BOUCHE' MARINA

Professore Associato 
Settore scientifico disciplinare di riferimento  (BIO/17)
Ateneo Università degli Studi di ROMA "La Sapienza" 
Struttura di afferenza Dipartimento di SCIENZE ANATOMICHE, ISTOLOGICHE, MEDICO LEGALI E DELL'APPARATO LOCOMOTORE 
Recapiti Elenco recapiti telefonici
E-Mail Marina.Bouche@uniroma1.it

Orari di ricevimento

martedi 10-13; giovedi 14-17, previo appuntamento

Curriculum

Marina Bouché: CURRICULUM VITAE
Nationality Italian
Education Degree in Biology, with honors, Sapienza Univ. of Rome, 1979
Maturità Classica, Liceo T. Mamiani, Rome, 1974
Address Dept. of Anatomy, Histology, Forensic Medicine and Orthopedics, Unit of
Histology and Med. Embryology, Sapienza Univ. of Rome, Via A. Scarpa
14, 00161 Rome, Italy.
Tel. +39 (6) 4976 6755 Fax +39 (6) 4462854
E-mail: marina.bouche@uniroma1.it
Present Position
Associate Professor in Histology, Medical School, Sapienza Univ. of Rome.
Professor of: Histology and Embryology at the Dental School; Histology and Embryology at the
International Medical School, CLM F; Histology at the Biotechnological Science School (1st level); Cell
Biotechnology at the Biomedical Technology Science School (2nd level); Histology at the Nursing School (1st
level). Member of the academic committee of the PhD program in “Morphogenesis and Tissue Engineering”.
Member of the Interuniversity Institute of Myology. Member of the Centre of Excellence in “Biology and
Molecular Medicine” (BEMM).
Head of the Laboratory of muscle histogenesis and remodeling, Unit of Histology and Med. Embryology.
Professional experience
2001-present Associate Professor in Histology, Medical School, Sapienza Univ. of Rome.
2008 Invited Visiting scientist, Groupe Miologie, UMR S 787 Inserm Université
Paris 6 PMC, Paris.
2000-2001 Research Associate, Dept. of Histology, Sapienza Univ. of Rome
1990-2000 Technologist, Dept. of Histology, Sapienza Univ. of Rome;
1993 Visiting scientist (NCI) Cell Biol. UT Southwestern at Dallas, USA;
1986-1990 Post_doctoral Research Fellow, Inst. of Histology, Sapienza Univ. of Rome;
1984-1986 Post_doctoral Research Fellow, Cell Biology, Cornell Univ. Med. College,
New York, USA;
1982-1984 Post_doctoral Research Fellow, Inst. of Histology, Sapienza Univ. of Rome;
1979-1982 Instructor, Inst. of Histology, Sapienza Univ. of Rome.
Fields of interests
Since the beginning Prof. Bouché has being interested on the mechanisms regulating skeletal and cardiac
muscle differentiation, histogenesis and remodeling in physiological and pathological conditions. In the last
years her activity has been mostly focused on the identification of molecular targets for the therapy of
degenerating myopathies, such as Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. It is becoming clear that a finely regulated
cross-talk between satellite cells, the muscle stem cells, interstitial cells and immune cells, which includes
endocrine/paracrine signals and cell-to-cell interactions, is required for muscle regeneration following
damage, as well as for maintenance of muscle homeostasis. Alterations in these mechanisms lead to
inefficient regeneration following acute injury or aging or genetic diseases, such as DMD.
Aim of Prof. Bouché research is to identify molecular targets to qualitatively modulate immune response in
myopathies, in particular in DMD, to modify the microenvironment and favor satellite cells activity in
replacing muscle loss.
Publications
She authored:
No. 46 papers published in indexed peer-reviewed international journals, among which 21 as first or last
author;
No. 3 papers published in peer-reviewed international journals (not-indexed)
No. 2 papers published in monographs
More than 150 Congress Communications, many of which published in Abstract Issues of indexed peer review international journals
She is contributing author of the Embryology textbook for the medical students “EMBRIOLOGIA UMANA: morfogenesi, processi molecolari, aspetti clinici” (De Felici, Boitani, Bouché et al., Piccin I Ed., 2009, II Ed. 2014).
