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Human Cortical Organoids Expose a Differential Function of GSK3 on Cortical Neurogenesis

López-Tobón, A., Villa, C. E., Cheroni, C., Trattaro, S., Caporale, N., Conforti, P., Iennaco, R., Lachgar, M., Rigoli, M. T., Marcó de la Cruz, B., Lo Riso, P., Tenderini, E., Troglio, F., De Simone, M., Liste-Noya, I., Macino, G., Pagani, M., Cattaneo, E. & Testa, G., Nov 12 2019, In : Stem Cell Reports. 13, 5, p. 847-861 15 p.

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  • HOXB7 overexpression in lung cancer is a hallmark of acquired stem-like phenotype

    Monterisi, S., Lo Riso, P., Russo, K., Bertalot, G., Vecchi, M., Testa, G., DI Fiore, P. P. & Bianchi, F., Jun 1 2018, In : Oncogene. 37, 26, p. 3575-3588 14 p.

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  • HOXB7 overexpression in lung cancer is a hallmark of acquired stem-like phenotype

    Monterisi, S., Lo Riso, P., Russo, K., Bertalot, G., Vecchi, M., Testa, G., Di Fiore, P. P. & Bianchi, F., Jun 2018, In : Oncogene. 37, 26, p. 3575-3588 14 p.

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  • KMT2B Is Selectively Required for Neuronal Transdifferentiation, and Its Loss Exposes Dystonia Candidate Genes

    Barbagiovanni, G., Germain, P. L., Zech, M., Atashpaz, S., Lo Riso, P., D'Antonio-Chronowska, A., Tenderini, E., Caiazzo, M., Boesch, S., Jech, R., Haslinger, B., Broccoli, V., Stewart, A. F., Winkelmann, J. & Testa, G., Oct 23 2018, In : Cell Reports. 25, 4, p. 988-1001 14 p.

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  • The first reported generation of several induced pluripotent stem cell lines from homozygous and heterozygous Huntington's disease patients demonstrates mutation related enhanced lysosomal activity

    Camnasio, S., Carri, A. D., Lombardo, A., Grad, I., Mariotti, C., Castucci, A., Rozell, B., Riso, P. L., Castiglioni, V., Zuccato, C., Rochon, C., Takashima, Y., Diaferia, G., Biunno, I., Gellera, C., Jaconi, M., Smith, A., Hovatta, O., Naldini, L., Di Donato, S. & 2 others, Feki, A. & Cattaneo, E., Apr 2012, In : Neurobiology of Disease. 46, 1, p. 41-51 11 p.

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