal-doped semiconductors
A. Kovcs, T. Kasama, C. B. Boothroyd and R.E. Dunin-Borkowski (Kcongeens Lyngby, DK)
11.45 - 12.15 Force spectroscopy of individual molecules
L. Bongini, F. Ritort, V. Lombardi (Firenze, I)
12.15 - 12.30
12.45 - 13.00
12.30 - 12.45
Advances in in-situ testing in scanning elec-
tron microscopes: probing mechanical pro-
perties at the nano/micro-scale
C. Motz, D. Kiener, C. Kirchlechner, W. Grosinger,
R. Pippan and G. Dehm (Leoben, A)
Graphene nanolithography
L. P. Bir, P. Nemes-Incze, G. Dobrik, K. J. Yoo,
Z. Vrtesy, Z. E. Horvth, L. Tapaszt, C. Hwang
(Budapest, H)
Electron-tomographic Analysis of Intraa-
gellar Transport Complexes in Situ
E. Vannuccini, F. Cantele, E. Paccagnini, G. Pigino, B.
Rossi, Maryam Etebari, J. Rosenbaum, S. Lanzavec-
chia, and P. Lupetti (Siena, I)
Examination of ultrathin lms with slow
electrons
I. Mllerov, M. Hovorka, I. Konvalina and L. Frank
(Brno, CZ)
Applications on combined EDS Spectral
Imaging and EBSD Mapping
H. Dijkstra (Breda, NL)
Oligothiophenes dynamical behavior insi-
de the carbon nanotubes characterized by
Aberration Corrected-HRTEM
B. Brtov, J. Leschner, U. Kaiser, P. Salice, M. Milko,
Jia Gao and C. Hbert (Lausanne, CH)
10.30 - 11.00 Coffee break
MAIN HALL ROOM D ROOM E
I4. Advances in SEM and HR-SEM L7. Structure and Imaging
of Biomolecules
M2. Carbon based materials
12.30 - 14.00 Campus cafeteria - lunch SISM Board (Room N)
MCM 2011 Sunday, 4 September 2011
14.00 REGISTRATION
17.00 - 17.30 G. Arancia
Short history of the multinational congress on microscopy
Department of Technology and Health, Italian National Institute of Health, Rome, Italy
Past President and Honorary Member of the Italian Society of Microscopical Sciences
17.30 - 18.00 L. Bedini
Urbino: an ideal city
University of Urbino Carlo Bo
MAIN HALL
18.30 Campus terrace Welcome party
Raffaello Sanzio
Scuola di Atene
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MCM 2011 Monday, 5 September 2011 Afternoon Sessions
I5. Advances in optical and scanning
probe microscopy
15.00 - 15.15
15.15 - 15.30
14.00 - 15.00 POSTER SESSION POSTER SESSION POSTER SESSION
Characterisation of functional carbon na-
notubes by means of electron microscopy
techniques
G. Tobias (Barcelona, ES)
Backscattered electrons in the SEM imaging
L. Frank, Z. Pokorn, . Mikmekov, I. Mllerov
(Brno, CZ)
Microstructural and compositional characteri-
zation of electrodeposited Fe-Pd thin lms
Z. Samardija, K. uek Roman, D. Peko, S. Kobe
(Ljubljana, SLO)
Display of FtsZ in Bacterial Cytoskeletal System
by Immune Fluorescence Staining Method
Y. Mater, F. Kaya Dagistanli, C. Buyukkayalar
(Gebze Kocaeli, TR)
Connement affects amyloid peptide structu-
re - Atomic Force Microscopy study
G. Foschi, E. Bystrenova, P. Greco, and F. Biscarini
(Bologna, I)
15.30 - 15.45
15.45 - 16.00
Implementation of tv-rate EBIC at a Dual Beam.
S.Podda, M.Vanzi, F.Tatti
Electron microscopy investigations of helical-
ly coiled carbon nanotubes synthesized by
CCVD
D. Fejes, M. Raffai, Z. Balogh, R. Smajda, L. Forro and
K. Hernadi (Szeged, HU)
Electron holography investigation of graphe-
ne membranes
L. Ortolani, E. Snoeck, C. Gatel, M. Monthioux, G. Paolo
Veronese and V. Morandi
(Bologna, I)
Expression analysis of Klf8 gene indicates that
this transcription factor is present in the mou-
se brain only in the neurons
N. Habek, N. Pavlid-Dujmenovid, K. Kapuralin, M. Dobri-
vojevid, I. Bohac ek, D. Gorup and S. Gajovic (Zagreb, HR)
17.00 - 17.15
17.15 - 17.30
17.30 - 17.45
17.45 - 18.00
18.00 - 18.15
Non-destructive visualization of sub-cellular
structures: a correlative approach
J. Evans, K. Czymmek, D. Carlson, J. Gelb, S. H. Lau,
and W. Yun (Pleasanton, CA, USA)
Chemical nanoanalysis of organic semicon-
ducting devices using EDXS and EELS
S. Fladischer, E. Kraker, M. Sezen, T. Haber, and W.
Grogger (Graz, A)
Analyses of Golgi apparatus reorganizations in
response to environmental changes caused
by ATP-depletion
C. Ranftler, C. Meisslitzer-Ruppitsch, M. Vetterlein, A.
Ellinger and M. Pavelka (Wien, A)
Wet-STEM microscopy of nanoparticles in
solvated state
M. Slouf and M. Stepanek (Prague, CZ)
Contrasting Polymers used in Organic Elec-
tronic Device Fabrication by STEM EELS
and EFTEM spectrum imaging
T. Haber, C. Auner, T. Rothlnder, U. Palnger, and
W. Grogger (Graz, A)
Advancing resolution and quantication of
dynamic atomic force microscopy on hetero-
geneous samples in ambient environments.
N.H. Thomson, S. Santos, D.J. Billingsley, W.A.
Bonass,V. Barcons and J. Font (Leeds, UK)
Calibrated Nanoscale Capacitance and Do-
pant Prole Measurements using a novel near
eld Scanning Microwave Microscope
G. Kada, M. Fenner, H.-P. Huber, H. Tanbakuchi, M. Moertelma-
ier, P. Kabos, J. Smoliner, P. Hinterdorfer, F. Kienberger (Wien, A)
Real-time in-situ SPM studies of organic se-
miconductor growth in ultra-high vacuum.
F. Biscarini, A. Straub, F. Borgatti, M. Murgia,
C. Albonetti (Bologna, I)
MAIN HALL ROOM D ROOM E
I4. Advances in SEM and HR-SEM L7. Structure and Imaging of Biomolecules M2. Carbon based materials
M2. Carbon based materials
M7. Polymers and soft materials
16.30 - 16.45
16.45 - 17.00
Atomic and Electronic Structure of Graphe-
ne-Oxide
K.A. Mkhoyan, A. Mkhoyan (Minnesota, USA)
In situ experiments with soft materials in the
ESEM Development of new test methods
P. Poelt, H. Reingruber, and A. Zankel (Graz, A)
Dynamic architectures of the Golgi apparatus
visualized three-dimensionally by electron to-
mography
M. Pavelka, C. Ranftler, C. Meisslitzer-Ruppitsch, M.
Vetterlein, A. Ellinger and J. Neumller (Wien, A)
Measuring the electric potential at nanoscale
by Scanning Probe Microscopy
V. Palermo, Andrea Liscio, Paolo Samor (Bologna, I)
L8. 3D subcellular architecture
by electron tomography
16.00 - 16.30 Coffee break
18.15 - 18.30
Non-destructive 3D measurements of desa-
lination membranes using multi-length scale
x-ray computed tomography
J. McCutcheon, S. H. Lau, J. Gelb, A. Gu, C. Bassell,
J. Deverell, and W. Yun (Pleasanton, CA, USA)
MCM 2011 Tuesday, 6 September 2011 Morning Sessions
8.30 - 9.15
9.15 - 10.00
Plenary Lecture
A comprehensive multi-signal approach for the new generation of STEM microscopes
C. Colliex (Paris, FR)
Plenary Lecture
The Microscopy of Art through the Art of Microscopy: Applications, Trends and Perspectives of Optical, Scanning Electron and Atomic Force
Microscopy in Cultural Heritage
M. Schreiner (Wien, A)
Structure and function of human salivary glan-
ds as seen by TEM and HRSEM
A. Riva (Cagliari, I)
Quantitative analysis of precession electron
diffraction for microstructure characterization
D. Jacob (Lille, FR)
Quantitative dopant depth proling in ultra
shallow junctions and implants in Si by TSA-
DF-STEM.
A. Parisini and V. Morandi (Bologna, I)
MAIN HALL ROOM D ROOM E
I3. Electron diffraction techniques and
analytical TEM
L2. High resolution microscopy in biological
sciences
M3. Semiconductors and magnetic
materials
12.00 - 12.15
12.15 - 12.30
12.30 - 12.45
Morphological and structural investigation of
pH sensitive vesicles for cytoplasmatic drug
delivery
L. Dini, E. Panzarini, C. Marianecci, M. Carafa, A. Serra,
A. Buccolieri, D. Manno and L. Di Marzio (Lecce, I)
TEM investigations of bulk nanocrystalline
intermetallics in 3D
C. Gammer, D. Geist, C. Mangler, H.P. Karnthaler and
C. Rentenberger (Wien, A)
Inuence of plural scattering on quantitative
magnetic information measured by EMCD
J. Rusz, H. Lidbaum, S. Rubino, B. Hjrvarsson, K.
Leifer, P. M. Oppeneer, O. Eriksson (Uppsala, S)
Dynamic Convergent Beam Electron Diffraction
M.K. Santala, B.W. Reed, T. LaGrange, G.H. Campbell,
and N.D. Browning (Livermore, CA. USA)
M5. Metal alloys and intermetallics
11.00 - 11.15
11.15 - 11.30
11.30 - 11.45
Nanoparticles synthesis through the eyes of
an analytical electron microscopy
G. Drazic (Ljubljana, SLO)
Grain orientations from CBED Kikuchi patterns
J.L. Lbr (Budapest, HU)
TEM studies of PbS quantum dots for high
efciency solar cells
P. Schindler, N. P. Dasgupta, O. Trejo, C. Rentenberger,
T. Waitz, M. Stger-Pollach, F. B. Prinz, and H. P. Kar-
nthaler (Wien, A)
Analytical (S)TEM-Investigations of Magnetic
Semiconductors and Heusler Alloys
A. Meingast, A. Bonanni, R. Koch and G. Kothleitner
(Graz, A)
Ultrathin La0.7 Sr0.3MnO3 lms studied by
Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
A. Gambardella, I. Bergenti, P. Graziosi, M. Prezioso,
F. Borgatti, F. Biscarini, and V. A. Dediu (Bologna, I)
3D visualization of collagen in artificial scaf-
folds using two-photon excitation and second-
harmonic generation imaging
M.C apek, Z. Burdkov, E. Filov, E. Kotkov, and J.
Jancek (Kladno, CZ)
Ultrastructural histochemistry is a valuable
tool for investigating cell nuclear alterations in
skeletal muscle wasting
M. Malatesta, C. Zancanaro, P. Fattoretti, G. Meola and
C. Pellicciari (Verona, I)
11.45 - 12.00 The surface morphology of urothelium by FEG
SEM and AFM
M.E. Kreft, K. uek Roman, Z. Samardija and R. Ro-
mih (Ljubljana, SLO)
EELS and EFTEM analysis of large dataset for
chemical analysis and quantication
C. Hbert, G. Lucas, R. Schublin, P. Unifantowicz, and
T. Pocioski (Lausanne, CH)
Electron microscopy of diamond layers
grown over InAlN/GaN HEMT structures
L. Tth, . Barna, B. Pcz, M. Alomari, S. Rossi and E.
Kohn (Budapest, H)
10.30 - 11.00 Coffee break
10.00 - 10.30
12.30 - 14.00 Campus cafeteria - lunch Multinational Board (Main Hall)
PIP2: A new key player in nucleolar structure
and transcription of ribosomal genes ?
S. Yildirim, E. Castano, V.V. Philimonenko, A.A. Phili-
monenko, R. Dzijak, M. Sobol and P. Hozk (Praga, CZ)
Magnetic dichroism in the TEM: a tool for the
investigation of magnetism on the nanoscale
I. Ennen, S. Lfer, M. Stger-Pollach,
A. Htten and P. Schattschneider (Wien, A)
MCM 2011 18 MCM 2011 19
MCM 2011 Tuesday, 6 September 2011 Afternoon Sessions
14.00 - 15.00 POSTER SESSION POSTER SESSION POSTER SESSION
15.00 - 15.15
15.15 - 15.30
Obtaining a quantitative micro- and nano-
mechanical understanding of metals using
in situ electron microscopy
G. Dehm, and D. Kiener (Leoben, A)
Applications of atomically resolved EELS map-
ping and HAADF imaging in aberration cor-
rected STEM
B. Schaffer, M. Schaffer, Q. Ramasse, F. Azough, D.
Abou-Ras, I. MacLaren and A. Craven (Warrington, UK)
The possibility of multiple immunolabelling in
high resolution scanning electron microscopy.
J. Nebesarova, M. Slouf, P.Hozak, and M.Vancova
(Ceske Budejovice, CV)
In vivo multi-photon molecular imaging reveals
inammatory parenchymal-stromal cell cross
talks in adult common diseases
S. Nishimura, and Mika Nagasaki (Tokyo, J)
15.30 - 15.45
15.45 - 16.00
18.00 - 18.15
Early stages of precipitation ofa WE43 ma-
gnesium alloy
G. Barucca, A. Di Cristoforo, R. Ferragut, F. Fiori, D.
Lussana, P. Mengucci, F. Moia, G. Riontino (Ancona, I)
TEM investigation of the formation of solid
solution phases in Cu-Mn alloy thin lms de-
posited by DC magnetron sputtering
Zs. Czigny, F. Misjk, O. Geszti, G. Radnczi
(Budapest, HU)
Electron diffractive imaging at sub-ngstrm
resolution
E. Carlino, L. De Caro, D. Siliqi, C. Giannini (Trieste, I)
High resolution analysis of vesicles at identied
synaptic sites in locust
D. Kolb, J. Neumller, M. Anna Pabst, M. Pavelka, F. C.
Rind, O. Shupliakov, P. J. Simmons, and G. Leitinger,
(Graz, A)
Mineralized extracellular matrices in isopod
crustaceans: a microscopic approach to mor-
phogenesis and function
N. nidaric, M. Vittori, M. Tuek nidaric, P. Mrak, R.
Kostanjek and J. trus (Ljubljana, SLO)
17.00 - 17.15
17.15 - 17.30
The role of the TRAP enzyme in epiphyseal
bone development
D. Hoelbling-Patscheider, J. Stempel, M. Blumer
(Innsbruck, A)
Three-dimensional reconstruction of graphene
membrane folded edges from strain mapping
L. Ortolani, C. Gatel, E. Snoeck, M. J. Htch, M. Mon-
thioux, G. P. Veronese, R. Rizzoli, and V. Morandi (Bo-
logna, I)
Usual and Unusual Effects in ADF-STEM Ima-
ging of Dopant Atom in Crystals
K.A. Mkhoyan, A. Mittal, A.A. Gunawan (Minnesota, USA)
Growth kinetic of Al2Cu precipitates during
in-situ TEM heating in severe plastically de-
formed Al-3wt%Cu alloy
B. Rashkova, M. Faller, R. Pippan, and G. Dehm,
(Leoben, A)
16.30 - 16.45
16.45 - 17.00
The extracellular matrix: where interactions
made the difference
D. Quaglino (Modena, I)
Simultaneous mapping of strain and electric
polarization across ferroelectric domain wall
E. Snoeck, A. Lubk, C. Magen, M.D. Rossell, G. Catalan,
B. Noheda and M. Htch (Toulouse Cedex, FR)
TEM-studies of radiation-induced structural
effects observing in pressure vessel steels of
pressurized water reactors
B. A. Gurovich, E. A. Kuleshova, K. E. Prikhodko,
A. S. Frolov, and S. V. Fedotova (Moscow, RUS)
TEM characterization of closed-cell structure
of aluminium foam
D. Jenko, I. Paulin, and M. Jenko (Ljubljana, SLO)
L6. Extracellular matrix and calcied tissues
MAIN HALL ROOM D ROOM E
I2. High resolution TEM and STEM L2. High resolution microscopy in biological
sciences
M5. Semiconductors and magnetic
materials
16.00 - 16.30 Coffee break
10.30 - 11.00 Coffee break
17.30 - 17.45 Matrix metalloproteinases of the human dentin.
P. Gobbi, A. Mazzoni, F. Nato, A. Ruggeri jr., L. Breschi
and G. Mazzotti (Urbino, I)
Micro- and nanostructure of scleractinian coral
skeleton: A combined study by X-ray Computed
Tomography and Scanning Electron Microscopy
J. Stolarski, J. Gelb, A. Gu, S. H. Lau, and W. Yun
(Pleasanton, CA, USA)
17.45 - 18.00
18.15 EMS Executive Board (Room N)
MCM 2011 Wednesday, 7 September 2011 Morning Sessions
9.00 - 9.45
9.45 - 10.30
11.30 - 12.00
12.00 - 12.15
12.30 - 12.45
12.15 - 12.30
Plenary Lecture
Atomic Imaging in 2D and in 3D !
G. Van Tendeloo, S. Bals, S. Van Aert (Antwerp, B)
Plenary Lecture
Plasticity of adipose organ and its implication for human disordes
S. Cinti (Ancona, I)
Small vesicles with big hope. Advantage of
TEM and AFM in the characterisation of mi-
crovesicles
. Kittel (Budapest, HU)
Enzyme-assisted cell photosensitization: sub-
cellular damage as revealed by uorescence
and electron microscopy
C. Pellicciari, A.C. Croce, M.G. Bottone, M. Malatesta
and G. Bottiroli (Pavia, I)
Electrons with a twist: Chiral electronic transi-
tions and vortex beams
P. Schattschneider, J. Verbeeck, S. Lfer, and M. St-
ger-Pollach (Wien, A)
Direct structure inversion from exit waves
A. Wang, F.R. Chen, S. Van Aert, and D. Van Dyck
(Antwerp, B)
Microscopy of Indium doped Gallium Oxide
Micro- and nanostructures
I. Lpez, E. Nogales, B. Mndez, J. Piqueras, A. Peche-Herrero,
J. Ramrez-Castellanos and J. M. Gonzlez-Calbet (Madrid, ES)
Microstructural modication upon hydrogen
cycling of MgH2 nanocomposites
A. Montone, A. Aurora, D. Mirabile Gattia, and M. Vittori
Antisari (Rome, I)
Phase shift effect in a Feynman which-way
double-slit experiment with free electrons
S. Frabboni, G.C. Gazzadi, and G. Pozzi (Modena, I)
Transmission Electron Microscopy of Nano-
structured Materials
F. Hofer, M. Albu, W. Grogger, W. Haas, T. Haber, and G.
Kothleitner (Graz, A)
MAIN HALL ROOM D ROOM E
The surface modication inuences the upta-
ke and cytotoxicity of magnetite nanoparticles
- ultrastructural and EELS study.
F. C iampor, M.Mesroov, I.Vvra, A.Gbelov
(Bratislava, SK)
11.00 - 11.30 Scanning electron microscopy of vascular cor-
rosion casts enables to study growth and re-
gression of the blood vascular system
A. Lametschwandtner, H. Bartel, W. Tangphokhanon,
and B. Minnich (Salzburg, A)
Towards 3D atomic resolution using electron
tomography an overview of progress
P. A. Midgley, R. Leary and Z. Saghi (Cambridge, UK)
The future of electron microscopy in nano-
science
D. Van Dyck (Antwerp, B)
I1. Advances techniques for atomic
resolution
L1. Multidisciplinary approaches in biology
and medicine
M1. Materials for nanotecnology
12.30 - 14.00 Campus cafeteria - lunch EMS Generally Assembly (Main Hall)
MCM 2011 20 MCM 2011 21
MCM 2011 Wednesday, 7 September 2011 Afternoon Sessions
14.00 - 15.00 POSTER SESSION POSTER SESSION POSTER SESSION
MAIN HALL ROOM D ROOM E
I6. 3D Imaging and nanotomography L1. Multidisciplinary approaches in biology
and medicine
M1. Materials for nanotecnology
15.00 - 15.15
15.15 - 15.30
Mitochondrial Plasticity During Myoblasts Dif-
ferentiation
E. Barbieri, M. Battistelli, L. Casadei, L. Vallorani, G.
Piccoli, M. Guescini, A.M. Gioacchini, E. Polidori, S.
Zeppa, L. Stocchi, V. Stocchi and E. Falcieri (Urbino, I)
Mitochondrial re-modelling in brown adipocytes
A. Korac (Belgrade, SRB)
Integration of an ultramicrotome and specially
designed AFM for cryo serial section tomogra-
phy of soft materials
A. E. Emov, H. Gnaegi, I. Haynl, V. Sevastyanov, W.
Grogger, F. Hofer and N. B. Matsko (Graz, A)
In situ experiments on chalcogenide-based
phase-change materials using dynamic tran-
smission electron microscopy
M.K. Santala, T. Topuria, B.W. Reed, T. LaGrange, G.H.
Campbell, and N.D. Browning (Livermore, CA, USA)
Characterization of one-dimensional cerium-
phosphate nanostructures prepared by rapid
hydrothermal and sonochemical method
P. Pusztai, . Kukovecz, Z. Knya (Szeged, HU)
MCM 2011 Thursday, 8 September 2011 Morning Sessions
8.30 - 9.15
9.15 - 10.00
Plenary Lecture
The Biology of Implant Osseintegration
A. Nanci (Montreal, CDN)
Plenary Lecture
Imaging of Light Elements and Single-Atomic Column Compositional Analysis: Dream or Reality
V. Radmilovic (Belgrade, SRB)
MAIN HALL ROOM D ROOM E
10.30 - 11.00 Coffee break
10.00 - 10.30
11.00 - 11.15
11.15 - 11.30
11.30 - 11.45
11.45 - 12.00
12.00 - 12.15
12.15 - 12.30
12.30 - 12.45
Ultrastructure and morphofunctional changes
of cryopreserved human oocyte
G. Macchiarelli, G. Coticchio, A. Borini and S.A. Nottola
(Aquila, I)
From darkroom to computer
A. Tombesi (Modena, I)
Sample Preparation Techniques for the latest
Generation of Electron Microscopes
M. Cantoni, D.Laub, C. Hbert (Lausanne, CH)
Ion Beam Induced Modications of Metal
Thin Films/Si bilayers
N. Bibic (Belgrade, SRB)
Electron microscopy study of doped micro-
and nanostructures of semiconducting oxides
J. Piqueiras, J. Bartolom, A. Cremades, P. Fernndez,
D. Maestre, Y. Ortega and A. Urbieta (Madrid, ES)
I7. Advances in sample preparation
techniques
L4. Ultrastructural pathology M4. Thin lms, coatings, surfaces and
interfaces
Autoschizis: a cell death found in tumour im-
plants induced by an oxidative mechanism lead
by ascorbate + menadione or Apatone .
J. Gilloteaux, J.M. Jamison, D. Arnold, K. McGuire, and
J.L. Summers (Newcastle upon Tyne, UK)
Urothelial cell membranes in health and disease
R. Romih (Ljubljana, SLO)
Ultrastructural analysis of after-stress reparation
on the model candida guilliermondii
K.O.Hovnanyan, C.A.Sargsyan, A.L.Navasardyan,
M.K.Hovnanyan (Yerevan, ARM)
Follicular ovarian atresia in the olm (Proteus
anguinus anguinus)
L. B. Mali and Boris Bulog (Ljubliana, SLO)
Development of laser microtomography for
quantitation of single cell volume in early
mouse embryo
M.A. Pogorelova, E.V. Kornienko, A.I. Panait (Pushchino, RUS)
FIB sample preparation for atomic resolution
STEM at low kV
M. Schaffer, B. Schaffer, M. Falke, Q. Ramasse, I.
Godfrey, and R. Caballero (Warrington, UK)
Critical evaluation of sample processing methods
leading to improvement of immunogold labeling
M.A. Sobol, V.V. Philimonenko, A.A. Philimonenko, and
P. Hozk (Prague, CZ)
Nanotechnology and forensic sciences: a novel
fabrication procedure for the detection ammuni-
tion features by microscopy
F. Valle, M. Bianchi, S. Tortorella, G. Pierini, F. Biscarini
and M. DElia (Bologna, I)
Applications of Atomic Force Microscopy for Na-
notoxicity, Ultrastructural Pathology and Medical
Diagnostics
G. Kada, C. Lamprecht, A. Ebner, H.-P. Huber, R. Silye,
K. Schilcher, F. Kienberger, P. Hinterdorfer (Wien, A)
Improvement of targeted anticancer therapy by
autophagy modulation
M. Condello, P. Lista, G. Arancia and S. Meschini
(Roma, I)
Nanostructure of buried interface layers in TiO
2

