2023 - Research.com Biology and Biochemistry in Italy Leader Award
2023 - Research.com Chemistry in Italy Leader Award
Much of his study explores Biochemistry relationship to Cysteine. Borrowing concepts from Enzyme, he weaves in ideas under Cysteine. His research on Enzyme frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Hemeprotein. While working on this project, he studies both Hemeprotein and Heme. He integrates many fields, such as Heme and Globin, in his works. Paolo Ascenzi merges many fields, such as Globin and Neuroglobin, in his writings. Paolo Ascenzi performs multidisciplinary study on Neuroglobin and Hemoglobin in his works. Paolo Ascenzi undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Hemoglobin and Myoglobin through his research. His Myoglobin study often links to related topics such as Biochemistry.
Paolo Ascenzi integrates Biochemistry with Cell biology in his study. In his works, Paolo Ascenzi undertakes multidisciplinary study on Cell biology and Biochemistry. He performs multidisciplinary study in Enzyme and Myoglobin in his work. His work on Ferrous expands to the thematically related Organic chemistry. He integrates many fields, such as Stereochemistry and Enzyme, in his works. He merges Heme with Hemeprotein in his research. Paolo Ascenzi conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Gene and Genetics through his works. He integrates Genetics and Gene in his research. In his works, he conducts interdisciplinary research on Receptor and Ligand (biochemistry).
Paolo Ascenzi regularly links together related areas like Human serum albumin in his Biochemistry studies. Borrowing concepts from Myoglobin, Paolo Ascenzi weaves in ideas under Enzyme. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Genetics and Cancer research. Paolo Ascenzi undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Cancer research and Genetics through his works. He performs integrative study on Gene and Computational biology in his works. He performs multidisciplinary study in Cell biology and Gene in his work. Many of his studies on Organic chemistry involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Dissociation (chemistry). He regularly ties together related areas like Organic chemistry in his Dissociation (chemistry) studies. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Heme and Hemeprotein through his research.
His Stage (stratigraphy) study deals with Paleontology intersecting with Context (archaeology). His Context (archaeology) study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Paleontology. His work on Proteolytic enzymes expands to the thematically related Biochemistry. Cell biology is closely attributed to Function (biology) in his work. Paolo Ascenzi regularly links together related areas like Cell biology in his Function (biology) studies. Paolo Ascenzi applies his multidisciplinary studies on Computational biology and DNA in his research. Paolo Ascenzi connects DNA with Computational biology in his study. He integrates several fields in his works, including Pathology and Radiology. Paolo Ascenzi combines Radiology and Pathology in his studies.
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Human serum albumin: from bench to bedside.
Gabriella Fanali;Alessandra di Masi;Viviana Trezza;Maria Marino.
Molecular Aspects of Medicine (2012)
The extraordinary ligand binding properties of human serum albumin
Mauro Fasano;Stephen Curry;Enzo Terreno;Monica Galliano.
Iubmb Life (2005)
Structure–function relationship of estrogen receptor α and β: Impact on human health
Paolo Ascenzi;Alessio Bocedi;Maria Marino.
Molecular Aspects of Medicine (2006)
Estrogen signaling multiple pathways to impact gene transcription.
Maria Marino;Paola Galluzzo;Paolo Ascenzi.
Current Genomics (2006)
Palmitoylation-dependent estrogen receptor α membrane localization: Regulation by 17β-estradiol
Filippo Acconcia;Paolo Ascenzi;Alessio Bocedi;Enzo Spisni.
Molecular Biology of the Cell (2004)
Neuroglobin and cytoglobin. Fresh blood for the vertebrate globin family.
Alessandra Pesce;Martino Bolognesi;Alessio Bocedi;Paolo Ascenzi.
EMBO Reports (2002)
Human Brain Neuroglobin Structure Reveals a Distinct Mode of Controlling Oxygen Affinity
Alessandra Pesce;Sylvia Dewilde;Marco Nardini;Luc Moens.
Nuclear receptors CAR and PXR: Molecular, functional, and biomedical aspects.
Alessandra di Masi;Elisabetta De Marinis;Paolo Ascenzi;Maria Marino.
Molecular Aspects of Medicine (2009)
Retinoic acid receptors: from molecular mechanisms to cancer therapy.
Alessandra di Masi;Loris Leboffe;Elisabetta De Marinis;Francesca Pagano.
Molecular Aspects of Medicine (2015)
A novel two-over-two alpha-helical sandwich fold is characteristic of the truncated hemoglobin family.
Alessandra Pesce;Manon Couture;Manon Couture;Sylvia Dewilde;Michel Guertin.
The EMBO Journal (2000)
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