Alessio Giazzon

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UNLABELLED A growing body of evidence suggests that chromogranin A (CgA), a secretory protein released by many neuroendocrine cells and frequently used as a diagnostic and prognostic serum marker for a range of neuroendocrine tumors, is a precursor of several bioactive fragments. This work was undertaken to assess whether the N-terminal fragment CgA(1-76)(More)
Acute coronary syndromes (ACS) are characterized by multiple unstable coronary plaques and elevated circulating levels of inflammatory biomarkers. The endothelium of internal mammary arteries (IMA), which are atherosclerosis resistant, is exposed to proinflammatory stimuli as vessels that develop atherosclerosis. Our study investigated the IMA endothelial(More)
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