anatase thin lms grown on LaAlO
3
and SrTiO
3

substrates
R. Ciancio and E. Carlino, C. Aruta, D. Maccariello, F.
Miletto Granozio and U. Scotti di Uccio (Trieste, I)
Microstructural evolution of Mg-Al-O, Mg-Cr-O
and Y-Al-O thin lms synthesized by reactive
magnetron sputtering
N. Jehanathan, M. Saraiva, D. Depla, and G. Van Ten-
deloo (Antwerp, B)
Aberration-corrected HRTEM imaging and
density functional theory-based models of a Pt/
alumina interface
M.K. Santala, C. Ophus, M. Asta, and V.R. Radmilovic
(Livermore, CA, USA)
Tips and Tricks to nd Specic Cells in the large
3D Complex of Tissue for Electron Microscopic
Analysis
C. Loussert and Bruno M. Humbel (Lausanne, CH)
Thickness-dependent Dielectric Constant of Or-
ganic Ultra-thin Films
C. Albonetti, J. de Silva, M. Sferrazza, and F. Biscarini
(Bologna, I)
12.30 - 14.00 Campus cafeteria - lunch
17.00 - 17.15
17.15 - 17.30
17.30 - 17.45
Chloroquine enhances the cytotoxic effect of
the enzymatic oxidation products of spermine
on human melanoma cells (M14)
A. Molinari, M. Condello, G. Bozzuto, N. Viceconte, S. Sac-
coccio, G. Tempera, G. Arancia and E. Agostinelli (Rome, I)
Microscopic analysis of homing, differentiation
and survival of stem cells transplanted into
nervous tissue
D. Mitrecic, C. Nicaise, S. Gajovid, and R. Pochet
(Zagreb, HR)
Study of synthesis, uptake and biocompatibili-
ty of microcapsules and microbubbles in bre-
ast adenocarcinoma cells
M. Colone, M. Tortora, M. Zhou, M. Ashokkumar, F. Cava-
lieri and A. Stringaro (Rome, I)
Electron tomography in the scanning electron
microscope
M. Ferroni, A. Migliori, V. Morandi, L. Ortolani, G. Sber-
veglieri (Brescia, I)
Analytical electron tomography: a powerful tool
for the 3D nanoscale determination of the che-
mical distribution of nanostructures
L. Roiban, L. Sorbier, P. Bayle-Guillemaud, J. Werck-
mann, M. Drillon, O. Ersen (Strasbourg, FR)
17.45 - 18.00
18.00 - 18.15
The Rhizobium-legume symbiosis: a complex
process of root nodule organogenesis
R. Tat, V. Pennone, S. Alfano, S. Arbucci, M. Cermola,
and E.J. Patriarca (Naples, I)
Morphology, ultrastructure and extracellular
proteome of sugarbeet tissue lines related to
cell differentiation
D. Poljuha, D. Pavokovid, A. Horvatid, N. Ljubeid,
D. Hagge, M. Krsnik-Rasol (Pula, HR)
Serial block face scanning electron microscopy
for three dimensional structural and elemental
analysis of materials
A. Zankel, H. Reingruber, H. Schroettner, P. Poelt (Graz, A)
Mapping a locust movement detecting neuron
using serial block face scanning electron mi-
croscopy
G. Leitinger, P. Plt, A. Zankel, A. Vorster, F. C. Rind
(Graz, A)
16.00 - 16.30 Coffee break
15.30 - 15.45
15.45 - 16.00
16.45 - 17.00
3D imaging by Focused Ion Beam Nano-
Tomography for life sciences and materials
sciences.
C. Hbert, M. Cantoni, P. Burdet, and G. Knott
(Lausanne, CH)
Virtual microscopy: a review and update of the
current equipment, methods and e-learning
possibilities
R. Coleman (Haifa, IL)
The pleiotropic nature of creatine
P. Sestili, M. Battistelli, C.Martinelli, E. Barbieri, L. Po-
tenza, S. Sartini, M. Guescini, C. Fimognari, L. Vallorani,
G. Piccoli, V. Stocchi, E. Falcieri (Urbino, I)
Migration and invasion behaviours of tumor cells
G. Bozzuto, M. Colone, M. Condello, P. Ruggieri, L. Toc-
cacieli, A. Molinari (Rome, I)
16.30 - 16.45 Differantiation of Umbilical Cord Blood Derived
Mesenchymal Stem Cells into Different Cell
Types
S. B. Ozdas, T. F. Basar, A. Yurtsever (Istanbul, TR)
Mapping of geometrical characteristics and 3D
visualization of blood capillary network from
confocal microscopic images
J. Jancek, P. Karen, O. Chernyavskiy, J. Michlek, X.W.
Mao, M. Jirkovsk, and L. Kubnov (Prague, CZ)
Mechanical resistance of titanate nanowires
A.Spi, . Kukovecz, Z. Knya (Szeged, HU)
Fundamental proximity effects for electron
beam induced deposition processes
R. Schmied, Christian Gspan, Martina Dienstleder,
Stephan G. Michelitsch, Harald Plank (Graz, A)
AEM of complex nanospheres formed by
pulsed-laser deposition from an Al target in
a nitrogen atmosphere
S. turm, K. uek Roman, B. Markoli, E. Sarantopou-
lou, Z. Kollia, A. C. Cefalas, and S. Kobe (Ljubljana, SLO)
TEM characterization of -Fe
2
O
3
/SiO
2
nano-
composites
P. Brzda and M. Klementov (HusinecR

