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Edoardo Giacopuzzi

  • Ph.D.
  • Post-doc researcher
  • IRCCS San Giovanni di Dio Fatebenefratelli, Brescia
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Research interests

Functional GenomicsBioinformaticsPsychiatric geneticsMendelian diseasesNext-generation sequencing

Co-authors (105)

  • Andrea Legati
  • andrea bozzato
  • Giuseppe Borsani

Publications (5)

  • Differential enzymatic activity of rat ADAR2 splicing variants is due to altered capability to interact with RNA in the deaminase domain

    • Filippini A
    • Bonini D
    • Giacopuzzi E
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  • The effect of childhood trauma on blood transcriptome expression in major depressive disorder

    • Minelli A
    • Magri C
    • Giacopuzzi E
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  • Clinical and molecular characterization of a 13-year-old Indian boy with cutis laxa type 2B: Identification of two novel PYCR1 mutations by amplicon-based semiconductor exome sequencing

    • Ritelli M
    • Palit A
    • Giacopuzzi E
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  • Mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs) induce ex vivo proliferation and erythroid commitment of cord blood haematopoietic stem cells (CB-CD34+ cells)

    • Perucca S
    • Di Palma A
    • Piccaluga P
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  • Molecular cloning and knockdown of galactocerebrosidase in zebrafish: New insights into the pathogenesis of Krabbe's disease

    • Zizioli D
    • Guarienti M
    • Tobia C
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Professional experience

Post-doc researcher

IRCCS San Giovanni di Dio Fatebenefratelli, Brescia

May 2018 - Present

Education

Beachelor degree in Medical Biotechnology

IRCCS San Giovanni di Dio Fatebenefratelli, Brescia

July 2007 - December 2011(4 years)