She is contributing author of the Histology textbook for the medical students “ISTOLOGIA di Monesi” (Adamo et al., Piccin 7°Ed. 2018)
Peer Review and Scientific Societies
2011-present Member of the Editorial Board of The Scientific World Journal
2014 – she served as Lead Guest Editor for the Special Issue entitled “Inflammation in Muscle Repair,
Aging, and Myopathies” for the journal Biomedical Research International.
2001-present – she serves as reviewer for many journals and agencies, including: Immun Lett, Stem
Cells, FASEB J, Febs J, Oncogene, Frontiers in Physiology, Exp. Cell Res., PLoS One, J. Pharm and Pharmacology, Frontiers in Immun., Mol and Cell. Endocr., Cell Proliferation, BMC Cell Biology, J. Appl Physiol, BBA, J. of Pathology, Autophagy, Aging Res. Rev., Annals of Anatomy, MIUR (PRIN/FIRB).
Meetings and Workshops
Dr. Bouche has been presenting her work at meetings and workshops organized by many scientific societies
among which: Gordon, EMBO, Biochemical Society, American Society of Cell Biology, American Society
of Biological Chemists, Biophysical Society, American Society of Anatomists, Keystone Symposia, British
Society for Experimental Biology, ABCD, FISV.
Awards and Grants
During the years her research have been and is supported by funds obtained from several agencies including:
MIUR-PRIN, Sapienza Univ. of Rome, Telethon Italy, French Association on Myopathies (AFM), Dutch
Parent project NL (DPP), Parent Project Italy, NIH/CNR exchange grants.
Teaching experience
Since 2001 teaches Histology at the Dental School, Sapienza Univ. of Rome.
Since 2001 teaches Histology at the Biotechnology School (1 level), as well as at the Practical Nurse School,
Sapienza Univ. of Rome
Since 2011 she teaches Histology at the International Medical School, Sapienza Univ. of Rome
Since 2004 teaches Embryology at the Medical Biotechnology School, Univ. of Rome “La Sapienza”.
During the period 2001-2004 taught Histology and Embryology at the Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Registered School, Policlinico Umberto I, Rome
In 2000-2001 taught Histology and Embryology at the Medical School, II University of Naples.
In 1999-2000 contributed to the Histology and Embryology course at the Medical School, II University of
Naples.
During the period 1996-2001 contributed as Instructor (practical lessons, exams) to the teaching of Histology
and Gen Embr. at the Dental School, Sapienza Univ. of Rome
In 1995-96 contributed to the “Canale Didattico Sperimentale” (Canale Parallelo Romano), Sapienza Univ.
of Rome.
From 1980 to 1996 contributed as Instructor (practical lessons, exams) to the teaching of Histology and Gen
Embr. after which to the Histology Course at the Medical school, at the Nurse School as well as at the
Registered School in Medicine, Sapienza Univ. of Rome.
She is member of teacher’s committee of the PhD School in “Morphogenesis and Tissue Engineering”
She followed and currently follows, as Tutor, under-graduate and graduate students for the preparation of
their theses.

Selected Publications (in reverse chronological order)

1. Adamo S, Pigna E, Lugarà R, Moresi V, Coletti D and Bouché M. Skeletal muscle: a significant novel neurohypophyseal hormone-secreting organ. Front Physiol. 9: 1885, 2019. IF: 3,394
2. Bouchè M, Lozanoska-Ochser B, Proietti D, Madaro L. Do neurogenic and cancer-induced muscle atrophy follow common or divergent paths? Eur J Transl Myol 28: 393-400, 2018.
