Andrea Volterra

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Specialized astrocytes mediate glutamatergic gliotransmission in the CNS.
de Ceglia R., Ledonne A., Litvin D.G., Lind B.L., Carriero G., Latagliata E.C., Bindocci E., Di Castro M.A., Savtchouk I., Vitali I. et al., 2023/10. Nature, 622 (7981) pp. 120-129. Peer-reviewed.
Vesicular Glutamate Transporters in Astrocytes as Potential New Therapeutic Targets: Astrocyte-targeted Viral Vectors Expressing Inhibitory Nanobodies.
De Ceglia R., Volterra A., 2022/12/21. Chimia, 76 (12) pp. 1033-1038. Peer-reviewed.
Astrocyte control of the entorhinal cortex-dentate gyrus circuit: Relevance to cognitive processing and impairment in pathology.
Di Castro M.A., Volterra A., 2022/08. Glia, 70 (8) pp. 1536-1553. Peer-reviewed.
Reactive astrocyte nomenclature, definitions, and future directions.
Escartin C., Galea E., Lakatos A., O'Callaghan J.P., Petzold G.C., Serrano-Pozo A., Steinhäuser C., Volterra A., Carmignoto G., Agarwal A. et al., 2021/03. Nature neuroscience, 24 (3) pp. 312-325. Peer-reviewed.
Circuit-specific control of the medial entorhinal inputs to the dentate gyrus by atypical presynaptic NMDARs activated by astrocytes.
Savtchouk I., Di Castro M.A., Ali R., Stubbe H., Luján R., Volterra A., 2019/07/02. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 116 (27) pp. 13602-13610. Peer-reviewed.
Morphine withdrawal recruits lateral habenula cytokine signaling to reduce synaptic excitation and sociability.
Valentinova K., Tchenio A., Trusel M., Clerke J.A., Lalive A.L., Tzanoulinou S., Matera A., Moutkine I., Maroteaux L., Paolicelli R.C. et al., 2019/07. Nature neuroscience, 22 (7) pp. 1053-1056. Peer-reviewed.
Astrocyte function from information processing to cognition and cognitive impairment.
Santello M., Toni N., Volterra A., 2019/02. Nature neuroscience, 22 (2) pp. 154-166. Peer-reviewed.
Gliotransmission: Beyond Black-and-White.
Savtchouk I., Volterra A., 2018/01/03. The Journal of neuroscience, 38 (1) pp. 14-25. Peer-reviewed.
Studying Axon-Astrocyte Functional Interactions by 3D Two-Photon Ca<sup>2+</sup> Imaging: A Practical Guide to Experiments and "Big Data" Analysis.
Savtchouk I., Carriero G., Volterra A., 2018. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience, 12 p. 98. Peer-reviewed.
Generation and Characterization of Anti-VGLUT Nanobodies Acting as Inhibitors of Transport.
Schenck S., Kunz L., Sahlender D., Pardon E., Geertsma E.R., Savtchouk I., Suzuki T., Neldner Y., Štefanić S., Steyaert J. et al., 2017/08/01. Biochemistry, 56 (30) pp. 3962-3971. Peer-reviewed.
Synaptic Adhesion Molecules Regulate the Integration of New Granule Neurons in the Postnatal Mouse Hippocampus and their Impact on Spatial Memory.
Krzisch M., Fülling C., Jabinet L., Armida J., Gebara E., Cassé F., Habbas S., Volterra A., Hornung J.P., Toni N., 2017/08/01. Cerebral cortex, 27 (8) pp. 4048-4059. Peer-reviewed.
Three-dimensional Ca2+ imaging advances understanding of astrocyte biology.
Bindocci E., Savtchouk I., Liaudet N., Becker D., Carriero G., Volterra A., 2017/05/19. Science, 356 (6339) p. 0. Peer-reviewed.
Astrocytes: Orchestrating synaptic plasticity?
De Pittà M., Brunel N., Volterra A., 2016/04. Neuroscience, 323 pp. 43-61. Peer-reviewed.
Analysis of acute brain slices by electron microscopy: A correlative light-electron microscopy workflow based on Tokuyasu cryo-sectioning.
Loussert Fonta C., Leis A., Mathisen C., Bouvier D.S., Blanchard W., Volterra A., Lich B., Humbel B.M., 2015. Journal of Structural Biology, 189 (1) pp. 53-61. Peer-reviewed.
