PROTASI, Feliciano
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 3.552
EU - Europa 2.834
AS - Asia 1.293
OC - Oceania 7
SA - Sud America 7
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 4
AF - Africa 1
Totale 7.698
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 3.521
CN - Cina 645
IE - Irlanda 594
UA - Ucraina 506
IT - Italia 406
TR - Turchia 403
SE - Svezia 379
GB - Regno Unito 305
FR - Francia 272
DE - Germania 207
IN - India 139
FI - Finlandia 96
VN - Vietnam 70
BE - Belgio 29
CA - Canada 29
IL - Israele 11
AU - Australia 6
BR - Brasile 6
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 6
AT - Austria 5
NL - Olanda 5
PK - Pakistan 5
ES - Italia 4
EU - Europa 4
JP - Giappone 4
PL - Polonia 4
HK - Hong Kong 3
KR - Corea 3
RU - Federazione Russa 3
IR - Iran 2
MD - Moldavia 2
NO - Norvegia 2
RO - Romania 2
RS - Serbia 2
SG - Singapore 2
SK - Slovacchia (Repubblica Slovacca) 2
AE - Emirati Arabi Uniti 1
AL - Albania 1
AZ - Azerbaigian 1
BG - Bulgaria 1
BT - Bhutan 1
CL - Cile 1
EG - Egitto 1
GR - Grecia 1
MX - Messico 1
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 1
OM - Oman 1
PA - Panama 1
TH - Thailandia 1
TW - Taiwan 1
Totale 7.698
Città #
Chandler 852
Jacksonville 605
Dublin 582
Princeton 244
Southend 244
Dearborn 238
Izmir 210
Nanjing 181
Ashburn 141
Beijing 137
Ann Arbor 117
Altamura 112
Wilmington 100
Cambridge 99
Boardman 97
Chieti 86
Nanchang 78
Dong Ket 70
Woodbridge 44
Shenyang 39
Houston 32
Kunming 29
Tianjin 29
Falls Church 28
Washington 27
Brussels 26
Hebei 25
Jiaxing 24
Los Angeles 19
Changsha 15
New York 15
San Mateo 15
Hangzhou 13
Helsinki 13
Montreal 13
Norwalk 13
Padova 13
Redwood City 12
Seattle 12
Teramo 12
Kocaeli 11
Milan 11
Rome 11
Toronto 11
Changchun 10
Lanzhou 10
Pescara 9
Auburn Hills 8
Augusta 8
Campobasso 7
Jinan 7
Ningbo 7
Edinburgh 6
Hefei 6
Leawood 6
London 6
Philadelphia 6
Shanghai 6
Simi Valley 6
Avezzano 5
Hanover 5
Montesilvano 5
Tappahannock 5
Frankfurt am Main 4
Jundiaí 4
Kristianstad 4
Orange 4
Pune 4
Rochester 4
Agnone 3
Andover 3
Beauvais 3
Collecorvino 3
Fairfield 3
Florence 3
Fuzhou 3
Glen Ellyn 3
Grafing 3
Grevenbroich 3
Messina 3
Monmouth Junction 3
Olomouc 3
Orlando 3
Saint-Martin-d'Hères 3
Silvi 3
Taizhou 3
Tokyo 3
Vienna 3
Warsaw 3
Zhengzhou 3
Aprilia 2
Belgrade 2
Bratislava 2
Chicago 2
Chisinau 2
Guangzhou 2
Hong Kong 2
King Of Prussia 2
Laurel 2
Livorno 2
Totale 4.940
Nome #
Exercise-dependent formation of new junctions that promote STIM1-Orai1 assembly in skeletal muscle 107
Skeletal Muscle Is a Primary Target of SOD1G93A-Mediated Toxicity 103
Effects of low frequency electromagnetic fields (50HZ-1mT) on proliferation and differentiation of PC12 cells. 102
Multiple Regions of RyR1 Mediate Functional and Structural Interactions with α1S-Dihydropyridine Receptors in Skeletal Muscle 101
Age-dependent imbalance of the antioxidative system in human satellite cells. 99
Strenuous exercise triggers a life-threatening response in mice susceptible to malignant hyperthermia 98
The mitochondrial calcium uniporter controls skeletal muscle trophism in vivo 97
AML cells carrying NPM1 mutation are resistant to nucleophosmin displacement from nucleoli caused by the G-quadruplex ligand TmPyP4 95
Aerobic Training Prevents Heatstrokes in Calsequestrin-1 Knockout Mice by Reducing Oxidative Stress 95
Mechanical parameters of the molecular motor myosin II determined in permeabilised fibres from slow and fast skeletal muscles of the rabbit 94
Unexpected structural and functional consequences of the R33Q homozygous mutation in cardiac calsequestrin. A complex arrhythmogenic cascade in a knock-in mouse model. 93