3. Ciccarelli C, Di Rocco A, Gravina GL, Mauro A, Festuccia C, Del Fattore A, Antinozzi C, Berardinelli P, De Felice F, Musio D, Bouché M, Crescioli C, Tombolini V, Zani BM, Marampon F. Disruption of MEK/ERK/c-Myc signalling radiosensitizes prostate cancer cells in vitro and in vivo. J. Cancer Res Clin Oncol 2018. Epub 2018 June 29 IF: 3,382
4. Renzini A, Benedetti A, Bouchè M, Silvestroni L, Adamo S, Moresi V. Culture conditions influence satellite cell activation and survival of single myofibers. Eur J Transl Myol 28: 167-174, 2018
5. Lozanoska-Ochser B, Benedetti A, Rizzo G, Marrocco V, Di Maggio R, Fiore P, Bouché M. Targeting early PKCθ-dependent T cell infiltration of dystrophic muscle reduces disease severity in a mouse model of muscular dystrophy. J. of Pathol 244: 323-333, 2018 (Epub 2018, Jan 9) DOI: 10.1002/path.5016; Scopus ID 2-s2.0-85040202197. IF: 6,253
6. Dobrowolny G, Martini M, Scicchitano BM, Romanello V, Boncompagni S, Nicoletti C, Pietrangelo L, De Panfilis S, Catizone A, Bouche M, Sandri M, Rudolf R, Protasi F, Musaro M. Muscle expression of SOD1G93A triggers the dismantlement of neuromuscular junction via PKC-theta. Antioxidants & Redox Signaling, 28:1105-1119, 2018 (Epub 2017, Oct 30) DOI: 10.1089/ars.2017.7054 WOS:000414464900001; Scopus ID. IF: 6,53
7. Marrocco V, Fiore P, Benedetti A, Pisu S, Rizzuto E, Musarò A, Madaro L, Lozanoska-Ochser B, Bouché M. Pharmacological inhibition of PKCθ counteracts muscle disease in a mouse model of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. EBioMedicine, 16: 150-161, 2017. WOS:000395262400028; Scopus ID 2-s2.0-85009811544. IF: 6,18
8. Klionsky D.J., K. Abdelmohsen,… J. Botti, G. Bou, M. Bouché, M. Bouchecareilh, M. Boucher,…. T. Zoladek, W. Zong, A. Zorzano, S.M. Zughaier. Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy (3rd edition). Autophagy, 12: 1-222, 2016. WOS:000373595400001; Scopus ID 2-s2.0-85013763791. IF: 11,1
9. Smeriglio P., S. Alonso-Martin, S. Masciarelli, L. Madaro, I. Iosue, V. Marrocco, F. Relaix, F. Fazi, G. Marazzi, D. A. Sassoon, M. Bouché. Phosphotyrosine phosphatase inhibitor bisperoxovanadium endows myogenic cells with enhanced muscle stem cell functions via epigenetic modulation of Sca-1 and Pw1 promoters. Faseb J. 30:1404-1415, 2016; published ahead of print December 15, 2015. WOS:000372629100004; Scopus ID 2-s2.0-84963957215. IF: 5,595
10. Faggi F., N. Chiarelli, M. Colombi, S. Mitola, R. Ronca, L. Madaro, M. Bouche, P.L. Poliani, M. Vezzoli, F. Longhena, E. Monti, B. Salani, D. Maggi, C. Keller, A. Fanzani. Cavin-1 and Caveolin-1 are both required to support cell proliferation, migration and anchorage-independent cell growth in rhabdomyosarcoma. Lab. Invest. 95:585-602, 2015; published ahead of print March 30, 2015. WOS:000355145600002; Scopus ID 2-s2.0-84930021783. IF: 4,254
11. Marrocco V., P. Fiore, L. Madaro, A. Crupi , B. Lozanoska-Ochser, M. Bouché. Targeting PKCθ in skeletal muscle and muscle diseases: good or bad? Biochem Soc Trans. 42:1550-5, 2014. WOS:000345427100013; Scopus ID 2-s2.0-84911908641. IF: 3,394
12. Bouché M., P. Muñoz-Cánoves, F. Rossi, and D. Coletti . Inflammation in Muscle Repair, Aging, and Myopathies. BioMed Res. Int. 2014: 821950. Epub 2014 Aug 4. WOS:000340386400001; Scopus ID 2-s2.0-84926527757. IF: 2,593
13. Madaro L. and M. Bouché. From Innate to Adaptive Immune Response in Muscular Dystrophies and Skeletal Muscle Regeneration: The Role of Lymphocytes. BioMed Res. Int. 2014:438675. Epub 2014 Jun 16. WOS:000338063800001; Scopus ID 2-s2.0-84904214970. IF: 2,593
14. Camerino GM., M. Bouchè, M. De Bellis, M. Cannone, A. Liantonio, K. Musaraj, R. Romano, P. Smeriglio, L. Madaro, A. Giustino, A. De Luca, JF. Desaphy, D. Conte Camerino, S. Pierno. Protein kinase C theta (PKCθ) modulates the ClC-1 chloride channel activity and skeletal muscle phenotype: a biophysical and gene expression study in mouse models lacking the PKCθ. Pflugers Arch - Eur J Physiol 466: 2215-28, 2014. Epub 2014, Mar 20. WOS:000345093400005; Scopus ID 2-s2.0-84912021603. IF: 2,765