Neuroinflammatory TNFα Impairs Memory via Astrocyte Signaling.
Habbas S., Santello M., Becker D., Stubbe H., Zappia G., Liaudet N., Klaus F.R., Kollias G., Fontana A., Pryce C.R. et al., 2015. Cell, 163 (7) pp. 1730-1741. Peer-reviewed.
Astrocyte Ca²⁺ signalling: an unexpected complexity.
Volterra A., Liaudet N., Savtchouk I., 2014/05. Nature Reviews. Neuroscience, 15 (5) pp. 327-335. Peer-reviewed.
Gliotransmitters travel in time and space.
Araque A., Carmignoto G., Haydon P.G., Oliet S.H., Robitaille R., Volterra A., 2014. Neuron, 81 (4) pp. 728-739. Peer-reviewed.
Identification and staining of distinct populations of secretory organelles in astrocytes.
Bezzi P., Volterra A., 2014. Cold Spring Harbor Protocols, 2014 (5) pp. 532-536.
Imaging exocytosis and recycling of synaptic-like microvesicles in astrocytes.
Bezzi P., Volterra A., 2014. Cold Spring Harbor Protocols, 2014 (5) pp. 537-543.
What do we know about gliotransmitter release from astrocytes?
Sahlender D.A., Savtchouk I., Volterra A., 2014. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences, 369 (1654) p. 20130592. Peer-reviewed.
TNFα in synaptic function: switching gears.
Santello M., Volterra A., 2012/10. Trends In Neurosciences, 35 (10) pp. 638-647. Peer-reviewed.
Computational quest for understanding the role of astrocyte signaling in synaptic transmission and plasticity.
De Pittà M., Volman V., Berry H., Parpura V., Volterra A., Ben-Jacob E., 2012. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 6 p. 98. Peer-reviewed.
Immunogold Detection of L-glutamate and D-serine in Small Synaptic-Like Microvesicles in Adult Hippocampal Astrocytes.
Bergersen L.H., Morland C., Ormel L., Rinholm J.E., Larsson M., Wold J.F., Røe A.T., Stranna A., Santello M., Bouvier D. et al., 2012. Cerebral Cortex, 22 (7) pp. 1690-1697. Peer-reviewed.
OpenFovea: open-source AFM data processing software.
Roduit C., Saha B., Alonso-Sarduy L., Volterra A., Dietler G., Kasas S., 2012. Nature Methods, 9 (8) pp. 774-775. Peer-reviewed.
Stiffness tomography exploration of living and fixed macrophages.
Roduit C., Longo G., Benmessaoud I., Volterra A., Saha B., Dietler G., Kasas S., 2012. Journal of Molecular Recognition, 25 (5) pp. 241-246. Peer-reviewed.
The BH4 domain of Bcl-X(L) rescues astrocyte degeneration in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis by modulating intracellular calcium signals.
Martorana F., Brambilla L., Valori C.F., Bergamaschi C., Roncoroni C., Aronica E., Volterra A., Bezzi P., Rossi D., 2012. Human Molecular Genetics, 21 (4) pp. 826-840. Peer-reviewed.
Astrocytes: powering memory.
Bezzi P., Volterra A., 2011. Cell, 144 (5) pp. 644-645.
Glioprotective impact of cell-permeable peptides in preclinical models of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Rossi D., Martorana F., Valori C., Roncoroni C., Bergamaschi C., Volterra A., Bezzi P., Brambilla L., 2011. pp. S81 dans 10th European meeting on Glial Cells in Health and Disease, GLIA.
Local Ca(2+) detection and modulation of synaptic release by astrocytes.
Di Castro M.A., Chuquet J., Liaudet N., Bhaukaurally K., Santello M., Bouvier D., Tiret P., Volterra A., 2011. Nature Neuroscience, 14 (10) pp. 1276-84.
SNARE protein expression in synaptic terminals and astrocytes in the adult hippocampus: a comparative analysis.
Schubert V., Bouvier D., Volterra A., 2011. GLIA, 59 (10) pp. 1472-1488.
The Ca(V)3.3 calcium channel is the major sleep spindle pacemaker in thalamus.
Astori S., Wimmer R.D., Prosser H.M., Corti C., Corsi M., Liaudet N., Volterra A., Franken P., Adelman J.P., Lüthi A., 2011. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 108 (33) pp. 13823-13828.
