Director: Prof. Giovanni Lombardi
Silvia Perego, Ph.D.
Silvia Perego is a senior researcher in the Laboratory of Experimental Biochemistry & Molecular Biology. She received her Master degree in Biology Applied to Research in Biomedicine in 2008 and the Ph.D. in Experimental and Clinical Nutrition in 2012 both at Università degli Studi di Milano, Milano, Italia. Her research activity focus on the endocrine function of muscle-skeletal tissue, cell and molecular biology, measurements of muscle-skeletal biomarkers.
Sansoni V, Vernillo G, Perego S, Barbuti A, Merati G, Schenza F, La Torre A, Banfi G, Lombardi G. Bone turnover response is linked to both acute and established metabolic changes in ultra-marathon runners. Endocrine 2017;56(1):196-204.
Lombardi G, Perego S, Sansoni V, Diani M, Banfi G, Altomare G. Anti-adalimumab antibodies in psoriasis: lack of clinical utility and laboratory evidences. BMJ Open 2016;6(12):e011941
Lombardi G, Sanchis-Gomar F, Perego S, Sansoni V, Banfi G. Implications of exercise-induced adipo-myokines in bone metabolism. Endocrine 2016;54(2):284-305.
Sanchis-Gomar F, Lopez Ramon M, Alis R, Garatachea N, Pareja-Galeano H, Santos Lozano A, Catalan P, Sansoni V, Perego S, Lombardi G, Loellgen H, Bueno H, Serrano-Ostariz E, Lucia A. No evidence of adverse cardiac remodeling in former elite endurance athletes. Int J Cardiol 2016;222:171-7.
Lombardi G, Perego S, Sansoni V, Banfi G. Circulating miRNA as fine regulators of the physiological responses to physical activity: pre-analytical warnings for a novel class of biomarkers. Clin Biochem 2016;49(2016):1331-9
Lombardi G, Perego S, Luzi L, Banfi G. A four-season molecule: osteocalcin. Updates in its physiological roles. Endocrine 2015;48(2):394-404
Perego S, Grasso D, Bodini BD, Cavaiani F, De Santis C, Ursino N, Pelosi C, Banfi G, Lombardi G. Perisurgical and intra-rehabilitative salivary steroid hormone profiles in bicompartmental arthroplasty. J Biol Regul Homeost Agents 2015;29(4):953-60.
Perego S, Del Favero E, De Luca P, Fiorilli A, Cantù L, Ferraretto A. Calcium bioavailability and uptake by intestinal cells following in vitro digestion of casein phosphopeptides-calcium aggregates. Food Funct 2015; 6, 1796.
Perego S, Zabeo A, Marasco E, Giussani P, Fiorilli A, Tettamanti G, A. Ferraretto A. Casein phosphopeptides modulate calcium uptake and apoptosis in Caco2 cells through their interaction with the TRPV6 calcium channel. J Functional Foods 2013, 5 (2):847-57
Perego S, Cosentino S, Fiorilli A, Tettamanti G, Ferraretto A. Casein phosphopeptides modulate proliferation and apoptosis in HT-29 cell line through their interaction with voltage operated L-type calcium channels. J Nutr Biochem. 2012, 23(7): 808-16.