Gabriele Maloniis an Assistant Professor of Bioinorganic Chemistry and Biochemistry. His research is investigating "the bioinorganic chemistry of essential transition metals and metal-based drugs in biological systems." His current projects include:
- Structure and function of transmembrane metal transporters
- Reactivity of transition metal complexes towards proteins and nucleic acids
- Metallochemistry and biophysics of amyloidogenic peptides and brain metalloproteins
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(Nature Publishing Group, 2017-06-16)Myelin-gene Regulatory Factor (MyRF) is one of the master transcription factors controlling myelin formation and development in oligodendrocytes which is crucial for the powerful brain functions. The N-terminal of MyRF, ...
(MDPI AG, 2017-05-24)Metallothionein-3 (MT-3), a member of the mammalian metallothionein (MT) family, is mainly expressed in the central nervous system (CNS). MT-3 possesses a unique neuronal growth inhibitory activity, and the levels of this ...