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Chiara Lanzuolo, Ph.D. - "The nuclear architecture as a paradigm for translational epigenetic studies"

(Institute of Cell Biology and Neurobiology (IBCN)-CNR, Fondazione Santa Lucia, Roma and Chromatin and Nuclear architecture Laboratory at Istituto Nazionale di Genetica Molecolare "Romeo ed Enrica Invernizzi”, Policlinico, Milan)
When Sep 20, 2016
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
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Contact Phone 081-19230659
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Curriculum Vitae

List of publications as corresponding Author.

1. Marasca F, Marullo F and Lanzuolo C
“Determination of PcG proteins nuclear compartmentalization through chromatin fractionation procedure”
Methods Mol Biol. 2016 in press

2. Marullo F., Cesarini E., Antonelli L., Gregoretti F., Oliva G. and Lanzuolo C 
" Nucleoplasmic Lamin A/C and Polycomb group of proteins: an evolutionarily conserved interplay "
Nucleus. 2016 Mar 1: 1-9

 3. Lanzuolo C
“Impairment of Lamin A/C-Polycomb crosstalk as a possible epigenetic cause of Emery Dreifuss Muscular Dystrophy (EDMD)”
Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases. 2015 Nov 11; 10(Suppl 2):O10

4. Cesarini E, Mozzetta C, Marullo F, Gregoretti F, Gargiulo A, Columbaro M., Cortesi A, Antonelli L, Di Pelino S, Squarzoni S, Palacios D, Zippo A, Bodega B, Oliva G and Lanzuolo C
“Lamin A/C sustains PcG proteins architecture maintaining transcriptional repression at target genes”
J Cell Biol. 2015 Nov 9;211(3):533-51

5. Bianchi A and Lanzuolo C
“Into the chromatin world: Role of nuclear architecture in epigenome regulation”
AIMS Biophysics 2015 Oct 27; 2(4): 585-612

6. Lanzuolo C and Orlando V
“Memories from the Polycomb group of proteins” Annu Rev Genet  2012;46:561-89. [review]

7. Lanzuolo C
“Epigenetic alterations in muscular disorders” Comp funct genomics   2012; 2012:256892. [review]

8. Lanzuolo C, Lo Sardo F, Orlando V
“Concerted epigenetic signatures inheritance at PcG targets through replication” Cell Cycle  2012 Apr 1;11(7):1296-300.              

9. Lanzuolo C, Lo Sardo F, Diamantini A. Orlando V.
“PcG complexes set the stage for epigenetic inheritance of gene silencing in early S phase before replication” PLoS Genet.  2011 Nov;7(11):e1002370.

List of publications as First Author.

1.  Lo Sardo F*, Lanzuolo C*, Comoglio F, De Bardi M, Paro R, Orlando V
“PcG mediated higher order chromatin structures modulate replication programs at the Drosophila BX-C” PloS Genetics         2013;9(2):e1003283        * These authors contributed equally

2. Lanzuolo C, Roure V, Dekker J, Bantignies F, Orlando V.
“Polycomb response elements mediate the formation of chromosome higher-order structures in the bithorax complex” Nat Cell Biol. 2007 Oct 9(10):1167-74

3.  Lanzuolo C and Orlando V.
“The function of the epigenome in cell reprogramming” Cell Mol Life Sci, 2007 May 64(9):1043-62 [review]

4. Eugster A*, Lanzuolo C*, Bonneton M, Luciano P, Pollice A, Pulitzer JF, Stegberg E, Berthiau AS, Forstemann K, Corda Y, Lingner J, Geli V, Gilson E.
“The finger subdomain of yeast telomerase cooperates with Pif1p to limit telomere elongation” Nat Structl Mol Biol. 2006 Aug 13(8):734-9.  
* These authors contributed equally

5. Lanzuolo C., Ederle S., Pollice A., Russo F., Storlazzi A. and Pulitzer J.F.
“The HTL1 gene (YCR020W-b) of Saccharomyces cerevisiae is necessary for growth at 37°C, and for the conservation of chromosome stability and fertility” Yeast 2001 Oct 18 (14): 1317-1330

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