TNFα controls glutamatergic gliotransmission in the hippocampal dentate gyrus.
Santello M., Bezzi P., Volterra A., 2011. Neuron, 69 (5) pp. 988-1001.
Neuroscience: Astrocytes as aide-mémoires.
Santello M., Volterra A., 2010. Nature, 463 (7278) pp. 169-170.
Astrocytic dysfunction: insights on the role in neurodegeneration.
Rossi D., Volterra A., 2009. Brain Research Bulletin, 80 (4-5) pp. 224-232.
Synaptic modulation by astrocytes via Ca(2+)-dependent glutamate release
Santello M., Volterra A., 2009. Neuroscience, 158 (1) pp. 253-9. Peer-reviewed.
VGLUT1 is Present in Cortical, Hippocampal and Striatal Astrocytes
Ormel L., Volterra A., Bergersen L.H., Gundersen V., 2009. p. 42 dans 9th European Meeting on Glial Cells in Health and Disease, Glia. Peer-reviewed.
Focal degeneration of astrocytes in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Rossi D., Brambilla L., Valori C. F., Roncoroni C., Crugnola A., Yokota T., Bredesen D. E., Volterra A., 2008/07. Cell Death and Differentiation, 15 (11) pp. 1691-1700. Peer-reviewed.
Glutamate exocytosis from astrocytes controls synaptic strength.
Jourdain P., Bergersen L.H., Bhaukaurally K., Bezzi P., Santello M., Domercq M., Matute C., Tonello F., Gundersen V., Volterra A., 2007. Nature Neuroscience, 10 (3) pp. 331-339.
Glutamate release from astrocytes in physiological conditions and in neurodegenerative disorders characterized by neuroinflammation
Vesce S., Rossi D., Brambilla L., Volterra A., 2007. International Review of Neurobiology, 82 pp. 57-71.
A prefrontal cortex defect of glutamate release capacity in the phencyclidine (PCP) model of schizophrenia
Baccaglioni Emanuela, Brambilla L., Magara Fluvio, Magistretti Pierre J., Volterra A., 2006. p. 5 dans , Neuropsychobiology. Peer-reviewed.
P2Y1 receptor-evoked glutamate exocytosis from astrocytes: control by tumor necrosis factor-alpha and prostaglandins.
Domercq M., Brambilla L., Pilati E., Marchaland J., Volterra A., Bezzi P., 2006. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 281 (41) pp. 30684-30696. Peer-reviewed.
Astrocytes, from brain glue to communication elements: the revolution continues
Volterra A., Meldolesi J., 2005/08. Nature Reviews. Neuroscience, 6 (8) pp. 626-40.
Defective tumor necrosis factor-alpha-dependent control of astrocyte glutamate release in a transgenic mouse model of Alzheimer disease.
Rossi D., Brambilla L., Valori C.F., Crugnola A., Giaccone G., Capobianco R., Mangieri M., Kingston A.E., Bloc A., Bezzi P. et al., 2005. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 280 (51) pp. 42088-42096. Peer-reviewed.
Glial control of synaptic function
Newman E. A., Volterra A., 2004/08. Glia, 47 (3) pp. 207-8.
Glial modulation of synaptic transmission in the hippocampus
Volterra A., Steinhauser C., 2004/08. Glia, 47 (3) pp. 249-57.
Astrocytes contain a vesicular compartment that is competent for regulated exocytosis of glutamate.
Bezzi P., Gundersen V., Galbete J.L., Seifert G., Steinhäuser C., Pilati E., Volterra A., 2004. Nature Neuroscience, 7 (6) pp. 613-620.
Neurosciences: Le point sur les collaborations cantonales
Jost V., Magistretti P., Bogousslavski J., Cardinaux JR., Clarke S., Meuli R., Regli F., Volterra A., 2004. Uniscope 504 pp. 1-3.
Quantal release of transmitter : not only from neurons but from astrocytes as well ?
Volterra A., Meldolesi J., 2004. pp. 190-201 dans Neuroglia, Kettenmann H, Ransom B eds., Oxford University Press USA.
Release of transmitters from glial cells
Volterra A., Bezzi P., 2002. pp. 164-182 dans Volterra A., Magistretti P., Haydon P.G. (eds.) The tripartite synapse: glia in synaptic transmission, Oxford University Press.