Allele-Specific Silencing of Mutant mRNA Rescues Ultrastructural and Arrhythmic Phenotype in Mice Carriers of the R4496C Mutation in the Ryanodine Receptor Gene ( RYR2) 91
Effects of chronic electrical stimulation on long-term denervated muscles of the rabbit hind limb 91
Addendum: Exercise-dependent formation of new junctions that promote STIM1-Orai1 assembly in skeletal muscle 91
Muscle Expression of SOD1 G93A Triggers the Dismantlement of Neuromuscular Junction via PKC-Theta 91
The contribution of reactive oxygen species to sarcopenia and muscle ageing 90
Role of Mitofusin-2 in mitochondrial localization and calcium uptake in skeletal muscle 90
Antioxidants protect calsequestrin-1 knockout mice from halothane- and heat-induced sudden death 90
A 3D diffusional-compartmental model of the calcium dynamics in cytosol, sarcoplasmic reticulum and mitochondria of murine skeletal muscle fibers 90
Enhanced dihydropyridine receptor calcium channel activity restores muscle strength in JP45/CASQ1 double knockout mice. 89
Antioxidant Treatment Reduces Formation of Structural Cores and Improves Muscle Function in RYR1 Y522S/WT Mice 88
Physical exercise in aging human skeletal muscle increases mitochondrial calcium uniporter expression levels and affects mitochondria dynamics 88
Sequential stages in the gradual formation and accumulation of tubular aggregates in aging fast twitch muscle: SERCA and Calsequestrin involvement. 88
Shapes, sizes and distributions of Ca2+ release units and couplons in a variety of skeletal and cardiac muscles. 87
Single Delivery of an Adeno-Associated Viral Construct to Transfer the CASQ2 Gene to Knock-In Mice Affected by Catecholaminergic Polymorphic Ventricular Tachycardia Is Able to Cure the Disease From Birth to Advanced Age 87
Progressive disorganization of the excitation-contraction coupling apparatus in ageing human skeletal muscle as revealed by electron microscopy: A possible role in the decline of muscle performance 85
Differential effect of calsequestrin ablation on structure and function of fast and slow twitch skeletal fibers. 83
All three ryanodine receptor isoforms generate rapid cooling responses in muscle cells. 82
The relative position of RyR feet and DHPR tetrads in skeletal muscle. 82
Deletion of small ankyrin 1 (sAnk1) isoforms results in structural and functional alterations in aging skeletal muscles fibers. 82
Age-dependent uncoupling of mitochondria from Ca2+ release units in skeletal muscle 82
Formation and maturation of calcium release apparatus in developing and adult avian myocardium. 81
Calsequestrin (CASQ1) rescues function and structure of calcium release units in skeletal muscles of CASQ1-null mice. 81
Lessons from calsequestrin-1 ablation in vivo: much more than a Ca2+ buffer after all. 81
PERK inhibition attenuates the abnormalities of the secretory pathway and the increased apoptotic rate induced by SIL1 knockdown in HeLa cells 81
Potential Antibacterial Activity of Carvacrol-Loaded PLGA Nanoparticles against Microbial Biofilm 81
A sub-population of rat muscle fibers maintains an assessable excitation-contraction coupling mechanism after long-standing denervation, despite lost contractility 80
Molecular architecture of membranes involved in excitation-contraction coupling of cardiac muscle. 79
Viral gene transfer rescues arrhythmogenic phenotype and ultrastructural abnormalities in adult calsequestrin-null mice with inherited arrhythmias. 79
