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Lorenzo Alibardi

Associate Professor

Department of Biological, Geological, and Environmental Sciences

Academic discipline: BIO/06 Comparative Anatomy and Cytology


Lorenzo Alibardi;Noecker Bernd, Immunolocalization of junctional proteins in human hairs indicates that the membrane complex stabilizes the inner root sheath while desmosomes contact the companion layer through specific keratins, «ACTA HISTOCHEMICA», 2013, 115, pp. 519 - 526 [Scientific article]

LORENZO ALIBARDI, Perspectives on Hair Evolution Based on Some Comparative Studies on Vertebrate Cornification, «JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ZOOLOGY. PART B, MOLECULAR AND DEVELOPMENTAL EVOLUTION.», 2012, 318, pp. 325 - 343 [Scientific article]

Alibardi L., Histology, ultrastructure and pigmentation in the horny scales of growing crocodilians., «ACTA ZOOLOGICA», 2011, 92, pp. 187 - 200 [Scientific article]

L. Alibardi, Autoradiographic observations on developing and growing claws of reptiles, «ACTA ZOOLOGICA», 2010, 91, pp. 233 - 241 [Scientific article]

L Alibardi, Cornification of the Beak of Rana dalmatina Tadpoles Suggests the Presence of Basic Keratin-Associated Proteins, «ZOOLOGICAL STUDIES», 2010, 49, pp. 51 - 63 [Scientific article]

Alibardi L, Gap and tight junctions in the formation of feather branches: a descriptive ultrastructural study, «ANNALS OF ANATOMY», 2010, 91, pp. 306 - 318 [Scientific article]

L. Alibardi; FJ. Loviku, Immunolocalization of FGF1 and FGF2 in the regenerating tail of the lizard Lampropholis guichenoti: implications for FGFs as trophic factors in lizard tail regeneration, «ACTA HISTOCHEMICA», 2010, 112, pp. 459 - 473 [Scientific article]

L Alibardi, Morphological and cellular aspects of tail and limb regeneration in lizards: a model system with implications for tissue regeneration in mammals, «ADVANCES IN ANATOMY, EMBRYOLOGY AND CELL BIOLOGY», 2010, 207, pp. 1 - 122 [Scientific article]

L. Alibardi, The ultrastructural immunolocalization of loricrin in the hairy epidermis of the platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus, Monotremata) indicates it contributes to the formation of the cell corneous envelope, «BELGIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY», 2010, 140, pp. 59 - 64 [Scientific article]

Alibardi L, Ultrastructural features of the process of wound healing after tail and limb amputation in lizard, «ACTA ZOOLOGICA», 2010, 91, pp. 306 - 318 [Scientific article]

Hallahan DL; Keiper-Hrynko NM; Shang TQ; Ganzke TS; Toni M; Dalla Valle L; Alibardi L, Analysis of gene expression in gecko digital adhesive pads indicates significant production of cysteine- and glycine-rich beta-keratins., «JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ZOOLOGY. PART B, MOLECULAR AND DEVELOPMENTAL EVOLUTION.», 2009, 312, pp. 58 - 73 [Scientific article]

Dalla Valle L; Nardi A; Toni M; Emera D; Alibardi L, Beta keratins of turtle shell are glycine-proline-tyrosine rich proteins similar to those of crocodilians and birds, «JOURNAL OF ANATOMY», 2009, 214, pp. 284 - 300 [Scientific article]

Dalla Valle L; Nardi A; Gelmi C; Toni M; Emera D; Alibardi L, Beta-keratins of the crocodilian epidermis: composition, structure, and phylogenetic relationships, «JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ZOOLOGY. PART B, MOLECULAR AND DEVELOPMENTAL EVOLUTION.», 2009, 312, pp. 42 - 57 [Scientific article]

Alibardi L., Cell Biology of adhesive setae in gecko lizards, «ZOOLOGY», 2009, 112, pp. 403 - 424 [Scientific article]

Alibardi L, Embryonic keratinization in vertebrates in relation to land colonization, «ACTA ZOOLOGICA», 2009, 90, pp. 1 - 17 [Scientific article]