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Jacopo Baglieri

Title(s)Assistant Project Scientist, Medicine
SchoolHealth Sciences
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    1. Nishio T, Hu R, Koyama Y, Liang S, Rosenthal SB, Yamamoto G, Karin D, Baglieri J, Ma HY, Xu J, Liu X, Dhar D, Iwaisako K, Taura K, Brenner DA, Kisseleva T. Activated hepatic stellate cells and portal fibroblasts contribute to cholestatic liver fibrosis in MDR2 knockout mice. J Hepatol. 2019 May 07. PMID: 31071368.
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    2. Baglieri J, Brenner DA, Kisseleva T. The Role of Fibrosis and Liver-Associated Fibroblasts in the Pathogenesis of Hepatocellular Carcinoma. Int J Mol Sci. 2019 Apr 07; 20(7). PMID: 30959975.
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    3. Jacopo Baglieri and Carmen Bertoni.Translating Gene Therapy to the Clinic: Techniques and Approaches. Genetic and Cell-Mediated Therapies for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. 2015; 147-171.
    4. Beck D, Vasisht N, Baglieri J, Monteferrante CG, van Dijl JM, Robinson C, Smith CJ. Ultrastructural characterisation of Bacillus subtilis TatA complexes suggests they are too small to form homooligomeric translocation pores. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2013 Aug; 1833(8):1811-9. PMID: 23567937; PMCID: PMC3988878.
    5. Monteferrante CG, Baglieri J, Robinson C, van Dijl JM. TatAc, the third TatA subunit of Bacillus subtilis, can form active twin-arginine translocases with the TatCd and TatCy subunits. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2012 Jul; 78(14):4999-5001. PMID: 22544248; PMCID: PMC3416357.
    6. Albiniak AM, Baglieri J, Robinson C. Targeting of lumenal proteins across the thylakoid membrane. J Exp Bot. 2012 Feb; 63(4):1689-98. PMID: 22275386.
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    7. Baglieri J, Beck D, Vasisht N, Smith CJ, Robinson C. Structure of TatA paralog, TatE, suggests a structurally homogeneous form of Tat protein translocase that transports folded proteins of differing diameter. J Biol Chem. 2012 Mar 02; 287(10):7335-44. PMID: 22190680.
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