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Authors: Taglialatela, M Pannaccione, A Cataldi, M Castaldo, P Secondo, A Iossa, S Di Renzo, GF Annunziato, L
Citation: M. Taglialatela et al., "Janus face" of nitric oxide action on plasma membrane and intracellular ionic channels, ARCH GER G, 2001, pp. 379-394

Authors: Perna, AF Ingrosso, D Castaldo, P Galletti, P De Santo, NG
Citation: Af. Perna et al., Homocysteine and transmethylations in uremia, KIDNEY INT, 59, 2001, pp. S230-S233

Authors: Perna, AF Castaldo, P De Santo, NG Di Carlo, E Cimmino, A Galletti, P Zappia, V Ingrosso, D
Citation: Af. Perna et al., Plasma proteins containing damaged L-isoaspartyl residues are increased inuremia: Implications for mechanism, KIDNEY INT, 59(6), 2001, pp. 2299-2308

Authors: Sensi, M Morano, S Sagratella, E Castaldo, P Morelli, S Vetri, M Caltabiano, V Purrello, F Andreani, D Vecci, E Di Mario, U
Citation: M. Sensi et al., Advanced glycation end product levels in eye lenses, aorta, and tail tendon in transplanted diabetic inbred Lewis rats, TRANSPLANT, 72(8), 2001, pp. 1370-1375

Authors: Taglialatela, M Secondo, A Fresi, A Rosati, B Pannaccione, A Castaldo, P Giorgio, G Wanke, E Annunziato, L
Citation: M. Taglialatela et al., Inhibition of depolarization-induced [H-3]noradrenaline release from SH-SY5Y human neuroblastoma cells by some second-generation H-1 receptor antagonists through blockade of store-operated Ca2+ channels (SOCs), BIOCH PHARM, 62(9), 2001, pp. 1229-1238

Authors: Motta, C Cartia, G Muni, A Giudici, M Falcetto, G Castaldo, P Galli, T
Citation: C. Motta et al., Sentinel lymph node identification in breast cancer: Feasibility study, TUMORI, 86(4), 2000, pp. 304-306

Authors: Emmi, A Wenzel, HJ Schwartzkroin, PA Taglialatela, M Castaldo, P Bianchi, L Nerbonne, J Robertson, GA Janigro, D
Citation: A. Emmi et al., Do glia have heart? Expression and functional role for ether-a-go-go currents in hippocampal astrocytes, J NEUROSC, 20(10), 2000, pp. 3915-3925

Authors: Ficker, E Dennis, AT Obejero-Paz, CA Castaldo, P Taglialatela, M Brown, AM
Citation: E. Ficker et al., Retention in the endoplasmic reticulum as a mechanism of dominant-negativecurrent suppression in human long QT syndrome, J MOL CEL C, 32(12), 2000, pp. 2327-2337

Authors: Taglialatela, M Pannaccione, A Castaldo, P Giorgio, G Annunziato, L
Citation: M. Taglialatela et al., Inhibition of HERG1 K+ channels by the novel second-generation antihistamine mizolastine, BR J PHARM, 131(6), 2000, pp. 1081-1088

Authors: Perna, AF Castaldo, P Ingrosso, D De Santo, NG
Citation: Af. Perna et al., Homocysteine, a new cardiovascular risk factor, is also a powerful uremic toxin, J NEPHROL, 12(4), 1999, pp. 230-240

Authors: Taglialatela, M Castaldo, P Pannaccione, A Giorgio, G Genovese, A Marone, G Annunziato, L
Citation: M. Taglialatela et al., Cardiac ion channels and antihistamines: possible mechanisms of cardiotoxicity, CLIN EXP AL, 29, 1999, pp. 182-189

Authors: Perna, AF Castaldo, P De Santo, NG Galletti, P Ingrosso, D
Citation: Af. Perna et al., Homocysteine and chronic renal failure, MIN ELECT M, 25(4-6), 1999, pp. 279-285

Authors: Perna, AF Ingrosso, D Castaldo, P De Santo, NG Galletti, P Zappia, V
Citation: Af. Perna et al., Homocysteine, a new crucial element in the pathogenesis of uremic cardiovascular complications, MIN ELECT M, 25(1-2), 1999, pp. 95-99

Authors: Taglialatela, M Pannaccione, A Iossa, S Castaldo, P Annunziato, L
Citation: M. Taglialatela et al., Modulation of the K+ channels encoded by the human ethera-gogo-related gene-1 (hERG1) by nitric oxide, MOLEC PHARM, 56(6), 1999, pp. 1298-1308
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