Ianessa Morantte
Ianessa Morantte
Laboratory/Project Manager, Harvard School of Public Health
Verified email at hsph.harvard.edu
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Lifespan extension induced by AMPK and calcineurin is mediated by CRTC-1 and CREB
W Mair, I Morantte, APC Rodrigues, G Manning, M Montminy, RJ Shaw, ...
Nature 470 (7334), 404-408, 2011
3152011
RPN-6 determines C. elegans longevity under proteotoxic stress conditions
D Vilchez, I Morantte, Z Liu, PM Douglas, C Merkwirth, APC Rodrigues, ...
Nature 489 (7415), 263-268, 2012
3102012
CREB controls hepatic lipid metabolism through nuclear hormone receptor PPAR-γ
S Herzig, S Hedrick, I Morantte, SH Koo, F Galimi, M Montminy
Nature 426 (6963), 190-193, 2003
2962003
Increased proteasome activity in human embryonic stem cells is regulated by PSMD11
D Vilchez, L Boyer, I Morantte, M Lutz, C Merkwirth, D Joyce, B Spencer, ...
Nature 489 (7415), 304-308, 2012
2792012
Attenuation of a phosphorylation-dependent activator by an HDAC–PP1 complex
G Canettieri, I Morantte, E Guzmán, H Asahara, S Herzig, SD Anderson, ...
Nature Structural & Molecular Biology 10 (3), 175-181, 2003
2312003
Coordinated and compartmentalized neuromodulation shapes sensory processing in Drosophila
R Cohn, I Morantte, V Ruta
Cell 163 (7), 1742-1755, 2015
2172015
Functional interdependence at the chromatin level between the MKK6/p38 and IGF1/PI3K/AKT pathways during muscle differentiation
C Serra, D Palacios, C Mozzetta, SV Forcales, I Morantte, M Ripani, ...
Molecular cell 28 (2), 200-213, 2007
1792007
Neuronal CRTC-1 governs systemic mitochondrial metabolism and lifespan via a catecholamine signal
K Burkewitz, I Morantte, HJM Weir, R Yeo, Y Zhang, FK Huynh, ...
Cell 160 (5), 842-855, 2015
1122015
Splicing factor 1 modulates dietary restriction and TORC1 pathway longevity in C. elegans
C Heintz, TK Doktor, A Lanjuin, CC Escoubas, Y Zhang, HJ Weir, S Dutta, ...
Nature 541 (7635), 102-106, 2017
942017
Humanization of an anti-ICAM-1 antibody with over 50-fold affinity and functional improvement
GX Luo, LA Kohlstaedt, CH Charles, E Gorfain, I Morantte, JH Williams, ...
Journal of immunological methods 275 (1), 31-40, 2003
412003
Distinct dopamine receptor pathways underlie the temporal sensitivity of associative learning
A Handler, TGW Graham, R Cohn, I Morantte, AF Siliciano, J Zeng, Y Li, ...
Cell 178 (1), 60-75. e19, 2019
372019
Prevention of human rhinovirus infection by multivalent fab molecules directed against ICAM-1
CH Charles, GX Luo, LA Kohlstaedt, IG Morantte, E Gorfain, L Cao, ...
Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy 47 (5), 1503-1508, 2003
302003
FOXO4 is necessary for neural differentiation of human embryonic stem cells
D Vilchez, L Boyer, M Lutz, C Merkwirth, I Morantte, C Tse, B Spencer, ...
Aging cell, 2013
272013
Activation of thyroid hormone is transcriptionally regulated by epidermal growth factor in human placenta-derived JEG3 cells
G Canettieri, A Franchi, M Della Guardia, I Morantte, MG Santaguida, ...
Endocrinology 149 (2), 695-702, 2008
222008
Increased proteasome activity determines human embryonic stem cell identity
D Vilchez, L Boyer, I Morantte, M Lutz, C Merkwirth, D Joyce, B Spencer, ...
Nature 489 (7415), 304, 2012
12012
INCREASING LIFESPAN BY MODULATING CRTC EXPRESSION OR LOCALIZATION, AND METHODS OF SCREENING FOR MODULATORS OF SAME
A DILLIN, W MAIR, I MORANTTE, R SHAW
WO Patent 2,010,151,880, 2010
2010
INCREASING LIFESPAN BY MODULATING CRTC EXPRESSION OR LOCALIZATION, AND METHODS OF SCREENING FOR MODULATORS OF SAME
A Dillin, W Mair, I Morantte, R Shaw
US Patent App. 13/380,724, 2010
2010
Inhibition of human rhinovirus (HRV) infection by a tetravalent anti-ICAM-1 Fab fusion protein, CFY196
CH Charles, GX Luo, LA Kohlstaedt, L Cao, JH Williams, G Husted, ...
ANTIVIRAL RESEARCH 57 (3), A90-A90, 2003
2003
Prevention of human rhinovirus infection by a novel class of multivalent Fab molecules directed against ICAM-1
F Fang, CH Charles, GX Luo, LA Kohlstaedt, IG Morantte, E Gorfain, ...
ANTIVIRAL RESEARCH 53 (3), A65-A65, 2002
2002
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