Dalla Serra, Mauro
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 3.373
EU - Europa 1.759
AS - Asia 299
AF - Africa 27
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 26
OC - Oceania 7
SA - Sud America 5
Totale 5.496
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 3.364
SE - Svezia 432
DE - Germania 386
UA - Ucraina 340
FI - Finlandia 184
IE - Irlanda 136
VN - Vietnam 106
CN - Cina 101
GB - Regno Unito 81
IN - India 62
BE - Belgio 59
RU - Federazione Russa 55
IT - Italia 49
FR - Francia 28
ZA - Sudafrica 27
EU - Europa 26
IR - Iran 17
CA - Canada 9
ES - Italia 5
IL - Israele 5
AU - Australia 4
BR - Brasile 3
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 3
AR - Argentina 2
HK - Hong Kong 2
IQ - Iraq 2
KR - Corea 2
NL - Olanda 2
CH - Svizzera 1
LB - Libano 1
PL - Polonia 1
TH - Thailandia 1
Totale 5.496
Città #
Chandler 860
Jacksonville 737
Ashburn 198
Wilmington 177
Dublin 134
Dong Ket 106
Ann Arbor 105
Dearborn 102
Kronberg 95
New York 92
Boardman 84
Helsinki 83
Woodbridge 64
Brussels 55
Brooklyn 48
Beijing 44
Pune 36
Phoenix 29
Shanghai 28
Trento 28
Seattle 27
Secaucus 18
Houston 16
Falls Church 12
Norwalk 11
Cologne 10
Leawood 9
Portland 9
Ardabil 8
San Mateo 8
Redwood City 7
Saint Petersburg 7
Santa Clara 7
Augusta 6
Hanover 6
Los Angeles 6
Monmouth Junction 6
St Petersburg 6
Auburn Hills 5
Falkenstein 5
Nanjing 5
Toronto 5
Zanjan 5
Bangalore 4
Charlotte 4
Cheyenne 4
Redmond 4
Des Moines 3
Guangzhou 3
Gunzenhausen 3
Hefei 3
Roussillon 3
Stirling 3
Baghdad 2
Barcelona 2
Buenos Aires 2
Fuzhou 2
Gent 2
Ghent 2
Jinan 2
Kunming 2
Madrid 2
Mountain View 2
Mumbai 2
Sacramento 2
Sydney 2
São Luís 2
Turin 2
Wrexham 2
Wuhan 2
Xian 2
Andover 1
Auckland 1
Berkeley 1
Borgo Valsugana 1
Brisbane 1
Buffalo 1
Castellón 1
Central District 1
Changsha 1
Costa Mesa 1
Enfield 1
Frankfurt am Main 1
Gif-sur-yvette 1
Hamilton 1
Inglewood 1
Lara 1
Las Vegas 1
Lausanne 1
Limerick 1
London 1
Mississauga 1
Mysiadło 1
Nanchang 1
Napoli 1
New Delhi 1
Niort 1
Ottawa 1
Pittsburgh 1
Rezzato 1
Totale 3.408
Nome #
Combinatorial plasma deposition of C-based films to test cell adhesion 94
Bio-hybrid interfaces to study neuromorphic functionalities: New multidisciplinary evidences of cell viability on poly(anyline) (PANI), a semiconductor polymer with memristive properties 81
para-sulfonato-calix[n]arenes inhibit staphylococcal bicomponent leukotoxins by supramolecular interactions. 77
A novel mechanism of pore formation: membrane penetration by the N-terminal amphipathic region of equinatoxin. 76
Alpha-synuclein pore forming activity upon membrane association 75
γ-Hemolysin Oligomeric Structure and Effect of its Formation on Supported Lipid Bilayers: an AFM Investigation 75
Bacterial hemolysins and leukotoxins affect target cells by forming large exogenous pores into their plasma membrane: Escherichia coli hemolysin A as a case example. 73
N-terminal deletion affects catalytic activity of saporin toxin 73
A fluorimetric assay for the effects of cytolytic toxins on the transport properties of resealed erythrocyte ghosts. 71
N-terminal-bearing peptide derived from the pore-forming protein Sticholysin II interacts with lipid bilayer. 70
Effects of lipid composition on membrane permeabilization by two cytolysins of the sea anemone Stichodactyla helianthus, St I and St II 69
Cytotoxic activity of a tumor protease-activated pore-forming toxin. 65
Human perforin employs different avenues to damage membranes 64
Structural features of distinctin affecting peptide biological and biochemical properties 62
Binding of antibodies to functional epitopes on the pore formed by Escherichia coli hemolysin in cells and model membranes. 61
Biochemical and cytotoxic properties of conjugates of transferrin with equinatoxin II, a cytolysin from a sea anemone. 61
Activation energy of the cardiac Na+/Ca2+ exchanger in sarcolemmal vesicles and reconstituted proteoliposomes. 61
Pore formation by equinatoxin II, a eukaryotic protein toxin, occurs by induction of nonlamellar lipid structures. 61
Homologous versus heterologous interactions in the pore of bicomponent staphylococcal gamma-hemolysins 61
Liposomes in the study of pore-forming toxins. 60
Anticandida activity is retained in P-113, a 12-amino-acid fragment of histatin 5. 60
Construction of the I18C-EqtII – avidin conjugate via a biotinylated peptide and its cytotoxic activity. 59
Potential inhibitors of Staphylococccus aureus bi-components γ-hemolysins 59
