FERRARI, Simone
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 3.441
EU - Europa 1.586
AS - Asia 463
SA - Sud America 40
OC - Oceania 9
AF - Africa 4
Totale 5.543
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 3.409
IT - Italia 656
UA - Ucraina 185
IE - Irlanda 174
IN - India 174
CN - Cina 165
SE - Svezia 153
FI - Finlandia 144
DE - Germania 111
SG - Singapore 110
BG - Bulgaria 52
AR - Argentina 39
GB - Regno Unito 38
CA - Canada 24
ES - Italia 13
FR - Francia 13
BE - Belgio 10
AU - Australia 8
MX - Messico 8
NL - Olanda 7
RO - Romania 7
DK - Danimarca 6
PL - Polonia 6
JP - Giappone 4
MY - Malesia 3
RU - Federazione Russa 3
EE - Estonia 2
HK - Hong Kong 2
TR - Turchia 2
ZA - Sudafrica 2
CH - Svizzera 1
CL - Cile 1
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 1
HU - Ungheria 1
IR - Iran 1
LT - Lituania 1
LU - Lussemburgo 1
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 1
SA - Arabia Saudita 1
SC - Seychelles 1
SK - Slovacchia (Repubblica Slovacca) 1
TG - Togo 1
TW - Taiwan 1
Totale 5.543
Città #
Fairfield 407
Chandler 385
Rome 287
Ashburn 239
Woodbridge 210
Dearborn 185
Dublin 174
Ann Arbor 167
Seattle 155
Cambridge 147
Houston 139
Wilmington 132
Princeton 100
Plano 89
Jacksonville 76
Beijing 64
Milan 61
Helsinki 59
Millbury 53
San Paolo di Civitate 53
Sofia 52
Lawrence 42
Boston 40
Federal 39
Bremen 38
San Diego 36
Des Moines 28
Andover 23
Boardman 21
New York 21
Singapore 19
Falls Church 18
Grafing 18
Figline Valdarno 15
Hefei 15
Ladispoli 15
Washington 15
Toronto 14
Kunming 12
Norwalk 12
Florence 11
Brussels 10
Fremont 8
Ottawa 8
Adelaide 7
Bühl 7
Jinan 7
Turin 7
Copenhagen 6
Nanjing 6
Genoa 5
Guangzhou 5
Los Angeles 5
Madrid 5
Redmond 5
Verona 5
Aquila 4
Catania 4
Mentana 4
Mexico City 4
Nanchang 4
Naples 4
Parma 4
Pisa 4
Provo 4
Redwood City 4
Tijuana 4
Umeå 4
Vanves 4
Viadana 4
Bitonto 3
Bologna 3
Bracknell 3
Duncan 3
Halle 3
Kuala Lumpur 3
Leawood 3
London 3
Mannheim 3
Puerto Real 3
Pune 3
Ravenna 3
San Mateo 3
Stockholm 3
Trumbull 3
Warsaw 3
Xian 3
Zhengzhou 3
Amsterdam 2
Arnsberg 2
Bagni di Lucca 2
Baotou 2
Bari 2
Berkeley 2
Bhubaneswar 2
Buffalo 2
Cabras 2
Cagliari 2
Cattolica 2
Cesena 2
Totale 3.916
Nome #
An EFR-Cf-9 chimera confers enhanced resistance to bacterial pathogens by SOBIR1- and BAK1-dependent recognition of elf18 109
Cell wall traits that influence plant development, immunity, and bioconversion 107
Combination of Pretreatment with White Rot Fungi and Modification of Primary and Secondary Cell Walls Improves Saccharification 106
Methods of isolation and characterization of oligogalacturonide elicitors 106
Il sistema immunitario della pianta: basi biochimiche e molecolari del riconoscimento dei patogeni e dell'attivazione delle difese della pianta 106
The Arabidopsis thaliana Class III Peroxidase AtPRX71 Negatively Regulates Growth under Physiological Conditions and in Response to Cell Wall Damage 102
Plant immunity triggered by engineered in vivo release of oligogalacturonides, damage-associated molecular patterns. 95
Biological Elicitors of Plant Secondary Metabolites: Mode of Action and Use in the Production of Nutraceutics 93
The Arabidopsis LYSIN MOTIF-CONTAINING RECEPTOR-LIKE KINASE3 Regulates the Cross Talk between Immunity and Abscisic Acid Responses 93
Rha1, a new mutant of Arabidopsis disturbed in root slanting, gravitropism and auxin physiology 92
Extracellular DAMPs in plants and mammals: immunity, tissue damage and repair 92
Analysis of pectin mutants and natural accessions of Arabidopsis highlights the impact of de-methyl-esterified homogalacturonan on tissue saccharification 92
Host cell wall damage during pathogen infection: mechanisms of perception and role in plant-pathogen interactions 92
Transgenic Expression of a Fungal Endo-Polygalacturonase Increases Plant Resistance to Pathogens and Reduces Auxin Sensitivity 91
Engineering the cell wall by reducing de-methyl-esterified homogalacturonan improves saccharification of plant tissues for bioconversion 89
The cotton wall-associated kinase GhWAK7A mediates responses to fungal wilt pathogens by complexing with the chitin sensory receptors 89
The ancient battle between plants and pathogens: resilience of the plant cell wall and damage-associated molecular patterns (DAMPs) drive plant immunity 87
A new mutant of Arabidopsis disturbed in its roots, right-handed slanting, and gravitropism defines a gene that encodes a heat-shock factor 87
A new Arabidopsis thaliana root gravitropism and chirality mutant 87
Host-derived signals activate plant innate immunity. 86
Controlled expression of pectic enzymes in Arabidopsis thaliana enhances biomass conversion without adverse effects on growth 84
Polygalacturonase-inhibiting protein 2 of Phaseolus vulgaris inhibits BcPG1, a polygalacturonase of Botrytis cinerea important for pathogenicity, and protects transgenic plants from infection. 81
Alteration of pectin integrity by expression of a fungal polygalacturonase enhances pathogen resistance. 80
Deconstruction by microbial cell wall degrading enzymes to convert plant biomass into 2nd generation biofuels 78
Activation of defense response pathways by OGs and Flg22 elicitors in Arabidopsis seedlings 77
