Publicaciones

“Perinatal protein malnutrition alters expression of miRNA biogenesis genes Xpo5 and Ago2 in mice brain”

Bruno G. Berardino, Estefanía A. Fesser and Eduardo T. Cánepa
Neurosci Lett 647 (2017) 38-44. PubMed


“Oxidative stress-induced CREB upregulation promotes DNA damage repair prior to neuronal cell-death protection”

Nicolás Pregi, Laura M. Belluscio, Bruno G. Berardino, Daniela S. Castillo and Eduardo T. Cánepa
Mol Cell Biochem 425 (2017) 9-24. PubMed


“Altered gene expression in hippocampus and depressive-like behavior in young adult female mice by early protein malnutrition”

Laura M. Belluscio, Carolina D. Alberca, Nicolás Pregi and Eduardo T. Cánepa
Genes Brain and Behavior 15 (2016), 741-749. PubMed


“Nuclear translocation of p19INK4d in response to oxidative DNA damage promotes chromatin relaxation”

Silvina V. Sonzogni, María F. Ogara, Daniela S. Castillo, Pablo F. Sirkin, J. Pablo Radicella, Eduardo T. Cánepa.
Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry 398 (2015) (1-2):63-72. PubMed.


“E2F1 and E2F2 induction in response to DNA damage preserves genomic stability in neuronal cells”

Daniela S. Castillo, Anna Campalans, Laura M. Belluscio, Abel L. Carcagno, J. Pablo Radicella, Eduardo T. Cánepa, Nicolás Pregi
Cell Cycle 14 (2015), 1300-1314. PubMed.


“Early protein malnutrition negatively impacts physical growth and neurological reflexes and evokes anxiety and depressive-like behaviors”

Laura M. Belluscio, Bruno G. Berardino, Nadina M. Ferroni, Julieta M. Ceruti, Eduardo T. Cánepa.
Physiology & Behavior 129 (2014) 237–254. PubMed.


“CDK5-mediated phosphorylation of p19INK4d avoids DNA damage-induced neurodegeneration in mouse hippocampus and prevents loss of cognitive functions”

María F Ogara, Laura M Belluscio, Verónica de la Fuente, Bruno G Berardino, Silvina V Sonzogni, Laura Byk, Mariela C Marazita, Eduardo Tomás Cánepa.
BBA – Molecular Cell Research 1843(7) (2014) 1309-1324. PubMed


“p19INK4d is involved in the cellular senescence mechanism contributing to heterochromatin formation”

Silvina V. Sonzogni, María Florencia Ogara, Laura M. Belluscio, Daniela S. Castillo, María E. Scassa, Eduardo T. Cánepa.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1840(7) (2014) 2171-2183. PubMed


“Chromatin relaxation-mediated induction of p19INK4d increases the ability of cells to repair damaged DNA”

María F. Ogara, Pablo F. Sirkin, Abel L. Carcagno, Mariela C. Marazita, Silvina V. Sonzogni, Julieta M. Ceruti, and Eduardo T. Cánepa.
Plos One 8 (2013), e61143. PubMed


“Inhibitor of growth 1 (ING1) acts at early steps of multiple DNA repair pathways”

Julieta M. Ceruti, María F. Ogara, Camino Menéndez, Ignacio Palmero and Eduardo T. Cánepa.
Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry 378 (2013), 117-126. PubMed


“CDK2 and PKA mediated-sequential phosphorylation is critical for p19INKed function in the DNA damage response”

Mariela C. Marazita, María F. Ogara, Silvina V. Sonzogni, Marcelo Martí, Nelson J. Dusetti, Omar P. Pignataro and Eduardo T. Cánepa.
Plos One 7 (2012), e35638. PubMed


“E2F1 induces p19INK4d, a protein involved in the DNA damage response, following UV irradiation”

Abel L. Carcagno, Luciana E. Giono, Mariela C. Marazita, Daniela S. Castillo, Nicolás Pregi and Eduardo T. Cánepa.
Mol Cell Biochem 366 (2012), 123-129. PubMed


“E2F1-mediated upregulation of p19INK4d determines its periodic expression during cell cycle and regulates cellular proliferation”

Abel L. Carcagno, Mariela C. Marazita, María F. Ogara, Julieta M. Ceruti, Silvina V. Sonzogni, María E. Scassa, Luciana E. Giono and Eduardo T. Cánepa.
Plos One 6 (2011), e21938. PubMed


“E2F1 transcription is induced by genotoxic stress through ATM/ATR activation”

Abel L. Carcagno, María F. Ogara, Silvina V. Sonzogni, Mariela C. Marazita, Pablo F. Sirkin, Julieta M. Ceruti and Eduardo T. Cánepa.
IUBMB Life 61 (2009), 537-543. PubMed


“Transcriptional upregulation of p19INK4d upon diverse genotoxic stress is critical for optimal DNA damage response”

Julieta M. Ceruti, María E. Scassa, Mariela C. Marazita, Abel L. Carcagno, Pablo F. Sirkin and Eduardo T. Cánepa.
Int. J. Biochem. Cell Biol. 41 (2009), 1344-1353. PubMed


“INK4 proteins, a family of mammalian CDK inhibitors with novel biological functions”

Eduardo T. Cánepa, Marıa E. Scassa, Julieta M. Ceruti, Mariela M. Marazita, Abel L. Carcagno, Pablo F. Sirkin and Marıa F. Ogara.
IUBMB Life 59 (2007), 419-426. PubMed


“Cell cycle inhibitor, p19INK4d, promotes cell survival and decreases chromosomal aberrations after genotoxic insult due to enhanced DNA repair”

María E. Scassa, Mariela C. Marazita, Julieta M. Ceruti, Abel L. Carcagno, Pablo F. Sirkin, Marcela González-Cid, Omar P. Pignataro, and Eduardo T. Cánepa.
DNA Repair 6 (2007), 626-638. PubMed


“Induction of p19INK4d in response to ultraviolet light improves DNA repair and confers resistance to apoptosis in neuroblastoma cells”

Julieta M. Ceruti, María E. Scassa, Juan M. Fló, Cecilia L. Varone, and Eduardo T. Cánepa.
Oncogene 24 (2005), 4065-4080. PubMed