A tumor protease-activated pore forming toxin as a specific anticancer tool 59
Interaction with model membranes and pore formation by human stefin B; studying the native and prefibrillar states 59
A XAS study of the geometrical arrangement of Cu(II)-binding octarepeat peptides 58
Structure and activity of the N-terminal region of the eukaryotic cytolysin equinatoxin II. 57
Antiparasite activity of sea-anemone cytolysins on Giardia duodenalis and specific targeting with anti-Giardia antibodies. 57
Characterization of anticholinesterase-active 3-alkylpyridinium polymers from the marine sponge Reniera sarai in aqueous solutions. 57
HOW A METABOLITE OF DOPAMINE CAN TRANSFORM ALPHA­SYNUCLEIN IN AN ENDOTOXIN 57
pH dependence of listeriolysin O aggregation and pore-forming ability 57
Effects of lipid composition on membrane permeabilization by sticholysin I and II, two cytolysins of the sea anemone Stichodactyla helianthus. 56
Staphylococcus aureus bicomponent gamma-hemolysins, HlgA, HlgB, and HlgC, can form mixed pores containing all components. 56
Construction of EqtII mutants immunoconjugates and characterization of their cytotoxic activity 56
A tumor protease-activated conjugate based on a sea anemone toxin: its cytotoxic activity on cancer cells. 56
Fuscopeptins, antimicrobial lipodepsipeptides from Pseudomonas fuscovaginae, are channel forming peptides active on biological and model membranes 56
Peptides derived from apoptotic Bax and Bid reproduce the poration activity of the parent full-length proteins 56
Biopolymer surface coatings for the treatment of staphylococcal infections 56
Anomalously high aggregation level of the polyene antibiotic amphotericin B in acidic medium: implications for the biological action. 55
Synthesis of plasmonic gold/carbon nanotubes hybrid structures for cell imaging and drug delivery 55
Tolaasin I, Lipodepsipeptides from Pseudomonas reactans and Pseudomonas tolaasii, permeabilize model membranes 55
The Influence of Membrane Lipids in Staphylococcus aureus Gamma-Hemolysins Pore Formation 54
Synthesis and characterization of Raman active gold nanoparticles 54
Cysteine-scanning mutagenesis of an eukaryotic pore-forming toxin from sea anemone: topology in lipid membranes. 54
Mechanism of membrane permeabilization by sticholysin I, a cytolysin isolated from the venom of the sea anemone Stichodactyla helianthus. 54
Sustained in vitro release and cell uptake of doxorubicin adsorbed onto gold nanoparticles and covered by a polyelectrolyte complex layer 54
The mode of action of bicomponent gamma-hemolysins of Staphylococcus aureus. 53
Self-potentiation of ligand-toxin conjugates containing ricin A chain fused with viral structures. 53
A fluorescence-based assay for the reductase activity of protein disulfide isomerase 53
THE STAPHYLOCOCCAL PANTON AND VALENTINE LEUKOCIDIN AND gamma-HAEMOLYSIN HLGC/HLGB SHARE C5AR AS A RECEPTOR, BUT OPERATE DIVERSE INTRACELLULAR ACTIVITIES IN HUMAN POLYMORPHONUCLEAR NEUTROPHILS 53
Neuronal firing modulation by a membrane-targeted photoswitch 53
Sizing the radius of the pore formed in erythrocytes and lipid vesicles by the toxin sticholysin I from the sea anemone Stichodactyla helianthus. 52
The adsorption of Pseudomonas aeruginosa exotoxin A to phospholipid monolayers is controlled by pH and surface potential. 52
Distinction between pore assembly by staphylococcal α-toxin versus leukotoxins 52
Perforin oligomers form arcs in cellular membranes: a locus for intracellular delivery of granzymes 52
The interaction of Staphylococcus aureus bi-component gamma-hemolysins and leucocidins with cells and lipid membranes. 52
Intrinsic tryptophan fluorescence of equinatoxin II, a pore-forming polypeptide from the sea anemone Actinia equina L, monitors its interaction with lipid membranes. 52
Listeriolysin O pore-forming abilities on lipid membranes 51
Site directed mutagenesis to assess the binding capacity of class S protein of Staphylococcus aureus leucotoxins to the surface of polymorphonuclear cells 51
Pore-forming peptides and protein toxins 51
Les leucotoxines de staphylocoque: de l'investigation bio-structurale vers la notion d'inhibiteurs 50
Identifying the Minimal Copper- and Zinc-binding Site Sequence in Amyloid-beta Peptides 50
A molecular pin to study the dynamic of á-barrel formation in Pore Forming Toxins on erythrocytes: a sliding model 50
