Sfoglia per Autore

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Role of satellite cells in muscle growth and maintenance of muscle mass. 2012 BLAAUW, BERTSCHIAFFINO, STEFANO + NMCD. NUTRITION METABOLISM AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES - -
Regulation of skeletal muscle growth by the IGF1-Akt/PKB pathway: insights from genetic models. 2011 SCHIAFFINO, STEFANOMAMMUCARI, CRISTINA SKELETAL MUSCLE - -
Fiber types in mammalian skeletal muscles. 2011 SCHIAFFINO, STEFANOREGGIANI, CARLO PHYSIOLOGICAL REVIEWS - -
Eccentric contractions lead to myofibrillar dysfunction in muscular dystrophy. 2010 BLAAUW, BERTAGATEA, LISATONIOLO, LUANACANATO, MARTADANIELI, DANIELASCHIAFFINO, STEFANOREGGIANI, CARLO + JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY - -
Clonal characterization of rat muscle satellite cells: proliferation, metabolism and differentiation define an intrinsic heterogeneity. 2010 POZZOBON, MICHELAMILAN GSCHIAFFINO, STEFANOVETTOR, ROBERTODE COPPI, PAOLOSANNA, MARTA + PLOS ONE - -
The MDS mission on ISS: Muscle atrophy signaling pathways in mice after 92 days in space 2010 SANDONA', DORIANNADANIELI, DANIELASCHIAFFINO, STEFANO + - - atti del congresso
Two novel/ancient myosins in mammalian skeletal muscles: MYH14/7b and MYH15 are expressed in extraocular muscles and muscle spindles 2010 MAMMUCARI, CRISTINAREGGIANI, CARLOSCHIAFFINO, STEFANO + THE JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY - -
Inducible activation of Akt increases skeletal muscle mass and force without satellite cell activation. 2009 BLAAUW, BERTCANATO, MARTAAGATEA, LISATONIOLO, LUANAMAMMUCARI, CRISTINASANDRI, MARCOSCHIAFFINO, STEFANOREGGIANI, CARLO + THE FASEB JOURNAL - -
On ground preflight studies on skeletal muscle from mice kept in the Mouse Drawer System (MDS) 2009 SANDONA', DORIANNADANIELI, DANIELAPICARD, ANNE ALEIDASALVATORI, SERGIOSCHIAFFINO, STEFANO + BASIC AND APPLIED MYOLOGY - -
Cardiac interstitial cells express GATA4 and control dedifferentiation and cell cycle re-entry of adult cardiomyocytes. 2009 ZAGLIA, TANIADEDJA, ARBENCOZZI ESCHIAFFINO, STEFANOAUSONI, SIMONETTA + JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY - -
Autophagy is required to maintain muscle mass. 2009 MAMMUCARI, CRISTINABLAAUW, BERTREGGIANI, CARLOSCHIAFFINO, STEFANOSANDRI, MARCO + CELL METABOLISM - -
Akt activation prevents the force drop induced by eccentric contractions in dystrophin-deficient skeletal muscle 2008 BLAAUW, BERTMAMMUCARI, CRISTINATONIOLO, LUANASANDRI, MARCOREGGIANI, CARLOSCHIAFFINO, STEFANO + HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS - -
The role of autophagy in neonatal tissues - Just a response to amino acid starvation? 2008 SCHIAFFINO, STEFANOMAMMUCARI, CRISTINASANDRI, MARCO AUTOPHAGY - -
Downstream of Akt: FoxO3 and m TOR in the regulation of autophagy in skeltal muscle 2008 MAMMUCARI, CRISTINASCHIAFFINO, STEFANOSANDRI, MARCO AUTOPHAGY - -
Expression and activity of cyclooxygenase isoforms in skeletal muscles and myocardium of humans and rodents 2007 SCHIAFFINO, STEFANOREGGIANI, CARLO + JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY - -
GATA elements control repression of cardiac troponin I promoter activity in skeletal muscle cells. 2007 DI LISI, RAFFAELLAPICARD, ANNE ALEIDAAUSONI, SIMONETTASCHIAFFINO, STEFANO BMC MOLECULAR BIOLOGY - -
FoxO3 controls autophagy in skeletal muscle in vivo. 2007 MAMMUCARI, CRISTINAV. ROMANELLOSCHIAFFINO, STEFANOSANDRI, MARCO + CELL METABOLISM - -
Activity-dependent signaling pathways controlling muscle diversity and plasticity 2007 SCHIAFFINO, STEFANOSANDRI, MARCOMURGIA, MARTA PHYSIOLOGY - -
Differentiation potential of cardiac stem and progenitor cells in a model of heterotopic heart transplantation 2007 ZAGLIA, TANIADEDJA, ARBENCozzi ESCHIAFFINO, STEFANOAUSONI, SIMONETTA + JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY - -
FoxO3 coordinately activates protein degradation by the Autophagic/Lysosomal and proteasomal pathways in atrophying muscle cells 2007 SANDRI, MARCOSCHIAFFINO, STEFANO + CELL METABOLISM - -
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