Valeria G. Antico Arciuch

  1. Altered Signaling Pathways in Prostate Cancer Drive Metabolic Fate. Antico VG, Gueron G, Cotignola J, Vázquez E. International Journal of Scientific Research. September, 2017. In press.
  2. Role of RSUME in inflammation and cancer. FEBS Letters. 589(22):3330-5, 2015. Antico Arciuch VG, Tedesco L, Fuertes M, Arzt E.
  3. Inhibition of AMPK and Krebs cycle gene expression drives metabolic remodeling of Pten- Deficient preneoplastic thyroid cells. Cancer Res. 73(17):5459-72, Antico Arciuch VG, Russo MA, Kang KS, Di Cristofano A.
  4. Mitochondrial regulation of cell cycle and proliferation. Antioxidant and Redox Signaling 16(10):1150-80, 2012. Antico Arciuch VG, Elguero ME, Poderoso JJ, Carreras MC.
  5. Diastolic function during hemorrhagic shock in rabbits. Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry 359(1-2):169-76, D’Anuzzio V, Donato M, Fellet A, Buchholz B, Antico Arciuch VG, Carreras MC, Valdez L, Zaobornyj T, Morales C, Boveris A, Poderoso JJ, Balaszcuk AM, Gelpi RJ.
  6. Mouse models of follicular and papillary thyroid cancer progression. Frontiers in Thyroid Endocrinology 2:119, 2011. Russo M, Antico Arciuch VG, Di Cristofano A.
  7. Thyrocyte-specific inactivation of p53 and Pten results in anaplastic thyroid carcinomas faithfully recapitulating human tumors. Oncotarget 2(12):1109-26, 2011. Antico Arciuch VG, Russo M, Dima M, Kang KS, Dasrath F, Liao XH, Refetoff S, Montagna C, Di Cristofano A.
  8. Establishment and characterization of cell lines from a novel mouse model of poorly differentiated thyroid carcinoma: powerful tools for basic and preclinical research. Thyroid 21:1-7, 2011. Dima M, Miller KA, Antico Arciuch VG, Di Cristofano A.
  9. New algorithm to determine true colocalization in combination with image restoration and time-lapse confocal microscopy to map kinases in mitochondria. PLoS One 6(4):e19031, 2011. Villalta JI, Galli S, Iacaruso MF, Antico Arciuch VG, Poderoso JJ, Jares-Erijman EA, Pietrasanta LI.
  10. Cross-talk between PI3K and estrogen in the mouse thyroid predisposes to the development of follicular carcinomas with a higher incidence in females. Oncogene, 29:5678-5686, 2010. Antico Arciuch VG, Dima M, Liao XL, Refetoff S, Di Cristofano A.
  11. Akt1 intramitochondrial cycling is a crucial step in the redox modulation of cell cycle progression. PLoS One. 4 Issue 10 e7523, 2009. Antico Arciuch VG, Galli S, Franco MC, Lam PY, Cadenas E, Carreras MC, Poderoso JJ.
  12. Mitochondrial kinases in cell signaling: facts and perspectives. Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews. 61:1234-1249, 2009. Antico Arciuch VG, Alippe Y, Carreras MC, Poderoso JJ.
  13. Mitochondrial nitric oxide synthase: a master piece of metabolic adaption, cell growth, transformation and death. Experimental Biology and Medicine. 234(9):1020-1028, 2009. Finocchietto PV, Franco MC, Holod S, Gonzalez AS, Converso DP, Antico Arciuch VG, Serra MP, Poderoso JJ, Carreras MC.
  14. Tumor cell phenotype is sustained by selective MAPK oxidation in mitochondria. PLoS One. 3 Issue 6 e2379, 2008. Galli S, Antico Arciuch VG, Poderoso C, Converso DP, Zhou Q, Bal de Kier Joffe E, Cadenas E, Bockzkowski J, Carreras MC, Poderoso JJ.
  15. Keratinocyte growth factor protects against elastase-induced pulmonary emphysema in mice. American Journal of Physiology: Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology. 293(5):L1230-9, 2007. Plantier L, Marchand-Adam S, Antico Arciuch VG, Decoster C, Marchall J, Bachoual R, Mailleux A, Boczkowski J, Crestani B.
  16. The biological significance of mtNOS modulation. Frontiers in bioscience 12:1041-1048, 2007. Carreras MC, Franco MC, Finocchietto PV, Converso DP, Antico Arciuch VG, Holod S,  Peralta JG, Poderoso JJ.
  17. Hypothyroid phenotype is contributed by mitochondrial complex I inactivation due to translocated neuronal nitric oxide synthase. Journal of Biological Chemistry 281(8):4779-4786, 2006. Franco MC, Antico Arciuch VG, Peralta JG, Galli S, Levisman D, Lopez LM, Romorini L, Poderoso JJ, Carreras MC.
  18. Mitochondrial nitric oxide synthase drives redox signals for proliferation and quiescence in rat liver development. Hepatology 40 (1):156-166, 2004. Carreras MC, Galli S, Lorenti A, Barbich M, Antico Arciuch VG, Franco MC, Converso D,  Poderoso JJ.

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