The tripartite synapse: glia in synaptic transmission
Volterra A., Magistretti P. J., Haydon P. G., 2002., Oxford University Press.
A neuron-glia signalling network in the active brain.
Bezzi P., Volterra A., 2001. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 11 (3) pp. 387-394.
CXCR4-activated astrocyte glutamate release via TNFalpha: amplification by microglia triggers neurotoxicity.
Bezzi P., Domercq M., Brambilla L., Galli R., Schols D., De Clercq E., Vescovi A., Bagetta G., Kollias G., Meldolesi J. et al., 2001. Nature Neuroscience, 4 (7) pp. 702-710.
Neuron-astrocyte cross-talk during synaptic transmission: physiological and neuropathological implications.
Bezzi P., Domercq M., Vesce S., Volterra A., 2001. Progress in Brain Research, 132 pp. 255-265.
Synaptic transmission with the glia.
Vesce S., Bezzi P., Volterra A., 2001. News in Physiological Sciences, 16 pp. 178-184. Peer-reviewed.
Astrocytes as active participants of glutamatergic function and regulators of its homeostasis.
Bezzi P., Vesce S., Panzarasa P., Volterra A., 1999. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 468 pp. 69-80.
Canali ionici
Volterra A., Wanke E, 1999. pp. 193-223 dans Clementi F., Fumagalii G. (eds.) Farmacologia Generale e Molecolare, UTET.
Inhibitory effect of the neuroprotective agent idebenone on arachidonic acid metabolism in astrocytes.
Civenni G., Bezzi P., Trotti D., Volterra A., Racagni G., 1999. European Journal of Pharmacology, 370 (2) pp. 161-167.
The active role of astrocytes in synaptic transmission.
Vesce S., Bezzi P., Volterra A., 1999. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences, 56 (11-12) pp. 991-1000.
The highly integrated dialogue between neurons and astrocytes in brain function.
Vesce S., Bezzi P., Volterra A., 1999. Science Progress, 82 ( Pt 3) pp. 251-270.
Glutamate transporters are oxidant-vulnerable: a molecular link between oxidative and excitotoxic neurodegeneration?
Trotti D., Danbolt N. C., Volterra A., 1998/08. Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, 19 (8) pp. 328-34.
Aspetti biologici della neurodegenerazione
Volterra A., 1998. pp. 173-183 dans Govoni S., et al. (eds.) Neuropsicofarmacologia, UTET.
Prostaglandins stimulate calcium-dependent glutamate release in astrocytes.
Bezzi P., Carmignoto G., Pasti L., Vesce S., Rossi D., Rizzini B.L., Pozzan T., Volterra A., 1998. Nature, 391 (6664) pp. 281-285.
Differential modulation of the uptake currents by redox interconversion of cysteine residues in the human neuronal glutamate transporter EAAC1
Trotti D., Nussberger S., Volterra A., Hediger M. A., 1997/10. European Journal of Neuroscience, 9 (10) pp. 2207-12.
Intracellular calcium oscillations in astrocytes: a highly plastic, bidirectional form of communication between neurons and astrocytes in situ
Pasti L., Volterra A., Pozzan T., Carmignoto G., 1997/10. Journal of Neuroscience, 17 (20) pp. 7817-30.
Non-synaptic localization of the glutamate transporter EAAC1 in cultured hippocampal neurons
Coco S., Verderio C., Trotti D., Rothstein J. D., Volterra A., Matteoli M., 1997/09. European Journal of Neuroscience, 9 (9) pp. 1902-10.
Neuronal and glial glutamate transporters possess an SH-based redox regulatory mechanism
Trotti D., Rizzini B. L., Rossi D., Haugeto O., Racagni G., Danbolt N. C., Volterra A., 1997/06. European Journal of Neuroscience, 9 (6) pp. 1236-43.
HIV-1 gp120 glycoprotein affects the astrocyte control of extracellular glutamate by both inhibiting the uptake and stimulating the release of the amino acid.
Vesce S., Bezzi P., Rossi D., Meldolesi J., Volterra A., 1997. FEBS Letters, 411 (1) pp. 107-109.
Peroxynitrite inhibits glutamate transporter subtypes
Trotti D., Rossi D., Gjesdal O., Levy L. M., Racagni G., Danbolt N. C., Volterra A., 1996/03. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 271 (11) pp. 5976-9.
