Cellerino Associated Research Group

Publications

2023

  • Antioxidants Prevent the Effects of Physical Exercise on Visual Cortical Plasticity.
    Sansevero G, Consorti A, Di Marco I, Terzibasi Tozzini E, Cellerino** A, Sale** A
    Cells 2023, 12(1), doi.org/10.3390/cells12010048 ** co-senior authors

2022

  • Quantification of noradrenergic-, dopaminergic-, and tectal-neurons during aging in the short-lived killifish Nothobranchius furzeri.
    Bagnoli S, Fronte B, Bibbiani C, Terzibasi Tozzini E, Cellerino A
    Aging Cell 2022, 21(9), e13689
  • A deep neural network provides an ultraprecise multi-tissue transcriptomic clock for the short-lived fish Nothobranchius furzeri and identifies predicitive genes translatable to human aging
    Ferrari E, Reichwald K, Koch P, Groth M, Baumgart M, Cellerino A
    bioRxiv 2022
  • New lessons on TDP-43 from old N. furzeri killifish.
    Louka A, Bagnoli S, Rupert J, Esapa B, Tartaglia GG, Cellerino A, Pastore A, Terzibasi Tozzini E
    Aging Cell 2022, 21(1), e13517
  • RNA-seq analysis of brain aging in wild specimens of short-lived turquoise killifish. Commonalities and differences with aging under laboratory conditions.
    Mazzetto M, Caterino C, Groth M, Ferrari E, Reichard M, Baumgart M, Cellerino A
    Mol Biol Evol 2022, 39(11), msac219
  • The sources of sex differences in aging in annual fishes.
    Reichard M, Blažek R, Žák J, Cellerino A, Polačik M
    J Anim Ecol 2022, 91(3), 540-50

2021

  • Aging is associated with a degeneration of noradrenergic-, but not dopaminergic-neurons, in the short-lived killifish Nothobranchius furzeri
    Bagnoli S, Fronte B, Bibbiani C, Terzibasi Tozzini E, Cellerino A
    bioRxiv 2021
  • β-Glucans as Dietary Supplement to Improve Locomotion and Mitochondrial Respiration in a Model of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
    Brogi L, Marchese M, Cellerino A, Licitra R, Naef V, Mero S, Bibbiani C, Fronte B
    Nutrients 2021, 13(5)
  • Alternative Animal Models of Aging Research
    Holtze S, Gorshkova E, Braude S, Cellerino A, Dammann P, Hildebrandt TB, Hoeflich A, Hoffmann S, Koch P, Terzibasi Tozzini E, Skulachev M, Skulachev VP, Sahm A
    Front Mol Biosci 2021, 8, doi: 10.3389/fmolb.2021.660959.

2020

  • miR-182-5p is an evolutionarily conserved Tbx5 effector that impacts cardiac development and electrical activity in zebrafish.
    Guzzolino E, Pellegrino M, Ahuja N, Garrity D, D'Aurizio R, Groth M, Baumgart M, Hatcher CJ, Mercatanti A, Evangelista M, Ippolito C, Tognoni E, Fukuda R, Lionetti V, Pellegrini M, Cremisi F, Pitto L
    Cell Mol Life Sci 2020, 77(16), 3215-29