BARONI, MAURIZIO DAVID

BARONI, MAURIZIO DAVID  

Dipartimento di Biologia - DiBio  

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Accumulation of processing intermediates of the RAS2 protein in strain 112 of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. 1988 BARONI, MAURIZIO DAVID + BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS - -
Antagonism between salicylate and the cAMP signal controls yeast cell survival and growth recovery from quiescence 2018 Baroni, Maurizio D + MICROBIAL CELL - -
Apical Na+-Cl- symport in rabbit gallbladder epithelium: a thiazide-sensitive cotransporter (TSC) 2001 BARONI, MAURIZIO DAVID + THE JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY - -
Calcium protects differentiating neuroblastoma cells during 50 hz electromagnetic radiation 2001 BARONI, MAURIZIO DAVID + BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL - -
cAMP-mediated increase in the critical cell size required for the G1 to S transition in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. 1992 BARONI, MAURIZIO DAVID + EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH - -
CDX2 hox gene product in a rat model of esophageal cancer 2009 DALL'OLMO, LUIGIFASSAN, MATTEORIZZETTO, CHRISTIANBARONI, MAURIZIO DAVIDZANINOTTO, GIOVANNIRUGGE, MASSIMO + JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL & CLINICAL CANCER RESEARCH - -
Cell cycle and growth regulation in RAS2 mutant cells of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. 1993 BARONI, MAURIZIO DAVID + ITALIAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY - -
Cell size modulation by CDC25 and RAS2 genes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae 1989 BARONI, MAURIZIO DAVID + MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY - -
Characterization of myogenic factors derived from a stable macrophage cell line 2004 MALERBA, ALBERTOSEGAT, DANIELADE COPPI, PAOLOGAMBA, PIERGIORGIOBOLDRIN, LUISACAVALLINI, LUCIAVITIELLO, LIBEROBARONI, MAURIZIO DAVID + - - -
Characterization of powerful myogenic factors present in media conditioned by murine or human macrophages 2005 MALERBA, ALBERTOBOLDRIN, LUISASEGAT, DANIELADE COPPI, PAOLOGAMBA, PIERGIORGIOCAVALLINI, LUCIAVITIELLO, LIBEROBARONI, MAURIZIO DAVID + - - -
Chromosome separation and exit from mitosis in budding yeast: dependence on growth revealed by cAMP-mediated inhibition. 1999 BARONI, MAURIZIO DAVID + EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH - -
Enhancing myoblast proliferation by using myogenic factors: a promising approach for improving fiber regeneration in sport medicine and skeletal muscle diseases 2004 VITIELLO, LIBERORADU, CLAUDIA-MARIAMALERBA, ALBERTOSEGAT, DANIELACANTINI, MARCELLOCARRARO, UGOBARONI, MAURIZIO DAVID BASIC AND APPLIED MYOLOGY - -
Habitat choice of a secondary cavity user indicates higher avoidance of disturbed habitat during breeding than during food-hoarding 2021 Baroni D.Morosinotto C. + FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT - -
In S. cerevisiae hydroxycitric acid antagonizes chronological aging and apoptosis regardless of citrate lyase 2020 Baroni M. D.Giorgio M. + APOPTOSIS - -
In vitro interaction between Saccharomyces cerevisiae CDC25 and RAS2 proteins. 1992 BARONI, MAURIZIO DAVID + BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS - -
IN VIVO DELIVERY OF NAKED AND LIPID-COMPLEXED ANTISENSE OLIGOS IN MDX MICE: EFFECTS ON SKELETAL AND CARDIAC MUSCLE 2008 REPELE, ANDREAREGGIANI, CARLOAUSONI, SIMONETTAZAGLIA, TANIABARONI, MAURIZIO DAVIDVITIELLO, LIBERO + - - -
In vivo delivery of naked antisense oligos in aged mdx mice analysis of dystrophin restoration in skeletal and cardiac muscle 2008 VITIELLO, LIBEROBASSI, NICOLAZACCARIOTTO, EVAOCCHI, GIANLUCAMALERBA, ALBERTOREGGIANI, CARLOAUSONI, SIMONETTAZAGLIA, TANIAGAMBA, PIERGIORGIOBARONI, MAURIZIO DAVIDDITADI, ANDREA + NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS - -
Interaction of cAMP with the CDC25-mediated step in the cell cycle of budding yeast 1986 BARONI, MAURIZIO DAVID + EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH - -
Macromolecular syntheses in the cell cycle mutant cdc25 of budding yeast. 1984 BARONI, MAURIZIO DAVID + EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY - -
Macrophage-secreted factors enhance the in vitro expansion of DMD muscle precursor cells while preserving their myogenic potential 2010 DE COPPI, PAOLOBARONI, MAURIZIO DAVIDVITIELLO, LIBERO + NEUROLOGICAL RESEARCH - -