Canali ionici voltaggio-dipendenti
Volterra A., Sher E., 1996. pp. 115-139 dans Clementi F., Fumagalli G. (eds.) Farmacologia Generale e Molecolare, UTET.
Glutamate transporters: molecular mechanisms of functional alteration and role in the development of excitotoxic neuronal injury
Trotti D, Danbolt NC, Lodi Rizzini B, Bezzi P, Rossi D, Racagni G, Volterra A, 1996. pp. 33-36 dans Fiskum G. (eds.) Neurodegenerative diseases : molecular and cellular mechanisms and therapeutic advances chap. 5, Plenum Press.
Molecular mechanisms of functional lateration of glutamate transporters and relevance to neuropathology
Trotti D, Rossi D, Lodi Rizzini B, Bezzi P, Danbolt NC, Racagni G, Volterra A, 1996. pp. 46-48 dans Shibuya T. (eds.) Preclinical and clinical strategies for the treatment of neurodegenerative, cerebrovascular and mental disorders, Karger.
The competitive transport inhibitor L-trans-pyrrolidine-2, 4-dicarboxylate triggers excitotoxicity in rat cortical neuron-astrocyte co-cultures via glutamate release rather than uptake inhibition.
Volterra A., Bezzi P., Rizzini B.L., Trotti D., Ullensvang K., Danbolt N.C., Racagni G., 1996. European Journal of Neuroscience, 8 (9) pp. 2019-2028.
Arachidonic acid inhibits a purified and reconstituted glutamate transporter directly from the water phase and not via the phospholipid membrane.
Trotti D., Volterra A., Lehre K.P., Rossi D., Gjesdal O., Racagni G., Danbolt N.C., 1995/04. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 270 (17) pp. 9890-9895. Peer-reviewed.
[Ca2+] modulates the ratio between cycloxygenase and lipoxygenase metabolism of arachidonic acid in homogenates of hippocampal astroglial cultures.
Volterra A., Trotti D., Bezzi P., Civenni G., Racagni G., 1995. Neuroscience Letters, 183 (3) pp. 160-163.
Recenti scoperte sull'eziopatogenesi della sclerosi laterale amiotrofica: avvenire per un approccio terapeutico
Volterra A., 1995. Bollettino di Neuropsicofarmacologia, 55 pp. 1-3.
Glutamate uptake is inhibited by arachidonic acid and oxygen radicals via two distinct and additive mechanisms
Volterra A., Trotti D., Racagni G., 1994/11. Molecular Pharmacology, 46 (5) pp. 986-92.
Hippocampal hypoglycaemia-activated K+ channels: single-channel analysis of glucose and voltage dependence
Tromba C., Salvaggio A., Racagni G., Volterra A., 1994/11. Pflügers Archiv : European Journal of Physiology, 429 (1) pp. 58-63.
Reactive oxygen species inhibit high-affinity glutamate uptake: molecular mechanism and neuropathological implications
Volterra A., Trotti D., Floridi S., Racagni G., 1994/11. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 738 pp. 153-62.
Inhibition of high-affinity glutamate transport in neuronal and glial cells by arachidonic acid and oxygen-free radicals. Molecular mechanisms and neuropathological relevance
Volterra A., 1994/08. Renal Physiology and Biochemistry, 17 (3-4) pp. 165-7.
Glutamate uptake inhibition by oxygen free radicals in rat cortical astrocytes
Volterra A., Trotti D., Tromba C., Floridi S., Racagni G., 1994/05. Journal of Neuroscience, 14 (5 Pt 1) pp. 2924-32.
Convergent Inhibition of Glutamate Uptake by Arachidonic-Acid and Oxygen-Free Radicals - Molecular Mechanisms and Relevance to Neurodegenerative Pathologies
Volterra A., Trotti D., Gambino G., Racagni G., 1994. pp. 129-137 dans International Academy for Biomedical and Drug Research, Recent Advances in the Treatment of Neurodegenerative Disorders and Cognitive Dysfunction.
Memory and brain ageing: Rational bases of pharmacologic therapy
Racagni G., Volterra A., 1994. Giornale di Gerontologia, 42 (2) pp. 77-80.
