Degree in Physics, University of Genova
PhD Istituto di Biofisica, CNR, Genova
Post doc University of Iowa, IA, USA
Post doc Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY USA
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone +39-010-6475649
- Site Genova
- Functional and structural studies of human CLC protein complexes involved in genetic diseases (Principal investigator)
- Cristina Sobacchi (Istituto di riceca genetica e biomendica, CNR)
- Studi strutturali e funzionali dei complessi proteici CLC coinvolti in malattie genetiche. TCP 14008.Dulbecco Telethon Career Award.
- Functional and structural studies of human CLC chloride proteins involved in genetic disease. TCP14008 Dulbecco Telethon Career Award.
Picollo A, Malvezzi M, and Accardi A. (2015) TMEM16 Proteins: Unknown Structure and Confusing Functions. J Mol Biol Jan; 16: 94-105
Terashima H*, Picollo A* and Accardi A. (2013). Purified TMEM16A is sufficient to form Ca2+ activated Cl- channels. PNAS 110:19354-9
Malvezzi M, Chalat M.N, Janjusevic R, Picollo A, Terashima H, Menon A.K, Accardi A (2013). A TMEM16 ion channel that mediates Ca2+-dependent phospholipid scrambling. Nature Communication 4:2367
Picollo A, Malvezzi M , Houtman J and Accardi A. (2009). Basis of substrate binding and conservation of selectivity in the CLC family of channels and transporters. Nat Struct Mol Biol. 16:1294-301
Picollo A and Pusch M. (2005). Chloride/proton antiporter activity of mammalian CLC proteins ClC-4 and ClC-5. Nature. 21, 420-3.