Chiara Lara Castellazzi

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CPEB (Cytoplasmic Polyadenylation Element Binding) proteins are a family of four RNA-binding proteins that regulate the translation of maternal mRNAs controlling meiotic cell cycle progression. But CPEBs are not limited to the transcriptionally silent germline; they are also expressed, in various combinations, in somatic cells, yet their role in regulation(More)
Physical stress induces changes in immune system parameters; these changes depend on effort schedule and are influenced by customary training. The mechanisms whereby they take place are not fully elucidated: sympathetic activation-mediated mobilization of cells of lymphoid organs, including the spleen, has been suggested. We studied exercise-induced changes(More)
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