High sensitivity of glutamate uptake to extracellular free arachidonic acid levels in rat cortical synaptosomes and astrocytes
Volterra A., Trotti D., Cassutti P., Tromba C., Salvaggio A., Melcangi R. C., Racagni G., 1992/08. Journal of Neurochemistry, 59 (2) pp. 600-6.
Hypoglycemia-activated K+ channels in hippocampal neurons
Tromba C., Salvaggio A., Racagni G., Volterra A., 1992/08. Neuroscience Letters, 143 (1-2) pp. 185-9.
A particle beam-liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry method for the determination of lipoxygenase metabolites of arachidonic acid
Galimberti R., Lecchi P., De Angelis L., Caruso D., Toia A., Volterra A., Racagni G., Galli G., 1992/03. Analytical Biochemistry, 201 (2) pp. 356-61.
A Bayesian approach to the analysis of single-channel records
Salvaggio A., Tromba C., Volterra A., 1992., International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society pp. 184-185 dans Morucci J.P., et al. (eds.) Proceedings of the 14th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, IEEE Service Center.
A role for the arachidonic acid cascade in fast synaptic modulation: ion channels and transmitter uptake systems as target proteins
Volterra A., Trotti D., Cassutti P., Tromba C., Galimberti R., Lecchi P., Racagni G., 1992. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 318 pp. 147-58.
Approcci molecolari allo studio dei canali ionici
Volterra A., Racagni G (eds.), 1992. Collana della Societa italiana di neuroscienze 248, Pythagora Press.
Canali del potassio ATP-dipendenti: ruolo nella fisiopatologia nervosa e modulazione farmacologica
Tromba C., Salvaggio A., Volterra A., 1992. pp. 181-188 dans Racagni G., Bergamaschi S., Volterra A. (eds.) Approcci molecolari allo studio dei canali ionici, Pythagora Press.
Ruolo dello ione calcio nel potenziamento della funzione sinaptica
Volterra A., 1992. AC-Antagonisti del Calcio, 3 pp. 79-87.
Uso del patch-clamp per lo studio dei meccanismi molecolari di modulazione dei canali ionici
Volterra A., 1992. pp. 71-78 dans Racagni G., Bergamaschi S., Volterra A. (eds.) Approcci molecolari allo studio dei canali ionici, Pythagora Press.
Arachidonic-Acid Breakdown as a Modulatory System for Neurotransmission
Volterra A., Trotti D., Cassutti P., Tromba C., Racagni G., 1991. pp. 791-795 dans International Congress Series 968, Biological Psychiatry.
Direct opening of S-type K+ channels of Aplysia sensory neurons by 12-lipoxygenase metabolites
Volterra A., Buttner N., Siegelbaum S. A., 1991. Advances in Prostaglandin, Thromboxane, and Leukotriene Research, 21B pp. 727-30.
Antagonistic Modulation of a K+ Channel Activity by Serotonin and the Peptide Fmrfamide in Aplysia Sensory Neurons - Molecular Aspects and Functional Implications
Volterra A., 1990. pp. 373-381 dans 1st International Symposium on serotonin, Serotonin : from cell biology to pharmacology and therapeutics.
Antagonistic modulation of the S-K+ channel of Aplysia sensory neurons by lipoxygenase metabolites of arachidonic acid and cAMP.
Siegelbaum S.A., Volterra A., Buttner N., 1990., International Washington Spring Symposium (9 : 1989 : Washinton D.C.) pp. 371-379 dans Vanderhoek J.Y. (eds.) Biology of Cellular Transducing Signals, Plenum Press.
Opposing modulation of S-K+ channel activity by cyclic AMP and arachidonic acid metabolites.
Volterra A., Siegelbaum S.A., 1990. Progress in Clinical and Biological Research : Potassium Channels - Basic function and therapeutic aspects, 334 pp. 323-38. Peer-reviewed.
Arachidonic acid metabolites as mediators of synaptic modulation
Volterra A., 1989/12. Cell Biology International Reports, 13 (12) pp. 1189-99.
Direct modulation of Aplysia S-K+ channels by a 12-lipoxygenase metabolite of arachidonic acid
Buttner N., Siegelbaum S. A., Volterra A., 1989/11. Nature, 342 (6249) pp. 553-5.
FMRFamide reverses protein phosphorylation produced by 5-HT and cAMP in Aplysia sensory neurons
Sweatt J. D., Volterra A., Edmonds B., Karl K. A., Siegelbaum S. A., Kandel E. R., 1989/11. Nature, 342 (6247) pp. 275-8.
