CARDANI, SILVIA

CARDANI, SILVIA  

Dipartimento di Biotecnologie Mediche e Medicina Traslazionale  

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Acetylcholinesterase inhibitors targeting the cholinergic anti-inflammatory pathway : a new therapeutic perspective in aging-related disorders 3-ott-2019 Di Lascio S.Cardani S.Fornasari D. + Article (author) -
Advances in the molecular biology and pathogenesis of congenital central hypoventilation syndrome—implications for new therapeutic targets 1-gen-2018 Di Lascio S.Cardani S.Fornasari D. + Article (author) -
Desogestrel down-regulates PHOX2B and its target genes in progesterone responsive neuroblastoma cells 15-set-2018 Cardani, SilviaDi Lascio, SimonaBelperio, DeboraDi Biase, ErikaFornasari, Diego + Article (author) -
Effect of donepezil on the expression and responsiveness to LPS of CHRNA7 and CHRFAM7A in macrophages : a possible link to the cholinergic anti-inflammatory pathway 1-gen-2019 Di Lascio S.Drufuca L.Cardani S.Setten E.Locati M.Fornasari D. + Article (author) -
Generation of two hiPSC lines (UMILi027-A and UMILi028-A) from early and late-onset Congenital Central hypoventilation Syndrome (CCHS) patients carrying a polyalanine expansion mutation in the PHOX2B gene 1-gen-2022 Cuadros Gamboa A. L.Benfante R.Nizzardo M.Pelucchi P.Cardani S.Zucchi I.Corti S.Di Lascio S.Fornasari D. + Article (author) -
NEWLY IDENTIFIED PHOX2B-REGULATED GENES AS POSSIBLE DRUG TARGETS FOR THE PHARMACOLOGICAL INTERVENTION IN CONGENITAL CENTRAL HYPOVENTILATION SYNDROME (CCHS) 28-gen-2019 CARDANI, SILVIA Doctoral Thesis -
Research Advances on Therapeutic Approaches to Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome (CCHS) 12-gen-2021 Di Lascio S.Benfante R.Cardani S.Fornasari D. Article (author) -
Structural and functional differences in PHOX2B frameshift mutations underlie isolated or syndromic congenital central hypoventilation syndrome 1-feb-2018 S. DI LASCIOS. CardaniD.M.M. Fornasari + Article (author) -
Tail-anchored protein insertion in mammals function and reciprocal interactions of the two subunits of the trc40receptor 15-lug-2016 COLOMBO, SARA FRANCESCAS. CardaniA. MaroliA. Crespi + Article (author) -