ez, CZ)
Investigation of three-dimensional morpho-
logy of the P3HT/CdSe hybrid thin lms by
electron tomography
L. Roiban, O. Ersen, L. Hartmann, M. Brinkmann, S.
Uttiya, A. Fiore, P. Reiss, F. Chandezon (Strasbourg, FR)
Micro and nano three-dimensional x-ray uo-
rescence, absorption, and phase contrast ima-
ging of materials
B. M. Patterson, G. J. Havrilla, L. Hunter, J. Kasahara, J.
Gelb, S.H. Lau, and W. Yun (Pleasanton, CA, USA)
MCM 2011 22 MCM 2011 23
MCM 2011 Thursday, 8 September 2011 Afternoon Sessions
14.00 - 15.00 POSTER SESSION POSTER SESSION POSTER SESSION
15.00 - 15.15
15.15 - 15.30
Plasticity of FIB fabricated micro-samples
investigated by in-situ micro-Laue diffraction
and in-situ TEM
D. Kiener, C. Kirchlechner, Z. Zhang, O. Ulrich, J.S. Mi-
cha and G. Dehm (Leoben, A)
Electron microscopic investigation of the Afri-
can horse sickness virus life cycle in mamma-
lian and insect cells
E. Venter, C. F. van der Merwe, and V. van Staden
(Pretoria, ZA)
Corrosion mechanism assessment of metallic
coatings thanks to the Helium ions microscopy
M. Ananth, B. De Benedetti, S. Grassini, C. Huynh, G.
Lamedica, D. Mombello, L. Scipioni, S. Sijbrandij
(Torino, I)
Electron microscopy in the Myobrillar myopa-
thy diagnosis
V. Papa, L. Tarantino, R. Salaroli, L. Badiali De Giorgi, E.
Pegoraro, M. Fanin, C. Angelini, G. Cenacchi (Bologna, I)
MAIN HALL ROOM D ROOM E
I8. Environmental microscopy, X-ray and
ion microscopy
L4. Ultrastructural pathology M4. Thin lms, coatings, surfaces and
interfaces
MCM 2011 Friday, 9 September 2011 Morning Sessions
9.00 - 9.30
9.30 - 10.00
10.00 - 10.15
10.15 - 10.30
11.00 - 11.15
11.15 - 11.30
11.30 - 11.45
Preparation of nano-at cellulose substrates for
dynamic degradation experiments via AFM
J. Dohr, P. Bubner, T. Ganner, C. Mayrhofer, M. Eibinger, B.
Nidetzky, H. Plank (Graz, A)
Hydroid ultraecology
G. Bavestrello, C. Cerrano, C. Di Camillo, S. Puce, T. Roma-
gnoli, S. Tazioli, C. Totti (Ancona, I)
Zinc oxide nanoparticles disrupt intestinal barrier
in developing Xenopus embryos: a multimicro-
scopical approach
N. Santo, U. Fascio, R. Bacchetta, P. Tremolada, E. Moschi-
ni, M. Camatini, P. Mantecca (Milano, I)
Increased frond abscission in Lemna colonies
may help in assessing water pollution
Keresztes , Fischer W, Topp C, Henke R, Eberius M, Ap-
penroth K-J (Budapest, HU)
Using morphological endpoints for detection
estrogen-like substances
D. Zikic, G. Uscebrka, S. Stojanovic, Z Kanacki (Novi Sad,
SRB)
Non-destructive Imaging and Spectroscopy of
Environmentally relevant Materials and Processes
K. Janssens, W. De Nolf, G. Nuyts, F. Vanmeert, M. Ra-
depont, He Tian J. Verbeeck and R. Terzano (Antwerp, B)
The spermatozeugmata of Tubifex tubifex (An-
nelida, Clitellata, Tubicinae) studied by different
technical approaches
M. Ferraguti, R. Marotta, U. Fascio (Milano, I)
Transmission electron microscopy and inorga-
nic chemistry needs
O.I. Lebedev, S. Turner, V. Pralong, B. Raveau and G.
Van Tendeloo (Caen, FR)
Microscopy in analysis of functional ceramics
and nanostructures
A. Gajovic, A. antic, R. Krsmanovic, A. M. T. Silva, D.
S. Su, and M. Ceh (Bijenicka, HR)
EBSD and TEM analyses of the composition
plane of Japanese twins in quartz
A. Lenart, Z. Samardija, B. Mirtic, M. Godec and S.
turm (Ljubljana, SLO)
Local State Imaging by Spectrometric Full-Co-
lor Cathodolumi-nescence Microscopy, -Distri-
bution of Bi
2
O
3
in ZnO Varistors-
H. Saijo, Y. Ohta, T. Matsumoto, A. Recnik and M.
Shiojiri (Wakayama, J)
Structural colors and nanostructures in lycae-
nid Blue buttery species how to recognize
and to be recognized in the same habitat
Z. Vrtesy, G Piszter, K. Kertsz, Z. Blint, L.P. Bir
(Budapest, HU)
Mapping the bonding of light elements in a
composite cutting tool material by DualEELS-
Spectrum Imaging
M. Albu, G. Kothleitner, J. Angseryd (Graz, A)
MAIN HALL ROOM E
L5. Microscopical applications in environ-
mental sciences
M6. Ceramics, composites, minerals and
self-assembled materials
16.30 - 16.45
16.45 - 17.00
17.00 - 17.15
17.15 - 17.30
17.30 - 17.45
17.45 - 18.00
18.00 - 18.15
Visualizing membrane trafc in vivo by correla-
tive light-electron microscopy.
R. S. Polishchuk (Napoli, I)
Changes in chloroplast structure under (Mg2+)
magnesium ion treatment. 3D imaging and
statistical analysis of CLSM data
R. Mazur, I. Rumak, K. Gieczewska, A. Mostowska, and
M. Garstka (Warsaw, PL)
Morphometric analysis of neuroblasts subjec-
ted to oxidative stress and creatine supplemen-
tation.
F. Bartolini, S. Sartini, P. Sestili, E. Colombo, C. Marti-
nelli, D. Lattanzi, S. Ciuffoli and R. Cuppini (Urbino, I)
Cell migration in vitro by time-lapse microscopy
S. Caserta, V. Preziosi, F. Ascione, G. Tomaiuolo, and S.
Guido (Napoli, I)
Alternative Patterning Strategies for Reduced
Thermal Stress during Focused Ion Beam Pro-
cessing
H. Plank, R. Schmied, E. Fisslthaler, B. Chernev, C.
Mayrhofer (Graz, A)
Electron Backscatter Diffraction a powerful
tool for the study of ancient materials
M. Favaro, A. Gambirasi (Padova, I)
SEM-EDS and Raman investigation on an-
cient written fragments from the great mo-
sque of Sanaa in Yemen
F. Pinzari, M.Bicchieri and M.C.Misiti (Roma, I)
Characterization of painting materials in Lo-
renzo Lotto wood panels from Recanati
M. L. Amadori, S. Barcelli, E. Marconi, and L. Valen-
tini (Urbino, I)
Electron behavior in Environmental-SEM : Ap-
plication to monitoring the degradation of con-
crete
L. Khouchaf (Lille, FR)
High Resolution In-situ Environmental
Scanning Electron Microscopy by means of
WetSTEM
P. Wandrol, Filip Novotn, and Miroslav louf (Brno, CZ)
Inside out - FIB/SEM analysis of historical
metal threads
K. Gherdn, T.G. Weiszburg, M. Jr, A. Tth, K. Rat-
ter, N. Zajzon, Zs. Bendo, G. Varga and Gy. Szakmny
(Budapest, HU)
Multi-scale Raman microanalysis of pig-
ments, glass, ceramic, paintings, at the
laboratory or with portable instruments
P. Colomban (Thiais, FR)
I8. Environmental microscopy, X-ray and
ion microscopy
L3. Live cell imaging M8. Microscopy in cultural heritage
16.00 - 16.30 Coffee break
20.15
18.15
Gala Dinner, Sala Raffaello
SISM General Assembly (Main Hall)
10.30 - 11.00 Coffee break
12.00 Campus cafeteria - Farewell Party
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INSTRUMENTATION AND METHODOLOGY
I1. Advanced techniques for atomic resolution
I2. High resolution TEM and STEM
I3. Electron diffraction techniques and analytical TEM
I4. Advanced in SEM and HR-SEM
I6. 3D-Imaging and nanotomography
I7. Advanced in sample preparation techniques
I8. Environmental microscopy, X-ray and ion microscopy
LIFE SCIENCES
L1. Multidisciplinary approaches in biology and medicine
L2. High resolution microscopy in biological sciences
L3. Live cell imaging
L4. Ultrastructural pathology
L5. Microscopical applications in environmental sciences
L6. Extracellular matrix and calcied tissues
L7. Structure and Imaging of Biomolecules
L8. 3D subcellular architecture by electron tomography
MATERIALS SCIENCES
M1. Materials for nanotecnology
M2. Carbon based materials
M3. Semiconductors and magnetic materials
M4. Thin lms, coatings, surfaces and interfaces
M5. Metal alloys and intermetallics
M6. Ceramics, composites, minerals and self-assembled materials
M7. Polymers and soft materials
M8. Microscopy in cultural heritage
Remarks
Poster numbering scheme: session - P - number (ex. IP1, IP2)
Each poster will be displayed during all congress time between 14.00 and 15.00.
Poster Presentations
INSTRUMENTATION AND METHODOLOGY
IP1. Performance enhancement of HR-S/TEMs by optimized active compensation of magnetic elds
E. Fisslthaler (1), K. Friedl (2), E. Schmautzer (2), and W. Grogger (3)
1. Graz Centre for Electron Microscopy, Steyrergasse 17, 8010 Graz, Austria
2. Institute of Electrical Power Systems, Graz University of Technology, Inffeldgasse 18/I, 8010 Graz, Austria
3. Institute for Electron Microscopy and Fine Structure Research, Graz University of Technology, Steyrergasse 17, 8010 Graz, Austria
IP2. HRTEM LaB6: Applications in Nanotechnology
J. Grinblat, I. Perelshtein
Bar-Ilan Institute of Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials
IP3. Comparative studies of the CrN/Cr/Si and CrN/Si interfaces by CS-corrected HRTEM and STEM-EELS
Z. Zhang (1), R. Daniel (2), C. Mitterer (2)
1. Erich Schmid Institute of Materials Science, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Leoben, A8700,
2. Department of Physical Metallurgy and Materials Testing, Montanuniversitt Leoben, A8700, Austria
IP4. PASAD-tools, a software for quantitative analysis of SAD patterns
C. Gammer (1), C. Mangler (1), H.P. Karnthaler (1) and C. Rentenberger (1)
1. Physics of Nanostructured Materials, University of Vienna, Boltzmanngasse 5, 1090 Wien, Austria
IP5. Advantages of the modied Becke-Johnson exchange potential for calculating EELS in WIEN2k
W. Hetaba (1), M. Stger-Pollach (2), S. Lfer (1), and P. Schattschneider (1,2)
1. Institute of Solid State Physics, Vienna University of Technology, Wiedner Hauptstrae 8 10, A-1040 Vienna, Austria
2. University Service Centre for Transmission Electron Microscopy (USTEM), Vienna University of Technology, Wiedner Hauptstrae 8-10,
1040 Vienna, Austria
IP6. Non-Lorentzian scattering behavior in core losses
S. Lfer (1), I. Ennen (1), M. Stger-Pollach (2), and P. Schattschneider (1,2)
1. Institute of Solid State Physics, Vienna University of Technology, Wiedner Hauptstrae 8 10, A-1040 Vienna, Austria
2. University Service Center for Transmission Electron Microscopy, Vienna University of Technology, Wiedner Hauptstrae 8 10, A-1040
Vienna, Austria
IP7. Site specic elemental analysis using electron channelling
W. Hetaba (1), S. Lfer (1), and P. Schattschneider (1,2)
1. Institute of Solid State Physics, Vienna University of Technology, Wiedner Hauptstrae 8 10, A-1040 Vienna, Austria
2. University Service Centre for Transmission Electron Microscopy (USTEM), Vienna University of Technology, Wiedner Hauptstrae 8-10,
1040 Vienna, Austria
IP8. Investigating the optical properties of AlxGa1-xAs by low voltage VEELS
M. Stger-Pollach (1), S. Lfer (2), W. Hetaba (2) and P. Schattschneider (1,2)
1. University Service Center for Transmission Electron Microscopy, Vienna University of Technology, Wiedner Hauptstrae 8 10, A-1040
Vienna, Austria
2. Institute of Solid State Physics, Vienna University of Technology, Wiedner Hauptstrae 8 10, A-1040 Vienna, Austria
IP9. Commensurate superstructures in the [(Ca/Sr)
2
Cu
2
O
3
][CuO
2
]
x532
composite crystal
O. Milat, K. Salamon, S. Tomic, T. Vuletic, T. Ivek Ip10
Institute of Physics, Zagreb, Bijenicka 46, Croatia
IP10. Afterglow of YAG:Ce single crystal scintillators for S(T)EM electron detectors
J. Bok, P. Schauer
Institute of Scientic Instruments of the ASCR, v.v.i., Department of Electron Optics, Krlovopolsk 147, CZ-61264 Brno, Czech Republic
IP11. Features of the triple detection system for the new SU8000 family and applications
H. Sato (1), P. de Natale (2), R. Steffen (2), R. Schmidt (2)
1. Hitachi High-Technologies Corp., 882,Ichige, Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, 312-8504, Japan
2. Hitachi High-Technologies Europe GmbH, Europark Fichtenhain A 12, 47807 Krefeld, Germany
IP12. 2H-BaMnO3 nanoparticles synthesized under hydrothermal conditions
M. Parras, A. Varela, A. Querejeta, and J.M. Gonzlez-Calbet
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1. Departamento Qumica Inorgnica, Facultad de Ciencias Qumicas, Universidad Complutense, E28040-Madrid, Spain.
IP13. Advances in instrumentation and applications for Atom Probe Tomography
F. Horreard (1), D. J. Larson (2), P. H. Clifton (2), D. Lawrence (2), D. Olson (2), T. J. Prosa (2), R. M. Ulg (2), J. H. Bunton (2), D. Lenz
(2) and T. F. Kelly (2)
1. Cameca SAS, 29 Quai des Grsillons, Gennevilliers 92622 FRANCE
2. Cameca Instruments Inc., 5500 Nobel Drive, Madison, WI 53711 USA
IP14. Investigation of nickel and Fe3O4 nanoparticles incorporated within mesoporous silicon by electron tomography
T. Uusimki (1,2), M. Albu (1,2), M. Sezen (1,2), P. Granitzer (3), P. Plt (1,2), M.P Morales (4),
K. Rumpf (3) and G. Kothleitner (1,2)
1. Institute for Electron Microscopy, Graz University of Technology, Steyrergasse 17, 8010, Graz, Austria
2. Center for Electron Microscopy, Steyrergasse 17, 8010 Graz, Austria
3. Institute of Physics, Karl Franzens University Graz, Universitaetsplatz 5, 8010, Graz, Austria
4. Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid, CSIC, Cantoblanco, 28049 Madrid, Spain
IP15. A method to visualize glycoprotein matrices microstructure with high resolution scanning electron microscopy
G. Familiari, R. Heyn, L. Petruzziello and M. Relucenti
Laboratory of Electron Microscopy Pietro M. Motta, Dept. Anatomy, Medical-legal, Histology and Locomotive System Sciences, Sapienza
University of Rome, via Alfonso Borelli 50, 00161 Rome, Italy.
IP16. Human embryonic stem cells preparation for scanning electron microscopy
E. Flodrov (1,2), V. Nedela (1), M. Sedlckov (3), and A. Hampl (3)
1. Institute of Scientic Instruments of ASCR, Krlovopolsk 147, 61264 Brno, Czech Republic
2. Department of Electrotechnology, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication, Brno University of Technology, Technick
3058/10, 616 00 Brno, Czech Republic
3. Department of Histology and Embryology, Faculty of Medicine, Masaryk University, Kamenice 3, 625 00 Brno, Czech Republic
IP17. Preparation of SigmaTM SiC bers for TEM by tripod polishing and conventional ion milling
M. Gec, T. Topliek, G. Draid
Nanostructured Materials, Joef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia
IP18. Prolonged duration of aldehyde xation is benecial for bacterial SEM investigation
M. Hocevar (1), M. Godec (1), M. Jenko (1), D. Drobne (2), N. Gunde Cimerman (2), S.a Novak (2)
1. Institute of Metals and Technology, Lepi pot 11, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia.
2. Department of Biology, Biotechnical Faculty, University of Ljubljana, Vecna pot 111, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia.
IP19. Pollen morphology of Fraxinus excelsior L. (Oleaceae)
M. Macukanovid-Jocid, D. Rancic
Department of Agrobotany, Faculty of Agriculture University of Belgrade, Nemanjina 6, Belgrade, Serbia
IP20. A novel freeze-drying method using ice xation
H. Ohta (1), T. Suzuki (2), T. Toda (1) and M. Kuwata (1)
1. Department of Environmental Engineering for symbiosis, Faculty of Engineering, Soka University, 1-236, Tangi-machi, Hachioji, Tokyo,
192-8577, Japan
2. Sun Technologies
IP21. EPMA in determing the cytoplasmic elemental (K, Na, Cl) concentration in cardiac myocell during acute ischemia
V.N. Pogorelova (1), A.G. Pogorelov (1,2)
1. Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics RAS, 142290, Pushchino, Moscow province, Russian Federation
2. Pushchino State University, Department of Biophysics and Biomedicine, 142290, Pushchino, Moscow province, Russian Federation
IP22. Ultrastructure of beech (Fagus sylvatica) chloroplast as preserved by high-pressure freezing and chemical xation
B. Radochov (1), Z. Lhotkov (2), J. Nebesrov (3), M. C

apek (1), L. Kubnov (1) and J. Albrechtov (2)