Antagonistic modulation of S-K+ channel activity by cyclic AMP and arachidonic acid metabolites. Role for two G proteins
Volterra A., Siegelbaum S. A., 1989. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 559 pp. 219-36.
Presynaptic inhibition, presynaptic facilitation and the molecular logic of second messenger systems.
Volterra A., Siegelbaum S.A., Sweatt J.D., Kandel E.R., 1989., An all-day symposium was held on April 13, 1988 ... (Stanford) pp. 160-197 dans Goldstein A. (eds.) Molecular and Cellular Aspects of Drug Addictions, Springer-Verlag Publishers.
Un nuovo target d'azione per gli eicosanoidi: la modulazione dei canali ionici
Volterra A., 1989. Bollettino di Neuropsicofarmacologia, 25 pp. 1-3.
Blockade of ion channel expression in Xenopus oocytes with complementary DNA probes to Na+ and K+ channel mRNAs
Lotan I., Volterra A., Dash P., Siegelbaum S. A., Goelet P., 1988/12. Neuron, 1 (10) pp. 963-71.
Role of two different guanine nucleotide-binding proteins in the antagonistic modulation of the S-type K+ channel by cAMP and arachidonic acid metabolites in Aplysia sensory neurons
Volterra A., Siegelbaum S. A., 1988/10. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 85 (20) pp. 7810-4.
Interaction of 3,8-diazabicyclo (3.2.1) octanes with mu and delta opioid receptors
Cignarella G., Barlocco D., Tranquillini M. E., Volterra A., Brunello N., Racagni G., 1988/05. Pharmacological Research Communications, 20 (5) pp. 383-94.
Molecular convergence of presynaptic inhibition and presynaptic facilitation on common substrate proteins of individual sensory neurons of Aplysia
Sweatt D., Volterra A., Siegelbaum S. A., Kandel E. R., 1988. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, 53 Pt 1 pp. 395-405.
Un modello per lo studio dei processi di apprendimento e memorizzazione a livello cellulare e molecolare
Volterra A., 1988. Rassegna Clinico-Scientifica, 64 pp. 135-140.
Lipoxygenase metabolites of arachidonic acid as second messengers for presynaptic inhibition of Aplysia sensory cells
Piomelli D., Volterra A., Dale N., Siegelbaum S. A., Kandel E. R., Schwartz J. H., Belardetti F., 1987/07. Nature, 328 (6125) pp. 38-43.
Effect of some tricyclic and nontricyclic antidepressants on [3H]imipramine binding and serotonin uptake in rat cerebral cortex after prolonged treatment
Brunello N., Riva M., Volterra A., Racagni G., 1987. Fundamental and Clinical Pharmacology, 1 (5) pp. 327-33.
Monoaminergic system in the action of antidepressant and anxiolytic drugs.
Racagni G., Rovescalli A.C., Riva M., Galimberti R., Franzetti C., Volterra A., Brunello N., 1987. pp. 121-126 dans Racagni G., Smeraldi E. (eds.) Anxious-Depression: Assessment and Treatment, Raven Press.
Interaction of beta-casomorphins with multiple opioid receptors: in vitro and in vivo studies in the newborn rat brain
Volterra A., Restani P., Brunello N., Galli C. L., Racagni G., 1986/11. Brain Research, 395 (1) pp. 25-30.
Ontogenetic studies on mu, delta and kappa opioid receptors in rat brain
Volterra A., Brunello N., Restani P., Galli C. L., Racagni G., 1986/10. Pharmacological Research Communications, 18 (10) pp. 979-90.
Biochemical changes in rat brain after acute and chronic administration of fluvoxamine, a selective 5-HT uptake blocker: comparison with desmethylimipramine.
Brunello N., Riva M., Volterra A., Racagni G., 1986., Symposium on Fluvoxamine (3rd : 1984 : Frankfurt am Main, Germany) pp. 189-196 dans Hippius H., Matussek N. (eds.) Differential Therapy of Depression: Possibilities and Limitations, Advances in pharmacotherapy, Karger.
Effects of ß-casomorphins on adult and newborn rats: feeding behavior and neurochemical aspects.
