MUSI, CLARA ALICE

MUSI, CLARA ALICE  

Dipartimento di Scienze Farmacologiche e Biomolecolari  

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Synaptic alterations as a common phase in neurological and neurodevelopmental diseases: JNK is a key mediator in synaptic changes 2023 Musi, Clara AliceBorsello, Tiziana + Article (author) -
JNKS AS THERAPEUTIC TARGETS TO TACKLE SYNAPTIC DYSFUNCTION IN NEURODEVELOPMENTAL AND NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES 2022 MUSI, CLARA ALICE Doctoral Thesis -
Colocalization and Interaction Study of Neuronal JNK3, JIP1, and β-Arrestin2 Together with PSD95 2022 Musi C. A.Tomaselli G.Priori E. C.Borsello T. + Article (author) -
Common pathways in dementia and diabetic retinopathy : understanding the mechanisms of diabetes-related cognitive decline 2022 Musi C. A.Borsello T. + Article (author) -
Effect of 3D Synthetic Microscaffold Nichoid on the Morphology of Cultured Hippocampal Neurons and Astrocytes 2022 Musi, Clara AlicePriori, Erica CeciliaBorsello, Tiziana + Article (author) -
Super-resolution study of PIAS SUMO E3-ligases in hippocampal and cortical neurons 2021 Musi C. A.Borsello T. + Article (author) -
JNK signaling provides a novel therapeutic target for Rett syndrome 2021 Musi, Clara AliceCastaldo, Anna MariaValsecchi, Anna ElisaBorsello, Tiziana + Article (author) -
Neuronal Localization of SENP Proteins with Super Resolution Microscopy 2020 Musi, Clara A.Borsello, Tiziana + Article (author) -
JNK signaling activation in the Ube3a maternal deficient mouse model: Its specific inhibition prevents post-synaptic protein-enriched fraction alterations and cognitive deficits in Angelman Syndrome model 2020 C. A. MusiL. BuccarelloT. Borsello. + Article (author) -
JNK3 as Therapeutic Target and Biomarker in Neurodegenerative and Neurodevelopmental Brain Diseases 2020 Musi, Clara AliceBorsello, Tiziana + Article (author) -
The Stress c-Jun N-terminal Kinase Signaling Pathway Activation Correlates with Synaptic Pathology and Presents A Sex Bias in P301L Mouse Model of Tauopathy 2018 Lucia BuccarelloClara Alice MusiTiziana Borsello + Article (author) -