1. Institute of Physiology AS CR, Vdensk 1083, 142 20 Prague, Czech Republic
2. Department of Experimental Plant Biology, Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Science, Vinicn 5, 128 44 Prague, Czech Republic
3. Institute of Parasitology, Biology Centre AS CR, Braniovsk 31, 370 05 C

esk Budejovice, Czech Republic


IP23. Native conifer embryogenic tissues studied using the environmental scanning electron microscope
V. Nedela (1), J. Hrib (2), J. Runtuk (1)
1. Institute of Scientic Instruments of ASCR, Krlovopolsk 147, 61264 Brno, Czech Republic
2. Institute of Plant Genetics and Biotechnology, SAS, Akademick 2, P.O. Box 39A 950 07 Nitra, Slovak Republic
IP24. The study of aqueous Li ion batteries using in-situ measurements by environmental scanning electron microscope (ESEM)
Talyosef Yossi, Shelly Rap, Doron Aurbach
BINA: Bar-Ilan Institute of Nanotechnology & Advanced Materials Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan 52900 Israel
IP25. Governing the wettability properties of polyester bers using grafted functional nanomaterials
Talyosef Yossi, Boguslavsky Yonit, Fadida Tania and Lellouche Jean-Paul
BINA: Bar-Ilan Institute of Nanotechnology & Advanced Materials
Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan 52900 Israel
LIFE SCIENCES
LP1. The neuroprotective and antiapoptotic effects of Huperzine A, on traumatic spinal cord injury in rats.
Ycel.Sahin (1), Eser.Mediha. (2), Tanriverdi.Gamze (2), Karaog

lan.Alper (3), Akdemir.Osman (4), Tundemir.Matem (5), Alkan.Faruk (2)


1. Department of Neurosurgery, Erzincan State Hospital.
2.. Department of Histology and Embryology,Cerrahpasa Faculty of Medicine,Istanbul University.
3. Department of Neurosurgery, Maltepe University, School of Medicine, istanbul.
4. Department of Neurosurgery, Taksim Education and Research Hospital, istanbul.
5. Department of Medical Biology,Cerrahpasa Faculty of Medicine, Istanbul University,Turkey
LP2. In vitro effect of chitosan on cell-cell junctions of broblast cells
B. Uslu (1), S. Arbak (2), S zbas (4), B Biltekin (3), S Denir (3) J Tanboga (4) , A Bilir (3)
1. Department of IVF Zeynep Kamil Woman &Children Health & Research Hospital, Istanbul Turkey
2. Department of Histology and Embryology, School of Medicine, Acbadem University, Istanbul Turkey
3. Department of Histology and Embryology, istanbul Faculty of Medicine, istanbul University, Istanbul Turkey
4. Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Faculty of Pharmacy Marmara University, Istanbul Turkey
LP3. Fabrication of a scaffold based on a standing brin lm: Scanning Electron Microscopy characterization
M. Barbalinardo (1,2), F. Valle (1), B. Chelli (1,3), M. Bianchi (1) , E. Bystrenova (1),P. Greco (4) and F. Biscarini (1)
1. CNR- Institute for Nanostructured Materials Studies, via Gobetti 101, 40129 Bologna
2. Alma Mater Studiorum- University of Bologna, via Zamboni 33, 40126 Bologna
3. Nano4bio S.R.L., viale G. Fanin 48, 40127, Bologna
4. Scriba Nanotechologies S.R.L., via Gobetti 52/A, 40129 Bologna
LP4. Detection of p53 and BRCA protein in MCF-7 and HCT116 cell lines after treatment of 5-FU, doxorubicin and other cytostatics
drug by confocal microscopy, western blot analysis and ow-cytometry
B. E. Jagelska, J. Coufal, M. Fojta and V. Brazda
Institute of Biophysics, Academy of Science of the Czech Republic, v.v.i., Department of Biophysical Chemistry and Molecular Oncology,
Brno, Czech Republic
LP5. Hydroxytyrosol derivatives vs apoptosis: a protective action?
S. Burattini (1), S. Salucci (1), V. Baldassarri (1), A. Accorsi (2), M. Candiracci (2), G. Piersanti (2), J.L. Espartero Sanchez (3), G. Zappia
(2), and E. Falcieri (1,4)
1. Department of Earth, Life and Environmental Sciences, Urbino University Carlo Bo, 61029;
2. Departement of Biomolecular Sciences, Urbino University Carlo Bo, 61029;
3. Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Seville, Spain, 41012;
4. IGM-CNR, Istituti Ortopedici Rizzoli, 40100, Bologna, Italy
LP6. Interpretation of dark neurons in experimental model of ischemia, neurointoxication and brain infection
I. C

apo (1), D. Laloevic (1), S. Sekulic (2) , N. Hinic (3), N. Rokvic (3)
1. Department of Histology and embriology, Medical faculty, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
2. Department of Neurology, Clinical centre of Vojvodina, Novi Sad, Serbia
3. Medical faculty, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
LP7. RNAse A-containing foci are found in nucleoli of HeLa cells aged in culture
M. Costanzo (1), B. Cisterna (1), O. O. Zharskaya (2), O. V. Zatsepina (2), M. Biggiogera (1)
1. Laboratorio di Biologia Cellulare e Neurobiologia, Dipartimento di Biologia Animale, Universit di Pavia, I-27100 Pavia, Italy.
2. Shemyakin-Ovchinnikov Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
LP8. AFM investigation of scale-independent roughness of cell membrane
P. DAntonio(1), M. Lasalvia(2), G. Perna(1), G. Quartucci(1), V. Capozzi(1).
(1) Dipartimento di Scienze Biomediche, Universit di Foggia, Viale Pinto, 1 71121 Foggia
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(2) Dipartimento di Scienze Mediche e del Lavoro, Universit di Foggia, Viale Pinto, 1 71121 Foggia
LP9. Immunolocalization and involvement of antimicrobial peptides in local inammatory-like reactions in the tunic of Ciona intesti-
nalis (Tunicata)
M. A.Di Bella (1), H.Fedders (2), G.De Leo (1) and M. Leippe (2)
1. Department of Biopathology and medical and forensic Biotechnology, University of Palermo, Via Divisi 83, 90133 Palermo, Italy;
2 Department of Zoophysiology, University of Kiel, Kiel, Germany.
LP10. Ultrastructural aspects of oocytes and vitellocytes in Syndesmis patagonica (Platyhelminthes, Rhabdocoela, Umagillidae)
A. Falleni (1), P. Lucchesi (1), C. Ghezzani (1), and M.I. Brogger (2)
1. 1. Department of Human Morphology and Applied Biology, University of Pisa, Italy
2. Lab.Ecosist. Costeros, Museo Argentino Ciencias Naturales, Buenos Aires, Argentina
LP11. Ultrastructure of the female gonad of terrestrial planarians (Platyhelminthes, Tricladida) and phylogenetic implications
A. Falleni, C. Ghezzani, and P. Lucchesi
Department of Human Morphology and Applied Biology, University of Pisa, Italy
LP12. Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy (CLSM): a new method for the assessment of the clinical outlines of the post-extraction sites.
A. Garca-Herraiz (1), R. Leiva-Garca (2), F.J. Silvestre (1), C.M. Domenech-Santamara (1), J. Garca-Antn (2).
1. Unidad de Pacientes Especiales. Departamento de Estomatologa. Universidad de Valencia. Gasc Oliag 1. 46010 Valencia. Spain.
2. Ingeniera Electroqumica y Corrosin (IEC). Departamento de Ingeniera Qumica y Nuclear. Universidad Politcnica de Valencia. Cami-
no de Vera s/n. 46022 Valencia. Spain.
LP13. Microscopic evidence of transfusion transmitted Anaplasma phagocytophilum in a 36-years old pregnant women
M. Kolenc (1), L. Fajs (1), U. Glinek Bikup (1), M. Poljak-Prijatelj (1), I. est (1), N. nidaric (2), and T. Avic-upanc (1)
1. University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Microbiology and Immunology, Zaloka 4, 1000 Ljubljana
2. University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty, Vecna pot 111, 1000 Ljubljana
LP14. A one-step multiplex PCR without downstream amplicon analysis for screening Y-chromosomal microdeletions
V. Kozina (1), H. Capallo-Obermann (2), J. Gromoll (3) and A. N. Spiess (2)
1. Department of Histology and Embryology, School of Medicine, Zagreb, Croatia
2. Department of Andrology, University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany
3. Center for Reproductive Medicine and Andrology, University Hospital Mnster, Germany
LP15. Evidence for urothelial plaque formation in vitro
M.E. Kreft (1), R.Romih (1), K. Jezernik (1), and H. Robenek (2)
1. Institute of Cell Biology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ljubljana, Lipiceva 2, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
2. Leibniz Institute for Arteriosclerosis Research, Domagkstr. 3, 48149 Mnster, Germany
LP16. Eggs ultrastructure of the basal tapeworm Gyrocotyle urna (Gyrocotylidea) using cryo-methods
C. Levron (1), R. Kuchta (1), M. Vancov (1), J. Nebesarov (1), T. Scholz(1)
(1) Institute of Parasitology, Biology Centre of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Braniovsk 31, 370 05 Cesk Budejovice,
Czech Republic
LP17. Light and electron microscopy in investigation of glandular trichomes of Satureja montana L.
M. Marin (1), L. Ascenso (2), S. Duletid-Lauevid (1) and P. D. Marin (1)
1. Institute of Botany and Botanical Garden Jevremovac, Faculty of Biology, University of Belgrade, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia
2. Centro de Biotecnologia Vegetal, Faculdade de Ciencias da Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
LP18. Assessing estrogenic activity of daidzein using immature rat uterotrophic response
I. Medigovid, M. Manojlovid-Stojanoski, N. Ristid, J. Pantelid, S. Trifunovid, V. Miloevid and N. Nestorovid
Department of Citology, Institute for Biological Research Sinia Stankovid, University of Belgrade, Serbia
LP19. Effect of -carotene on H-ras transformed 5RP7 Cell Line
C. D. Melis (1), K. Mehtap H (2), G. Gamze (3), i. Arzu (1)
1. Anadolu University, Institute of Science, Department of Biology, 26470, Eskisehir, TURKEY
2.Anadolu University, Faculty of Science, Department of Biology, 26470, Eskisehir, TURKEY
3.Anadolu University, Institute of Science, Department of Biotechnology, 26470, Esksehir, TURKEY
4.Anadolu University, Plant, Drug and Scientic Research Center 26470, Eskisehir, TURKEY
LP20. Non-rigid registration of CLSM images of physical sections with discontinuous deformations.
J. Michlek(1), M. C

apek (1), and L. Kubnov (1)


(1) Institute of Physiology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, v.v.i., Dept.of Biomathematics, Czech Republic
LP21. Mechanism of internalization of cationic liposomes in human glioblastoma cells
C. Bombelli (1), G. Bozzuto (2), B. Altieri (1), L. Giansanti (1), A. Stringaro (2), M. Colone (2), L. Toccacieli (2), G. Formisano (2), G. Mancini
(1), A. Molinari (2)
1. Institute of Chemical Methodologies, CNR and Department of Chemistry University of Rome Sapienza, Piazzale A. Moro 5, 00185
Rome, Italy.
2. Department of Technology and Health, Italian National Institute of Health, Viale Regina Elena 299, 00161 Rome, Italy.
LP22. Investigation of the effects of Zn-treatment on the apoptotic proteins and MT expression in experimental diabetic nephropathy
D. zelik (1), M. Tundemir (2), N. Pastaci (1), M. ztrk (2)
1. Department of Biophysics, Cerrahpasa Faculty of Medicine, Istanbul University.
2. Department of Medical Biology, Cerrahpasa Faculty of Medicine, Istanbul University, Turkey
LP23. Automated evaluation of a bladder cancer specic multiprobe-FISH assay applying a user-trainable workstation
G. Pajor (1,2), D. Alpar(1), B. Kajtar(1), B. Melegh (2), L. Somogyi (3), M. Kneif (1), D. Bollmann (4), N. Sule (5), L. Pajor(1)
(1) Department of Pathology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Pcs, Hungary
(2) Department of Medical Genetics, Faculty of Medicine, University of Pcs, Hungary
(3) Department of Urology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Pcs, Hungary
(4) Institute of Pathology, Bonn-Duisdorf, Bonn, Germany
(5) Department of Pathology, Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, NY, USA
LP24. The Effect of Acute Heat Stress on Rat Adrenal Medulla-an Ultrastructural Study
Dragana Petrovid-Kosanovid (1,2), Ksenija Velckovic (1,2), Vesna Koko (1,2,4), Gordana Cvijid (3) , and Maja C

akic Miloevid (1,2)