Restani P., Volterra A., Brunello N., Brantl V., Racagni G., Galli C.L., 1986., International Symposium "Disorders of Eating Behavior: a Psyconeuroendocrine Approach" (1985 : Pavia, Italy) pp. 47-53 dans Ferrari E., Brambilla F (eds.) Disorders of Eating Behavior. A Psychoneuroendocrine Approach, Advances in the biosciences, Pergamon Press.
Nuove frontiere in neurobiologia: la tecnica di patch-clamp
Volterra A., 1986. Bollettino di Neuropsicofarmacologia, 9 pp. 1-3.
Transynaptic mechanisms in the biochemical behavioral response of noradrenergic system during prolonged treatment with antidepressants: age-related studies.
Brunello N., Volterra A., Cuomo V., Racagni G., 1986., Proceedings of the Alfred Benzon symposium pp. 398-401 dans Schou J.S., Geisler A., Norn S. (eds.) Drug Receptors and Dynamic Processes in Cells, Proceedings of the Alfred Benzon symposium, Munksgaard.
Biochemical and behavioral changes in rats after prolonged treatment with desipramine: interaction with p-chlorophenylalanine
Brunello N., Volterra A., Cagiano R., Ianieri G. C., Cuomo V., Racagni G., 1985/10. Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology, 331 (1) pp. 20-2.
Age-related changes in 5HT uptake and [3H]imipramine binding sites in rat cerebral cortex
Brunello N., Riva M., Volterra A., Racagni G., 1985/04. European Journal of Pharmacology, 110 (3) pp. 393-4.
Aggiornamento sul meccanismo d'azione dei farmaci antidepressivi: aspetti neurobiochimici e farmacoterapici.
Racagni G., Volterra A., Brunello N., 1985. pp. 21-29 dans Benvenuti C. (eds.) Recenti orientamenti nel trattamento della depressione, Minerva Medica.
Recettori oppiacei e peptidi oppioidi endogeni: recenti acquisizioni
Volterra A., Brunello N., Racagni G., 1985. Algos 2 pp. 10-23.
Serotonergic modulation of cortical rat noradrenergic system in the mechanism of action of antidepressant drugs
Brunello N., Mocchetti I., Volterra A., Cuomo V., Racagni G., 1985. Psychopharmacology Bulletin, 21 (3) pp. 379-84.
Behavioural and biochemical effects in C57BL/6J mice after a prolonged treatment with the delta-opiate antagonist ICI 154129
Volterra A., Brunello N., Cagiano R., Cuomo V., Racagni G., 1984/12. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 36 (12) pp. 849-51.
Modulation of opioid system in C57 mice after repeated treatment with morphine and naloxone: biochemical and behavioral correlates
Brunello N., Volterra A., Di Giulio A. M., Cuomo V., Racagni G., 1984/04. Life Sciences, 34 (17) pp. 1669-78.
Acceleration of antidepressant-induced down regulation of ß receptors by changes in chemicophysical membrane properties after phospholipid treatment.
Brunello N., Volterra A., Toffano G., Racagni G., 1984. pp. 156-159 dans Kemali D., Morozov P.V., Toffano G. (eds.) New Research Strategies in Biological Psychiatry, John Libbey Publ..
Integrative mechanisms in receptor down-regulation after long-term antidepressant treatments
Brunello N., Volterra A., Mocchetti I., Racagni G., 1984. pp. S32 dans Proceedings of the 14th Collegium Internationale Neuro-Psychopharmacologicum Congress, Clinical Neuropharmacology. Peer-reviewed.
Neurochemical and behavioral changes after prolonged postnatal exposure to haloperidol
Cuomo V., Ambrosi L., Brunello N., Cagiano R., Colonna M., Renna G., Volterra A., Racagni G., 1984. pp. S117 dans Proceedings of the 14th Collegium Internationale Neuro-Psychopharmacologicum Congress, Clinical Neuropharmacology. Peer-reviewed.
Receptor sensitivity and endogenous opioid modifications after repeated administration of opiate analgesics and antagonists.
Brunello N., Volterra A., Di Giulio A.M., Cuomo V., Racagni G., 1983. pp. 249-255 dans Tiengo M., Cousins M.J. (eds.) Pharmacological Basis of Anaesthesiology, Raven Press.
Neurochemical and pharmacogenetic aspects in the control of pain.
Brunello N., Volterra A., Racagni G., 1982. Acta Medica Romana pp. 92-98.
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