Patrizia Lavia
Patrizia Lavia
Institute of Molecular Biology and Pathology CNR, Roma Italy
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E2F target genes and cell‐cycle checkpoint control
P Lavia, P Jansen‐Dürr
Bioessays 21 (3), 221-230, 1999
A fraction of mouse sperm chromatin is organized in nucleosomal hypersensitive domains enriched in retroposon DNA
C Pittoggi, L Renzi, G Zaccagnini, D Cimini, F Degrassi, R Giordano, ...
Journal of cell science 112 (20), 3537-3548, 1999
p53 displacement from centrosomes and p53-mediated G1 arrest following transient inhibition of the mitotic spindle
M Ciciarello, R Mangiacasale, M Casenghi, MZ Limongi, M D'Angelo, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 276 (22), 19205-19213, 2001
Part of Ran is associated with AKAP450 at the centrosome: involvement in microtubule-organizing activity
G Keryer, B Di Fiore, C Celati, KF Lechtreck, M Mogensen, A Delouvée, ...
Molecular biology of the cell 14 (10), 4260-4271, 2003
Report A Functional Interplay Between Aurora-A, Plk1 and TPX2 at Spindle Poles
M De Luca, P Lavia, G Guarguaglini
Cell cycle 5 (3), 296-303, 2006
Exposure of normal and transformed cells to nevirapine, a reverse transcriptase inhibitor, reduces cell growth and promotes differentiation
R Mangiacasale, C Pittoggi, I Sciamanna, A Careddu, E Mattei, ...
Oncogene 22 (18), 2750-2761, 2003
p53-independent apoptosis and p53-dependent block of DNA rereplication following mitotic spindle inhibition in human cells
M Casenghi, R Mangiacasale, M Tuynder, P Caillet-Fauquet, A Elhajouji, ...
Experimental cell research 250 (2), 339-350, 1999
p53 localization at centrosomes during mitosis and postmitotic checkpoint are ATM-dependent and require serine 15 phosphorylation
A Tritarelli, E Oricchio, M Ciciarello, R Mangiacasale, A Palena, P Lavia, ...
Molecular biology of the cell 15 (8), 3751-3757, 2004
Spatial control of mitosis by the GTPase Ran
M Ciciarello, R Mangiacasale, P Lavia
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 64 (15), 1891-1914, 2007
Coincident start sites for divergent transcripts at a randomly selected CpG‐rich island of mouse.
P Lavia, D Macleod, A Bird
The EMBO journal 6 (9), 2773-2779, 1987
Toward highly potent cancer agents by modulating the C-2 group of the arylthioindole class of tubulin polymerization inhibitors
G La Regina, R Bai, WM Rensen, E Di Cesare, A Coluccia, F Piscitelli, ...
Journal of medicinal chemistry 56 (1), 123-149, 2013
Regulated Ran-binding protein 1 activity is required for organization and function of the mitotic spindle in mammalian cells in vivo
G Guarguaglini, L Renzi, F D Ottavio, B Di Fiore, M Casenghi, E Cundari, ...
Cell Growth and Differentiation-Publication American Association for Cancer …, 2000
The Aurora-A/TPX2 complex: a novel oncogenic holoenzyme?
IA Asteriti, WM Rensen, C Lindon, P Lavia, G Guarguaglini
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Reviews on Cancer 1806 (2), 230-239, 2010
Mammalian RanBP1 regulates centrosome cohesion during mitosis
B Di Fiore, M Ciciarello, R Mangiacasale, A Palena, AM Tassin, E Cundari, ...
Journal of cell science 116 (16), 3399-3411, 2003
Mitotic functions of the Ran GTPase network: the importance of being in the right place at the right time
BD Fiore, M Ciciarello, P Lavia
Cell Cycle 3 (3), 303-311, 2004
Emerging roles of DNA tumor viruses in cell proliferation: new insights into genomic instability
P Lavia, AM Mileo, A Giordano, MG Paggi
Oncogene 22 (42), 6508-6516, 2003
Importin β is transported to spindle poles during mitosis and regulates Ran-dependent spindle assembly factors in mammalian cells
M Ciciarello, R Mangiacasale, C Thibier, G Guarguaglini, E Marchetti, ...
Journal of cell science 117 (26), 6511-6522, 2004
Localized RanGTP accumulation promotes microtubule nucleation at kinetochores in somatic mammalian cells
L Torosantucci, M De Luca, G Guarguaglini, P Lavia, F Degrassi
Molecular biology of the cell 19 (5), 1873-1882, 2008
Control of Aurora-A stability through interaction with TPX2
M Giubettini, IA Asteriti, J Scrofani, M De Luca, C Lindon, P Lavia, ...
Journal of cell science 124 (1), 113-122, 2011
Cloning of PC3B, a novel member of the PC3/BTG/TOB family of growth inhibitory genes, highly expressed in the olfactory epithelium
P Buanne, G Corrente, L Micheli, A Palena, P Lavia, C Spadafora, ...
Genomics 68 (3), 253-263, 2000
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