1. Institute of Zoology, Faculty of Biology, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, 11000, Studentski trg 3, Serbia
2. Centre for Electron Microscopy, Faculty of Biology, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, 11000, Studentski trg 3, Serbia
3. Institute of Physiology and Biochemistry, Faculty of Biology, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, 11000, Studentski trg 3, Serbia
4. Institute for Medical Research, Belgrade, 11000, Dr Subotica 4, Serbia
draganapetrovic@hotmail.com
LP25. Microstructure of microbial biolm adhered on port catheter: complementary imaging by HV-SEM, E-SEM and TPLSM
F. Tessarolo (1,2), F. Piccoli (1,3), M. Lorenzato (1,3), I. Caola (1,3), G. Nollo (2), and P. Caciagli (1,3)
1. Section of Electron Microscopy, Azienda Provinciale per i Servizi Sanitari 38122 Trento, Italy.
2. BIOtech, Interdepartmental Center on Biomedical Technologies, University of Trento, Matterello, 38122 Trento, Italy.
3. Department of Laboratory Medicine, Azienda Provinciale per i Servizi Sanitari 38122 Trento, Italy.
LP26. Propolis effect on morphology of human gingival broblasts in vitro
J. Rajkovic (1), S. Stojanovic (2), S. Najman (2), M. Kostic (3), and V. Savic (4)
1. Department of Biology and Ecology, Faculty of Science and Mathematics, University of Ni, Serbia
2. Institute of Biology and Human genetics, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ni, Serbia
3. Department of Immunology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ni, Serbia
4. Institute for Biomedical Research, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ni, Serbia
LP27. Use of a new automatic system for the evaluation of human stem cells functionality.
MC Scerpa (1), N. Daniele (1-2), C. Rossi (2), C. Ciammetti (2), F. Locatelli (3), G. Isacchi (1-2) and F. Zinno (1-2)
1. Laboratory of Stem Cells Manipulation and Cryopreservation Bambino Ges Pediatric Hospital - IRCCS , Piazza S. Onofrio 4, Rome - Italy, 00165.
2. Immunohematology Section Tor Vergata University c/o Piazza S. Onofrio 4, Rome - Italy, 00165
3. Oncohematology Pediatric Section - Bambino Ges Pediatric Hospital - IRCCS , Piazza S. Onofrio 4, Rome - Italy, 00165
LP28. Interaction between lysozyme microspheres and innate immune system
E. Schiavi (1), M. Colone (2), M. Tortora (3), B. Barletta (1), C. Butteroni (1), S. Corinti (1), G. Di Felice (1), F. Cavalieri (3), and A. Stringaro (2)
1. Department of Infectious, Parasitic and Immune-mediated Diseases, and
2. Department of Technology and Health, Istituto Superiore di Sanit, 00161 Rome, Italy;
3. Department of Chemical Sciences and Technologies, Universit di Roma Tor Vergata, 00173 Rome, Italy.
LP29. Cisplatin-induced atrophy in C2C12 myotubes: a multidisciplinary microscopic study
F. Rovetta (1), A. Stacchiotti (2), M. Ferroni (3), A. Lavazza (4), G. Sberveglieri (3), R. Rezzani (2), M. F. Aleo (1)
1. Biochemistry Unit, Dept. Biomedical Sciences and Biotechnologies, University of Brescia, V.le Europa 11, 25123 Brescia, Italy
2. Human Anatomy Unit, Dept. Biomedical Sciences and Biotechnologies, University of Brescia, Brescia, Italy
3. Dept. Physics and Chemistry for Engineering and Materials, University of Brescia, Brescia, Italy
4. Istituto Zooprolattico Sperimentale, Brescia, Italy
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LP30. Notch signaling pathway in cumulus cells can be novel marker for identify poor responders and normal responder patients
Tanriverdi Gamze (1), Denir Senur (2), Bilir Ayhan (2), Oktar Hseyin (1), epni ismail (3), irez Tlay (3)
1. Department of Histology and Embryology, Cerrahpasa Medical Faculty of Istanbul University, Istanbul.
2. Department of Histology and Embryology, Istanbul Medical Faculty of Istanbul University, Istanbul.
3. Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Cerrahpasa Medical Faculty of Istanbul University, Istanbul.
LP31. The contribution of scanning electron microscopy in quality control of medical devices in hospital
F. Tessarolo (1,2), I. Caola (1,3), F. Piccoli (1,3), M Fedel (2), G. Nollo (2), and P. Caciagli (1,3)
1. Section of Electron Microscopy, Azienda Provinciale per i Servizi Sanitari 38122 Trento, Italy.
2. BIOtech, Interdepartmental Center on Biomedical Technologies, University of Trento, Mattarello, 38122 Trento, Italy.
3. Department of Laboratory Medicine, Azienda Provinciale per i Servizi Sanitari 38122 Trento, Italy.
LP32. Electron microscopy school auditorium
M. Tosti
Veterinary Med., Perugia, Italy
LP33. Application of transmission electron microscopy in liposome characterization
M. Tuek nidarc (1), D. Gmajner (2), A. Mirtic (3), N. nidaric (4) and J. trus (4)
1. National Institute of Biology, Department of Biotechnology and Sistem Biology, Vecna pot 111, Ljubljana, SI-1000, Slovenia.
2. Department of Food Science and Technology, Biotechnical Faculty, University of Ljubljana, Jamnikarjeva 101, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
3. National Institute of Chemistry, Laboratory of Biomolecular Structure, Hajdrihova 19, 1001 Ljubljana, Slovenia
4. University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical faculty, Department of Biology, Vecna pot 111, Ljubljana, SI-1000, Slovenia
LP34. The effect of methimazole-induced hypothyroidism on the rat pancreatic -cells
M. Ukropina (1), V. Koko (1), R. Gliid (2), and M. C