Multifunctional branched gold-carbon nanotube hybrid for cell imaging and drug delivery 49
Perforin activity at membranes leads to invaginations and vesicle formation 48
Membrane permeabilizing activity of linusitin from flax seed 48
Effects of calcium and protons on the secondary structure of the nodulation protein NodO from Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar viciae. 48
Directly assessment of drug release dynamics from gold nanoparticles 47
Use of nanostructures for cancer care 47
Permeabilization of model lipid membranes by Bacillus sphaericus mosquitocidal binary toxin and its individual components. 47
Protein engineering modulates the transport properties and ion selectivity of the pores formed by staphylococcal gamma-haemolysins in lipid membranes. 47
Mode of action of beta-barrel pore-forming toxins of the staphylococcal alpha-hemolysin family. 47
Molecular mechanism of pore formation by actinoporins 47
Plasticity of Listeriolysin O Pores Revealed by Mutagenesis of a Unique Histidine 47
Molecular modifications of the pore forming gamma hemolysins from Staphylococcus aureus 46
Structure, conformation and biological activity of a novel lipodepsipeptide from Pseudomonas corrugata: Cormycin A 46
Reversal of charge selectivity in transmembrane protein pores by using noncovalent molecular adapters. 45
Binding of antibiotic amphotericin B to lipid membranes: Monomolecular layer technique and linear dichroism-FTIR studies 45
pH-activated doxorubicin release from polyelectrolyte complex layer coated mesoporous silica nanoparticles 45
The equinatoxin N-terminus is transferred across planar lipid membranes and helps to stabilize the transmembrane pore. 44
EPR and FTIR studies reveal the importance of highly ordered sterol-enriched membrane domains for ostreolysin activity. 44
The influence of membrane lipids in Staphylococcus aureus gamma-hemolysins pore formation 44
Conductive properties and gating of channels formed by syringopeptin 25A, a bioactive lipodepsipeptide from Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae, in planar lipid membranes. 44
Peptides corresponding to helices 5 and 6 of Bax can independently form large lipid pores 44
Combinatorial Plasma Polymerization Approach to Produce Thin Films for Testing Cell proliferation 44
Lipid modulation on structure and function abilities of two Cholesterol--Dependent Cytolysins 44
Sea anemone cytolysins as toxic component of immunotoxins 43
Biological Characterisation of WLIP produced by Pseudomonas reactans strain NCPPB1311 43
Metal binding in amyloid beta-peptides shows intra- and inter-peptide coordination modes. 42
Deposito della beta-amiloide sulla membrana cellulare: ruolo degli ioni metallici e dei radicali liberi 42
Metal binding in amyloids beta peptides shows both intra- and inter-peptide modes 42
The interaction of lipodepsipeptide toxins from Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae with biological and model membranes: a comparison of syringotoxin, syringomycin, and two syringopeptins. 42
Ion channels and bacterial infection: the case of beta-barrel pore-forming protein toxins of Staphylococcus aureus. 42
XAS STUDIES OF CU(II) AND ZN(II) BINDING SITE IN AMYLOID PEPTIDES 41
In vitro investigation of doxorubicin release from gold nanoparticles coated by polyelectrolyte multilayers 41
The role of membrane lipid composition for the activity of Staphylococcus aureus gamma-hemolysins 40
Engineered covalent leucotoxin heterodimers form functional pores: insights into S-F interactions 39
Plasma assisted surface treatments of biomaterials 39
A multidisciplinary approach to study the functional properties of neuron-like cell models constituting a living bio-hybrid system: SH-SY5Y cells adhering to PANI substrate 36
Permeability increase induced by Escherichia coli hemolysin A in human macrophages is due to the formation of ionic pores: a patch clamp characterization. 35
Totale 5.360
Categoria #
all - tutte 29.648
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 29.648


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/201947 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 8 24 2
2019/2020958 110 104 5 5 142 74 127 20 120 54 127 70
2020/20211.024 115 0 113 72 107 20 125 5 3 185 103 176
2021/2022521 22 13 5 106 13 11 7 79 42 26 61 136
2022/20231.619 32 128 27 300 80 269 8 108 433 138 57 39
2023/2024722 78 34 126 54 93 162 40 135 0 0 0 0
Totale 5.534