Martinelli Boneschi Filippo

PROFESSORE ASSOCIATO
SSD
MED/26 - NEUROLOGIA
Settore concorsuale
06/D6 - NEUROLOGIA

Referenti e contatti

Sede di lavoro

Via Morandi, 30
20097 SAN DONATO MILANESE (MI)

Altri numeri di telefono
0252774692
E-mail di ateneo
Ricevimento
Giovedi 14.00-16.00
Luogo di ricevimento
Policlinico San Donato

Didattica

Ricerca

Pubblicazioni
  • Untangling Extracellular Proteasome-Osteopontin Circuit Dynamics in Multiple Sclerosis / C. Dianzani, D. Vecchio, N. Clemente, A. Chiocchetti, F. Martinelli Boneschi, D. Galimberti, U. Dianzani, C. Comi, M. Mishto, J. Liepe. - In: CELLS. - ISSN 2073-4409. - 8:3(2019 Mar 20).
  • Safety and efficacy of nabiximols on spasticity symptoms in patients with motor neuron disease (CANALS): a multicentre, double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled, phase 2 trial / N. Riva, G. Mora, G. Soraru, C. Lunetta, O.E. Ferraro, Y. Falzone, L. Leocani, R. Fazio, M. Comola, G. Comi, F. Formaglio, P. Rossi, M. Clerici, Y.M. Falzone, L. Pozzi, D. Martinelli, F. Cerri, I.D. Lopez, F. Martinelli-Boneschi, A. Quattrini, E. Pieri, K. Marinou, G. Querin, V. Sansone, E. Maestri, A. Calvo, A. Chio. - In: LANCET NEUROLOGY. - ISSN 1474-4422. - 18:2(2019 Feb), pp. 155-164.
  • Response to the commentary “The effect of C9orf72 intermediate repeat expansions in neurodegenerative and autoimmune diseases” by Biasiotto G and Zanella I. / C. Tiloca, M. Sorosina, F. Esposito, S. Peroni, C. Colombrita, N. Ticozzi, A. Ratti, F.M. Boneschi, V. Silani. - In: MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS AND RELATED DISORDERS. - ISSN 2211-0348. - 27(2019), pp. 79-80.
  • A systems biology approach uncovers cell-specific gene regulatory effects of genetic associations in multiple sclerosis / M. Lohith, N.A. Patsopoulos, C. Chris, S.D. Bos, B. Ashley, M. Jacob, K. Kicheol, J. Xiaoming, S. Adam, S.J. Caillier, T.F.M. Andlauer, L.F. Barcellos, B. Tone, B. Luisa, F. MARTINELLI BONESCHI, D.R. Booth, B. Farren, E.G. Celius, C. Manuel, C. Giancarlo, B.A.C. Cree, D. Sandra, D. Katrina, D. Pierre, D. Efthimios, E. Federica, F. Bertrand, G. Christiane, A. Goris, D. Bénédicte, G. Pierre-Antoine, H. Georgios, H. Jonathan, H. Clive, H. Bernhard, H. Rogier, H. Dana, I. Noriko, K. Seema, K. Jun-ichi, K. Michael, K. Ingrid, C.M. Lill, M.R. Lincoln, L. Felix, M. Roland, O. Annette, P. Aarno, M.A. Pericak-Vance, H. Roland, S. Janna, I. Adrian, O. Tomas, B.V. Taylor, G.J. Stewart, H.F. Harbo, C. Alastair, S.L. Hauser, D.A. Hafler, Z. Frauke, Philip De Jage, S. Stephen, J.R. Oksenberg &, S.E. Baranzini. - In: NATURE COMMUNICATIONS. - ISSN 2041-1723. - 10:1(2019).
  • Exome sequencing in multiple sclerosis families identifies 12 candidate genes and nominates biological pathways for the genesis of disease / C. Vilarino-Guell, A. Zimprich, F. Martinelli-Boneschi, B. Herculano, Z. Wang, F. Matesanz, E. Urcelay, K. Vandenbroeck, L. Leyva, D. Gris, C. Massaad, J.A. Quandt, A.L. Traboulsee, M. Encarnacion, C.Q. Bernales, J. Follett, I.M. Yee, M.G. Criscuoli, A. Deutschlander, E.M. Reinthaler, T. Zrzavy, E. Mascia, A. Zauli, F. Esposito, A. Alcina, G. Izquierdo, L. Espino-Paisan, J. Mena, A. Antiguedad, P. Urbaneja-Romero, J. Ortega-Pinazo, W. Song, A.D. Sadovnick. - In: PLOS GENETICS. - ISSN 1553-7390. - 15:6(2019), pp. e1008180.1-e1008180.40.