15. Madaro L, F. Antonangeli, A. Favia, B. Esposito, F. Biamonte, M. Bouché, E. Ziparo, G. Sica, A. Filippini, A. D'Alessio. Knock down of caveolin-1 affects morphological and functional hallmarks of human endothelial cells. J Cell Biochem. 114: 1843-51, 2013. WOS:000320276000015; Scopus ID 2-s2.0-84879171327. IF: 2,959
16. Madaro L., V. Marrocco, S. Carnio, Sandri M. and M. Bouché. Intracellular signaling in ER stress-induced autophagy in skeletal muscle cells. Faseb J. 27:1990-2000, 2013. [Epub 2013 Feb 6]. WOS:000318226100019; Scopus ID 2-s2.0-84877101291. IF: 5,595
17. Madaro L., A. Pelle, C. Nicoletti, A. Crupi, V. Marrocco, G. Bossi, S. Soddu and M. Bouché. PKC theta ablation improves healing in a mouse model of muscular dystrophy. PLoSOne7: e31515. Epub 2012 Feb 14. WOS:000302737400026; Scopus ID 2-s2.0-84856850591. IF: 2,766
18. Verga Falzacappa C., C. Mangialardo, L. Madaro, S. Raffa, D. Ranieri, A. Stigliano, E. Brunetti, MR. Torrisi, M. Bouchè, V. Toscano and S. Misiti. Thyroid hormone T3 prevents STZ induced diabetes in mouse PLoSOne 6: e19839. Epub 2011 May 27. WOS:000291052500013; Scopus ID 2-s2.0-80053310960. IF: 2,766
19. Quattrocelli M, G Palazzolo, I Agnolin, S Martino, M Bouché, L Anastasia, M. Sampaolesi. Synthetic sulfonyl-hydrazone-1 positively regulates cardiomyogenic microRNA expression and cardiomyocyte differentiation of induced pluripotent stem cells. J. Cell. Biochem, 112: 2006-14, 2011. WOS:000293329300007; Scopus ID 2-s2.0-79960378031 IF: 2,959
20. Madaro L., V. Marrocco, P. Fiore, P.Aulino, P. Smeriglio, S. Adamo, M. Molinaro and M. Bouché. Protein kinase C theta signaling is required for myoblast fusion by regulating the expression of caveolin-3 and β1D integrin upstream Focal Adhesion Kinase. Mol. Biol. Cell, 22: 1409-1419, 2011. [Epub 2011, Feb 23]. WOS:000289558600025; Scopus ID 2-s2.0-79954602263 IF: 3,512
21. Paoletti R., A. Notte, A. Maffei, E. Stanganello, G. Cifelli, G. Selvetella Molinaro M., Lembo G. and Bouché M. Protein kinase C theta is required for cardiomyocytes survival and cardiac remodelling. Cell Death and Disease, 1: e45, Epub 2010 May 27. WOS:000279818500007; Scopus ID 2-s2.0-79954600897 IF: 5,638
22. Madaro L., Smeriglio P., Molinaro M. and Bouché M. Unilateral hindlimb immobilization: a simple model of atrophy in mice. Basic and Applied Myology (now European Journal Translational Myology), 18: 149-153, 2008
23. Castaldi L., Serra C., Moretti F., Messina G., Paoletti R., Sampaolesi M., Torgovnick A., Baiocchi M., Padula F., Pisaniello A., Molinaro M., Cossu G., Levrero M., and Bouché M.. Bisperoxovanadium, a phospho-tyrosine phosphatase inhibitor, reprograms myogenic cells to acquire a pluripotent, circulating phenotype. Faseb J., 21: 3573-3583, 2007. Epub 2007 Jun 29. WOS:000250517800020; Scopus ID 2-s2.0-35948972434. IF: 5,595
24. D’Andrea M., Pisaniello A., Serra C., Senni M.I., Castaldi L., Molinaro M., Bouché M. Protein kinase C theta co-operates with calcineurin in the activation of slow muscle genes in cultured myogenic cells. J. Cell. Physiol., 207: 379-388, 2006. WOS:000236651800012; Scopus ID 2-s2.0-33645655559. IF: 3,923
25. Serra C, Federici M, Buongiorno A, Senni MI, Morelli S, Segratella E, Pascuccio M, Tiveron C, Mattei E, Tatangelo L, Lauro R, Molinaro M, Giaccari A, Bouche M. Transgenic mice with dominant negative PKC-theta in skeletal muscle: a new model of insulin resistance and obesity. J Cell Physiol. 2003; 196:89-97. WOS:000183361700010; Scopus ID 2-s2.0-0037608687 IF: 3,923
