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  • Sphingolipid metabolic flow controls phosphoinositide turnover at the trans Golgi network 

    Capasso, Serena; Sticco, Lucia; Rizzo, Riccardo; Pirozzi, Marinella; Russo, Domenico; Dathan, Nina A.; Campelo, Felix; Galen, Josse van; Hölttä-Vuori, Maarit; Turacchio, Gabriele; Hausser, Angelika; Malhotra, Vivek; Riezman, Isabelle; Riezman, Howard; Ikonen, Elina; Luberto, Chiara; Parashuraman, Seetharaman; Luini, Alberto; Angelo, Giovanni D (Embo press, 2017-04-10)
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    Sphingolipids are membrane lipids, which are globally required for eukaryotic life. Sphingolipid composition varies among endomembranes with pre- and post-Golgi compartments being poor and rich in sphingolipids, respectively. ...
  • Sphingomyelin metabolism controls the shape and function of the Golgi cisternae 

    Campelo, Felix; Galen, Josse van; Turacchio, Gabriele; Parashuraman, Seetharaman; Kozlov, Michael M.; Garcia-Parajo, Maria F.; Malhotra, Vivek (eLife Sciences Publications, 2017-05-13)
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    The flat Golgi cisterna is a highly conserved feature of eukaryotic cells, but how is this morphology achieved and is it related to its function in cargo sorting and export? A physical model of cisterna morphology led us ...
  • In-plane plasmonic antenna arrays with surface nanogaps for giant fluorescence enhancement 

    Flauraud, Valentin; Regmi, Raju; Winkler, Pamina Martina; Alexander, Duncan T. L.; Rigneault, Herve; Hulst, Niek F. van; Garcia-Parajo, Maria F.; Wenger, Jerome; Brugger, Juergen (ACS, 2017-02-10)
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    Optical nanoantennas have a great potential for enhancing light-matter interactions at the nanometer scale, yet fabrication accuracy and lack of scalability currently limit ultimate antenna performance and applications. ...
  • Roadmap on biosensing and photonics with advanced nano-optical methods 

    Fabrizio, Enzo Di; Schlücker, Sebastian; Wenger, Jérôme; Regmi, Raju; Rigneault, Hervé; Calafiore, Giuseppe; West, Melanie; Cabrini, Stefano; Fleischer, Monika; Hulst, Niek F van; Garcia-Parajo, Maria F; Pucci, Annemarie; Cojoc, Dan; Hauser, Charlotte A E; Ni, Ming (IOP, 2016-05-10)
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    This roadmap, through the contributions of ten groups worldwide, contains different techniques, methods and materials devoted to sensing in nanomedicine. Optics is used in different ways in the detection schemes. Raman, ...
  • Weak Ergodicity Breaking of Receptor Motion in Living Cells Stemming from Random Diffusivity 

    Manzo, Carlo; Torreno-Pina, Juan A.; Massignan, Pietro; Lapeyre, Gerald J.; Lewenstein, Maciej; Garcia Parajo, María F. (APS Physics, 2015-02-25)
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    Molecular transport in living systems regulates numerous processes underlying biological function. Although many cellular components exhibit anomalous diffusion, only recently has the subdiffusive motion been associated ...
  • Nanoclustering as a dominant feature of plasma membrane organization 

    García-Parajo, María F.; Cambi, Alessandra; Torreño-Piña, Juan A.; Thomoson, Nancy; Jacobson, Ken (The Company of Biologists, 2014-12-01)
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    Early studies have revealed that some mammalian plasma membrane proteins exist in small nanoclusters. The advent of super-resolution microscopy has corroborated and extended this picture, and led to the suggestion that ...
  • Priming by Chemokines Restricts Lateral Mobility of the Adhesion Receptor LFA-1 and Restores Adhesion to ICAM-1 Nano-Aggregates on Human Mature Dendritic Cells 

    Borgman, Kyra J.; Zanten, Thomas S. van; Manzo, Carlo; Cabezón, Raquel; Cambi, Alessandra; Benítez-Ribas, Daniel; Garcia-Parajo, Maria F. (PLOS, 2014-06-19)
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    LFA-1 is a leukocyte specific β2 integrin that plays a major role in regulating adhesion and migration of different immune cells. Recent data suggest that LFA-1 on mature dendritic cells (mDCs) may function as a ...

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