VASSANELLI, STEFANO

VASSANELLI, STEFANO  

Dipartimento di Scienze Biomediche - DSB  

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Modulation of the Mitochondrial Permeability Transition Pore. Effect of Protons and Divalent Cations 1992 BERNARDI, PAOLOVASSANELLI, STEFANOVERONESE, PAOLOCOLONNA, RAFFAELESZABO', ILDIKO' + THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY - -
On the Mechanism of Fatty Acid-induced Proton Transport by Mitochondrial Uncoupling Protein. 1996 VASSANELLI, STEFANO + THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY - -
Neurons from Rat Brain Coupled to Transistors. 1997 VASSANELLI, STEFANO + APPLIED PHYSICS. A, MATERIALS SCIENCE & PROCESSING - -
Transistors Records of Excitable Neurons from Rat Brain. 1998 VASSANELLI, STEFANO + APPLIED PHYSICS. A, MATERIALS SCIENCE & PROCESSING - -
Transistor Probes Local Potassium Conductances in the Adhesion Region of Cultured Rat Hippocampal Neurons. 1999 VASSANELLI, STEFANO + THE JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE - -
Dynamic expression, localization and clustering of dendritic Kv2.1 voltage-dependent K+ channels in hippocampal neurons 2001 VASSANELLI, STEFANO + NEUROSCIENCE - -
Gating characteristics of ion channels along a Xenopus oocyte-silicon junction probed with transistor array 2001 VASSANELLI, STEFANO + BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL - -
Immunoreactivity of GAD-Ab-positive sera on rat hippocampal neurons in culture 2002 VIANELLO, MARIKAVASSANELLI, STEFANOMUCIGNAT, CARLAGIOMETTO, BRUNO CLINICAL NEUROPATHOLOGY - -
Reactivity of GAD-Ab positive sera on cultures of rat hippocampal neurons 2002 VIANELLO, MARIKAVASSANELLI, STEFANOMUCIGNAT, CARLAGIOMETTO, BRUNO - - -
Extracellular voltage modulates ionic channels along a Xenopus oocyte-silicon cleft 2002 VASSANELLI, STEFANO + BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL - -
Increase in cytosolic Ca2+ induced by elevation of extracellular Ca2+ in skeletal myogenic cells 2003 VASSANELLI, STEFANOREGGIANI, CARLO + AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY. CELL PHYSIOLOGY - -
Morphological and functional analysis of the effect of GAD-antibody positive sera on rat hippocampal neurons in culture 2004 VIANELLO, MARIKAMUCIGNAT, CARLAVASSANELLI, STEFANOGIOMETTO, BRUNO + JOURNAL OF NEUROIMMUNOLOGY - -
Morphological and functional analysis of the effect of GAD-antibody positive sera on rat hippocampal neurons in culture 2004 VIANELLO, MARIKAMUCIGNAT, CARLAVASSANELLI, STEFANOGIOMETTO, BRUNO + - - -
Probing the effect of cell adhesion on ion channel gating using a Xenopus oocyte on a 96-transistor array: implications for Kv2.1 gating at the neuron-astrocyte interface. 2004 VASSANELLI, STEFANO + BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL - -
Biochip electroporator and its use in multi-site, single-cell electroporation 2005 VASSANELLI, STEFANO + - - -
Potassium channels gating in adhesion: from an oocyte-silicon to a neuron-astrocyte adhesion contact 2005 VASSANELLI, STEFANO + EUROPEAN BIOPHYSICS JOURNAL WITH BIOPHYSICS LETTERS - -
Adhesion and spreading of human osteoblasts on biomimetic glass surfaces evaluated by Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence (TIRF) microscopy 2006 BRUN, PAOLASCORZETO, MICHELEVASSANELLI, STEFANOCASTAGLIUOLO, IGNAZIODI BELLO, CARLOBAGNO, ANDREADETTIN, MONICA - - Nanotechnology for functional repair and regenerative medicine
Peculiar labeling of cultured hippocampal reurons by difefrent sera harboring anti-glutamic acid decarboxylase autoantibodies (GAD-Ab). 2006 VIANELLO, MARIKAGIOMETTO, BRUNOVASSANELLI, STEFANOBETTERLE, CORRADOMUCIGNAT, CARLA + EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY - -
Peculiar labeling of cultured hippocampal Peculiar labeling of cultured hippocampal neurons by diffErent sera harboring anti-glutamic acid decarboxylase autoantibodies (GAD-Ab). 2006 VIANELLO, MARIKAVASSANELLI, STEFANOBETTERLE, CORRADO + EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY - -
A potential role for the vanilloid receptor TRPV1 in the therapeutic effect of curcumin in dinitrobenzene sulphonic acid-induced colitis in mice. 2007 RAGAZZI, EUGENIOMARTELLI, MARIOCASTAGLIUOLO, IGNAZIODAL MASCHIO MPALU', GIORGIOSCORZETO, MICHELEVASSANELLI, STEFANOBRUN, PAOLA + NEUROGASTROENTEROLOGY AND MOTILITY - -