CUTRUPI, SANTINA

CUTRUPI, SANTINA  

SCIENZE CLINICHE E BIOLOGICHE  

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Chromatin remodeling in Th17 and Treg plasticity induced by E2 immunomodulation 2017 Iannello A., Ferrero G., Maglione A., Cordero F., Rolla S., Bardina V., De Mercanti S., Durelli L., Clerico M., Cutrupi S.
Epigenetic mechanisms regulate T helper 17 and T regulatory cells during pregnancy in multiple sclerosis. 2018 Rolla Simona, Bardina Valentina, Iannello Andrea, Maglione Alessandro, De Mercanti Stefania, Puorro Giorgia, Lanzillo Roberta, Cordioli Cinzia, Turrini Mariavittoria, De Bortoli Michele, Cutrupi Santina, Clerico Marinella.
Epigenetic signature in T helper 17 and regulatory T cells in multiple sclerosis patients during pregnancy 2018 Andrea Iannello, Alessandro Maglione, Giulio Ferrero, Simona Rolla, Valentina Bardina, Francesca Cordero, Michele De Bortoli, Marinella Clerico, Santina Cutrupi
Estrogen receptor alpha in peripheral blood lymphocytes of multiple sclerosis patients: a pivotal study of its role in pregnant patients 2015 Clerico, M; Cutrupi, S; Rolla, S; De Mercanti, S; Iannello, A; Virgilio, E; De Bortoli, M; Durelli, L
Estrogen receptor alpha regulates key genomic regions of t-helper 17 and T-regulatory cells in Multiple Sclerosis: a new potential biomarker of disease activity. 2016 Marinella, Clerico; Santina, Cutrupi; De Mercanti Stefania, ; Simona, Rolla; Andrea, Iannello; Giulio, Ferrero; Bortoli Michele, De; Luca, Durelli
Estrogen Receptor Alpha Regulates Key Genomic Regions of Thelper 17 and T Regulatory Cells in Multiple Sclerosis: A New Potential Biomarker of Disease Activity 2016 Clerico, M.; Cutrupi, S.; De Mercanti, S.; Rolla, S.; Iannello, A.; Ferrero, G.; De Bortoli, M.; Durelli, L. .
Estrogen receptor alpha role in multiple sclerosis patients: trying to identify a new biomarker of disease activity 2015 Clerico, M; Cutrupi, S; De Mercanti, S; Virgilio, E; Iannello, A; De Bortoli, M; Durelli, L
Estrogen Receptor Alpha- Associated Genomic Regions Are Potential Core of T Cell Subtypes Identity 2016 Cutrupi, S.; Clerico, M.; Ferrero, G.; Iannello, A.; Eliseo, T.; De Bortoli, M.; Durelli, L. .
Estrogen receptor-alpha regulates epigenetic changes on genomic regulatory regions: potential biomarkers in multiple sclerosis outcomes 2016 Clerico, M; Cutrupi, S; Iannello, A; Ferrero, G; Cordero, F; Rolla, S; Annibali, V; De Bortoli, M; Durelli, L
Genome-wide analysis of DNA repetitive elements in estrogen receptor binding sites 2011 Testori A; Cora` D; Caizzi L; Cutrupi S; Friard O; De Bortoli M; Caselle M
Genome-wide analysis of unliganded estrogen receptor binding sites in breast cancer cells 2011 Caizzi L; Cutrupi S; Testori A; Cora` D; Cordero F; Friard O; Ballare C; Porporato R; Giurato G; Weisz A; Medico E; Caselle M; Di Croce L; De Bortoli M
Integrative analysis of -omics data reveals estrogen-responsive regions in Th17 and Treg genomes 2018 Maglione A , Ferrero G, Iannello A, Cordero F, Clerico M, Cutrupi S
Multiple sclerosis disease: A computational approach for investigating its drug interactions 2020 Pernice S.; Beccuti M.; Romano G.; Pennisi M.; Maglione A.; Cutrupi S.; Pappalardo F.; Capra L.; Franceschinis G.; De Pierro M.; Balbo G.; Cordero F.; Calogero R.
Suppression of TAB2 protein reverts Tamoxifen resistance in breast cancer cells 2009 A. Panetto; S. Reineri; S. Cutrupi; E. Grosso; L. Ricci; G. Chiorino; A. E. Lykkesfeldt; M. De Bortoli
TAB2 as a regulator of NCoR engagement at ERα target genes 2009 L. Ricci; E. Grosso; A. Panetto; S. Reineri; A. E. Lykkesfeldt; G. Chiorino; S. Cutrupi; M. De Bortoli
TAB2 as a shuttle protein of ERα and ErbB4 signalling 2009 Cutrupi S.; Macrì L.; Caizzi L.; Panetto A.; Reineri S.; Gambarotta G.; Perroteau I.; De Bortoli M.
The corepressor-associated protein Tab2 as a new target to revert resistance to antiestrogens in breast cancer 2011 Reineri S; Cutrupi S; Agati S; Caizzi L; Ricci L; Panetto A; Grosso E; Chiorino G; Lykkesfeldt A; De Bortoli M
The corepressor-associated protein Tab2 as a new target to revert resistance to antiestrogens in breast cancer. 2010 Stefania Reineri; Santina Cutrupi; Arianna Panetto; Laura Ricci; Anne Lykkesfeldt; Michele De Bortoli