Annalisa Pinsino
Annalisa Pinsino
Researcher, Istituto per la Ricerca e l’Innovazione Biomedica (IRIB), Consiglio Nazionale delle
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Common strategies and technologies for the ecosafety assessment and design of nanomaterials entering the marine environment
I Corsi, GN Cherr, HS Lenihan, J Labille, M Hassellov, L Canesi, ...
ACS nano 8 (10), 9694-9709, 2014
1192014
Toxicity of metal oxide nanoparticles in immune cells of the sea urchin
C Falugi, MG Aluigi, MC Chiantore, D Privitera, P Ramoino, MA Gatti, ...
Marine environmental research 76, 114-121, 2012
1062012
Coelomocytes and post-traumatic response in the common sea star Asterias rubens
A Pinsino, MC Thorndyke, V Matranga
Cell stress & chaperones 12 (4), 331, 2007
912007
Impacts of UV-B radiation on short-term cultures of sea urchin coelomocytes
V Matranga, A Pinsino, M Celi, G Di Bella, A Natoli
Marine Biology 149 (1), 25-34, 2006
752006
Sea urchin coelomocytes as a novel cellular biosensor of environmental stress: a field study in the Tremiti Island Marine Protected Area, Southern Adriatic Sea, Italy
A Pinsino, C Della Torre, V Sammarini, R Bonaventura, E Amato, ...
Cell biology and toxicology 24 (6), 541-552, 2008
722008
Monitoring chemical and physical stress using sea urchin immune cells
V Matranga, A Pinsino, M Celi, A Natoli, R Bonaventura, HC Schr÷der, ...
Echinodermata, 85-110, 2005
712005
Sea urchin immune cells as sentinels of environmental stress
A Pinsino, V Matranga
Developmental & Comparative Immunology 49 (1), 198-205, 2015
692015
Sea urchin embryos as an in vivo model for the assessment of manganese toxicity: developmental and stress response effects
A Pinsino, V Matranga, F Trinchella, MC Roccheri
Ecotoxicology 19 (3), 555-562, 2010
682010
Titanium dioxide nanoparticles stimulate sea urchin immune cell phagocytic activity involving TLR/p38 MAPK-mediated signalling pathway
A Pinsino, R Russo, R Bonaventura, A Brunelli, A Marcomini, V Matranga
Scientific reports 5, 14492, 2015
622015
Nickel, lead, and cadmium induce differential cellular responses in sea urchin embryos by activating the synthesis of different HSP70s
F Geraci, A Pinsino, G Turturici, R Savona, G Giudice, G Sconzo
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 322 (3), 873-877, 2004
572004
Manganese interferes with calcium, perturbs ERK signaling, and produces embryos with no skeleton
A Pinsino, MC Roccheri, C Costa, V Matranga
Toxicological Sciences 123 (1), 217-230, 2011
502011
Amino-modified polystyrene nanoparticles affect signalling pathways of the sea urchin (Paracentrotus lividus) embryos
A Pinsino, E Bergami, C Della Torre, ML Vannuccini, P Addis, M Secci, ...
Nanotoxicology 11 (2), 201-209, 2017
402017
Manganese effects on haematopoietic cells and circulating coelomocytes of Asterias rubens (Linnaeus)
C Oweson, H Sk÷ld, A Pinsino, V Matranga, B Hernroth
Aquatic Toxicology 89 (2), 75-81, 2008
362008
Manganese: a new emerging contaminant in the environment
A Pinsino, V Matranga, MC Roccheri
Environmental contamination, 17-36, 2012
332012
Echinodermata: the complex immune system in echinoderms
LC Smith, V Arizza, MAB Hudgell, G Barone, AG Bodnar, KM Buckley, ...
Advances in comparative immunology, 409-501, 2018
292018
Development of a new integrative toxicity index based on an improvement of the sea urchin embryo toxicity test
L Morroni, A Pinsino, D Pellegrini, F Regoli, V Matranga
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety 123, 2-7, 2016
262016
Long-term environmental exposure to metals (Cu, Cd, Pb, Zn) activates the immune cell stress response in the common European sea star (Asterias rubens)
V Matranga, A Pinsino, D Randazzo, A Giallongo, P Dubois
Marine environmental research 76, 122-127, 2012
262012
Echinoderms as blueprints for biocalcification: regulation of skeletogenic genes and matrices
V Matranga, R Bonaventura, C Costa, K Karakostis, A Pinsino, R Russo, ...
Molecular Biomineralization, 225-248, 2011
252011
Manganese overload affects p38 MAPK phosphorylation and metalloproteinase activity during sea urchin embryonic development
A Pinsino, MC Roccheri, V Matranga
Marine environmental research 93, 64-69, 2014
222014
Living in future ocean acidification, physiological adaptive responses of the immune system of sea urchins resident at a CO2 vent system
O Migliaccio, A Pinsino, E Maffioli, AM Smith, C Agnisola, V Matranga, ...
Science of The Total Environment 672, 938-950, 2019
162019
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