Michele De Luca mainly investigates Stem cell, Keratinocyte, Cell biology, Limbal stem cell and Immunology. Her study in Keratinocyte is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Endocrinology, Paracrine signalling, Adult stem cell, Wound healing and Internal medicine. Her Cell biology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Growth factor, Insulin-like growth factor 2, 3T3 cells and Telomerase.
In her study, Stem cell marker, Cell, Cell cycle and Cell growth is inextricably linked to Molecular biology, which falls within the broad field of Limbal stem cell. Her studies deal with areas such as Epidermolysis bullosa, Laminin, Cellular differentiation and Epidermis as well as Immunology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Epithelium, Transplantation and Fibrin in addition to Cornea.
Her primary areas of study are Stem cell, Cell biology, Keratinocyte, Epidermis and Pathology. Her Stem cell research incorporates themes from Cornea, Genetic enhancement and Regeneration. Her study in Corneal epithelium and Limbal stem cell is done as part of Cornea.
Her Cell biology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Epithelium, Integrin, Conjunctiva and Cellular differentiation. Her Keratinocyte research integrates issues from Telomerase, Senescence, 3T3 cells and Immunology. Her studies in Pathology integrate themes in fields like Clonogenic assay and Transplantation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Stem cell, Epidermolysis bullosa, Cell biology, Cell therapy and Genetic enhancement. Michele De Luca interconnects Clinical trial, Bioinformatics and Epidermis in the investigation of issues within Stem cell. Her studies deal with areas such as Laminin, Cell culture and Disease as well as Epidermolysis bullosa.
In her research on the topic of Cell biology, Cellular differentiation, Telomere and Senescence is strongly related with Keratinocyte. Immunology and Phosphorylation is closely connected to Junctional epidermolysis bullosa in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Progenitor cell. Her Transplantation research integrates issues from Mutation and Pathology.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Stem cell, Immunology, Translational medicine, Autologous stem-cell transplantation and Adult stem cell. Her research on Stem cell concerns the broader Cell biology. Her Immunology study incorporates themes from Gene and Skin pathology.
Her studies in Adult stem cell integrate themes in fields like Quality and Limbal stem cell. Her research investigates the connection between Cell therapy and topics such as Corneal epithelium that intersect with issues in Transplantation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ex vivo, Cellular differentiation, Keratinocyte, Junctional epidermolysis bullosa and Epidermis in addition to Progenitor cell.
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p63 identifies keratinocyte stem cells
Graziella Pellegrini;Elena Dellambra;Osvaldo Golisano;Enrica Martinelli.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2001)
Long-term restoration of damaged corneal surfaces with autologous cultivated corneal epithelium
Graziella Pellegrini;Carlo E Traverso;Adriano Tito Franzi;Mario Zingirian.
The Lancet (1997)
Limbal stem-cell therapy and long-term corneal regeneration
Paolo Rama;Stanislav Matuska;Giorgio Paganoni;Alessandra Spinelli.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2010)
Location and Clonal Analysis of Stem Cells and Their Differentiated Progeny in the Human Ocular Surface
Graziella Pellegrini;Osvaldo Golisano;Patrizia Paterna;Alessandro Lambiase.
Journal of Cell Biology (1999)
Correction of junctional epidermolysis bullosa by transplantation of genetically modified epidermal stem cells
Fulvio Mavilio;Graziella Pellegrini;Stefano Ferrari;Francesca Di Nunzio.
Nature Medicine (2006)
Autologous fibrin-cultured limbal stem cells permanently restore the corneal surface of patients with total limbal stem cell deficiency.
Paolo Rama;Stefano Bonini;Alessandro Lambiase;Osvaldo Golisano.
Regeneration of the entire human epidermis using transgenic stem cells.
Tobias Hirsch;Tobias Rothoeft;Norbert Teig;Johann W. Bauer.
Isoforms of ΔNp63 and the migration of ocular limbal cells in human corneal regeneration
Enzo Di Iorio;Vanessa Barbaro;Alessandro Ruzza;Diego Ponzin.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2005)
A Two-Stage, p16INK4A- and p53-Dependent Keratinocyte Senescence Mechanism That Limits Replicative Potential Independent of Telomere Status
James G. Rheinwald;William C. Hahn;William C. Hahn;Matthew R. Ramsey;Jenny Y. Wu.
Molecular and Cellular Biology (2002)
Downregulation of 14-3-3σ Prevents Clonal Evolution and Leads to Immortalization of Primary Human Keratinocytes
Elena Dellambra;Osvaldo Golisano;Sergio Bondanza;Emanuela Siviero.
Journal of Cell Biology (2000)
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