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Lorenzo Cangiano

University of Pisa, Italy, Pisa, Toscana, Italy 
Retina, Locomotion
"Lorenzo Cangiano"
Mean distance: 15.35 (cluster 17)
Cross-listing: Biomechanics Tree - BME Tree

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Asteriti S, Cangiano L. (2020) Versatile bipolar temperature controller for custom applications. Hardwarex. 8: e00155
Asteriti S, Ricci V, Cangiano L. (2019) Two simple criteria to estimate an objective's performance when imaging in non design tissue clearing solutions. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 332: 108564
Federighi G, Asteriti S, Cangiano L. (2019) Lumbar spinal cord neurons putatively involved in ejaculation are sexually dimorphic in early postnatal mice. The Journal of Comparative Neurology
Cangiano L, Grillner S. (2018) Commentary: Elimination of Left-Right Reciprocal Coupling in the Adult Lamprey Spinal Cord Abolishes the Generation of Locomotor Activity. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. 12: 34
Barbato S, Marrocco E, Intartaglia D, et al. (2017) MiR-211 is essential for adult cone photoreceptor maintenance and visual function. Scientific Reports. 7: 17004
Asteriti S, Gargini C, Cangiano L. (2017) Connexin 36 expression is required for electrical coupling between mouse rods and cones. Visual Neuroscience. 34: E006
Schön C, Asteriti S, Koch S, et al. (2016) Loss of HCN1 enhances disease progression in mouse models of CNG channel-linked retinitis pigmentosa and achromatopsia. Human Molecular Genetics
Asteriti S, Cangiano L. (2015) Slow light response kinetics in rods points towards a perturbation of the normal cellular milieu. The Journal of Physiology. 593: 2975-6
Asteriti S, Grillner S, Cangiano L. (2015) A Cambrian origin for vertebrate rods. Elife. 4
Asteriti S, Dal Cortivo G, Pontelli V, et al. (2015) Effective delivery of recombinant proteins to rod photoreceptors via lipid nanovesicles Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 461: 665-670
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