The oxidative–dependent involvement of human satellite cells in muscle ageing 78
Estrogens Protect Calsequestrin-1 Knockout Mice from Lethal Hyperthermic Episodes by Reducing Oxidative Stress in Muscle 78
Reorganized stores and impaired calcium handling in skeletal muscle of mice lacking calsequestrin-1. 77
Mitochondrial superoxide flashes: metabolic biomarkers of skeletal muscle activity and disease 77
Muscle activity prevents the uncoupling of mitochondria from Ca2+ Release Units induced by ageing and disuse 77
Ca2+ influx through alpha1S DHPR may play a role in regulating Ca2+ release from RyR1 in skeletal muscle. 76
Lifelong Physical Exercise Delays Age-Associated Skeletal Muscle Decline. 76
Relationship between an endogenous calcium binding protein (S-100ab) and Ca2+ transport in frog skeletal muscle. 75
Stable muscle atrophy in long-term paraplegics with complete upper motor neuron lesion from 3- to 20-year SCI 75
Exercise-induced alterations and loss of sarcomeric M-line organization in the diaphragm muscle of obscurin knockout mice 75
Atrophy, but not necrosis, in rabbit skeletal muscle denervated for periods up to one year. 74
Oxidative stress, mitochondrial damage, and cores in muscle from calsequestrin-1 knockout mice 74
RYR1 and RYR3 Have Different Roles in the Assembly of Calcium Release Units of Skeletal Muscle 73
Membrane glucocorticoid receptors are localised in the extracellular matrix and signal through the MAPK pathway in mammalian skeletal muscle fibres 73
Persistent Muscle Fiber Regeneration in Long Term Denervation. Past, Present, Future 73
Role of ryanodine receptors in the assembly of calcium release units in skeletal muscle. 72
Conformational coupling of DHPR and RyR1 in skeletal myotubes is influenced by long-range allosterism: evidence for a negative regulatory module. 72
The assembly of calcium release units in cardiac muscle. 72
Anesthetic- and heat-induced sudden death in calsequestrin-1 knockout mice. 72
Morphology and molecular composition of sarcoplasmic reticulum surface junctions in the absence of DHPR and RyR in mouse skeletal muscle. 71
Calsequestrin-1: a new candidate gene for malignant hyperthermia (MH) and environmental heat stroke (EHS) 71
Increased Ca2+ storage capacity of the skeletal muscle sarcoplasmic reticulum of transgenic mice over-expressing membrane bound calcium binding protein Junctate. 71
Home-based functional electrical stimulation rescues permanently denervated muscles in paraplegic patients with complete lower motor neuron lesion. 71
Type 1 and type 3 ryanodine receptors generate different Ca2+ release event activity in both intact and permeablized myotubes. 70
A CASQ1 founder mutation in three Italian families with protein aggregate myopathy and hyperCKaemia 70
Paradoxical buffering of calcium by calsequestrin demonstrated for the calcium store of skeletal muscle. 69
Electrical stimulation of denervated muscles: first results of a clinical study. 66
Differential impact of mitochondrial positioning on mitochondrial Ca2+ uptake and Ca2+ spark suppression in skeletal muscle. 66
Abnormal Propagation of Calcium Waves and Ultrastructural Remodeling in Recessive Catecholaminergic Polymorphic Ventricular Tachycardia. 66
Transverse tubule remodeling enhances orai1-dependent Ca2+ entry in skeletal muscle 65
The ryanodine receptor of striated muscle: a complex channel capable of multiple interactions. 64
Contractile impairment and structural alterations of skeletal muscles from knockout mice lacking type 1 and type 3 ryanodine receptors. 64
