2012 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Francesco Ramirez applies his multidisciplinary studies on Gene and Morphogenesis in his research. His Cell biology study typically links adjacent topics like Transforming growth factor. Borrowing concepts from Transforming growth factor beta, Francesco Ramirez weaves in ideas under Transforming growth factor. Transforming growth factor beta and Cell biology are frequently intertwined in his study. Francesco Ramirez conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Genetics and Phenotype. His work blends Extracellular matrix and Elastin studies together. His Elastin study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Pathology. He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Pathology and Immunology in his work. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Immunology and Biochemistry.
Francesco Ramirez undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Gene and Phenotype through his works. Francesco Ramirez merges Genetics with Anatomy in his research. He integrates several fields in his works, including Anatomy and Genetics. His Cell biology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Extracellular matrix. Extracellular matrix and Biochemistry are frequently intertwined in his study. Francesco Ramirez conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Biochemistry and Molecular biology through his research. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Molecular biology and Cell biology. He combines Internal medicine and Pathology in his research. Francesco Ramirez connects Pathology with Internal medicine in his research.
Internal medicine and Disease are commonly linked in his work. Disease connects with themes related to Internal medicine in his study. His work on Transforming growth factor expands to the thematically related Cell biology. In his research, Francesco Ramirez undertakes multidisciplinary study on Transforming growth factor and Transforming growth factor beta. He frequently studies issues relating to Signal transduction and Transforming growth factor beta. In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Signal transduction and Extracellular matrix research. He connects Extracellular matrix with Connective tissue in his research. Borrowing concepts from Fibrillin, Francesco Ramirez weaves in ideas under Connective tissue. His study brings together the fields of Biochemistry and Fibrillin.
Internal medicine is closely attributed to Disease in his research. Disease and Internal medicine are commonly linked in his work. Francesco Ramirez connects Cell biology with Neuroscience in his research. Francesco Ramirez undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Neuroscience and Genetics in his work. His research on Genetics often connects related topics like Mechanotransduction. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Cell biology and Mechanotransduction. In his research, Francesco Ramirez undertakes multidisciplinary study on Marfan syndrome and Aneurysm. His study connects Radiology and Aneurysm. In his works, Francesco Ramirez undertakes multidisciplinary study on Radiology and Cardiology.
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Losartan, an AT1 antagonist, prevents aortic aneurysm in a mouse model of Marfan syndrome.
Jennifer P. Habashi;Daniel P. Judge;Tammy M. Holm;Ronald D. Cohn.
Dysregulation of TGF-β activation contributes to pathogenesis in Marfan syndrome
Enid R. Neptune;Pamela A. Frischmeyer;Dan E. Arking;Loretha Myers.
Nature Genetics (2003)
Linkage of Marfan syndrome and a phenotypically related disorder to two different fibrillin genes
Brendan Lee;Maurice Godfrey;Emilia Vitale;Hisae Hori.
Angiotensin II type 1 receptor blockade attenuates TGF-β–induced failure of muscle regeneration in multiple myopathic states
Ronald D Cohn;Christel van Erp;Jennifer P Habashi;Arshia A Soleimani.
Nature Medicine (2007)
Cloning and characterization of five overlapping cDNAs specific for the human proα 1(I) collagen chain
Mon-Li Chu;Jeanne C. Myers;Michael P. Bernard;Juy-Fang Ding.
Nucleic Acids Research (1982)
Pathogenetic sequence for aneurysm revealed in mice underexpressing fibrillin-1
Lygia Pereira;Sui Ying Lee;Barbara Gayraud;Kostantinos Andrikopoulos.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1999)
Genomic organization of the sequence coding for fibrillin, the defective gene product in Marfan syndrome
Lygia Pereira;Marina D'Alessio;Francesco Ramirez;Jennifer R.Lynch.
Human Molecular Genetics (1993)
Structure and expression of fibrillin-2, a novel microfibrillar component preferentially located in elastic matrices
Hui Zhang;S. D. Apfelroth;Wei Hu;E. C. Davis.
Journal of Cell Biology (1994)
Targetting of the gene encoding fibrillin-1 recapitulates the vascular aspect of Marfan syndrome.
Lygia Pereira;Konstantinos Andrikopoulos;Konstantinos Andrikopoulos;Jenny Tian;Sui Ying Lee.
Nature Genetics (1997)
Phenotypic Alteration of Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells Precedes Elastolysis in a Mouse Model of Marfan Syndrome
Tracie E. Bunton;Nancy Jensen Biery;Loretha Myers;Barbara Gayraud.
Circulation Research (2001)
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