26. Pisaniello A, Serra C, Rossi D, Vivarelli E, Sorrentino V, Molinaro M, Bouche M. The block of ryanodine receptors selectively inhibits fetal myoblast differentiation. J Cell Sci. 2003; 116:1589-97. WOS:000182426900019; Scopus ID 2-s2.0-0037730330. IF: 4,401
27. Mauro A, Ciccarelli C, De Cesaris P, Scoglio A, Bouche M, Molinaro M, Aquino A, Zani BM. PKCalpha-mediated ERK, JNK and p38 activation regulates the myogenic program in human rhabdomyosarcoma cells. J Cell Sci. 2002; 115:3587-99. IF: 4,401
28. Cossu G, De Angelis L, Borello U, Berarducci B, Buffa V, Sonnino C, Coletta M, Vivarelli E, Bouche M, Lattanzi L, Tosoni D, Di Donna S, Berghella L, Salvatori G, Murphy P, Cusella-De Angelis MG, Molinaro M. Determination, diversification and multipotency of mammalian myogenic cells. Int J Dev Biol. 2000; 44:699-706. IF: 1,579
29. Bouche M, Canipari R, Melchionna R, Willems D, Senni MI, Molinaro M. TGF-beta autocrine loop regulates cell growth and myogenic differentiation in human rhabdomyosarcoma cells. Faseb J. 2000; 14:1147-58. IF: 5,595
30. Giorgi, S., Polimeni, M., Senni, M.I., De Gregorio, L., Dragani, T.A., Molinaro, M. and Bouché, M. Isolation and characterization of the murine zinc finger coding gene, ZT2: expression in normal and transformed myogenic cells. Gene, 1999; 230: 81-90. IF: 2,498
31. Cusella-De Angelis, M.G., Salvatori, G., Zappelli, F., Cossu, G., Molinaro, M. and Bouché, M. Paracrine interactions in the development of skeletal muscle. Basic and Applied Myology (now European Journal Translational Myology), 1996; 6: 397-405.
32. Zappelli, F., Willems, D., Osada, S., Ohno, S., Wetsel, W.C., Molinaro, M., Cossu, G. and Bouché, M. The inhibition of differentiation caused by TGF in fetal myoblasts is dependent upon selective expression of PKC. A possible molecular basis for myoblast diversification during limb histogenesis. Dev. Biol., 1996; 180: 156-164. IF: 3,262
33. Polimeni, M., Giorgi, S., De Gregorio, L., Dragani, T.A., Molinaro, M., Cossu, G., and Bouché, M. Differentiation dependent expression in muscle cells of ZT3, a novel zinc finger factor differentially expressed in embryonic and adult tissues. Mech. Dev. 1996; 54: 1-11. IF: 1,9
34. Bouché, M., Zappelli, F., Polimeni, M., Adamo, S., Wetsel, W.C., Senni, M.I., and Molinaro, M. Rapid activation- down regulation of PKCα in TPA-induced differentiation of human rhabdomyosarcoma cells. Cell Growth and Diff. (ora Mol. Cancer Res.) 1995; 6:845-852. IF: 4,597
35. Cusella-De Angelis, M.G., Molinari, S., Le Donne, A., Coletta, M., Vivarelli, E., Bouché, M., Molinaro, M., Ferrari, S., and Cossu, G. Differential response of embryonic and fetal myoblasts to TGFβ: a possible regulatory mechanism of skeletal muscle histogenesis. Development 1994; 120:925-933. IF: 5,413
36. Bouché, M., Senni, M.I., Grossi, A.M., Zappelli, F., Polimeni, M., Arnold, H.H., Cossu, G., and Molinaro, M. TPA-induced differentiation of human rhabdomyosarcoma cells: expression of the myogenic regulatory factors. Exp. Cell Res. 1993; 208:209-217. IF: 3,152
37. De Angelis, L., Cusella-De Angelis, M.G., Bouché, M., Vivarelli, C., Boitani, C., Molinaro, M. and Cossu, G. ACTH-like peptides in post-implantation mouse embryos: a possible role in myoblast proliferation and muscle histogenesis. Dev. Biol. 1992; 151, 446-458. IF: 3,262
38. Cusella De Angelis, M.G., Lyons, G., Sonnino, C.,De Angelis, L., Vivarelli, E., Farmer, K., Wright, W.E., Molinaro, M., Bouché, M., Buckingham, M. and Cossu, G. MyoD, Myogenin independent differentiation of primordial myoblasts in mouse somites. J. Cell Biol. 1992; 116, 1243-1255. IF: 8,784
39. Cossu, G., M.G. Cusella-De Angelis, L. De Angelis, A. Mezzogiorno, P. Murphy, M. Coletta, E. Vivarelli, M. Bouché, and M. Molinaro. 1992. Multiple myogenic cell precursors and their possible role in muscle histogenesis. In Neuromuscular Development and Disease. A.M. Kelly and H.M. Blau, editors. Raven Press, Ltd., New York. 183–194.
