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Camilla Evangelisti

Associate Professor

Department of Biomedical and Neuromotor Sciences

Academic discipline: BIO/16 Human Anatomy


Keywords: apoptosis muscolo scheletrico nucleus drug resistance signal transduction diacylglycerol laminopathies

- Study of nuclear polyphosphoinositide cycle during cell growth and differentiation also in relationship with nuclear migration of protein kinase C.

- Study of DGK lipid-dependent signal transduction pathways in myogenic cells.

- Study of involvement of PI3K/Akt/mTOR pathway in in proliferation, survival and drug resistance of human leukemia cells. This pathway could be a target for innovative therapeutic strategies for treating leukemia patients.

-Study of laminopathies and lamin-associated signaling pathways in aging and disease.

- Study of Lamins in bone sarcomas.

- Study of mechanosignaling in muscle-tendon (MTU) unit models and diseases associated as muscular dystrophies (MDs) and aging-related tendinopathies.

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