Atrophy-resistant fibers in permanent peripheral denervation of human skeletal muscle. 64
Distinct regions of triadin are required for targeting and retention at the junctional domain of the sarcoplasmic reticulum 64
Mitochondria are linked to calcium stores in striated muscle by developmentally regulated tethering structures 63
A mutation in the CASQ1 gene causes a vacuolar myopathy with accumulation of sarcoplasmic reticulum protein aggregates. 63
Pre-assembled Ca2+ entry units and constitutively active Ca2+ entry in skeletal muscle of calsequestrin-1 knockout mice 63
Accelerated Activation of SOCE Current in Myotubes from Two Mouse Models of Anesthetic- and Heat-Induced Sudden Death 63
Structural interaction between RyRs and DHPRs in calcium release units of cardiac and skeletal muscle cells. 62
Fatigue modulates dopamine availability and promotes flexible choice reversals during decision making 62
New method for determining total calcium content in tissue applied to skeletal muscle with and without calsequestrin 62
Long-term denervation in humans causes degeneration of both contractile and excitation-contraction coupling apparatus, which is reversible by functional electrical stimulation (FES): a role for myofiber regeneration? 61
Characterization and temporal development of cores in a mouse model of malignant hyperthermia. 61
Resolvin D1 improves airway inflammation and exercise capacity in cystic fibrosis lung disease. 60
RyR1 S-Nitrosylation Underlies Environmental Heat Stroke and Sudden Death in Y522S RyR1 Knockin Mice 60
Massive alterations of sarcoplasmic reticulum free calcium in skeletal muscle fibers lacking calsequestrin revealed by a genetically encoded probe. 60
Comparative ultrastructure of calcium release units in skeletal and cardiac muscle. 59
Structural differentiation of skeletal muscle fibers in absence of innervation in humans. 59
Mitochondrial ca(2+)-handling in fast skeletal muscle fibers from wild type and calsequestrin-null mice. 59
Role of the JP45-calsequestrin complex on calcium entry in slow twitch skeletal muscles 59
Calcium entry units (CEUs): perspectives in skeletal muscle function and disease 59
Expression of ryanodine receptor 3 produces Ca2+ sparks in dyspedic myotubes. 58
DRP1-mediated mitochondrial shape controls calcium homeostasis and muscle mass 57
Mice expressing T4826I-RYR1 are viable but exhibit sex- andgenotype-dependent susceptibility to malignant hyperthermia and muscle damage. 56
Long-term high-level exercise promotes muscle reinnervation with age 56
Independent assembly of 1.6 mm long bipolar MHC filaments and I-Z-I bodies. 55
Electrical stimulation counteracts muscle decline in seniors 55
Lipin1 deficiency causes sarcoplasmic reticulum stress and chaperone-responsive myopathy 55
Functional non-equality of the cardiac and skeletal ryanodine receptors. 54
Coordinated incorporation of skeletal muscle dihydropyridine receptors and ryanodine receptors in peripheral couplings of BC3H1 cells. 54
Characterization of specific GTP binding sites in C2C12 mouse skeletal muscle cells. 53
Totale 7.493
Categoria #
all - tutte 29.924
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 29.924


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019265 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 265
2019/20201.700 456 98 9 55 143 142 228 144 60 204 142 19
2020/20211.010 121 6 148 77 112 135 15 58 84 118 33 103
2021/2022691 12 19 13 135 36 28 18 52 53 26 80 219
2022/20232.221 175 304 95 277 244 395 121 172 284 21 74 59
2023/2024851 68 43 58 34 50 250 220 43 15 38 22 10
Totale 8.427