40. Aguanno, S., Bouché, M., Adamo, S. and Molinaro, M. TPA induced differentiation of a human rhabdomyosarcoma cell line. Cancer Res. 1990; 50, 3377-3382. IF: 9,13
41. Cossu, G., Cusella-De Angelis, M.G., Senni, M.I., De Angelis, L., Vivarelli, E., Bouché, M., Boitani, C. and Molinaro, M. Adrenocorticotropin is a specific mitogen for mammalian myogenic cells. Dev. Biol. 1989; 131, 331-336. IF: 3,262
42. Goldfine, S.M., Peng, I., Bouche, M. and Fischman, D.A. Incorporation of newly synthezised protein by myofibrils and myofilaments in a cell-free system. In "Cellular & Molecular Biology of Muscle Development", Stockdale, F. & Kedes, L. Eds., Alan R. Liss,Inc., New York, N.Y, 1988.
43. Bouché, M., Goldfine, S.M. and Fischman, D.A. Posttranslational incorporation of contrattile proteins into myofibrils in a cell-free system. J. Cell Biol. 1988; 107, 587-596. IF: 8,784
44. Grassi, F., Bouché, M., Aguanno, S., Molinaro, M. and Eusebi, F. Single Acetylcholine-activated channels in Cultured rabdomyoblasts. Exp. Cell Res. 1987; 171, 498-502. IF: 3,152
45. Bouché, M., Angelini, A., Zani, B.M., Adamo, S. and Molinaro, M. Studies on the mechanism of action of a tumor promoter in cultured cells. J. Exp. Clin. Cancer Res. 1985; 4, 97-105. IF: 6,217
46. Bouché, M., Adamo, S. and Molinaro, M. Phosphorylation of specific polypeptides induced by 12-O-tetradecanoyl phorbol-13-acetate in chick embryo fibroblests. Carcinogenesis 1984; 5, 559-563. IF: 5,072
47. Bouché, M., Adamo, S. and Molinaro, M. Specific TPA induced protein phosphorylation in cultured myotubes. Cell Biol. Int. Rep. 1983; 7, 189. IF: 1,936
48. Boitani, C., Cossu, G., Bouche, M., Molinaro, M., Pacifici, M. Changes in protein and glycoprotein biosynthesis during differentiation of satellite cells in vitro. Exp. Cell Res. 1982; 138, 489-494. IF: 3,152
49. Cossu, G., Pacifici, M., Adamo, S., Bouché, M. and Molinaro, M. TPA induced inhibition of the expression of differentiative traits in cultured myotubes: dependence on protein synthesis. Differentiation 1982; 21, 62-65. IF: 2,688
50. Cossu, G., Zani, B., Coletta, M., Bouché, M., Pacifici, M. and Molinaro, M. In vitro differentiation of satellite cells isolated from normal and dystrophic mammalian muscle. A comparison with embryonic myogenic cells. Cell Differ. 1980; 9, 357-368. IF: 1,9

Books
o De Felici M, Boitani C, Bouche M, Canipari R, Dolfi A, Filippini a, Musarò A, Papaccio G, Salustri A. Embriologia Umana: morfogenesi, processi molecolari, aspetti clinici. Piccin Ed. 2014. (Textbook in Human Embriology for Medical and Biomedical technology students).
o AAVV. ISTOLOGIA di Monesi. Piccin Ed 2018 (Textbook in Histology for Medical Students