Sonia Levi spends much of her time researching Ferritin, MITOCHONDRIAL FERRITIN, Ceruloplasmin, Biochemistry and Mitochondrion. Her specific area of interest is Ferritin, where she studies Ferroxidase activity. Her MITOCHONDRIAL FERRITIN research incorporates themes from Molecular biology and Pathology.
Her Ceruloplasmin research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Protein structure, Amino acid, Structure–activity relationship and Mineralization. Her study looks at the relationship between Biochemistry and topics such as Function, which overlap with Organelle, Iron–sulfur cluster, Cofactor and Enzyme. Her study in Mitochondrion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Oxidative stress and Reactive oxygen species.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Ferritin, Biochemistry, Molecular biology, MITOCHONDRIAL FERRITIN and Recombinant DNA. The study incorporates disciplines such as Mutation, Protein subunit and Ceruloplasmin in addition to Ferritin. In her research, Neurodegeneration, PANK2 and Cell is intimately related to Cell biology, which falls under the overarching field of Biochemistry.
Her research in Molecular biology tackles topics such as Messenger RNA which are related to areas like RNA. As part of one scientific family, Sonia Levi deals mainly with the area of MITOCHONDRIAL FERRITIN, narrowing it down to issues related to the Mitochondrion, and often Cytosol and Sideroblastic anemia. Her research in Recombinant DNA intersects with topics in Cell culture, Binding site and Escherichia coli.
Sonia Levi mainly focuses on Ferritin, Neurodegeneration, Cell biology, Biochemistry and Neuroscience. Her Ferritin study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Oxidative stress, Endocrinology, Protein subunit and Molecular biology. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Protein structure, Cofactor, Recombinant DNA and Ceruloplasmin.
Her Molecular biology research incorporates elements of MITOCHONDRIAL FERRITIN and Pathology. Her work on Reactive oxygen species as part of general Cell biology study is frequently linked to Induced pluripotent stem cell, bridging the gap between disciplines. She is interested in Heme, which is a field of Biochemistry.
Sonia Levi mostly deals with Ferritin, Neurodegeneration, Biochemistry, PANK2 and Molecular biology. Ferritin is a subfield of Internal medicine that Sonia Levi studies. Her research integrates issues of Genetics and Gene in her study of Neurodegeneration.
Her Oxidative stress and Reactive oxygen species study are her primary interests in Biochemistry. Her PANK2 research integrates issues from Pathological and Cell biology. Her Molecular biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in MITOCHONDRIAL FERRITIN, Glutathione, Antioxidant and Intracellular.
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Solving the structure of human H ferritin by genetically engineering intermolecular crystal contacts.
D. M. Lawson;P. J. Artymiuk;S. J. Yewdall;J. M. A. Smith.
Ferritin, iron homeostasis, and oxidative damage.
Paolo Arosio;Sonia Levi.
Free Radical Biology and Medicine (2002)
Mechanism of ferritin iron uptake: activity of the H-chain and deletion mapping of the ferro-oxidase site. A study of iron uptake and ferro-oxidase activity of human liver, recombinant H-chain ferritins, and of two H-chain deletion mutants.
S Levi;A Luzzago;G Cesareni;A Cozzi.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1988)
Structure, function, and evolution of ferritins
S. C. Andrews;Paolo Arosio;W. Bottke;J. F. Briat.
Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry (1992)
A human mitochondrial ferritin encoded by an intronless gene.
Sonia Levi;Barbara Corsi;Marta Bosisio;Rosangela Invernizzi.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2001)
Identification of the ferroxidase centre in ferritin
David M. Lawson;Amyra Treffry;Peter J. Artymiuk;Pauline M. Harrison.
FEBS Letters (1989)
The human counterpart of zebrafish shiraz shows sideroblastic-like microcytic anemia and iron overload.
Clara Camaschella;Alessandro Campanella;Luigia De Falco;Loredana Boschetto.
Evidence of H- and L-chains have co-operative roles in the iron-uptake mechanism of human ferritin.
S Levi;S J Yewdall;P M Harrison;P Santambrogio.
Biochemical Journal (1992)
Early embryonic lethality of H ferritin gene deletion in mice.
Chrystophe Ferreira;Danièle Bucchini;Marie Elise Martin;Sonia Levi.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2000)
Overexpression of wild type and mutated human ferritin H-chain in HeLa cells: in vivo role of ferritin ferroxidase activity.
Anna Cozzi;Barbara Corsi;Sonia Levi;Paolo Santambrogio.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2000)
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