CARLINI, VALENTINA

CARLINI, VALENTINA  

Dipartimento di Bioscienze  

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Allostatic conditions in human glioblastoma stem cells are maintained with the contribution of CLIC1 membrane protein functional expression 2019 Ivan VerduciValentina CarliniMichele Mazzanti + Article (author) -
CELL CYCLE AND MIGRATION CONTROL IN PROSTATE AND COLON CANCER CELLS BY CLIC1 PROTEIN 2017 V. Carlini Doctoral Thesis -
CLIC1 membrane insertion is a pivotal regulator of glioblastoma stem cell G1-S transition by promoting an increase of chloride permeability 2017 I. VerduciV. CarliniM. Mazzanti + Article (author) -
CLIC1 Protein Accumulates in Circulating Monocyte Membrane during Neurodegeneration 2020 Carlini, ValentinaVerduci, IvanCianci, FrancescaCannavale, GaetanoFenoglio, ChiaraGalimberti, DanielaMazzanti, Michele Article (author) -
Extracellular matrix variation along the human aorta : an autoptic observational study focusing on highly sulphated proteoglycans 2012 V. CarliniC. MartinelliN. Gagliano + Article (author) -
Mutual influence of ROS, pH and CLIC1 membrane protein in the regulation of G1/S phase progression in human glioblastoma stem cells 2018 Ivan VerduciMarta PerettiFederica Maddalena RacitiValentina CarliniSarah SerticAlex CostaMichele Mazzanti + Article (author) -
Mutual influence of ROS, pH and CLIC1 membrane protein in the regulation of G1/S phase progression in human glioblastoma stem cells 2018 Marta PerettiFederica Maddalena RacitiValentina CarliniIvan VerduciSarah SerticAlex CostaMichele Mazzanti + Article (author) -
Repurposed biguanide drugs in glioblastoma exert antiproliferative effects via the inhibition of intracellular chloride channel 1 activity 2019 Verduci I.Carlini V.Mazzanti M. + Article (author) -
Transmembrane chloride intracellular channel 1 (tmCLIC1) correlates with metastatic potential of colorectal cancer cells 2019 Valentina CarliniCIANCI, FRANCESCAIvan VerduciMichele Mazzanti Article (author) -
Vaccination against influenza viruses reduces infection, not hospitalization or death, from respiratory COVID-19: A systematic review and meta-analysis. 2024 Pontiroli AEScovenna FCarlini VTagliabue ETanzi E + Article (author) -