Thomas Bonacci

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Response of immune and non-immune cells to pathogens infections is a very dynamic process. It involves the activation/modulation of many pathways leading to actin remodeling, membrane engulfing, phagocytosis, vesicle trafficking, phagolysosome formation, aiming at the destruction of the intruder. These sophisticated and rapid mechanisms rely on(More)
ArgBP2 (Arg-Binding Protein 2/SORBS2) is an adaptor protein involved in cytoskeleton associated signal transduction, thereby regulating cell migration and adhesion. These features are associated with its antitumoral role in pancreatic cancer cells. Tyrosine phosphorylation of ArgBP2, mediated by c-Abl kinase and counterbalanced by PTP-PEST phosphatase,(More)
Oxidative stress-induced sumoylation of TP53INP1 (tumor protein p53-induced nuclear protein 1) is essential to enhance the TP53 response. Sumoylation of TP53INP1 on the K113 residue, which is mediated by protein inhibitor of activated STAT 3 (PIAS3) and chromobox homolog 4 (CBX4) and removed by SUMO1/sentrin specific peptidase (SENP1, 2 and 6), favors its(More)
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