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  1. Receptor identification in canine valvular interstitial cell culture.

Vercelli, C.; Re, G; Galloni, M.; Gambino, G.; Vignolini, C.; Janus, I.; Tursi, M.

Atti XXIX Reunion de la sociedad espanola de anatomia patologica veterinaria, p.79. Caceres, 14th -16th June 2017.

http://hdl.handle.net/2318/1647244

 

  1. In vitro techniques to study valvular interstitial cells of mitral valve in mammals /domestic animals. A cellular approch for the investigation of valvular insufficiency.

Vercelli, C.; Re, G.; Galloni, M.; Gambino, G.; Vignolini, C.; Janus, I.; Tursi, M.

Atti XXIX Reunion de la sociedad espanola de anatomia patologica veterinaria, p.78. Caceres, 14th -16th June 2017.

http://hdl.handle.net/2318/1647243

 

  1. Post-natal development of synaptic connections in the cerebellar cortex of the Reeler mouse.

Castagna, C.; Aimar, P.; Alasia, S.; Gambino, G.; Lossi, L.

Abstract book IX CONGRESSO NAZIONALE Associazione Italiana Morfologi Veterinari, p.3. Roma, 23-24 Maggio 2013.

http://hdl.handle.net/2318/152424

 

  1. Confocal imaging of organotypic brain slices for real time analysis of cell death.

Merighi, A.; Alasia, S.; Gambino, G.; Lossi, L.

Current microscopy contributions to advances in science and technology - FORMATEX Microscopy Series Nº 5, vol. 1, pp.76-83.

http://hdl.handle.net/2318/135242

 

  1. Direct in situ RT-PCR.

Lossi, L.; Gambino, G.; Salio, C.; Merighi, A.

Neuropeptides: Methods and Protocols vol. 789, pp.111-126. Humana Press, SpringerLink.

http://hdl.handle.net/2318/97570

 

  1. Cell Death during Cerebellar Development.

Lossi, L.; Gambino, G.; Alasia, S.; Salio, C.

Neuronal Cell Apoptosis, pp.119-142. NOVA Publishers.

http://hdl.handle.net/2318/122159

 

  1. Modulation of inhibitory neurotransmission by the vanilloid receptor type 1 (TRPV1) in organotypically cultured mouse substantia gelatinosa neurons.

Ferrini, F.; Salio, C.; Lossi, L.; Gambino, G.; Merighi, A.

PAIN vol. 150, pp.128-140. 

http://hdl.handle.net/2318/100039

 

  1. Autophagy regulates the post-translational cleavage of BCL-2 and promotes neuronal survival.

Lossi, L.; Gambino, G.; Salio, C.; Merighi, A.

THESCIENTIFICWORLDJOURNAL vol. 10, pp.924-929.

http://hdl.handle.net/2318/77436

 

  1. Posttranslational regulation of BCL2 levels in cerebellar granule cells: a mechanism of neuronal survival.

Lossi, L.; Gambino, G.; Ferrini, F; Alasia, S.; Merighi, A.

DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROBIOLOGY  vol. 69, pp.855-870.

http://hdl.handle.net/2318/73744

 

  1. Potassium-induced calcium release from intracellular stores via IP3 receptors activates the ERK/CAMK signaling pathways and leads to enhanced neuronal expression of BCL2: a potential mechanism for survival and neuroprotection in cerebellar granule cells.

Lossi, L.; Gambino, G.; Ferrini, F; Alasia, S.; Merighi, A.

Proceedings of the VII Symposium of the international Society for Cell Death, pp.36-36. Shangai.

http://hdl.handle.net/2318/56741

 

  1. Apoptosis of the cerebellar neurons.

Lossi, L.; Gambino, G.

HISTOLOGY AND HISTOPATHOLOGY vol. 23, pp.367-380.

http://hdl.handle.net/2318/22268

 

  1. Variations of K+/Ca2+ homeostasis influence BCL-2 expression in postnatal mouse cerebellum.

Merighi, A; Lossi, L; Gambino, G.

Proceedings of the Meeting of the Neuroscience Society USA, pp.on line. Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Atlanta 2006.

http://hdl.handle.net/2318/56577

 

  1. Regulation of bcl-2 expression in post-natal mouse cerebellum.

Lossi, L.; Gambino, G.; Merighi, A.

It J Anat Embryol, pp.1-1. XXVI Congress of the European Association of Veterinary Anatomists. Messina, 19-22 luglio 2006.

http://hdl.handle.net/2318/60171

 

  1. Neuronal depolarization increases bcl-2 expression in post-natal mouse cerebellum.

Lossi, L.; Gambino, G.; Merighi, A.

Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner, pp.online. Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC.

http://hdl.handle.net/2318/57120

 

  1. In vivo analysis reveals different apoptotic pathways in pre- and postmigratory cerebellar granule cells of rabbit.

Lossi, L.; Gambino, G.; Mioletti, S.; Merighi, A.

JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY vol. 60, pp.437-452.

http://hdl.handle.net/2318/1126

 

  1. Relation between EGF-R levels and tumour response to endocrine treatment in DMBA-induced mammary tumour.

Racca, S.; Abbadessa, G.; Gambino, G.; Conti, G.; Di Carlo F.

Atti del 6th Joint Meeting of the Italian, Hungarian and Polish Pharmacological Societies, pp.14. Pisa, 14-16 maggio 1998.

http://hdl.handle.net/2318/74872

 

  1. L-histidine/medroxyprogesterone acetate interaction modulates human breast cancer cell growth and progestin receptor expression in vitro.

Ghezzo, F.; Racca, S.; Conti, G.; Berta, G.N.; D'avolio, A.; Abbadessa, G.; Gambino, G.; Di Carlo, F.

PHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH vol. 35 (2), pp.119-122.

http://hdl.handle.net/2318/37679

 

 

 

 

 

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Elenco Schede Prodotto:

Lossi L, Gambino G, Salio C, Merighi A  (2011)  Direct in situ RT-PCR,  in Merighi A, Neuropeptides: Methods and Protocols,  Humana Press, SpringerLink,  New York,  pp. 111-126.

Racca S, Abbadessa G, Gambino G, Conti G, Di carlo F.  (1998)  Relation between EGF-R levels and tumour response to endocrine treatment in DMBA-induced mammary tumour.,  Atti del 6th Joint Meeting of the Italian, Hungarian and Polish Pharmacological Societies,  SIF,  Pisa,  pp. 14- -.

L. Lossi; G. Gambino; F. Ferrini, S. Alasia, A. Merighi  (2009)  Posttranslational regulation of BCL2 levels in cerebellar granule cells: a mechanism of neuronal survival, DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROBIOLOGY (ISSN:1932-8451),  pp. 855- 870. Vol. 69.

Ferrini F., Salio C., Lossi L., Gambino G., Merighi A.  (2010)  Modulation of inhibitory neurotransmission by the vanilloid receptor type 1 (TRPV1) in organotypically cultured mouse substantia gelatinosa neurons,  PAIN (ISSN:0304-3959),  pp. 128- 140. Vol. 150.

L. Lossi, G. Gambino, C. Salio, A. Merighi  (2010)  Autophagy regulates the post- translational cleavage of BCL-2 and promotes neuronal survival, THESCIENTIFICWORLDJOURNAL (ISSN:1537-744X),  pp. 924- 929. Vol. 10.

Lossi L, Gambino G, Ferrini F, Alasia S,  Merighi A  (2008)  Potassium-induced calcium release from intracellular stores via IP3 receptors activates the ERK/CAMK signaling pathways and leads to enhanced neuronal expression of BCL2: a potential mechanism for survival and neuroprotection in cerebellar granule cells,  Proceedings of the VII Symposium of the international Society for Cell Death,  International Society for Cell Death, Shangai,  pp. 36- 36.

Lossi L, Gambino G, Merighi A  (2006)  Regulation of bcl-2 expression in post-natal mouse cerebellum,  It J Anat Embryol,  Mozzon Giuntina Il sedicesimo,  Firenze,  pp. 1- 1.

Merighi A, Lossi L, Gambino G.  (2006)  Variations of K+/Ca2+ homeostasis influence BCL-2 expression in postnatal mouse cerebellum,  Proceedings of the Meeting of the Neuroscience Society USA Atlanta 2006,  Society for Neuroscience,  Washington, DC,  pp. on line- on line.

Lossi L, Gambino G, Merighi A  (2005)  Neuronal depolarization increases bcl-2 expression in post-natal mouse cerebellum,  Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience,,  Society for Neuroscience,  Washington,  pp. online- online.

GHEZZO F ,RACCA S ,CONTI G ,BERTA GN ,D'AVOLIO A ,ABBADESSA G ,GAMBINO G ,DI CARLO F  (1997)  L-histidine/medroxyprogesterone acetate interaction modulates
human breast cancer cell growth and progestin receptor expression in vitro.,
PHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH (ISSN:1043-6618),  pp. 119- 122. Vol. 35(2).

L. Lossi; G. Gambino  (2008)  Apoptosis of the cerebellar neurons,  HISTOLOGY AND HISTOPATHOLOGY (ISSN:0213-3911),  pp. 367- 380. Vol. 23.

L. Lossi; G. Gambino; S. Mioletti; A. Merighi  (2004)  In vivo analysis reveals different apoptotic pathways in pre- and postmigratory cerebellar granule cells of rabbit, JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY (ISSN:0022-3034),  pp. 437- 452. Vol. 60.




 

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