Stefania Spanò
Stefania Spanò
Professor in Molecular Microbiology
Verified email at abdn.ac.uk
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CtBP/BARS induces fission of Golgi membranes by acylating lysophosphatidic acid
R Weigert, MG Silletta, S Spanò, G Turacchio, C Cericola, A Colanzi, ...
Nature 402 (6760), 429-433, 1999
3821999
CtBP3/BARS drives membrane fission in dynamin-independent transport pathways
M Bonazzi*, S Spanò*, G Turacchio, C Cericola, C Valente, A Colanzi, ...
Nature cell biology 7 (6), 570-580, 2005
1982005
CtBP/BARS: a dual-function protein involved in transcription co-repression and Golgi membrane fission
M Nardini*, S Spanò*, C Cericola, A Pesce, A Massaro, E Millo, A Luini, ...
The EMBO journal 22 (12), 3122-3130, 2003
1772003
Delivery of a Salmonella Typhi exotoxin from a host intracellular compartment
S Spanò*, JE Ugalde*, JE Galán
Cell Host & Microbe 3 (1), 30-38, 2008
1552008
Mitotic Golgi partitioning is driven by the membrane-fissioning protein CtBP3/BARS
CH Carcedo, M Bonazzi, S Spanò, G Turacchio, A Colanzi, A Luini, ...
Science 305 (5680), 93-96, 2004
1432004
A role for BARS at the fission step of COPI vesicle formation from Golgi membrane
JS Yang, SY Lee, S Spanò, H Gad, L Zhang, Z Nie, M Bonazzi, D Corda, ...
The EMBO journal 24 (23), 4133-4143, 2005
1102005
Molecular cloning and functional characterization of brefeldin A-ADP-ribosylated substrate
S Spanò*, MG Silletta*, A Colanzi, S Alberti, G Fiucci, C Valente, A Fusella, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 274 (25), 17705-17710, 1999
1101999
Proteolytic targeting of Rab29 by an effector protein distinguishes the intracellular compartments of human-adapted and broad-host Salmonella
S Spanò, X Liu, JE Galán
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (45), 18418-18423, 2011
1062011
A Rab32-dependent pathway contributes to Salmonella typhi host restriction
S Spanò, JE Galán
Science 338 (6109), 960-963, 2012
1002012
Molecular aspects of membrane fission in the secretory pathway
D Corda, CH Carcedo, M Bonazzi, A Luini, S Spano
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences CMLS 59 (11), 1819-1832, 2002
762002
Mechanisms directing the nuclear localization of the CtBP family proteins
A Verger, KGR Quinlan, LA Crofts, S Spanò, D Corda, EPW Kable, F Braet, ...
Molecular and cellular biology 26 (13), 4882-4894, 2006
742006
A bacterial pathogen targets a host Rab-family GTPase defense pathway with a GAP
S Spanò, X Gao, S Hannemann, M Lara-Tejero, JE Galán
Cell host & microbe 19 (2), 216-226, 2016
662016
A 14-3-3γ dimer-based scaffold bridges CtBP1-S/BARS to PI (4) KIIIβ to regulate post-Golgi carrier formation
C Valente, G Turacchio, S Mariggiò, A Pagliuso, R Gaibisso, G Di Tullio, ...
Nature cell biology 14 (4), 343-354, 2012
642012
The C‐terminal domain of the transcriptional corepressor CtBP is intrinsically unstructured
M Nardini, D Svergun, PV Konarev, S Spanò, M Fasano, C Bracco, ...
Protein science 15 (5), 1042-1050, 2006
402006
The small GTPase Rab29 is a common regulator of immune synapse assembly and ciliogenesis
A Onnis, F Finetti, L Patrussi, M Gottardo, C Cassioli, S Spanò, CT Baldari
Cell Death & Differentiation 22 (10), 1687-1699, 2015
382015
A novel pathway for exotoxin delivery by an intracellular pathogen
S Spanò, JE Galán
Current opinion in microbiology 11 (1), 15-20, 2008
262008
Purification and functional properties of the membrane fissioning protein CtBP3/BARS
C Valente, S Spanò, A Luini, D Corda
Methods in enzymology 404, 296-316, 2005
182005
Regulatory elements in the promoter of the vitelline membrane gene VM32E of Drosophila melanogaster direct gene expression in distinct domains of the follicular …
V Cavaliere, S Spano, D Andrenacci, L Cortesi, G Gargiulo
Molecular and General Genetics MGG 254 (3), 231-237, 1997
181997
Taking control: Hijacking of Rab GTPases by intracellular bacterial pathogens
S Spanò, JE Galán
Small GTPases 9 (1-2), 182-191, 2018
162018
Rab32 restriction of intracellular bacterial pathogens
V Solano-Collado, A Rofe, S Spanò
Small GTPases 9 (3), 216-223, 2018
132018
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