Affiliation: Federico II University
Scotti N, Buonaguro L, Tornesello M, Cardi T, Buonaguro F. Plant-based anti-HIV-1 strategies: vaccine molecules and antiviral approaches. Expert Rev Vaccines. 2010;9:925-36 pubmed publisher
..Furthermore, plant-based anti-HIV strategies can be administered not only parenterally but also by the more convenient and safer oral route, which is a more suitable approach for possible mass vaccination. ..
D Agostino N, Tamburino R, Cantarella C, De Carluccio V, Sannino L, Cozzolino S, et al
. The Complete Plastome Sequences of Eleven Capsicum Genotypes: Insights into DNA Variation and Molecular Evolution. Genes (Basel). 2018;9: pubmed publisher
..Finally, the identified sequence variation allowed us to develop simple PCR-based markers useful in future work to discriminate species belonging to different Capsicum complexes. ..
Scotti N, Sannino L, Idoine A, Hamman P, De Stradis A, Giorio P, et al
. The HIV-1 Pr55 gag polyprotein binds to plastidial membranes and leads to severe impairment of chloroplast biogenesis and seedling lethality in transplastomic tobacco plants. Transgenic Res. 2015;24:319-31 pubmed publisher
Castiglia D, Leone S, Tamburino R, Sannino L, Fonderico J, Melchiorre C, et al
. High-level production of single chain monellin mutants with enhanced sweetness and stability in tobacco chloroplasts. Planta. 2018;248:465-476 pubmed publisher
Scotti N, Marechal Drouard L, Cardi T. The rpl5- rps14 mitochondrial region: a hot spot for DNA rearrangements in Solanum spp. somatic hybrids. Curr Genet. 2004;45:378-82 pubmed
..Variability in the rpl5- rps14 region observed in both the parental species and their somatic hybrids suggests this region is a hot spot for mtDNA rearrangements in Solanum spp. ..
Tamburino R, Vitale M, Ruggiero A, Sassi M, Sannino L, Arena S, et al
. Chloroplast proteome response to drought stress and recovery in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.). BMC Plant Biol. 2017;17:40 pubmed publisher