ROMEI, CRISTINA

ROMEI, CRISTINA  

81 - Dipartimento di Medicina Sperimentale (DIMES) (attivo dal 01/01/1998 al 18/07/2012)  

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A New Function for Glycine GLYT2 Transporters: Stimulation of GABA Release from Cerebellar Nerve Terminals Through GAT-1 Transporter Reversal and Ca2+-Dependent Anion Channels 1-gen-2014 Milanese, Marco; Romei, Cristina; Usai, C; Oliveri, M; Raiteri, Luca
Colocalization of neurotransmitter transporters on the plasma membrane of the same nerve terminal may reflect cotransmission. 1-gen-2016 Romei, C; Bonifacino, T; Milanese, M; Usai, Cesare; Raiteri, L.
Corrigendum to ?Colocalization of neurotransmitter transporters on the plasma membrane of the same nerve terminal may reflect cotransmission? [Brain Res. Bull. 127 (2016) 100?110] (S0361923016302155) (10.1016/j.brainresbull.2016.08.013) 1-gen-2017 Romei, C.; Bonifacino, T.; Milanese, M.; Usai, C.; Raiteri, L.
GABA release provoked by disturbed Na(+), K(+) and Ca(2+) homeostasis in cerebellar nerve endings: Roles of Ca(2+) channels, , Na(+)/Ca(2+) exchangers and GAT1 transporter reversal. 1-gen-2014 Romei, Cristina; Sabolla, C; Raiteri, Luca
GABA(B) presynaptic receptors modulate glycine exocytosis from mouse spinal cord and hippocampus glycinergic nerve endings 1-gen-2009 Romei, Cristina; Luccini, E.; Raiteri, Maurizio; Raiteri, Luca
Glycine release provoked by "disturbed" ionic homeostasis in cerebellar nerve endings 1-gen-2011 Romei, Cristina; Raiteri, Luca
Glycine release provoked by disturbed Na+, K+ and Ca2+ homeostasis in cerebellar nerve endings: roles of Ca2+ channels, Na+/Ca2+ exchangers and GlyT2 transporter reversal 1-gen-2011 Romei, Cristina; DI PRISCO, Silvia; Raiteri, Maurizio; Raiteri, Luca
Glycinergic nerve endings in hippocampus and spinal cord release glycine by different mechanisms in response to identical depolarizing stimuli 1-gen-2008 Luccini, E; Romei, Cristina; Raiteri, Luca
Ionic dysregulations typical of ischemia provoke release of glycine and GABA by multiple mechanisms 1-gen-2010 Luccini, E.; Romei, Cristina; DI PRISCO, S.; Raiteri, Maurizio; Raiteri, Luca
Isolation and characterization of renal cancer stem cells from patient-derived xenografts. 1-gen-2016 Hasmim, M; Bruno, S; Azzi, S; Gallerne, C; Michel, Jg; Chiabotto, G; Lecoz, V; Romei, C; Spaggiari, Gm; Pezzolo, A; Pistoia, V; Angevin, E; Gad, S; Ferlicot, S; Messai, Y; Kieda, C; Clay, D; Sabatini, F; Escudier, B; Camussi, G; Eid, P; Azzarone, B; Chouaib, S.
Mesenchymal Stromal Cells Induce Peculiar Alternatively Activated Macrophages Capable of Dampening Both Innate and Adaptive Immune Responses 1-gen-2016 Chiossone, Laura; Conte, Romana; Spaggiari, GRAZIA MARIA; Serra, Martina; Romei, Cristina; Bellora, Francesca; Becchetti, Flavio; Andaloro, Antonio; Moretta, Lorenzo; Bottino, Cristina
Neuropeptide S inhibits release of 5-HT and glycine in mouse amygdala and frontal/prefrontal cortex through activation of the neuropeptide S receptor 1-gen-2013 Gardella, Elena; Romei, Cristina; A., Cavallero; C., Trapella; Fedele, Ernesto; Raiteri, Luca
Neuropeptide S selectively inhibits the release of serotonin and noradrenaline from mouse frontal cortex nerve endings 1-gen-2009 Raiteri, Luca; Luccini, E; Romei, Cristina; Salvadori, S; Calo, G.
The GABA(B) receptor antagonists CGP35348 and CGP52432 inhibit glycine exocytosis: study with GABA(B1)- and GABA(B2)-deficient mice 1-gen-2010 Romei, Cristina; Luccini, E.; Raiteri, Maurizio; Raiteri, Luca