Miriam Capri
Miriam Capri
Researcher on Human Aging
Verified email at unibo.it
TitleCited byYear
Inflammaging and anti-inflammaging: a systemic perspective on aging and longevity emerged from studies in humans
C Franceschi, M Capri, D Monti, S Giunta, F Olivieri, F Sevini, ...
Mechanisms of ageing and development 128 (1), 92-105, 2007
13682007
Genes involved in immune response/inflammation, IGF1/insulin pathway and response to oxidative stress play a major role in the genetics of human longevity: the lesson of …
C Franceschi, F Olivieri, F Marchegiani, M Cardelli, L Cavallone, M Capri, ...
Mechanisms of ageing and development 126 (2), 351-361, 2005
2202005
Mitochondrial modifications during rat thymocyte apoptosis: a study at the single cell level
A Cossarizza, G Kalashnikova, E Grassilli, F Chiappelli, S Salvioli, ...
Experimental cell research 214 (1), 323-330, 1994
2161994
Inflamm-aging, cytokines and aging: state of the art, new hypotheses on the role of mitochondria and new perspectives from systems biology
S Salvioli, M Capri, S Valensin, P Tieri, D Monti, E Ottaviani, C Franceschi
Current pharmaceutical design 12 (24), 3161-3171, 2006
2112006
Methylation of ELOVL2 gene as a new epigenetic marker of age
P Garagnani, MG Bacalini, C Pirazzini, D Gori, C Giuliani, D Mari, ...
Aging cell 11 (6), 1132-1134, 2012
1812012
Immunosenescence and immunogenetics of human longevity
R Ostan, L Bucci, M Capri, S Salvioli, M Scurti, E Pini, D Monti, ...
Neuroimmunomodulation 15 (4-6), 224-240, 2008
1692008
Genome-wide association meta-analysis of human longevity identifies a novel locus conferring survival beyond 90 years of age
J Deelen, M Beekman, HW Uh, L Broer, KL Ayers, Q Tan, Y Kamatani, ...
Human molecular genetics 23 (16), 4420-4432, 2014
1612014
Gut microbiota and extreme longevity
E Biagi, C Franceschi, S Rampelli, M Severgnini, R Ostan, S Turroni, ...
Current Biology 26 (11), 1480-1485, 2016
1582016
The genetics of human longevity
M Capri, S Salvioli, F Sevini, S Valensin, L Celani, D Monti, G Pawelec, ...
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1067 (1), 252-263, 2006
1522006
Calorie restriction in humans inhibits the PI 3 K/AKT pathway and induces a younger transcription profile
EM Mercken, SD Crosby, DW Lamming, L JeBailey, S Krzysik‐Walker, ...
Aging cell 12 (4), 645-651, 2013
1512013
Inflammaging and ‘Garb-aging’
C Franceschi, P Garagnani, G Vitale, M Capri, S Salvioli
Trends in Endocrinology & Metabolism 28 (3), 199-212, 2017
1502017
Immune system, cell senescence, aging and longevity-inflamm-aging reappraised
S Salvioli, D Monti, C Lanzarini, M Conte, C Pirazzini, M Giulia Bacalini, ...
Current pharmaceutical design 19 (9), 1675-1679, 2013
1392013
MicroRNAs linking inflamm-aging, cellular senescence and cancer
F Olivieri, MR Rippo, V Monsurrò, S Salvioli, M Capri, AD Procopio, ...
Ageing research reviews 12 (4), 1056-1068, 2013
1352013
Age-related inflammation: the contribution of different organs, tissues and systems. How to face it for therapeutic approaches
E Cevenini, C Caruso, G Candore, M Capri, D Nuzzo, G Duro, C Rizzo, ...
Current pharmaceutical design 16 (6), 609-618, 2010
1352010
In vitro exposure of human lymphocytes to 900 MHz CW and GSM modulated radiofrequency: studies of proliferation, apoptosis and mitochondrial membrane potential
M Capri, E Scarcella, C Fumelli, E Bianchi, S Salvioli, P Mesirca, ...
Radiation research 162 (2), 211-218, 2004
1262004
Inhibition of apoptosis by zinc: a reappraisal
D Barbieri, L Troiano, E Grassilli, C Agnesini, EA Cristofalo, D Monti, ...
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 187 (3), 1256-1261, 1992
1251992
Low grade inflammation as a common pathogenetic denominator in age-related diseases: novel drug targets for anti-ageing strategies and successful ageing achievement
G Candore, C Caruso, E Jirillo, T Magrone, S Vasto
Current pharmaceutical design 16 (6), 584-596, 2010
1212010
Mitochondria, aging and longevity–a new perspective
S Salvioli, M Bonafè, M Capri, D Monti, C Franceschi
FEBS letters 492 (1-2), 9-13, 2001
1192001
Exposure to low frequency pulsed electromagnetic fields increases interleukin-1 and interleukin-6 production by human peripheral blood mononuclear cells
A Cossarizza, S Angioni, F Petraglia, AR Genezzani, D Monti, M Capri, ...
Experimental cell research 204 (2), 385-387, 1993
1161993
Earthworm leukocytes that are not phagocytic and cross-react with several human epitopes can kill human tumor cell lines
A Cossarizza, EL Cooper, MM Suzuki, S Salvioli, M Capri, G Gri, ...
Experimental cell research 224 (1), 174-182, 1996
1111996
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