Pasquale Delli Bovi

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We recently reported the cloning of a rearranged human oncogene following transfection of DNA from Kaposi's sarcoma into NIH 3T3 cells. To identify the protein(s) encoded in two novel mRNAs of 3.5 and 1.2 kb expressed in NIH 3T3 transformants, we constructed a cDNA library. One of the cDNA clones isolated (KS3) corresponded to the 1.2 kb mRNA and(More)
The frequent occurrence of Kaposi's sarcoma (KS) in association with the acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) could be due to the fact that the etiological agent of this tumor is the same retrovirus causing AIDS, to another oncogenic virus frequently found in AIDS patients, or to the unmasking of the tumorigenic potential of KS cells by(More)
As a part of continuous research on the neurobiology of the cephalopods in general, and the neuroendocrine control of reproduction in Octopus vulgaris in particular, the presence, the molecular analysis and the effect of FMRFamide on the screening-pigment migration in the visual system have been analysed. FMRFamide immunoreactive fibres are present in the(More)
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