Journal of Biomaterials

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Biomaterials -Cell Culture-Gianfranco Peluso


Institute of Agro-Environmental and Forest Biology IBAF.


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Gianfranco Peluso


Research Director National Research Council via Castellino, 111 80131 Naples, Italy.

Research Interests:

Cell Culture, Material Characterization, Materials, Proteins, Cell Biology, Apoptosis, Biomaterials, Cell Proliferation, Cancer, Macrophage, Cells, Cell Adhesion, Hydrogel, Monocytes, T-Cell Culture, SPECT, Tissue, Adipocytes, Fibroblast, Neuropeptide.


  1. Transglutaminase-Catalyzed Crosslinking of an Immunosuppressive and Anti-Inflammatory Protein Secreted from the Rat Seminal Vesicles.
  2. T-lymphocyte subsets in pregnant women with Graves' disease.
  3. Implication of Transglutaminase in Mitogen-Induced Human Lymphocyte Blast Transformation.
  4. Factors modulating immunocompatibility of spermatozoa: role of transglutaminase and SV-IV, one of the major proteins secreted from the rat seminal vesicle epithelium.
  5. B-lipotropin 61-76 and 61-91 fragments act as transglutaminase substrates in vitro.
  6. Immunosuppressive properties of human seminal plasma and their possible biological and clinical significance: role of the proteins immunorelated to the rat SV-IV protein.
  7. Transglutaminase in cell proliferation and transformation.
  8. Pemphigus vulgaris in only one of two monozygotic twins.
  9. Cancer antigen 125, tissue polypeptide antigen, carcinoembryonic antigen, and beta‐chain human chorionic gonadotropin as serum markers of epithelial ovarian carcinoma.
  10. Protein family immunorelated to a sperm-binding protein and its regulation in human semen.