Cela Olga

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Name Cela Olga,
Institution Dept. of Biomedical Science

Univ. of Foggia

Address Viale Pinto

71100 Foggia,

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Fuhr 2018 EBioMedicine2018Fuhr L, El-Athman R, Scrima R, Cela O, Carbone A, Knoop H, Li Y, Hoffmann K, Laukkanen MO, Corcione F, Steuer R, Meyer TF, Mazzoccoli G, Capitanio N, Relógio A (2018) The circadian clock regulates metabolic phenotype rewiring via HKDC1 and modulates tumor progression and drug response in colorectal cancer. EBioMedicine 33:105-121.
Scrima 2017 PLOS ONE2017Scrima R, Menga M, Pacelli C, Agriesti F, Cela O, Piccoli C, Cotoia A, De Gregorio A, Gefter JV, Cinnella G, Capitanio N (2017) Para-hydroxyphenylpyruvate inhibits the pro-inflammatory stimulation of macrophage preventing LPS-mediated nitro-oxidative unbalance and immunometabolic shift. PLOS ONE 12:e0188683.
Scrima 2016 Biochim Biophys Acta2016Scrima R, Cela O, Merla G, Augello B, Rubino R, Quarato G, Fugetto S, Menga M, Fuhr L, Relógio A, Piccoli C, Mazzoccoli G, Capitanio N (2016) Clock-genes and mitochondrial respiratory activity: Evidence of a reciprocal interplay. Biochim Biophys Acta 1857:1344-51.
Piccoli 2013 Hum Mol Genet2013Piccoli C, Izzo A, Scrima R, Bonfiglio F, Manco R, Negri R, Quarato G, Cela O, Ripoli M, Prisco M, Gentile F, Calì G, Pinton P, Conti A, Nitsch L, Capitanio N (2013) Chronic pro-oxidative state and mitochondrial dysfunctions are more pronounced in fibroblasts from Down syndrome foeti with congenital heart defects. Hum Mol Genet 22:1218-32.
Ripoli 2009 J Virol2009Ripoli Maria, D'Aprile Annamaria, Quarato Giovanni, Sarasin-Filipowicz Magdalena, Gouttenoire Jérôme, Scrima Rosella, Cela Olga, Boffoli Domenico, Heim Markus H, Moradpour Darius, Capitanio Nazzareno, Piccoli Claudia (2009) Hepatitis C virus-linked mitochondrial dysfunction promotes hypoxia-inducible factor 1α-mediated glycolytic adaptation. J Virol 84:647-60.

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