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A pilot study to investigate the balance between proteases and α1-antitrypsin in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid of lung transplant recipients

Cagnone, M., Piloni, D., Ferrarotti, I., Di Venere, M., Viglio, S., Magni, S., Bardoni, A., Salvini, R., Fumagalli, M., Iadarola, P., Martinello, S. & Meloni, F., Mar 1 2019, In : High-Throughput. 8, 1, 5.

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  • Peripheral CD19+CD24highCD38high B-regulatory cells in lung transplant recipients

    Piloni, D., Morosini, M., Magni, S., Balderacchi, A., Inghilleri, S., Cova, E., Oggionni, T., Frangipane, V., Pandolfi, L., Scudeller, L. & Meloni, F., Jan 1 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : Transplant Immunology. 101245.

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  • Cellular pathways affected by carbon nanopowder-benzo(α)pyrene complex in human skin fibroblasts identified by proteomics

    Binelli, A., Magni, S., La Porta, C., Bini, L., Della Torre, C., Ascagni, M., Maggioni, D., Ghilardi, A., Armini, A., Landi, C., Santo, N., Madaschi, L., Coccè, V., Mutti, F., Lionetti, M. C., Ciusani, E. & Del Giacco, L., Sep 30 2018, In : Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 160, p. 144-153 10 p.

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  • Analysis of long term CD4+CD25highCD127- T-reg cells kinetics in peripheral blood of lung transplant recipients

    Piloni, D., Morosini, M., Magni, S., Balderacchi, A., Scudeller, L., Cova, E., Oggionni, T., Stella, G., Tinelli, C., Antonacci, F., D'Armini, A. M. & Meloni, F., Jul 18 2017, In : BMC Pulmonary Medicine. 17, 1, 102.

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  • Bioengineered gold nanoparticles targeted to mesenchymal cells from patients with bronchiolitis obliterans syndrome does not rise the inflammatory response and can be safely inhaled by rodents

    Cova, E., Inghilleri, S., Pandolfi, L., Morosini, M., Magni, S., Colombo, M., Piloni, D., Finetti, C., Ceccarelli, G., Benedetti, L., Cusella, M. G., Agozzino, M., Corsi, F., Allevi, R., Mrakic-Sposta, S., Moretti, S., Gregori, S. D., Prosperi, D. & Meloni, F., May 1 2017, In : Nanotoxicology. 11, 4, p. 534-545 12 p.

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