Cellerino Associated Research Group

Publications

2015

  • MicroRNA 19a replacement partially rescues fin and cardiac defects in zebrafish model of Holt Oram syndrome.
    Chiavacci E, D'Aurizio R, Guzzolino E, Russo F, Baumgart M, Groth M, Mariani L, D'Onofrio M, Arisi I, Pellegrini M, Cellerino A, Cremisi F, Pitto L
    Sci Rep 2015, 5, 18240
  • MicroRNAs provide the first evidence of genetic link between diapause and aging in vertebrates
    Dolfi* L, Baumgart* M, Groth M, Platzer M, Cellerino A
    bioRxiv 2015, https://doi.org/10.1101/017848 * equal contribution
  • Similarities in Gene Expression Profiles during In Vitro Aging of Primary Human Embryonic Lung and Foreskin Fibroblasts.
    Marthandan S, Priebe S, Baumgart M, Groth M, Cellerino A, Guthke R, Hemmerich P, Diekmann S
    Biomed Res Int 2015, 2015, 731938
  • Turquoise killifish.
    Reichard M, Cellerino A, Valenzano DR
    Curr Biol 2015, 25(17), R741-2
  • Insights into Sex Chromosome Evolution and Aging from the Genome of a Short-Lived Fish.
    Reichwald* K, Petzold* A, Koch* P, Downie* BR, Hartmann* N, Pietsch S, Baumgart M, Chalopin D, Felder M, Bens M, Sahm A, Szafranski K, Taudien S, Groth M, Arisi I, Weise A, Bhatt SS, Sharma V, Kraus JM, Schmid F, Priebe S, Liehr T, Görlach M, Than ME, Hiller M, Kestler HA, Volff JN, Schartl M, Cellerino** A, Englert** C, Platzer** M
    Cell 2015, 163(6), 1527-38 * equal contribution, ** co-senior authors, featured in Cell Preview by Vanisha Lakhina and Coleen T. Murphy: Genome Sequencing Fishes out Longevity Genes. Cell. 2015 163(6):1312-3,Nature News by Ewen Callaway: Short-lived fish may hold clues to human age

2014

  • RNA-seq of the aging brain in the short-lived fish N. furzeri - conserved pathways and novel genes associated with neurogenesis.
    Baumgart* M, Groth* M, Priebe* S, Savino A, Testa G, Dix A, Ripa R, Spallotta F, Gaetano C, Ori M, Terzibasi Tozzini E, Guthke R, Platzer M, Cellerino A
    Aging Cell 2014, 13(6), 965-74 * equal contribution
  • Nerve growth factor in the adult brain of a teleostean model for aging research: Nothobranchius furzeri.
    D'Angelo L, Castaldo L, Cellerino A, de Girolamo P, Lucini C
    Ann Anat 2014, 196(4), 183-91
  • Brain derived neurotrophic factor: mRNA expression and protein distribution in the brain of the teleost Nothobranchius furzeri.
    D'Angelo L, de Girolamo P, Lucini C, Terzibasi ET, Baumgart M, Castaldo L, Cellerino A
    J Comp Neurol 2014, 522(5), 1004-30
  • Transition to annual life history coincides with reduction in cell cycle speed during early cleavage in three independent clades of annual killifish.
    Dolfi L, Ripa R, Cellerino A
    Evodevo 2014, 5, 32
  • The strange case of East African annual fish: aridification correlates with diversification for a savannah aquatic group?
    Dorn* A, Musilová* Z, Platzer M, Reichwald K, Cellerino A
    BMC Evol Biol 2014, 14(1), 210 * equal contribution