Daniele Repetto
Dr. rer. nat.

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
Institut für Anatomie & Molekulare Neurobiologie

Vesaliusweg 2-4
48149 Münster

Telefon: +49 (0) 251 83-50234
Telefax: +49 (0) 251 83-50248
Email: Daniele Repetto

  • Lebenslauf

  • Publikationen

    Originalarbeiten (nur „peer-reviewed“):

    1. Morello V., Cabodi S., Sigismund S., Camacho-Leal M. P., Repetto D., Volante M., Papotti M., Turco E. and Defilippi P. (2011) β1 integrin controls EGFR signaling and tumorigenic properties of lung cancer cells. Oncogene 30(39): 4087-96
    2. Di Stefano P., Leal M.P., Tornillo G., Bisaro B., Repetto D., Pincini A., Santopietro E., Sharma N., Turco E., Cabodi S. and Defilippi P. (2011) The adaptor proteins p140Cap and p130Cas as molecular hubs in cell migration and invasion of cancer cells. Am J Cancer Res. 1(5): 663-73
    3. Repetto D., Morello N., Calcagno E., Bianchi F., Giustetto M., Cunto F. D., Turco E., Defilippi P., Stefano P. D. and Camera, P.(2011) P140Cap and Citron-N: a "spiny'' cooperative relationship. FEBS JOURNAL 278: 273-273
    4. Damiano L., Le Dévédec S.E., Di Stefano P., Repetto D., Lalai R., Truong H., Xiong J.L., Danen E.H., Yan K., Verbeek F.J., De Luca E., Attanasio F., Buccione R., Turco E., van de Water B. and Defilippi P. (2011) p140Cap suppresses the invasive properties of highly metastatic MTLn3-EGFR cells via impaired cortactin phosphorylation. Oncogene 31(5): 624-33
    5. Repetto D., Aramo S., Boeri Erba E., Sharma N., Grasso S., Russo I., Jensen O., Cabodi S., Turco E., Di Stefano P. and Defilippi P. (2013) Mapping of p140Cap phosphorylation sites: the EPLYA and EGLYA motifs have a key role in tyrosine phosphorylation and Csk binding, and are substrates of the Abl kinase. PLoS One 8(1): e54931
    6. Sharma N., Repetto D., Aramu S., Grasso S., Russo I., Fiorentino A., Mello-Grand M., Cabodi S., Singh V., Chiorino G., Turco E., Di Stefano P. and Defilippi P. (2013) Identification of two regions in the p140Cap adaptor protein that retain the ability to suppress tumour cell properties. Am. J. Cancer Res. 3(3): 290-301
    7. Tomasoni R., Repetto D., Morini R., Elia C., Gardoni F., Di Luca M., Turco E., Defilippi P. and Matteoli M. (2013) SNAP-25 regulates spine formation through postsynaptic binding to p140Cap. Nature Communications 4:2136; doi: 10.1038/ncomms3136
    8. Repetto D., Camera P., Melani R., Morello N., Russo I., Calcagno E., Tomasoni R., Bianchi F., Berto G., Giustetto M., Berardi N., Pizzorusso T., Matteoli M., Di Stefano P., Missler M., Turco E., Di Cunto F. and Defilippi P. (2014) p140Cap Regulates Memory and Synaptic Plasticity through Src-Mediated and Citron-N-Mediated Actin Reorganization. J Neurosci. 34(4):1542-53; doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.2341-13.2014
    9. Blanque A., Repetto D., Rohlmann A., Brockhaus J., Duning K., Pavenstädt H., Wolff I. and Missler M. (2015) Deletion of KIBRA, protein expressed in kidney and brain, increases filopodial-like long dendritic spines in neocortical and hippocampal neurons in vivo and in vitro. Front Neuroanat 9:13; doi: 10.3389/fnana.2015.00013
    10. Neupert C., Schneider R., Klatt O., Reissner C., Repetto D., Biermann B., Niesmann K., Missler M. and Heine M. (2015) Regulated Dynamic Trafficking of Neurexins Inside and Outside of Synaptic Terminals; J Neurosci 35(40):13629-47; doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.4041-14.2015
    11. Repetto D., Brockhaus J., Rhee H.J., Lee C.K., Kilimann M.W., Rhee J. S., Northoff L.M., Guo W., Reissner C., Missler M. (2018) Molecular Dissection of Neurobeachin Function at Excitatory Synapses; Front Synaptic Neurosci 10:28; doi: 10.3389/fnsyn.2018.00028
    12. Brockhaus J., Schreitmüller M., Repetto D., Klatt O., Reissner C., Elmslie K., Heine M., Missler M. (2018) α-Neurexins together with α2δ-1 auxiliary subunits regulate Ca2+ influx through CaV2.1 channels; J Neurosci 38(38):8277-8294; doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.0511-18.2018
    13. Geisler S., Schöpf C.L., Stanika R., Kalb M., Campiglio M, Repetto D, Traxler L, Missler M., Obermair G.J. (2019) Presynaptic α2δ-2 calcium channel subunits regulate postsynaptic GABAA-receptor abundance and axonal wiring; J Neurosci 39 (14) 2581-2605; doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.2234-18.2019