Rizzoli, Silvio

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11.12.2023

Protein nanobarcodes enable single-step multiplexed fluorescence imaging

Authors de Jong-Bolm D, Sadeghi M, Bogaciu CA, Bao G, Klaehn G, Hoff M, Mittelmeier L, Basmanav FB, Opazo F, Noé F, Rizzoli SO Journal PLoS Biology Citation PLoS Biol. 2023 Dec 11;21(12):e3002427. Abstract Multiplexed cellular imaging typically relies on the sequential application of detection probes, as antibodies or DNA
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23.10.2023

Synapsin condensation controls synaptic vesicle sequestering and dynamics

Authors Hoffmann C, Rentsch J, Tsunoyama TA, Chhabra A, Aguilar Perez G, Chowdhury R, Trnka F, Korobeinikov AA, Shaib AH, Ganzella M, Giannone G, Rizzoli SO, Kusumi A, Ewers H, Milovanovic D Journal Nature Communications Citation Nat Commun. 2023 Oct 23;14(1):6730. Abstract Neuronal transmission relies on the regulated secretion of
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13.10.2023

High-resolution analysis of bound Ca2+ in neurons and synapses

Authors Bonnin EA, Golmohammadi A, Rehm R, Tetzlaff C, Rizzoli SO Journal Life Science Alliance Citation Life Sci Alliance. 2023 Oct 13;7(1):e202302030. Abstract Calcium (Ca2+) is a well-known second messenger in all cells, and is especially relevant for neuronal activity. Neuronal Ca2+ is found in different forms, with a minority
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05.10.2023

Tracking cell turnover in human brain using 15N-thymidine imaging mass spectrometry

Authors Roeder SS, Bonnin EA, Wu TD, Guerquin-Kern JL, Jabari S, Brandner S, Eyüpoglu IY, Gollwitzer S, Hamer HM, Gerner ST, Döppner TR, Rummel C, Englund E, Heimke-Brinck R, Borst T, Daniel C, Amann K, Schlötzer-Schrehardt U, Tonchev AB, Roessler K, Schwab S, Bergmann O, Rizzoli SO, Huttner HB Journal
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24.08.2023

Doubling the resolution of single-molecule localization microscopy with image scanning microscopy

Authors Radmacher N, Nevskyi O, Gallea JI, Thiele JC, Gregor I, Rizzoli SO, Enderlein J Journal BioRxiv Citation bioRxiv 2023.08.23.554438. Abstract Single-molecule localization microscopy (SMLM) is a widely used super-resolution microscopy technique, renowned for its simplicity and impressive achievable resolution. It is typically based on a wide-field fluorescence microscope and
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10.08.2023

Age-dependent structural reorganization of utricular ribbon synapses

Authors Michanski S, Henneck T, Mukhopadhyay M, Steyer AM, Agüi Gonzalez P, Grewe K, Ilgen P, Gültas M, Fornasiero EF, Jakobs S, Möbius W, Vogl C, Pangršič T, Rizzoli SO, Wichmann C Journal Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology Citation Front. Cell Dev. Biol., 10 August 2023. Abstract In mammals,
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28.07.2023

Proteomic analysis of the human hippocampus identifies neuronal pentraxin 1 (NPTX1) as synapto-axonal target in late-stage Parkinson’s disease

Authors Warth Perez Arias CC, Silbern I, Caldi Gomes L, Wartmann H, Dambeck V, Fanz J, Neuenroth L, Bähr M, Outeiro TF, Bonn S, Stadelmann-Nessler C, Rizzoli SO, Lenz C, Urlaub H, Lingor P Journal Journal of Neurochemistry Citation J Neurochem. 2023 Jul 28. Abstract Parkinson’s disease (PD) affects a
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24.05.2023

The long-loop recycling (LLR) of synaptic components as a question of economics

Authors Georgiev SV, Rizzoli SO Journal Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience Citation Mol Cell Neurosci. 2023 May 24;126:103862. Abstract The pre- and post-synaptic compartments contain a variety of molecules that are known to recycle between the plasma membrane and intracellular organelles. The recycling steps have been amply described in functional terms,
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10.03.2023

Visualizing proteins by expansion microscopy

Authors Shaib AH, Chouaib AA, Chowdhury R, Mihaylov D, Zhang C, Imani V, Georgiev SV, Mougios N, Monga M, Reshetniak S, Mimoso T, Chen H, Fatehbasharzad P, Crzan D, Alawar N, Eilts J, Saal KA, Kang J, Alvarez L, Trenkwalder C, Mollenhauer B, Outeiro TF, Koester S, Preobraschenski J, Becherer
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10.01.2023

Trafficking proteins show limited differences in mobility across different postsynaptic spines

Authors Mougios N, Opazo F, Rizzoli SO, Reshetniak S Journal iScience Citation iScience (2023). Abstract The function of the postsynaptic compartment is based on the presence and activity of postsynaptic receptors, whose dynamics are controlled by numerous scaffolding, signaling and trafficking proteins. While the receptors and the scaffolding proteins have
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