Isabella  Zampeta


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Isabella Zampeta (F.I.)


1. From first report to clinical trials: a bibliometric overview and visualization of the development of Angelman syndrome research.

2. Mono-ubiquitination of Rabphilin 3A by UBE3A serves a non-degradative function.

3. Secreted retrovirus-like GAG-domain-containing protein PEG10 is regulated by UBE3A and is involved in Angelman syndrome pathophysiology.

Pandya NJ, Wang C, Costa V, Lopatta P, Meier S, Zampeta FI, Punt AM, Mientjes E, Grossen P, Distler T, Tzouros M, Martí Y, Banfai B, Patsch C, Rasmussen S, Hoener M, Berrera M, Kremer T, Dunkley T, Ebeling M, Distel B, Elgersma Y, Jagasia R
in Cell reports. Medicine 2021

4. Conserved UBE3A subcellular distribution between human and mice is facilitated by non-homologous isoforms.

5. Loss of nuclear UBE3A causes electrophysiological and behavioral deficits in mice and is associated with Angelman syndrome.

Avagliano Trezza R, Sonzogni M, Bossuyt SNV, Zampeta FI, Punt AM, van den Berg M, Rotaru DC, Koene LMC, Munshi ST, Stedehouder J, Kros JM, Williams M, Heussler H, de Vrij FMS, Mientjes EJ, van Woerden GM, Kushner SA, Distel B, Elgersma Y
in Nature neuroscience 2019
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