Romano Regazzi mainly investigates Cell biology, microRNA, Insulin, Exocytosis and Pancreatic islets. The study incorporates disciplines such as GLUT4, Transcription factor, Cytoskeleton and VAMP2 in addition to Cell biology. His microRNA study incorporates themes from Diabetes mellitus, Gene expression, Immunology and Glucose homeostasis.
His Insulin study is focused on Internal medicine and Endocrinology. Romano Regazzi studied Internal medicine and Apoptosis that intersect with Protein kinase A. Secretion covers Romano Regazzi research in Exocytosis.
His primary areas of investigation include Cell biology, Insulin, Exocytosis, Internal medicine and Endocrinology. The Cell biology study combines topics in areas such as Cell culture, Secretory Vesicle, Microvesicles, Transcription factor and Gene silencing. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as microRNA and Insulin.
His microRNA study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Gene expression, Bioinformatics, Diabetes mellitus, Immunology and Disease. The Exocytosis study which covers Rab that intersects with Effector. He has researched Internal medicine in several fields, including Apoptosis, Regulation of gene expression and Protein kinase C.
Cell biology, Islet, Insulin, microRNA and Diabetes mellitus are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Cell growth, Reprogramming, Transcriptome, Chromatin and Gene silencing in his study of Cell biology. His Insulin research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Secretion, Gene expression, Affect and Long non-coding RNA.
His microRNA study is concerned with the field of Gene as a whole. His work in Diabetes mellitus covers topics such as Internal medicine which are related to areas like Reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction. His Endocrinology research incorporates themes from Calcitriol receptor and Adenoma.
Romano Regazzi spends much of his time researching microRNA, Pancreatic islets, Cancer research, Diabetes mellitus genetics and Exosome. His microRNA research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Diabetes mellitus and RNA. Many of his studies on Diabetes mellitus apply to Insulin as well.
His research in RNA intersects with topics in Microarray, Wild type, Transcriptome and Cell biology. His Pancreatic islets research includes themes of Lymphocyte, Beta cell, Insulitis and NOD mice. His Cancer research research incorporates elements of Regulation of gene expression and Immune system.
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Human polymorphism at microRNAs and microRNA target sites.
Liuqing Yang;Chunru Lin;Chunyu Jin;Joy C. Yang.
Frontiers in Genetics (2013)
Circulating microRNAs as novel biomarkers for diabetes mellitus
Claudiane Guay;Romano Regazzi.
Nature Reviews Endocrinology (2013)
Malonyl-CoA and long chain acyl-CoA esters as metabolic coupling factors in nutrient-induced insulin secretion.
M Prentki;S Vischer;M C Glennon;R Regazzi.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1992)
Low lactate dehydrogenase and high mitochondrial glycerol phosphate dehydrogenase in pancreatic beta-cells. Potential role in nutrient sensing
N Sekine;V Cirulli;R Regazzi;L J Brown.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1994)
MicroRNA-9 Controls the Expression of Granuphilin/Slp4 and the Secretory Response of Insulin-producing Cells
Valérie Plaisance;Amar Abderrahmani;Amar Abderrahmani;Véronique Perret-Menoud;Patrick Jacquemin.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2006)
Diabetes mellitus, a microRNA-related disease?
Claudiane Guay;Elodie Roggli;Valeria Nesca;Cécile Jacovetti.
Translational Research (2011)
Alterations in microRNA expression contribute to fatty acid-induced pancreatic β-cell dysfunction
Pascal Lovis;Elodie Roggli;D. Ross Laybutt;Sonia Gattesco.
Involvement of microRNAs in the cytotoxic effects exerted by proinflammatory cytokines on pancreatic β-cells
Elodie Roggli;Aurore Britan;Sonia Gattesco;Nathalie Lin-Marq.
Regulation of the expression of components of the exocytotic machinery of insulin-secreting cells by microRNAs.
Pascal Lovis;Sonia Gattesco;Romano Regazzi.
Biological Chemistry (2008)
SNAP-25 is expressed in islets of Langerhans and is involved in insulin release.
Karin Sadoul;Jochen Lang;C. Montecucco;U. Weller.
Journal of Cell Biology (1995)
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