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Vincenzo Carnevale

Temple University

Molecular Biosciences


Vincenzo Carnevale (2017): Mechanism of Temperature Sensitivity in TRPV1 Channel, 2017 Blue Waters Annual Report, pp202-203
Marina A Kasimova, Aysenur Yazici, Yevgen Yudin, Daniele Granata, Michael L. Klein, Tibor Rohacs, and Vincenzo Carnevale (2017): TRPV1 Activation Relies on Hydration/dehydration of Nonpolar Cavities , (submitted), Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory


Eugene Palovcak, Lucie Delemotte, Michael L. Klein, and Vincenzo Carnevale (2015): Comparative Sequence Analysis Suggests a Conserved Gating Mechanism for TRP Channels, The Journal of General Physiology, Rockefeller University Press, Vol 146, Num 1, pp37--50
Khaled Elokely, Phanindra Velisetty, Lucie Delemotte, Eugene Palovcak, Michael L. Klein, Tibor Rohacs, and Vincenzo Carnevale (2015): Understanding TRPV1 Activation by Ligands: Insights from the Binding Modes of Capsaicin and Resiniferatoxin, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Sciences, Vol 113, Num 2, ppE137--E145
Luca Ponzoni, Guido Polles, Vincenzo Carnevale, and Cristian Micheletti (2015): SPECTRUS: A Dimensionality Reduction Approach for Identifying Dynamical Domains in Protein Complexes from Limited Structural Datasets, Structure, Elsevier BV, Vol 23, Num 8, pp1516--1525
Eleonora Gianti: TRPA1 as a Drug Target for the Treatment of Chronic Pain
Blue Waters Symposium 2017, May 16, 2017