Research Director National Research Council via Castellino, 111 80131 Naples, Italy.
Cell Culture, Material Characterization, Materials, Proteins, Cell Biology, Apoptosis, Biomaterials, Cell Proliferation, Cancer, Macrophage, Cells, Cell Adhesion, Hydrogel, Monocytes, T-Cell Culture, SPECT, Tissue, Adipocytes, Fibroblast, Neuropeptide.
- Transglutaminase-Catalyzed Crosslinking of an Immunosuppressive and Anti-Inflammatory Protein Secreted from the Rat Seminal Vesicles.
- T-lymphocyte subsets in pregnant women with Graves' disease.
- Implication of Transglutaminase in Mitogen-Induced Human Lymphocyte Blast Transformation.
- Factors modulating immunocompatibility of spermatozoa: role of transglutaminase and SV-IV, one of the major proteins secreted from the rat seminal vesicle epithelium.
- B-lipotropin 61-76 and 61-91 fragments act as transglutaminase substrates in vitro.
- Immunosuppressive properties of human seminal plasma and their possible biological and clinical significance: role of the proteins immunorelated to the rat SV-IV protein.
- Transglutaminase in cell proliferation and transformation.
- Pemphigus vulgaris in only one of two monozygotic twins.
- Cancer antigen 125, tissue polypeptide antigen, carcinoembryonic antigen, and beta‐chain human chorionic gonadotropin as serum markers of epithelial ovarian carcinoma.
- Protein family immunorelated to a sperm-binding protein and its regulation in human semen.