Arianna Baggiolini
Arianna Baggiolini
Assistant Professor, Institute of Oncology Research, BIOS+
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Premigratory and migratory neural crest cells are multipotent in vivo
A Baggiolini, S Varum, JM Mateos, D Bettosini, N John, M Bonalli, ...
Cell stem cell 16 (3), 314-322, 2015
HDAC1 and HDAC2 control the transcriptional program of myelination and the survival of Schwann cells
C Jacob, CN Christen, JA Pereira, C Somandin, A Baggiolini, P Lötscher, ...
Nature neuroscience 14 (4), 429-436, 2011
Ezh2 is required for neural crest-derived cartilage and bone formation
D Schwarz, S Varum, M Zemke, A Schöler, A Baggiolini, K Draganova, ...
Development 141 (4), 867-877, 2014
Mouse cutaneous melanoma induced by mutant BRaf arises from expansion and dedifferentiation of mature pigmented melanocytes
C Köhler, D Nittner, F Rambow, E Radaelli, F Stanchi, N Vandamme, ...
Cell stem cell 21 (5), 679-693. e6, 2017
Developmental chromatin programs determine oncogenic competence in melanoma
A Baggiolini, SJ Callahan, E Montal, JM Weiss, T Trieu, MM Tagore, ...
Science 373 (6559), eabc1048, 2021
HDAC1 and HDAC2 control the specification of neural crest cells into peripheral glia
C Jacob, P Lötscher, S Engler, A Baggiolini, SV Tavares, V Brügger, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (17), 6112-6122, 2014
Anatomic position determines oncogenic specificity in melanoma
JM Weiss, MV Hunter, NM Cruz, A Baggiolini, M Tagore, Y Ma, S Misale, ...
Nature 604 (7905), 354-361, 2022
Yin Yang 1 orchestrates a metabolic program required for both neural crest development and melanoma formation
S Varum, A Baggiolini, L Zurkirchen, ZK Atak, C Cantù, E Marzorati, ...
Cell stem cell 24 (4), 637-653. e9, 2019
An epigenetic barrier sets the timing of human neuronal maturation
G Ciceri, A Baggiolini, HS Cho, M Kshirsagar, S Benito-Kwiecinski, ...
Nature 626 (8000), 881-890, 2024
Combined small molecule treatment accelerates timing of maturation in human pluripotent stem cell-derived neurons
E Hergenreder, Y Zorina, Z Zhao, H Munguba, EL Calder, A Baggiolini, ...
BioRxiv, 2022.06. 02.494616, 2022
Epigenetic control of melanoma cell invasiveness by the stem cell factor SALL4
J Diener, A Baggiolini, M Pernebrink, D Dalcher, L Lerra, PF Cheng, ...
Nature Communications 12 (1), 5056, 2021
hPSC-derived sacral neural crest enables rescue in a severe model of Hirschsprung’s disease
Y Fan, J Hackland, A Baggiolini, LY Hung, H Zhao, P Zumbo, P Oberst, ...
Cell Stem Cell 30 (3), 264-282. e9, 2023
Lipid droplets are a metabolic vulnerability in melanoma
D Lumaquin-Yin, E Montal, E Johns, A Baggiolini, TH Huang, Y Ma, ...
Nature Communications 14 (1), 3192, 2023
Mature oligodendrocytes actively increase in vivo cytoskeletal plasticity following CNS damage
G Locatelli, A Baggiolini, B Schreiner, P Palle, A Waisman, B Becher, ...
Journal of neuroinflammation 12, 1-12, 2015
Combined small-molecule treatment accelerates maturation of human pluripotent stem cell-derived neurons
E Hergenreder, AP Minotti, Y Zorina, P Oberst, Z Zhao, H Munguba, ...
Nature Biotechnology, 1-11, 2024
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C Jacob, CN Christen, JA Pereira, C Somandin, A Baggiolini
O ̈ zçelik, M., Tricaud, N., Meijer, D., Yamaguchi, T. et al, 429-436, 2011
Synergistic pharmacological therapy to modulate glial cells in spinal cord injury
V Veneruso, E Petillo, F Pizzetti, A Orro, D Comolli, M De Paola, A Verrillo, ...
Advanced Materials 36 (3), 2307747, 2024
Generation of human cerebral organoids with a structured outer subventricular zone
RM Walsh, R Luongo, E Giacomelli, G Ciceri, C Rittenhouse, A Verrillo, ...
Cell Reports 43 (4), 2024
DNA damage-induced interaction between a lineage addiction oncogenic transcription factor and the MRN complex shapes a tissue-specific DNA Damage Response and cancer predisposition
R Binet, JP Lambert, M Tomkova, S Tischfield, A Baggiolini, S Picaud, ...
bioRxiv, 2023
Harmony in chaos: understanding cancer through the lenses of developmental biology
J Van Lent, A Baggiolini
Molecular Oncology, 2024
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