A. J. Callegari, Ph.D.

2006 Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
DNA replication
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Thomas J. Kelly grad student 2006 Johns Hopkins
 (Ultraviolet light induces a post-replication DNA damage checkpoint.)
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Callegari AJ. (2016) Does transcription-associated DNA damage limit lifespan? Dna Repair. 41: 1-7
Callegari AJ, Kelly TJ. (2015) Coordination of DNA damage tolerance mechanisms with cell cycle progression in fission yeast. Cell Cycle (Georgetown, Tex.). 0
Marchetti L, Callegari A, Luin S, et al. (2013) Ligand signature in the membrane dynamics of single TrkA receptor molecules. Journal of Cell Science. 126: 4445-56
Callegari A, Luin S, Marchetti L, et al. (2012) Single particle tracking of acyl carrier protein (ACP)-tagged TrkA receptors in PC12nnr5 cells. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 204: 82-6
Callegari AJ, Clark E, Pneuman A, et al. (2010) Postreplication gaps at UV lesions are signals for checkpoint activation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 107: 8219-24
Iop L, Chiavegato A, Callegari A, et al. (2008) Different cardiovascular potential of adult- and fetal-type mesenchymal stem cells in a rat model of heart cryoinjury Cell Transplantation. 17: 679-694
Callegari A, Bollini S, Iop L, et al. (2007) Neovascularization induced by porous collagen scaffold implanted on intact and cryoinjured rat hearts Biomaterials. 28: 5449-5461
Callegari AJ, Kelly TJ. (2007) Shedding light on the DNA damage checkpoint. Cell Cycle (Georgetown, Tex.). 6: 660-6
Chiavegato A, Bollini S, Pozzobon M, et al. (2007) Human amniotic fluid-derived stem cells are rejected after transplantation in the myocardium of normal, ischemic, immuno-suppressed or immuno-deficient rat Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology. 42: 746-759
De Coppi P, Callegari A, Chiavegato A, et al. (2007) Amniotic Fluid and Bone Marrow Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells Can be Converted to Smooth Muscle Cells in the Cryo-Injured Rat Bladder and Prevent Compensatory Hypertrophy of Surviving Smooth Muscle Cells Journal of Urology. 177: 369-376
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