akic-Miloevic (1)
1. University of Belgrade, Faculty of Biology, Institute of Zoology, Studentski trg 16, Belgrade 11000, Serbia
2. University of Kragujevac, Faculty of Science, Kragujevac 34000, Serbia
LP35. Inuence of thermal manipulations during embryonic development on skeletal muscle tissue of broiler chickens
G. Uscebrka (1), S. Stojanovic (1), D. Zikic (1), Z. Kanacki (1)
1. Faculty of agriculture, University of Novi Sad, D. Obradovica 8, Novi Sad, 21000, Serbia
LP36. The role of hyperplasia after urothelial injury
T. Vinjar (1), M.E. Kreft (1)
1. Institute of Cell Biology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ljubljana, Lipiceva 2, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
LP37. Comparison of Placental Morphology and Glycosylation Patterns of Proteins between Normal Pregnancy and IUGR a pilot study
A.Vukasovic (1), L. Serman (2), D. Grbesa (1), B. Miskovic (3)
1. Department of Histology and Embryology, University of Zagreb, School of Medicine, Croatia
2. Department of Biology, University of Zagreb, School of Medicine, Croatia
3. Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Clinical Hospital Sveti Duh, Zagreb, Croatia.
LP38. The effects of vitamin D receptor silencing on cabindin D28k expression in primary cortical neurons
S. Yilmazer (1), D. Gezen-Ak (1), and E. Dursun (1)
1. Istanbul University, Cerrahpasa Faculty of Medicine, Department of Medical Biology, Istanbul, Turkey
LP39. Solid Lipid Nanoparticles targeting atherosclerotic plaques in ApoE knock out mouse model.
C. Brioschi, S. Salina, E. Reitano, L. Miragoli, S. Ghiani, F. Maisano, and A. Maiocchi.
Bracco Imaging S.p.a., via Ribes, 5 - Colleretto Giacosa 10010 (TO), Italy
LP40. Scanning Near-Field Optical Microscopy Characterization of Human Spermatozoa
L. Andol, E. Trevisan, B. Troian, S. Prato, R. Boscolo, E. Giacomini, S. Luppi, M. Martinelli,G. Ricci, and M. Zweyer
1. Clinical Department of Medical, Chirurgical Science and Healthy, University of Trieste,
2. Assisted Reproduction Unit, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, IRCCS Burlo Garofolo, Trieste and University of Trieste
3. A.P.E. Research Srl, AREA Science Park, Basovizza, Trieste
LP41. Study of quantitative efciency of pollen tubes growth in plum (Prunus domestica L.) by uorescence microscopy
Milena Djordjevic (1), Radosav Cerovic (1), Dragan Nikolic (2), Sanja Radicevic (1), Nebojsa Milosevic (1) and Ivana Glisic (1)
1. Fruit Research Institute, Department of Pomology and Breeding, Kralja Petra I/9, Cacak, 32000, Serbia
2. Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Fruit Science & Viticulture, Belgrade, Serbia
LP42. Migratory and invasive behaviour of cancer stem cells from glioblastoma patient.
G.Bozzuto (1), L. Toccacieli (1), S. Mazzoleni (2), R. Galli, and A. Molinari (1)
1. Department of Technology and Health, Italian National Institute of Health, Viale Regina Elena 299, 00161 Rome, Italy
2. Neural Stem Cell Biology Unit, Division of Regenerative Medicine, Stem Cells and Gene Therapy, San Raffaele Scientic Institute, Via
Olgettina 58, 20132 Milan, Italy
LP43. Characterztion of the neuromuscular junctions in a mouse model of ALS: effect of early administration of Nandrolone
V. Cappello (1), E. Vezzoli (1), M. Righi (1), M. Bentivoglio (2), G. Pietrini (1), M. Francolini (1)
1. Dept. of Medical Pharmacology - University of Milan and CNR Neuroscience Institute, via Vanvitelli 32, 20129 Milan, Italy
2. Dept. of Morphological and Biochemical Sciences, University of Verona Verona, Italy
LP44. Effects of myo-inositol on sperm motility
M. Colone (1), G. Marelli (2), V. Unfer (3), G. Bozzuto (1), A. Molinari (1) and A. Stringaro (1)
1. Department of Technology and Health, Istituto Superiore di Sanit, 00161, Rome
2. Obstetric-Gynaecologic Clinic, Scientic Institute for Admission and Treatment, Saint Raphael Hospital, Milan
3. Obstetric-Gynaecologic Clinic, University of Perugia, Perugia, Italy
LP45. The autophagic process as revealed by microscopic techniques
M. Condello, S. Meschini, G. Formisano and G. Arancia
Department of Technology and Health, Italian National Institute of Health, Viale Regina Elena 299, 00161 Rome, Italy
LP46. Scanning electron microscopy for structural analysis of renal concrements
L. Didenko (1), N. Shevlyagina (1), E. Tolordava (1), T. Perepanova (2), J. Romanova (1)
(1) Gamaleaya Research Institute for epidemiology & microbiology Moscow, Russia
(2) Institute for urology Moscow, Russia
LP47. The Determination of Structural Changes H-ras Transformed 5RP7 Cell Line Exposed to Manganese Modied Chlorin A
G. Gamze (1), K. Mehtap H. (2), i. Arzu (3), B. Hseyin (4)
1. Anadolu University, Institute of Science, Department of Biotechnology, 26470, Eskisehir,TURKEY
2. Anadolu University, Faculty of Science, Department of Biology, 26470, Eskisehir, TURKEY
3. Anadolu University, Plant, Drug and Scientic Research Center 26470, Eskisehir, TURKEY
4. Anadolu University, Faculty of Science, Department of Chemistry, 26470, Eskisehir, TURKEY
LP48. Ultrastructural study of the ageing in vitro of myotubes derived from myoblasts of patients affected by myotonic dystrophy type 2
M. Giagnacovo (1), M. Costanzo (1), M. Malatesta (2), R. Cardani (3,4), G. Meola (5) and C. Pellicciari (1)
1. Dept. of Animal Biology, University of Pavia, Via A. Ferrata 9, 27100 Pavia, Italy
2. Dept. of Neurological, Neuropsychological, Morphological and Motor Sciences (Anatomy and Histology Section), University of Verona, Strada
Le Grazie 8, 37134 Verona, Italy
3. Dept. of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, and 4. Centre for the Study of Neuromuscular Diseases CMN, Via Celoria 26, 20133 Milano
5. Dept. of Neurology, IRCCS Policlinico San Donato, Via R. Morandi 30, 20097 San Donato Milanese, Italy.
LP49. Mitochondriogenesis in heart of cold-acclimated rats: the role of nitric oxide
A. Abdussalam Ali A. Hmaid (1), A. Stancic (2), M. Markelic (1), K. Velickovic (1), I. Golic (1), V. Otasevic (2), M. Vucetic (2), A. Jankovic (2), B.
Buzadzic (2), B. Korac (2) and A. Korac (1)
1. Faculty of Biology, University of Belgrade, Studentski trg 16, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia.
2. Institute for Biological Research Sinisa Stankovic, Bulevar despota Stefana 142, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia
LP50. The specic features of submicroscopic organization of Chlamydia trachomatis infected McCoy cells.
E.A. Kost (1), L.V. Didenko (1), N.A. Zigangirova (2)
1. Laboratory of anatomy of microorganisms, Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology, Gamaleya street 18, 123098 Mo-
scow, Russian Federation.
2. Laboratory of chlamidiosis, Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology, Gamaleya street 18, 123098 Moscow, Russian
Federation.
LP51. Visualization of bacteriophages adsorbed to bacterial surfaces by scanning electron microscopy in table olive fermenting brines
B. Lanza
CRA-OLI, Centro di Ricerca per lOlivicoltura e lIndustria Olearia, I-65013 Citt SantAngelo (PE), Italy
LP52. Basic ultrastructural studies of environmental adaptation of blood cells in high-altitude inhabitants
Ch.A. Mambetova
Scientic and Production Centre for Preventive Medicine, 34 Baitik Baatyr Str., Bishkek, 720005, Kyrgyz Republic (e-mail: npopm@mail.ru)
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LP53. Red blood cell changes during aging under blood bank conditions: biochemical, rheological and ultrastructural studies
A. Molinari (1) G. Formisano (1), L.Toccacieli (1), M.P. Caforio (2), L. Luchetti (2), D. Di Silvio (2), A. Tarzia (2) and P. Caprari (2)
1. Department of Technology and Health, Istituto Superiore di Sanit, Viale Regina Elena 299, 00161 Rome, Italy
2. Department of Hematology, Oncology and Molecular Medicine, Istituto Superiore di Sanit, Viale Regina Elena 299, 00161 Rome, Italy
LP54. Effects of Urotensin II receptor on the migratory and invasive potential of human prostate adenocarcinoma LNCaP cells
A. Molinari (1), G. Bozzuto (1), L. Toccacieli (1), G. Arancia (1), P. Grieco (2), M. Marra (3), S. Zappavigna (3), E. Novellino (2), A. Abbruz-
zese (3), and M. Caraglia (3)
1. Department of Technology and Health, Italian National Institute of Health, Viale Regina Elena 299, 00161 Rome, Italy
2. Department of Pharmaceutical and Toxicological Chemistry, University of Naples Federico II, Via Montesano 49, 80131 Naples, Italy
3. Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Second University of Naples, Via Costantinopoli 16, 80138 Naples, Italy
LP55. SEM investigation of surface characteristics of isopod digestive gland cells infected by intracellular bacteria
D. Drobne (1), S. Novak (1), M. Hocevar (2), M. Godec (2), M. Jenko (2)
1. Department of Biology, Biotechnical Faculty, University of Ljubljana, Vecna pot 111, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia.
2. Institute of Metals and Technology, Lepi pot 11, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia.
LP56. Morphological analysis of EGF stimulated A431 human epidermoid carcinoma cell line
M. Potic-Floranovic, I. Dimov, V. Savic
Institute for biomedical research, Medical faculty University of Ni, Zoran Djindjic Boulevard 81, 18000 Ni, Serbia.
LP57. Skeletal muscle apoptosis induced by chemical triggers: myotubes vs myoblasts
S. Salucci (1), S. Burattini (1), M. Battistelli (1), B. Canonico (1), S. Papa (1) and E. Falcieri (1,2)
1. Department of Earth, Life and Environmental Sciences, Urbino University. Carlo Bo;
2. IGM-CNR, Istituti Ortopedici Rizzoli, Bologna; Italy
LP58. Evaluation of testosterone production in mice lacking inducible nitric oxide synthase after Sildenal treatment
K.L.A. Saraiva (1), M.I. Wanderley (2), F.O.S. Gomes (3), E.L. Ribeiro (3) and C.A. Peixoto (1,3)
1. Laboratory of Microscopy, Strategic Technologies Center of Northeast (CETENE), ZIP Code 50.740-540, Recife, Brazil;
2. Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil;
3. Laboratory of Ultrastructure, Aggeu Magalhes Institute (CPqAM/FIOCRUZ), Recife, Brazil.
LP59. Morpho-functional disorders of ovary and adrenal glands in experimental hsv2 infection
N.V. Shevlyagina, T.G. Borovaya, A.M. Ivanova, A.N. Narovlyansky, L.V. Didenko
Gamaleya Research Institute for epidemiology and microbiology, Gamaleya str, 18, Moscow, Russia, 123098
LP60. Different electron microscopical approaches to study pilus-like structures in streptococci during infection
A.R. Taddei (1), A. Pezzicoli (2), G. Gambellini (1), A. Di Giulio (3), R. Rappuoli (2) and M. Soriani (2)
1. Centro Interdipartimentale di Microscopia Elettronica (C.I.M.E.), Universit degli Studi della Tuscia, Largo dellUniversit snc, Blocco D, 01100
Viterbo, ITALY
2. Novartis Vaccines and Diagnostics, Via Fiorentina 1, 53100, Siena, ITALY
3. Dipartimento di Biologia Ambientale, Universit degli Studi Roma Tre, Viale G. Marconi, 446, 00146 Roma, ITALY
LP61. Down regulation of hccs in Medaka recapitulates the phenotype observed in Microphthalmia with linear skin lesions (MLS) syndrome
A. Indrieri (1,2), I. Conte (1,3), R. Tat (3), M. Cermola (3), P. Bovolenta (4), and B. Franco (1,5)
1. Telethon Institute of Genetics and Medicine (TIGEM), 80131 Naples, Italy.
2. European School of Molecular Medicine (SEMM), 80131 Naples, Italy.
3. Institute of Genetics and Biophysics (IGB) Adriano Buzzati Traverso CNR, 80131 Naples, Italy.
4. Departamento de Neurobiologa Molecular Celular y del Desarrollo, Instituto Cajal, CSIC, and CIBER de Enfermedades Raras (CIBERER), 28002 Madrid, Spain.
5. Medical Genetics, Department of Pediatrics, Federico II University, 80131 Naples, Italy.
LP62. Pathologic helminth ultrastructure - dirolaria repens
M. Tosti
Veterinary Med. - Perugia - Italy
LP63. Essential oil from Mentha suaveolens (EOMS) induces morphological alterations in C.albicans
E. Vavala (1), M. Colone (2), R. Ragno (3), L. Paris (4), L. Angiolella (1) and A. Stringaro (2)
1. Department of Public Health and Infectious Diseases, Sapienza University, 00161, Rome
2. Department of Technology and Health, Istituto Superiore di Sanit, 00161, Rome.
3. Department of Chemistry and Drug Technologies Sapienza University, 00161, Rome
4. Department of Cell Biology and Neurosciences, Istituto Superiore di Sanit, 00161, Rome.
LP64. Homing of transplanted bone marrow cells in livers of Schistosoma mansoni-infected mice
N. ElKhaf (1), B. Voss (2), O. Hammam (3), H. Yehia (1), S. Mansy (1), M. Akl (3), S. Boehm (2), S. Mahmoud (4), O. ElBendary (5) and
G. ElFandy (6)
1. Electron Microscopy Research Department, Theodor Bilharz Research Institute, PO Box 30, Imbaba, 12411, Giza, Egypt
2. Professional Associations Research Institute for Occupational Medicine BGFA, Ruhr-University, Bochum, Germany
3. Department of Pathology, Theodor Bilharz Research Institute, Giza, Egypt
4. Department of Parasitology, Theodor Bilharz Research Institute, Giza, Egypt
5. Department of Clinical Chemistry, Theodor Bilharz Research Institute, Giza, Egypt
6. Department of Anaesthesia, Theodor Bilharz Research Institute, Giza, Egypt
LP65. Hepatic stellate cells and brogenesis in hepatitis C virus infection: an ultrastructural insight
S. S. Mansy (1), N. A. ElKhaf (2), A. S. AbelFatah (3), H. A. Yehia (1), and I. Mostafa (3)
1. Electron Microscopy Research Department (Pathology), Theodor Bilharz Research Institute, PO Box 30, Imbaba, 12411, Giza, Egypt
2. Electron Microscopy Research Department (Haematology), Theodor Bilharz Research Institute, Imbaba, Giza, Egypt
3. Gastroenterology and Hepatology Department, Theodor Bilharz Research Institute, Imbaba, Giza, Egypt
LP66. In vivo anti-apoptotic effect of compound 4 in rats infused with A (1-40), as a model of Alzheimers disease.
S. Zara (1), D. Bosco (2), I. Cacciatore (1), P. Sozio (1), S. Pacella (3), A. Cataldi (3)
1. Department of Drug Sciences, University G. dAnnunzio Chieti-Pescara, via dei Vestini 31, Chieti, Italy
2. Institute of Molecular Genetics,CNR, Unit of Chieti, Italy
3. Department of Medicine and Ageing Sciences, University G. dAnnunzio Chieti-Pescara, via dei Vestini 31, Chieti, Italy
LP67. Detection of the Apoptotic Effects Escin on 5RP7 H-Ras Transformed Cell Line by Using Flow Cytometry
K. Mehtap H., G. Gamze, i. Arzu
1. Anadolu University, Faculty of Science, Department of Biology, 26470, Eskisehir, TURKEY
2. Anadolu University, Institute of Science, Department of Biotechnology, 26470, Eskisehir, TURKEY
3. Anadolu University, Plant, Drug and Scientic Research Center 26470, Eskisehir, TURKEY
LP68. Study by SEM on the effect of antimicrobials on biolms developed with S. mutans and other colonizers of dental implants
W. Baffone (1), R. Campana (1), E. Ciandrini (1), S. Federici (1), M. Battistelli (2), A. Manti (2) and E. Falcieri (2)
1. Department of Biomolecular Science, University of Urbino Carlo Bo, Urbino, 61029, Italy.
2. Department of Earth, Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Urbino Carlo Bo, Urbino, 61029, Italy
LP69. Physical agents induce C2C12 cell death: preliminary data.
M. Battistelli (1)*, V. Baldassarri (1), S. Salucci (1), S. Burattini (1), B. Canonico (1), S. Papa (1), E. Falcieri (1,2).
1. Dep. of Earth, Life and Environmental Sciences, Urbino University Carlo Bo61029 Urbino (PU)
2. IGM, CNR, Istituti Ortopedici Rizzoli, 40100 Bologna (Bo); Italy.
LP70. Three-dimensional analysis of the canal network of Stylaster sp. (Cnidaria, Hydrozoa) by means of X-ray computed microtomography
S. Puce (1), D. Pica (1), L. Mancini (2), F. Brun (2,3) and G. Bavestrello (1)
1. DiSMar, Universit Politecnica delle Marche, Via Brecce Bianche, 60131 Ancona, Italy
2. Sincrotrone Trieste S.C.p.A., S.S. 14 - km 163.5 in AREA Science Park, 34149 Basovizza, Trieste, Italy
3. Department of Industrial Engineering and Information Technology, University of Trieste, Via A. Valerio 10, 34127 Trieste, Italy
LP71. Unusual sperm characteristics in a Mayy (Ephemeroptera)
P. Brito (1), F.F. Salles (2), H. Dolder (1)
1. Institute of Biology, Unicamp, Brazil, P.O. Box 9106, Zip Code 13.083-863
2. CEUNES, Federal University of Esprito Santo, Brazil, Zip Code 29.933-415
LP72. Microscopical approaches in research on biodiversity and ecology: the case of meiofauna
L. Guidi, F. Semprucci, M. Balsamo
Department of Earth, Life and Environment Sciences, University of Urbino Carlo Bo,
Scientic Campus, loc. Crocicchia, I-61029 Urbino (Italy)
LP73. Coupling identity and metabolic function of single cells in environmental microbiology with NanoSIMS
F. Horreard (1), F. Hillion (1)
1. Cameca SAS, 29 Quai des Grsillons, Gennevilliers 92622 FRANCE
LP74. Chloroplast number estimation in mesophyll cells comparison of disector and prole counting method
Z. Kubnov (1), Z. Lhotkov (1), L. Kubnov (2) and J. Albrechtov (1)
1. Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Science, Department of Experimental Plant Biology, Vinicn 5, 128 44 Prague 2, Czech Republic
2. Institute of Physiology, AS CR, v.v.i., Vdensk 1083, 142 20 Prague 4, Czech Republic
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LP75. Table olive hardness: relationship between ultrastuctural and sensory analysis
B. Lanza and M.G. Di Serio
CRA-OLI, Centro di Ricerca per lOlivicoltura e lIndustria Olearia, I-65013 Citt SantAngelo (PE), Italy
LP76. Digestive gland of terrestrial isopods: a morphology study and a model for assessment of contaminants
A. Manti, L. Valentini, R. Mazzeo, E. Cesarini, M. Tsiola, R. Santolini and S. Papa
Department of Earth, Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Urbino Carlo Bo Urbino (PU) 61029 Italy
LP77. Inuence of osmotic stress and temperature on viability, morphology and adhesive properties of an Aeromonas hydrophila strain
A. Pianetti (1), B. Citterio (1), M. Battistelli (2), E. Falcieri (2), A. Manti (2), P. Boi (2), S. Papa (2), C. Parlani (2), L. Sabatini (1), F. Barbieri
(1), F Bruscolini (1)
1. Department of Biomolecular Sciences - Section of Tossicological Hygienistic and Environmental Sciences, via S. Chiara, 27, University of Urbino
Carlo Bo 61029 Urbino (PU) Italy.
2. DiSTeVA via C le Suore, 2, University of Urbino Carlo Bo 61029 Urbino (PU) Italy
LP78. Identication of Eyjafjallajkull eruptions plume in Rimini, Italy
P. Rossini (1), E. Molinaroli (2), G.i De Falco (3), F. Fiesoletti (1), A. Manti (4), G. Matteucci (1,3), S. Papa (4), E. Pari (1), A. Renzulli (4),
P. Tentoni (1), A. Testoni (1), L. Valentini (4)
1. Istituto di Ricerca Gruppo C.S.A., via Al Torrente 22, 47923 Rimini, Italy
2. Dipartimento di Scienze Ambientali, Informatica e Statistica, Universit Ca Foscari Venezia, Dorsoduro 2137, 30123 Venezia, Italy
3. IAMC-CNR, Localit Sa Mardini, 09072 Torregrande - Oristano, Italy
4. Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra, della Vita e dellAmbiente, Universit di Urbino Carlo Bo, 61029 Urbino, Italy
LP79. Gradual dissection of endosteal structures.
A way to understand the osteoblast-osteocyte kinetics
M. Amatruda (1), T. Congiu (1), M. Marchese (2), U.E. Pazzaglia (2)
1. Dipartimento di Morfologia Umana, Universit dellInsubria, 21100 Varese, Italy
2. Clinica Ortopedica, Universit di Brescia, Spedali Civili di Brescia, 25123, Brescia, Italy
LP80. Trefoil factor family protein 3 in cartilage undergoing endochondral ossication in the developing mouse fetus
N. Bijelic (1), T. Belovari (1), M. Baus-Loncar (2,3)
1. Department of Histology and Embryology, School of Medicine, J.Huttlera 4, 31000 Osijek, Croatia
2. Department of Clinical Chemistry and Biochemistry, School of Medicine, J.Huttlera 4, 31000 Osijek, Croatia
3. Department of molecular medicine, Institute Rud
-
er Bokovic, Bijenicka 54, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia
LP81. Development and visualisation of bovine intervertebral disc by SHG imaging and dynamic nanoindentation
Z. Burdkov (1), E. Filov (3), J. epitka (2), J. Luke (2), M. C

apek (1), J. Klepetr (1), J. Jancek (1)


