Prof. Renza Vento

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Title Prof. Renza Vento
Short Profile Prof.ssa Renza Vento, MD - Coordinator of the ImaGenX Project, Partner PP 3,Polo Universitario della Provinicia di Trapani (PUPT)

- Full Professor of Biochemistry, Faculty of Sciences, University of Palermo since 1990
- Head of the Diploma in Biology seat in Trapani (1998-2000)
- Coordinator of of the National Scientific Group of the Italian Society of Biochemical and Molecular Biology “Biochemistry of Activation, Growth and Differentiation” (1998-2001)
- Coordinator of the National Scientific Group of the Italian Society of Biochemical and Molecular Biology “Development Differentiation and Apoptosis” (2000-2006)
- Head of degree course in Biological Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Palermo, seat in Palermo (1998-2011) and seat in Caltanissetta (2001-2011)
- Head of the magister degree in Biomedicine (interfaculty between Science and Medicine) (2004-2011)
- Head of the first level university Master in “cytotoxicity, cancer and environment:analysis of the biochemical markers for evaluating the atmospheric, earth and marine pollution risk” (POR Sicilia 2000-2006 - Misura 3.07 azione C)
- President of the Scientific Committee of the Scientific area 05 (Biological Sciences) of the Senatus Academicus, University of Palermo (2007-2010)
- Deputy Director of the Department of Biochemical Sciences (2007-2010)
- Coordinator at the PhD school in Experimental Oncobiology (since 2010)
- Head of the Section of Biochemical Sciences at the Department of Experimental Biomedicine and Clinical Neuroscience (2010-present).
- Member of the Governing Council of the Italian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (since 2012)
- Adjunct Professor at the Sbarro Institute for Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine, Center for Biotechnology, Temple University, Philadelphia (PA, USA) (since 2011)
- Author of more of 150 papers published on Scientific Journals Anschlieend machte ich eine ausbildung zur reiseverkehrskauffrau <a href="https://bachelorschreibenlassen.com">die Webseite angucken</a> und arbeitete in diesem beruf, bis ich mutter mehrerer kinder wurde

Institution Details
Institution Polo Universitario della Provinicia di Trapani (PUPT)
Publications
Title1. MicroRNA-29b-1 impairs in vitro cell proliferation, self‑renewal and chemoresistance of human osteosarcoma 3AB-OS cancer stem cells.
DescriptionMicroRNA-29b-1 impairs in vitro cell proliferation, self‑renewal and chemoresistance of human osteosarcoma 3AB-OS cancer stem cells. Di Fiore R, Drago-Ferrante R, Pentimalli F, Di Marzo D, Forte IM, D'Anneo A, Carlisi D, De Blasio A, Giuliano M, Tesoriere G, Giordano A, Vento R. Int J Oncol. 2014 Aug 22.
Title2. The oxygen radicals involved in the toxicity induced by parthenolide in MDA-MB-231 cells
DescriptionThe oxygen radicals involved in the toxicity induced by parthenolide in MDA-MB-231 cells. Carlisi D, D'Anneo A, Martinez R, Emanuele S, Buttitta G, Di Fiore R, Vento R, Tesoriere G, Lauricella M. Oncol Rep. 2014 Jul;32(1):167-72.
Title3. Mutant p53 gain of function can be at the root of dedifferentiation of human osteosarcoma MG63 cells into 3AB-OS cancer stem cells.
DescriptionMutant p53 gain of function can be at the root of dedifferentiation of human osteosarcoma MG63 cells into 3AB-OS cancer stem cells. Di Fiore R, Marcatti M, Drago-Ferrante R, D'Anneo A, Giuliano M, Carlisi D, De Blasio A, Querques F, Pastore L, Tesoriere G, Vento R. Bone. 2014; 60:198-212.
Title4. Parthenolide generates reactive oxygen species and autophagy in MDA-MB231 cells. A soluble parthenolide analogue inhibits tumour growth and metastasis in a xenograft model of breast cancer.
DescriptionParthenolide generates reactive oxygen species and autophagy in MDA-MB231 cells. A soluble parthenolide analogue inhibits tumour growth and metastasis in a xenograft model of breast cancer. D'Anneo A, Carlisi D, Lauricella M, Puleio R, Martinez R, Di Bella S, Di Marco P, Emanuele S, Di Fiore R, Guercio A, Vento R, Tesoriere G. Cell Death Dis. 2013 Oct 31;4:e891.
Title5. Parthenolide induces superoxide anion production by stimulating EGF receptor in MDA-MB-231 breast cancer cells.
DescriptionParthenolide induces superoxide anion production by stimulating EGF receptor in MDA-MB-231 breast cancer cells. D'Anneo A, Carlisi D, Emanuele S, Buttitta G, Di Fiore R, Vento R, Tesoriere G, Lauricella M.
Int J Oncol. 2013 Dec;43(6):1895-900.
Title6. Surface proteomic analysis of differentiated versus stem-like osteosarcoma human cells.
DescriptionSurface proteomic analysis of differentiated versus stem-like osteosarcoma human cells. Gemei M, Corbo C, D'Alessio F, Di Noto R, Vento R, Del Vecchio L. Proteomics. 2013 Nov;13(22):3293-7
Title7. Energy metabolism characterization of a novel cancer stem cell-like line 3AB-OS.
DescriptionEnergy metabolism characterization of a novel cancer stem cell-like line 3AB-OS. Palorini R, Votta G, Balestrieri C, Monestiroli A, Olivieri S, Vento R, Chiaradonna F. J Cell Biochem. 2014 Feb;115(2):368-79.
Title8. Genetic and molecular characterization of the human osteosarcoma 3AB-OS cancer stem cell line: a possible model for studying osteosarcoma origin and stemness.
DescriptionGenetic and molecular characterization of the human osteosarcoma 3AB-OS cancer stem cell line: a possible model for studying osteosarcoma origin and stemness. Di Fiore R, Fanale D, Drago-Ferrante R, Chiaradonna F, Giuliano M, De Blasio A, Amodeo V, Corsini LR, Bazan V, Tesoriere G, Vento R, Russo A.
J Cell Physiol. 2013 Jun;228(6):1189-201.
Title9. Modeling human osteosarcoma in mice through 3AB-OS cancer stem cell xenografts.
DescriptionModeling human osteosarcoma in mice through 3AB-OS cancer stem cell xenografts. Di Fiore R, Guercio A, Puleio R, Di Marco P, Drago-Ferrante R, D'Anneo A, De Blasio A, Carlisi D, Di Bella S, Pentimalli F, Forte IM, Giordano A, Tesoriere G, Vento R. J Cell Biochem. 2012 Nov;113(11):3380-92.
Title10. Parthenolide induces caspase-independent and AIF-mediated cell death in human osteosarcoma and melanoma cells.
DescriptionParthenolide induces caspase-independent and AIF-mediated cell death in human osteosarcoma and melanoma cells. D'Anneo A, Carlisi D, Lauricella M, Emanuele S, Di Fiore R, Vento R, Tesoriere G. J Cell Physiol. 2013 May;228(5):952-67.