Dr. Gentile is a recognized expert in the transglutaminase research area and has a strong background in the molecular biology and biochemical aspects of the transglutaminase (TG) enzymes expression, activity and function. His work has been focused to the tTG (TG2) characterization in normal and pathological cellular events (cell growth and differentiation, adhesion, apoptosis, neurodegeneration) by biochemical and molecular biology studies. Currently dr. Gentile is a Researcher at the University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli” .
Studies on cerebral polyamine metabolism,Studies on polyamine binding to synaptosomal membranes of rat brain,Studies on structural modifications of a major protein secreted from the rat seminal vesicle by transglutaminase,Studies of transglutaminase-mediated modifications of the rat sperm surface.
- Editorial: J Clin Genom 2018, 1:1
Move Toward to Non Invasive Mechanical Ventilation in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: A Clinical ReviewReview Article: J Clin Genom 2018, 1:1
Solimando AG, Ciccol S, Lernia GD, Leonel P, D’Errico E, Schneider A, Fritz G, Brienza N, Racanelli V and Vacca A
- Review Article: J Clin Genom 2018, 1:1
Lo PK and Zhou Q
- Research Article: J Clin Genom 2018, 1:1
Rodríguez SV; Berto RQ; Sanoyan FA; Moll JR; Cruz RQ; Marín AP
Genetic Analysis of Common Variants of MMPs and their Involvement in Rheumatoid Arthritis in the East Midlands, UKResearch Article: J Clin Genom 2018, 1:1
McMullan C, Dowejko M, Cox N, Ghelani A, Akam EC, Samanta Ash and Mastana S