1. Department of Biomathematics, Institute of Physiology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Vdensk 1083, 142 20 Prague, Czech Republic
2. Laboratory of Biomechanics, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, CTU in Prague, Technick 4, Prague 6, 166 07, Czech Republic
3. Department of Tissue Engineering, Institute of Experimental Medicine, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Vdensk 1083, 142 20
Prague, Czech Republic
LP82. Alterations of extracellular matrix of the partially transected Achilles tendon submitted to low level laser therapy
F. D. Guerra (1), C. P. Vieira (1), A.A. Aro (1), E. R. Pimentel (1)
1. Department of Anatomy, Cell Biology and Physiology and Biophysics, Institute of Biology, University of Campinas UNICAMP. CP 6109, zip
code 13083-970, Campinas, SP, Brazil
LP83. Ultrastructural architecture of the protective matrices in embryos and marsupial mancas of the crustacean Porcellio scaber
P. Mrak, N. nidaric, M. Tuek nidaric and J. trus
University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical faculty, Department of Biology, Vecna pot 111, Ljubljana, SI-1000, Slovenia
LP84. Orchidectomy affects PTH secretion, trabecular bone structure and metabolism in middle-aged male rats
J. Pantelic, B. Filipovic, B. oic-Jurjevic, V. Ajdanovic, I. Medigovic, V. Milosevic, M. Sekulic
Department of Citology, University of Belgrade, Institute for Biological Research Sinia Stankovic, Belgrade, Serbia
LP85. Elastic ber abnormalities in a case of Beals syndrome
D. Guerra, S. Costa and D. Quaglino
Department of Biomedical Sciences, Via G. Campi 287, Modena, 41125, Italy
LP86. Epitaxial structure of collagen brils: TEM & AFM observations.
M. Raspanti (1), M. Reguzzoni (1), M. Protasoni (1) and D. Martini (2)
1. Department of Human Morphology, Insubria University, Varese
2. Department of Human Morphological Sciences, Bologna University, Bologna
LP87. Histochemical and immunohistochemical characterization of tail n lepidotrichia regeneration in Corydoras aeneus
S. Stavri, and O. Zarnescu
Department of Animal Biology, University of Bucharest, 91-95 Splaiul Independentei, Bucharest, 050095, Romania.
LP88. Extracellular matrix of the deep digital exor tendon undergoes change with inammation in surrounding tissue
C.P. Vieira (1), F.D. Guerra (1), A.A. Aro (1), and E.R Pimentel (1)
1. Department of Anatomy, Cell Biology, Physiology and Biophysics, Institute of Biology - UNICAMP, CP 6109, ZIP code: 13083-863 Campinas, Brazil
LP89. Fine structure of cuticular elaborations associated with male exocrine glands in the crustacean Titanethes albus
M. Vittori, R. Kostanjek, N. nidaric, and J. trus
University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical faculty, Department of Biology, Vecna pot 111, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia.
LP90. Functional morphology, ultrastructure and composition of chelipeds in the cave shrimp Troglocaris anophthalmus
N. nidaric (1), P. Mrak (1), J. Jugovic (1), A. Martincic (2), J. cancar (2) and J. trus (1)
1. Department of Biology, Biotechnical Faculty, University of Ljubljana, Vecna pot 111, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
2. Laboratory for Analytical Chemistry in Environment, Department of Environmental Sciences, Institute J. Stefan, Jamova 39, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
LP91. Oxytocin protects against ischemia/reperfusion injury in skeletal muscle.
K. Erkanli (2) , A. nal (2), S. Arbak (1), G. Ekincioglu (3), N. Isiksacan (4), G. Erkanli Senturk (1)
1. Acbadem University, School of Medicine, Department of Histology and Embryology, Maltepe, Istanbul, Turkey.
2. Mehmet Akif Ersoy Education and Research Hospital, Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, istanbul, Turkey,
3. Acbadem University, Vocational Schools, Department of Pathology Lab Technician, Maltepe, Istanbul, Turkey,
4. Mehmet Akif Ersoy Education and Research Hospital, Department of Biochemistry, istanbul, Turkey
LP92. Confocal microscopy evaluation of the polarization induced by different NK activatory and co-activatory receptors
F. Buccella (1), G. Del Zotto (2), A. Lucarini (1,2), B. Canonico (1), F. Luchetti (1), S. Papa (1), and L. Zamai (1)
1. Department of Earth, Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Urbino Carlo Bo Urbino (PU) 61029 Italy
2. INFN dei Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso, Assergi, LAquila.
LP93. Immunolocalization at electron microscopy of the senescence-related protein, terminin in human broblasts
M. Giagnacovo (1), M. Malatesta (2), P. Veneroni (1) and C. Pellicciari (1)
1. Dept. of Animal Biology, University of Pavia, Via A. Ferrata 9, 27100 Pavia, Italy;
2. Dept. of Neurological, Neuropsychological, Morphological and Motor Sciences (Anatomy and Histology Section), University of Verona, Strada Le Grazie 8, 37134 Verona, Italy.
LP94. The role of clusterin on beta cell regeneration after exendin-4 treatment in neonatal STZ administrated rat
F. Kaya Dagistanli, M. Ozturk
Department of Medical Biology, Faculty of Cerrahpasa Medicine, Istanbul University 34098-Cerrahpasa, Istanbul, Turkey.
LP95. Hsp70 and hsp90 immuno-expression in brown adipose tissue of hyperinsulinaemic rats
S. Prekovic (1), K. Velickovic (1), I. Golic (1), A. Stancic (2), V. Otasevic (2), M. Vucetic (2), A. Jankovic (2), and M. Markelic (1)
1. Faculty of Biology, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia.
2. Institute for Biological Research Sinisa Stankovic, University of Belgrade, Serbia.
LP96. AR-A014418 as a Glycogen Synthase Kinase-3 inhibitor: Anti-apoptotic and therapeutic potential in experimental spinal cord injury
M. Tundemir (1), A. Yildirim (2), A. Karaoglan (3), O. Akdemir (4), M. ztrk (1)
1 Department of Medical Biology, Cerrahpasa Faculty of Medicine, Istanbul University.
2 Department of Neurosurgery, Bingl State Hospital.
3 Department of Neurosurgery, Maltepe University, School of Medicine, istanbul.
4 Department of Neurosurgery, Taksim Education and Research Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey
LP97. 3D alignment and averaging of quasi equivalent volumes extracted from tomograms.
F. Cantele (1), E. Paccagnini (2), P. Lupetti (2), and S. Lanzavecchia (1)
1. Dipartimento di Chimica Strutturale, Universit degli Studi di Milano, Via G. Venezian 21, 20133, Milano, Italy
2. Dipartimento di Biologia Evolutiva, Universit degli Studi di Siena, Italy
LP98. Organization of fusiform vesicles in umbrella cells of urothelium
S. Hudoklin (1), K. Jezernik (1), M. Pavelka (2), J. Neumller (2), and R. Romih (1)
1.Institute of Cell Biology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ljubljana, Lipiceva 2, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia; 2. Department of Cell Biology and
Ultrastructure Research, Center for Anatomy and Cell Biology, Medical University of Vienna, Schwarzspanierstrasse 17, A-1090 Vienna, Austria
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LP99. Structural study of chloroplast biogenesis in bean confocal and electron microscopy techniques
. Rudowska (1), R. Bartosiewicz (2), R. Mazur (3), R. Lorent (1), M. Garstka (3), and A. Mostowska (1)
1.Department of Plant Anatomy and Cytology, Faculty of Biology; University of Warsaw; Miecznikowa 1, 02-096 Warsaw, Poland
2. Laboratory of Electron Microscopy, Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Pasteura 3, 02-093 Warszawa
3.Department of Metabolic Regulation, Faculty of Biology, University of Warsaw; Miecznikowa 1, 02-096 Warsaw, Poland
LP100. 3D EM Study Reveals Dynamics of Chromatin and Nuclear Pores in the Malaria Parasite Plasmodium falciparum.
A. Weiner (2) , V. Shinder (1) , N. Dahan-Pasternak (3) , E. Shimoni (1) , P. van Hugh (1), M. Elbaum (2) , R. Dzikowski (3)
1. Chemical Research Support Department, Weizmann Institute of Sciences, Rehovot, 76100.
2. Materials and Interfaces Department, Weizmann Institute of Sciences, Rehovot, 76100.
3. Microbiology and Molecular Genetics Department, Hebrew University- Hadassa Medical School, Jerusalem, 91120, Israel.
LP101. Effects of nicotinamide on pancreatic islets neogenesis in STZ treated neonatal rats
F. Kaya Dagistanli, M. Ozturk (Istanbul, TR)
Departement of Medical Biology, facolty of cerrahposa medicine, Istambul
MATERIALS SCIENCES
MP1. Single step plasma deposition of hydrocarbon thin lms containing Pt nanoclusters for fuel cells applications
G. Barucca (1),E. Santecchia (1), P. Mengucci (1), A. Milella (2), F. Palumbo (3)
1. Dipartimento FIMET, Universit Politecnica delle Marche, Via Brecce Bianche, I-60131 Ancona, Italy. E-mail: g.barucca@univpm.it
2.Dipartimento di Chimica, Unversit degli Studi, Via E. Orabona 4, 70126 Bari, Italy
3. CNR-Istituto di Metodologie Inorganiche e dei Plasmi, Via E.Orabona 4, 70126 Bari, Italy
MP2. Micro-and nanostructures of Sb2O3 grown by evaporation-deposition. Self assembly phenomena
T. Cebriano, B. Mndez and J. Piqueras
1. Department of Materials Physics, Faculty of Physics, University Complutense of Madrid, 28040 Madrid, Spain
MP3. Microstructure and hydrogen storage properties of MgH2-TiB2 composites
S. Miloevic (1), . Rakovic -Lovre (1), I. Milanovic (1), S. Kurko (1), R. Vujasin (1), Z. Bacarevic (2), Lj. Matovic (1), J. Grbovic Novakovic (1)
1. Laboratory for Materials Science, Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences, PO Box 522, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia
2. Institute of Multidisciplinary Research, Kneza Vieslava 1, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia
MP4. Role of Nb2O5 on destabilization reaction of MgH2 with Si
A. Montone, A. Aurora, V. Contini, M. R. Mancini and J. Rimauro
ENEA, Material Technology Unit, Research Center of Casaccia, Via Anguillarese, 301 - 00123 Rome, Italy
MP5. Structures and compositions of maghemite nanoparticles
I. Nyiro-Ksa (1), A. Recnik (2), I. Ddony (3), M. Psfai (4)
1. Department of Material Engineering, University of Pannonia, Veszprm, Hungary
2. Department for Nanostructured Materials, Joef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia
3. Department of Mineralogy, Etvs L. University, Budapest, Hungary
4. Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Pannonia, Veszprm, Hungary
MP6. Metal nanostructures embedded in an oxide matrix by pulsed laser deposition: a TEM Investigation
A. Castelo (1), C. N. Afonso (1), E. Piscopiello (2), E. Pesce (2) and M. Vittori Antisari (3)
1. Laser Processing Group, Instituto de Optica, CSIC, Serrano 121, 28006 Madrid, Spain,
2. ENEA UTTMATB-COMP, S.S. 7 Appia km 706, I-72100 Brindisi, Italy
3. ENEA UTTMAT, C.R. Casaccia C.P. 2400, 00123 Rome, Italy
MP7. Microstructure and hydrogen storage properties of MgH2-TiB2-SiC composites
. Rakovid-Lovre (1), S.Miloevic (1), I. Milanovic (1), S. Kurko (1), R. Vujasin (1), Z. Bacarevic (2),
J. Grbovic Novakovic (1), Lj. Matovic (1)
1. Laboratory for Materials Science, Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences, PO Box 522, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia
2. Institute of Multidisciplinary Research, Kneza Vieslava 1, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia
MP8. Effects of hydrogen sorption cycles on the microstructure of Mg-Nb lms
E. Santecchia (1), G.Barucca (1), L. Gobbi (1), P. Mengucci (1), R. Checchetto (2)
1. Dipartimento FIMET, Universit Politecnica delle Marche, Via Brecce Bianche, I-60131 Ancona, Italy. E-mail: e.santecchia@univpm.it
2.Dipartimento di Fisica, Universit di Trento, Via Sommarive, I-38123 Povo (TN), Italy.
MP9. Electron Beam and Ion Beam Induced Depositions: morphology, composition, contaminations and applications to nanotechnology
A. Taurino, M. Catalano
Institute for Microelectronics and Microsystems, IMM-CNR, Via Monteroni, 73100 Lecce, I
MP10. Anatase TiO2 nanorods for gas sensor applications: high resolution transmission electron microscopy and strain analysis
R. Zamani (1,2), M. Epifani (3), P. Siciliano (3), J. R. Morante (2,4), and J. Arbiol (1,5)
1. Institut de Cincia de Materials de Barcelona, ICMAB-CSIC, E-08193 Bellaterra, Spain
2. Catalonia Institute for Energy Research (IREC), E-08019 Barcelona, Spain.
3. Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - Istituto per la Microelettronica e Microsistemi (C.N.R.-I.M.M.), via Monteroni, I-73100 Lecce, Italy
4. Departament dElectrnica, Universitat de Barcelona, E-08028 Barcelona, Spain
5. Instituci Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avanats (ICREA) E-08010 Barcelona, Spain
MP11. Electron microscopy investigations of helically coiled carbon nanotubes synthesized by CCVD
D. Fejes (1), M. Raffai (1), Z. Balogh (2), R. Smajda (3), L. Forro (3) and K. Hernadi (1)
1. Department of Applied and Environmental Chemistry, University of Szeged, Rerrich tr 1. H-6720
2. Center for Electron Nanoscopy, Technical University of Denmark, Fysikvej 2800 Kgs Lyngby Denmark
3. Institute of Physics of Complex Matter (IPMC), Ecole Polytechnique Fdrale de Lausanne, CH-1015 Lausanne, Switzerland
MP12. TEM study of oxide precipitates and other microstructural defects in Czochralski-grown silicon after various heat treatments
J. Burk (1), M. Svoboda (1), M. Meduna (2), J. Ruicka (2), and O. Caha (2)
1. Institute of Physics of Materials, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, ikova 22, CZ-61662 Brno, Czech Republic; e-mail: bursik@ipm.cz
2. Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University, Kotlrsk 2, CZ-61137 Brno, Czech Republic
MP13. XRD and TEM characterization of rutile nano-rods synthesized from a peroxotitanium complex precursor
M. Krivec (1), G. Draid (1)
1. Department of Nanostructured Materials, Joef Stefan Institute, Jamova cesta 39, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
MP14. Investigation of TiO2 nanoparticles obtained from hydrated titania gels
N. Murafa (1), J. ubrt (1), J. Bohcek (1), P. Puliov (1)
1. Institute of Inorganic Chemistry of the Academy of Science of the Czech Republic, v.v.i., 250 68 Husinec-Rez 1001
MP15. Chemically Etched Silicon Nanostructures for Solar Cell Applications
G. Z. Radnczi (1), V. Sivakov (2), M. Schreivogel (2), S. H. Christiansen (2, 3) and B. Pcz (1)
1. Research Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science, H-1525 Budapest, P.O. Box 49, Hungary, E-Mail: pecz@mfa.kfki.hu
2. Institut fr Photonische Technologien, Albert Einstein Str. 9, D-07745 Jena, Germany
3. Max Planck Institut fr die Physik des Lichts, Gnther Scharowsky Str. 1, D-91058 Erlangen, Germany
MP16. Synthesis and characterization of TiO2 nanoparticles doped with transition metals
C. Vsquez (1), M.A. Peche-Herrero (2), D. Maestre (1), A. Cremades (1), J. Ramrez-Castellanos (2), J. Gonzlez-Calbet (2), and J. Piqueras (1)
1. Department of Materials Physics, Faculty of Physics, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 28040 Madrid (Spain)
2. Department of Inorganic Chemistry I, Faculty of Chemistry, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 28040 Madrid (Spain)
MP17. Microstructure and luminescent properties of transition metal doped SnO2 nanoparticles
M. A. Peche-Herrero (1), D. Maestre (2), J. Ramrez-Castellanos (1), A. Cremades (2), J. Piqueras (2) and J. M. Gonzlez-Calbet (1)
1. Department of Inorganic Chemistry I, Facultad de Cc. Qumicas, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid (Spain).
2. Department of Material Physics, Facultad de Cc. Fsicas, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid (Spain)
MP18. Development of Si nanocrystal layers embedded in Si3N4
L. Tth (1), P. Basa (1,2), T. Jszi (1,2), L. Dobos (1), B. Pcz (1), and Zs. J. Horvth (1,3)
1. Research Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, P.O.Box 49, H-1525 Hungary
2. Semilab Semiconductor Physics Laboratory Co. Ltd., Budapest, Prielle Kornlia u. 2, H-1117 Hungary
3. buda University, Kand Klmn Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Institute of Microelectronics and Technology, Budapest, Tavaszmezo u.
15-17, H-1084 Hungary
MP19. TEM study of nanocomposite TiC/a-C:H coating prepared by balanced magnetron sputtering
V. Burkov (1), J. Burk (2), P.Vaina (1), P. Soucek (1), L. Zbransk (1), O. Caha (3) and M. Jlek (4)
1. Department of Physical Electronics, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University, Kotlrsk 2, CZ-61137 Brno, Czech Republic, vilmab@physics.
muni.cz
2. Institute of Physics of Materials, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, ikova 22, CZ-61662 Brno, Czech Republic
3. Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University, Kotlrsk 2, CZ-61137 Brno, Czech Republic
4. SHM umperk, Prumyslov 3020/3, CZ-787 01, umperk, Czech Republic
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MP20. Atomic-resolution studies of La0.65Sr0.35MnO3 thin lms grown on SrTiO3 substrates
R. Ciancio (1), A. Yu. Petrov (1), B. A. Davidson (1), A. Taurino (2), M. Catalano (2), and E. Carlino (1)
1. CNR- IOM TASC, Area Science Park, Basovizza S.S. 14 km 163.5, 34149 Trieste Italy
2. CNR-IMM -Unit of Lecce, Via Monteroni, 73100 Lecce, Italy
MP21. Scanning probe microscopy investigation of thin lms surfaces
R. Kubnek(1), M. Vujtek(1), K. afrov(2), J. Frydrych(2), and M. Miglierini(3)
(1) Department of Experimental Physics, Faculty of Science, Palacky University, Olomouc, 17. listopadu 12, 771 46, Czech Republic
(2) Regional Centre of Advanced Technologies and Materials, Faculty of Science, Palacky University, Olomouc, 17. listopadu 12, 77146, Olomouc,
Czech Republic
(3) Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, Ilkovicova 3, 812 19, Slovakia
MP22. Microstructural characterization of low-friction carbon-based nanocomposite coatings
T. Moskalewicz (1), B. Wendler (2), M. Makwka (2), A. Czyrska-Filemonowicz (1)
1. AGH University of Science and Technology, International Centre of Electron Microscopy for Materials Science, 30-059 Krakw, Al. A. Mickie-
wicza 30, Poland
2. Technical University of Lodz, Institute of Materials Science and Engineering, 90-924 dz, ul. Stefanowskiego 1, Poland
MP23. Electron microscopy study of TiO2 covered MWNT lms
Z. Nemeth (1), E. Horvath (2), A.Magrez (2), L. Forro (2), and K. Hernadi (1)
1. Department of Applied and Environmental Chemistry, University of Szeged, Rerrich tr 1, Szeged, H-6720 Hungary, e-mail: nemethz@chem.u-szeged.hu
2. Laboratory of Physics of Complex Matter, IPMC, EPFL, Ecublens, CH-1026 Switzerland
MP24. Morphological analysis of copper deposits obtained by the regime of reversing current (RC) in the hydrogen co-deposition range
D. Neboja Nikolid (1) and G. Brankovid (2)
1. ICTM-Institute of Electrochemistry, University of Belgrade, Njegoeva 12, Belgrade, Serbia
2. Institute for Multidisciplinary Research, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia
MP25. Structure of ZrN lms deposited by ion assisted RF magnetron sputtering
E. Piscopiello (1), M.A. Signore (1), A. Rizzo (1), L.Tapfer (1), E. Pesce (1), and M. Vittori Antisari (2)
1. ENEA UTTMATB, S.S. 7 Appia km 706, I-72100 Brindisi, Italy.
2. ENEA UTTMAT, C.R. Casaccia C.P. 2400, 00123 Rome, Italy.
MP26. On TEM characterization of polymer nanocomposites used as protective coatings
M. Re (1), E. Pesce (1), M.F. De Riccardis (1). V. Martina (1), D. Carbone (1) and M. Vittori Antisari (2)
1. ENEA C.R. Brindisi - UTTMATB, S.S. 7 Appia km 706 Brindisi, 72100 - Italy
2. ENEA C.R. Casaccia - UTTMAT, Via Anguillarese 301, 00123 Roma Italy
MP27. Imaging the surface of Rutile by STEM and its implication for organic molecule bonding
B. Schaffer (1,2), K.J.T. Livi (3), D. Azzolini (4), C.R. Seabourne (5), K. Sader (1,5), M. Shannon (1,6), D. Sverjensky (4,7), R. Hazen (7) and R. Brydson (5)
1. SuperSTEM, STFC Daresbury Laboratories, Warrington WA4 4AD, UK
2. SUPA, School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ, UK
3. HRAEM/IIC Facility, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 21218 USA
4. Dept. Earth & Planetary Sciences, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 21218 USA
5. Inst. Materials Research, SPEME, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT, UK
6. Department of Engineering, University of Liverpool, Liverpool L69 3BX, UK
7. Geophysical Laboratory, Carnegie Inst. Washington, Washington, DC 20015 USA
MP28. Holographic methods for 3D imaging of phase microscopic objects
D. N. Tishko, T. V. Tishko, and V. P. Titar
Department of Radio-Physics, Holography Laboratory, Kharkov National University, 4 Svoboda sq., 61077, Kharkov, Ukraine, E-mail: Tishko@
univer.kharkov.ua
MP29. Adhesive and cohesive failure mechanisms of plasma sprayed coatings
M. Vilmov, J. Siegl, P. Hauild
Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical
Engineering, Department of Materials, Trojanova 13, 120 00 Prague 2, Czech Republic.
MP30. Structure of BFO(La) CSD thin lms
O.M. Zhigalina (1), D.N. Khmelenin (1), K.A. Vorotilov (2), N.M. Kotova (2), I.S. Seregin (2) and A.A. Mazitov (2)
1. A.V. Shubnikov Institute of Crystallography, Russian Academy of Sciences, Leninskii prospekt, 59, 119333 Moscow, Russia
2. Moscow State Institute of Radioengineering, Electronics and Automation (Technical University), Vernadskii prospekt, 78, 119434 Moscow, Russia
MP31. Structural analysis of severely deformed Ni3Ge by electron microscopy methods
A. Grill, H. P. Karnthaler and C. Rentenberger
Physics of Nanostructured Materials, University of Vienna, Boltzmanngasse 5, 1090 Wien
MP32. Use of Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy in the in-situ study of different heat treatments of a duplex stainless steel
R. Leiva-Garca (1), M.J. Muoz Portero (1), J. Garca Antn (1)
1. Univ. Politcnica de Valencia, Ingeniera Electroqumica y Corrosin (IEC), Dep. Ingeniera Qumica y Nuclear, Camino de Vera s/n, 46022
Valencia, Spain; tel. +34963877632; fax: +34963877639
MP33. The effect of recasting on structure and microhardness of high gold dental alloy
V.M. Maksimovid (1), A.D. C

