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Silvia Franzellitti

Associate Professor

Department of Biological, Geological, and Environmental Sciences

Academic discipline: BIO/09 Physiology


Banni, Mohamed; Sforzini, Susanna; Franzellitti, Silvia; Oliveri, Caterina; Viarengo, Aldo; Fabbri, Elena, Molecular and cellular effects induced in Mytilus galloprovincialis treated with oxytetracycline at different temperatures, «PLOS ONE», 2015, 10, pp. 1 - 16 [Scientific article]

Franzellitti, Silvia; Kiwan, Alisar; Valbonesi, Paola; Fabbri, Elena, Selection of best-performing reference gene products for investigating transcriptional regulation across silvering in the European eel (Anguilla anguilla), «SCIENTIFIC REPORTS», 2015, 5:16966, pp. 1 - 14 [Scientific article]

Silvia Franzellitti;Sara Buratti;Marco Capolupo;Bowen Du;Samuel P. Haddad;C. Kevin Chambliss;Bryan W. Brooks;Elena Fabbri, An exploratory investigation of various modes of action and potential adverse outcomes of fluoxetine in marine mussels, «AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY», 2014, 151, pp. 14 - 26 [Scientific article]

P. Valbonesi;S. Franzellitti;F. Bersani;A. Contin;E. Fabbri, Effects of the exposure to intermittent 1.8 GHz radio frequency electromagnetic fields on HSP70 expression and MAPK signaling pathways in PC12 cells, «INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RADIATION BIOLOGY», 2014, 90, pp. 382 - 391 [Scientific article]

Sophia Koutsogiannaki;Silvia Franzellitti;Elena Fabbri;Martha Kaloyianni, Oxidative stress parameters induced by exposure to either cadmium or 17?-estradiol on Mytilus galloprovincialis hemocytes. The role of signaling molecules, «AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY», 2014, 146, pp. 186 - 195 [Scientific article]

S. Franzellitti;E. Fabbri, Response to Commentary on “Are some invertebrates exquisitely sensitive to the human pharmaceutical fluoxetine?”, «AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY», 2014, 146, pp. 264 - 265 [Comment or similar]

Buratti S.; Franzellitti S.; Poletti R.; Ceredi A.; Montanari G.; Capuzzo A.; Fabbri E., Bioaccumulation of algal toxins and changes in physiological parameters in Mediterranean mussels from the North Adriatic Sea (Italy), «ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY», 2013, 28, pp. 451 - 470 [Scientific article]

Franzellitti S.; Fabbri E.;, Cyclic-AMP Mediated Regulation of ABCB mRNA Expression in Mussel Haemocytes, «PLOS ONE», 2013, 8, pp. e61634 - e61634 [Scientific article]

Silvia Franzellitti;Sara Buratti;Paola Valbonesi;Elena Fabbri, The mode of action (MOA) approach reveals interactive effects of environmental pharmaceuticals on Mytilus galloprovincialis, «AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY», 2013, 140-141, pp. 249 - 256 [Scientific article]

Franzellitti S.; Viarengo A.; Dinelli E.; Fabbri E., Molecular and cellular effects induced by hexavalent chromium in Mediterranean mussels., «AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY», 2012, 124-125, pp. 125 - 132 [Scientific article]

S. Franzellitti; A. Capuzzo; A. Viarengo; E. Fabbri, Interactive effects of nickel and chlorpyrifos on Mediterranean mussel cAMP-mediated cell signaling and MXR-related gene expressions., «COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY. C. TOXICOLOGY & PHARMACOLOGY», 2011, 154, pp. 377 - 382 [Scientific article]

Franzellitti S.; Buratti S.; Valbonesi P.; Capuzzo A.; Fabbri E., The β-blocker propranolol affects cAMP-dependent signaling and induces the stress response in Mediterranean mussels, Mytilus galloprovincialis, «AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY», 2011, 101, pp. 299 - 308 [Scientific article]

S. Franzellitti; S. Buratti; F. Donnini; E. Fabbri, Exposure of mussels to a polluted environment: insights into the stress syndrome development., «COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY. C. TOXICOLOGY & PHARMACOLOGY», 2010, 152, pp. 24 - 33 [Scientific article]

M. Giovannotti; S. Franzellitti; P. Nisi Cerioni; E. Fabbri; S. Guccione; C. Vallini; F. Tinti; V. Caputo, Genetic characterization of loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta) individuals stranded and caught as bycatch from the North-Central Adriatic Sea, «AMPHIBIA-REPTILIA», 2010, 31, pp. 127 - 133 [Scientific article]

Franzellitti S; Valbonesi P; Ciancaglini N; Biondi C; Contin A; Bersani F; Fabbri E., Transient DNA damage induced by high-frequency electromagnetic fields (GSM 1.8GHz) in the human trophoblast HTR-8/SVneo cell line evaluated with the alkaline comet assay., «MUTATION RESEARCH», 2010, 683(1-2), pp. 35 - 42 [Scientific article]