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Dr. Giuliano Mazzini


Selected References

  1. Prenna G, Mazzini G, Cova S (1974). Methodological and instrumentational aspects of cytofluorometry. Histochem. J. 6(3):259-78.
  2. Prenna G, Leiva S, Mazzini G (1974). Quantitation of DNA by cytofluorometry of the conventional feulgen reaction. Histochem. J. 6(5): 467-89.
  3. Mazzini G, Giordano P, Montecucco Cm, Riccardi A. (1980). A rapid cytofluorometric method for quantitative dna determination on fixed smears. Histochem. J. 12(2):153-68.
  4. Danova M, Riccardi A, Mazzini G (1990). Cell cycle-related proteins and flow cytometryHaematologica. 75(3): 252-64.
  5. Mazzini G, Alberici R, Melchioni C, Danova M. (1996).  Flow cytometry and staining kinetics to monitor the G0/G1  transition.  Methods In Cell Science. 18: 165-177.
  6. Mazzini G, Ferrari C, Erba E. (2003). Dual excitation multi-fluorescence flow cytometry for detailed  analyses of viability and apoptotic cell transition. Eur J Histochem. 47(4):289-298.
  7. Dionigi P, Ferrari A, Jemos V, Luinetti O, Vai L, Guizzetti M, Ferrari  C, Jemos K, Spada M, Mazzini G. (2004). Tumor cell proliferation In early gastric cancer: biological and  clinical behavior. Hepato-Gastroenterology. 51 (55): 264-268.
  8. Cova E,  Cereda C,  Galli A,  Curti D,  Finott Ci,  Di Poto C,  Corato M,  Mazzini G,  Ceroni M (2006). Modified expression of Bcl-2 and SOD1 proteins In lymphocytes from Sporadic ALS patients. Neuroscience Letters. 399(3): 186-190.
  9. Mazzini G. Ferrari C., Baraldo N., Mazzini M., Angelini M. Improvements in fluorescence microscopy allowed by high power light emittin diodes. Formatex 2004 (181-188)- Current Issues On Multidisciplinary Research And Education.
  10. Derenzini M., Montanaro L., Chilla' A., Tosti E., Vici M., Barbieri S., Govoni M., Mazzini G., Trere' D. (2005) Key Role Of The Achievement Of An Appropriate Ribosomal Rna  Complement For G1-S Phase Transition In H4-Ii-E-C3 Rat Hepatoma Cells. J. Cell Physiol. 202 (2) 483-491.


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