airovid (2) and I. Cvijovic-Alagic (1)


1. Department of Materials Science, Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinca, University of Belgrade, PO Box 522, 11001 Belgrade, Serbia
2. Faculty of Stomatology, University of Belgrade, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia
MP34. Evolution of AlCr5.5Fe2Ti1 Alloy Structure during its Compaction
A. Michalcov (1), D. Vojtech (2), P. Novk (2)
1. Department of Chemical Technology of Monuments Conservation, Institute of Chemical Technology Prague, Technick 5, Praha 6, 166 28,
Czech Republic
2. Department of Metals and Corrosion Engineering, Institute of Chemical Technology Prague, Technick 5, Praha 6, 166 28, Czech Republic
MP35. The microstructure and fracture mode study of alloyed ADI materials at low temperature
D. Rajnovic (1), O. Eric (2), S. Balos (1), M. Damjanovic (1) and L. Sidjanin (1)
1. Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Trg D. Obradovica 6, 21000 Novi Sad, Serbia
2. Institute Kirilo Savic, Vojvode Stepe 51, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia
MP36. Study of Niobium-rich precipitates in (Ni-Ti) 8.4% Nb shape memory alloy
H. Shi (1), J. Van Humbeeck (2) and D. Schryvers (1)
1. EMAT, University of Antwerp, Groenenborgerlaan 171, B-2020 Antwerp, Belgium
2. MTM, KULeuven, Kasteelpark Arenberg 44, B-3001 Leuven, Belgium
MP37. TEM study of the quasicrystalline phase transformation in Al-Mn-Fe melt-spun ribbon.
K. Stan, L. Lityoska-Dobrzyoska, A. Wierzbicka-Miernik, and A. Gral
Institute of Metallurgy and Materials Science Polish Academy of Sciences, 30-059 Cracow, 25, Reymonta St., Poland
MP38. Combination of nanoindentation with scanning electron microscopy for characterization of strain induced martensitic transfor-
mation in a metastable austenitic stainless steel
P. Hauild, J. Nohava*, M. Vilmov
Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Department of Materials, Trojanova 13, 120 00
Prague 2, Czech Republic.
* CSM Instruments, Rue de la Gare 4, CH-2034 Peseux, Switzerland
MP39. Comparison by Electron Tomography of modied Y Zeolites Mesoporosity
A.S Gay (1), L. Sorbier (1), V. Lefebvre (1), A.L. Taleb (1), C. Tracol (1), M. Moreaud (1), B. Celse (1), S. Lopes-Silva (1), L. Simon (1)
1. IFP Energies nouvelles, Rond-point de lchangeur de Solaize, BP 3, 69360 Solaize, France
MP40. Microstructure and morphology of natural clay minerals
J. Grbovic Novakovic (1), A. Djukic (1), B. Paska Mamula (1), N. Novakovic (1), Lj. Matovic (1), Lj. Vulicevid (2), N. Ivanovic (1)
1. Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences, PO Box 522, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia
2. Technical Faculty C

acak, University of Kragujevac, Serbia


MP41. Electron beam studies of deposition of inactive ssion products on stainless steel holders
A. Pintr Csords, N. Vr, Lajos Matus, and Z. Hzer
Hungarian Academy of Sciences KFKI Atomic Energy Research Institute, PO Box 49, Budapest, 1525
MP42. Imaging of the microstructure of BaTiO3 and direct observation of ferroelectric domain switching during cooling
A.Reichmann (1), H.Reingruber (1), K.Reichmann (2), and P.Poelt (1)
1. Institute for Electron Microscopy, Graz University of Technology, 8010 Graz, Austria
2. Christian Doppler Laboratory for Advanced Ferroic Oxides, Graz University of Technology, 8010 Graz, Austria
MP43. Observation of ferroelastic domains in spinel type nickel-manganites
K. Reichmann (1), A. Feteira (2), A. Reichmann (3)
1) Christian Doppler Laboratory for Advanced Ferroic Oxides, Graz University of Technology, 8010 Graz, Austria
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2) Christian Doppler Laboratory for Advanced Ferroic Oxides, University of Birmingham, B15 2TT, United Kingdom
3) Institute for Electron Microscopy, Graz University of Technology, 8010 Graz, Austria
MP44. Thermosensitive hydrogels as crystallization media
M. Cespi (1), G. Bonacucina (1), L. Casettari (2), E. Castagnino (2) and G.F. Palmieri (1)
(1) School of Pharmacy, University of Camerino, Via SantAgostino, 1, Camerino, 62032 (Italy)
(2) Department of Biomolecular Sciences, University of Urbino Carlo Bo, Piazza Rinascimento, 6, Urbino 61029 (Italy)
MP45. Heco Nanocomposites: Different Approaches For Morphology Investigation
M. Casinelli (1), G. Ferrara (1), R. Selleri (1)
1. Basell Polyolene Italia SrL, a LyondellBasell Company
G. Natta Research Centre, 44100 Ferrara
MP46. Using the FRP bers in improvement of the behavior the masonry structures under several conditions
Naser Kabashi (1), Rozafa Basha (2), Cene Krasniqi (3)
1. Department of Civil Engineering, University of Prishtina, Kosova
2. Department of Architecture, University of Prishtina, Kosova
3. Department of Civil Engineering, University of Prishtina, Kosova
MP47. Study and restoration of Roman commemorative stones belonging to Almerici collection in Pesaro archaeological museum
M. L. Amadori (1), F. Bartolomeoli (2), F. Milazzo (3), P. Pallante (4), S. Paolini (2), E. Pieramici (2), V. Russo (2)
1. Department of Base Sciences and Fundamentals (DiSBeF), University of Urbino, p.za Rinascimento 6, Urbino, Italy
2. Conservation and Restoration of Historic and Artistic Heritage Course Degree, University of Urbino, Italy
3. Soprintendenza ai Beni Archeologici e Ambientali delle Marche, Via Birarelli, Ancona, Italy
4. Forgeo Associated Technical Studio, via Cardarelli 5, Modena, Italy
MP48. Integrated techniques for the characterization of materials of the Montecassianos Mattia della Robbia altar-piece (XVth century)
S. Barcaioni (1), M. L. Amadori (2), S. Barcelli (2)
1. Conservation and Restoration of Historic and Artistic Heritage Course Degree, University of Urbino, Italy
2. Department of Base Sciences and Fundamentals (DiSBeF), University of Urbino, p.za Rinascimento 6, Urbino, 61029, PU, Italy
MP49. Scientic characterization of Francesco Lauranas marble statues (between XVth and XVIth century)
A. Caserta (1), M. L. Amadori (2), G. Raffaelli (3), P. Pallante (4), and M. Sebastianelli (5)
1. Conservation and Restoration of Historic and Artistic Heritage Course Degree, University of Urbino, Italy
2. Department DiSBeF, University of Urbino, p.za Rinascimento 6, Urbino, Italy
3. Department DiSTeVA, Sogesta Campus, University of Urbino, Urbino, Italy
4. For.geo Associated Technical Studio, via Cardarelli 5, Modena, Italy
5. Museo Diocesano of Palermo, Italy
MP50. Microscopic characterization of polychrome wooden sculptures from Val Formazza (Piedmont, Italy)
S. Della Ferrera (1), M. L. Amadori (2), S. Barcelli (2), M. Sebastianelli (3)
1. Conservation and Restoration of Historic and Artistic Heritage Course Degree, University of Urbino, Italy
2. Department of Base Sciences and Fundamentals (DiSBeF), University of Urbino, p.za Rinascimento 6, Urbino, 61029, PU, Italy
3. Museo Diocesano, Palermo, 90134, PA, Italy
MP51. Archaeometric studies on cocciopesto (crushed pottery) mortars from the workshop area in Shawbak castle (Jordan)
R. Franchi (1), L. Gobbi (2) , G. Raffaelli (1)
1. DiSTeVA, Universit degli Studi di Urbino, Campus Scientico, Locali Crocicchia, 61029 Urbino, Italy
2. FIMET, Universit Politecnica delle Marche, Via Brecce Bianche ,60131 Ancona, Italy
MP52. Archaeometric studies on ceramics of Cyrene
R. Franchi (1), L. Gobbi (2) , M. Luni (3), O. Mei (3)
1. DiSTeVA, Universit degli Studi di Urbino, Campus Scientico, Locali Crocicchia, 61029 Urbino, Italy
2. FIMET, Universit Politecnica delle Marche, Via Brecce Bianche ,60131 Ancona, Italy
3. Dip. di Scienze del Testo e del Patrimonio Culturale, Universit degli Studi di Urbino, Via del Balestriere 2, 61029 Urbino, Italy
MP53. Microscopic Documentation of Wood Damage Caused by Preservatives Based on Inorganic Compounds
A. Michalcov, I. Kucerov
1. Department of Chemical Technology of Monuments Conservation, Institute of Chemical Technology Prague, Technick 5, Praha 6, 166 28,
Czech Republic
MP54. Microscopic Study of Paper Deacidication Process
A. Michalcov (1), M. D

urovic (1,2), E. temberov (1)


1. Department of Chemical Technology of Monuments Conservation, Institute of Chemical Technology, Technick 5, Praha 6, 166 28, Czech
Republic
2. The National Archives, Archivn 4/2257, Praha 4 Chodovec, 149 01, Czech Republic
MP55. Restoration of lacunae on textile heritage: proposal of alternate materials
V. Viti, L. Borgioli, D. De Luca, L. Sabatini
1. Restoration Laboratory, University of Urbino Carlo Bo, via San Girolamo 8, 61029 Urbino, Italy
2. Ofce of Scientic and Technical CTS srl, via Piave 20/22, 36077 Altavilla Vicentina (VI), Italy
3. Restoration Laboratory, University of Urbino Carlo Bo, via San Girolamo 8, 61029 Urbino, Italy
4. Department of Biomolecular Sciences, University of Urbino Carlo Bo, via S. Chiara 27, 61029 Urbino, Italy
MP56. Analysis on pigments, frescoes and mortars by electron and light microscopy
T. Zubin, V. Grozdanic
Research Centre METRIS, Department of Istrian Development Agency Ltd., Zagrebacka 30, HR-52100 Pula, Croatia
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