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2018
Stoppa, G., C. D’Amore, A. Conforti, G. Traversa, M. Venegoni, M. Taglialatela, R. Leone, M. Giuseppe Messa, A. Petrolino, L. Cavallini, et al., "Comparative Safety of Originator and Biosimilar Epoetin Alfa Drugs: An Observational Prospective Multicenter Study", BIODRUGS, vol. 32, pp. 367–375, 2018.
Ambrosino, P., M. Virginia Soldovieri, T. Bast, P. D. Turnpenny, S. Uhrig, S. Biskup, M. Döcker, T. Fleck, I. Mosca, L. Manocchio, et al., "De novo gain-of-function variants in KCNT2 as a novel cause of developmental and epileptic encephalopathy", ANNALS OF NEUROLOGY, vol. 83, pp. 1198–1204, 2018.
Dilena, R., J. C. Difrancesco, M. Virginia Soldovieri, A. Giacobbe, P. Ambrosino, I. Mosca, M. Albina Galli, S. Guez, M. Fumagalli, F. Miceli, et al., "Early Treatment with Quinidine in 2 Patients with Epilepsy of Infancy with Migrating Focal Seizures (EIMFS) Due to Gain-of-Function KCNT1 Mutations: Functional Studies, Clinical Responses, and Critical Issues for Personalized Therapy", NEUROTHERAPEUTICS, vol. 15, pp. 1112–1126, 2018.
Bertamino, A., N. Iraci, C. Ostacolo, P. Ambrosino, S. Musella, V. Di Sarno, T. Ciaglia, G. Pepe, M. Sala, M. Virginia Soldovieri, et al., "Identification of a Potent Tryptophan-Based TRPM8 Antagonist with in Vivo Analgesic Activity", JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY, vol. 61, pp. 6140–6152, 2018.
Ambrosino, P., E. Freri, B. Castellotti, M. Virginia Soldovieri, I. Mosca, L. Manocchio, C. Gellera, L. Canafoglia, S. Franceschetti, B. Salis, et al., "Kv7.3 Compound Heterozygous Variants in Early Onset Encephalopathy Reveal Additive Contribution of C-Terminal Residues to PIP 2 -Dependent K + Channel Gating", MOLECULAR NEUROBIOLOGY, vol. 55, pp. 7009–7024, 2018.
Miceli, F., M. V. Soldovieri, P. Ambrosino, L. Manocchio, I. Mosca, and M. Taglialatela, "Pharmacological targeting of neuronal Kv7.2/3 channels: A focus on chemotypes and receptor sites", CURRENT MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY, vol. 25, pp. 2637–2660, 2018.