HOST-DERIVED SIGNALS ACTIVATE PLANT INNATE IMMUNITY 75
Oligogalacturonide-auxin antagonism does not require post-transcriptional gene silencing or stabilization of auxin response repressors in Arabidopsis 74
The AtrbohD-Mediated Oxidative Burst Elicited by Oligogalacturonides in Arabidopsis Is Dispensable for the Activation of Defense Responses Effective against Botrytis cinerea 72
Arabidopsis MPK3 and MPK6 Play Different Roles in Basal and Oligogalacturonide- or Flagellin-Induced Resistance against Botrytis cinerea 72
Antisense expression of the Arabidopsis thaliana AtPGIP1 gene reduces polygalacturonase-inhibiting protein accumulation and enhances susceptibility to Botrytis cinerea 71
Editorial for Phytochemistry issue 'In memory of G. Paul Bolwell: Plant cell wall dynamics' 70
The esterification status and the length of acidic stretches of homogalacturonan is critical for plant biomass processing. 69
Coordination of five class III peroxidase-encoding genes for early germination events of Arabidopsis thaliana 69
Recognition and signalling in the cell wall: the case of endopolygalacturonase, PGIP and oligogalacturonides 68
PECTIN MODIFICATION IMPROVES UTILIZATION OF PLANT BIOMASSES TO BIOFUEL CONVERSION 68
Impaired cuticle functionality and robust resistance to Botrytis cinerea in Arabidopsis thaliana plants with altered Homogalacturonan integrity are dependent on the class III Peroxidase AtPRX71 65
Targeted pectin modification to improve cell wall saccharification for biofuel production 63
Oligogalacturonide signalling: sensing a breach in the wall 62
Exploring the pectin network to identify determinants of plant resistance to pathogens 60
Transient silencing of the grapevine gene VvPGIP1 by agroinfiltration with a construct for RNA interference 59
The plasma membrane-associated Ca2+ - binding protein PCaP1 is required for oligogalacturonide and flagellin-induced priming and immunity 58
Isolation of novel Arabidopsis mutants with altered defensin expression. 57
Integrated plant biotechnologies applied to safer and healthier food production: The Nutra-Snack manufacturing chain 57
Pectin modification to improve plant biomass utilization 56
Oligogalacturonides: plant damage-associated molecular patterns and regulators of growth and development 56
The Arabidopsis thaliana LYSM-CONTAINING RECEPTOR-LIKE KINASE 2 is required for elicitor-induced resistance to pathogens 55
THE STRUCTURE OF HOMOGALACTURONAN IS CRITICAL FOR PLANT BIOMASS PROCESSING 54
Structure-function and molecular studies on fungal polygalacturonases and their inhibitors PGIPs 53
Arabidopsis local resistance to Botrytis cinerea involves salicylic acid and camalexin and requires EDS4 and PAD2, but not SID2, EDS5 or PAD4 53
Pectin modification to improve cell wall saccharification for biofuel production 52
New components of the ethylene signaling pathway uncovered by a novel mutant screen 51
Pathogen-resistance induced by transgenic expression of a fungal polygalacturonase can be suppressed by auxin 51
PGIPs: LRR cell wall proteins involved in defense and development 50
Improved saccharification of plant cell wall through in muro pectin modification 50
Transgenic expression of polygalacturonase-inhibiting proteins in Arabidopsis and wheat increases resistance to the flower pathogen Fusarium graminearum 50
Polygalacturonase-inhibiting proteins in defense against phytopathogenic fungi 48
Plants expressing a fungal polygalacturonase have enhanced pathogen resistance and altered auxin responses 48
Homogalacturonan plays a critical role in processing of plant biomass 47
Early transduction elements involved in oligogalacturonide signalling 47
Constitutive expression of a fungal endo-polygalacturonase increases plant resistance to pathogens and alters the auxin percepetion 46
Oligogalacturonide signalling: sensing a breach in the wall. 44
Oligogalacturonides regulate plant defense and development by antagonizing auxin signalling 44
Insight into plant defense strategies by studying PGIPs, polygalacturonases and oligogalacturonides. 44
Dissection of oligogalaturonide-mediated signalling: role in defence and development 44
Tryptophan-Derived Metabolites Are Required for Antifungal Defense in the Arabidopsis mlo2 Mutant 44
Tandemly duplicated Arabidopsis genes encoding Polygalacturonase-Inhibiting Proteins (PGIPs) are coordinately regulated by different signal transduction pathways in response to fungal infection. 43
Exploiting polygalacturonase-inhibiting proteins (PGIPs) to engineer novel plant receptors. 42
Genetic and Genomic Approaches to Dissect Plant Defense Responses mediated by Elicitors. 41
Insights into plant defence strategies by studying PGIPs, polygalacturonases and oligogalacturonides 40
Regulation of plant defence responses by hormones 40
Oligogalacturonide-Mediated Responses In Arabidopsis thaliana. 39
Exploring the pectin Network to identify Determinants of plant Resistance to Pathogens. 39
Uso di piante con un ridotti livelli di omogalatturonano de-esterificato nella parete cellulare o parti di esse per migliorare la saccarificazione di biomasse vegetali 38
The non-traditional growth regulator pectimorf is an elicitor of defense responses and protects Arabidopsis against Botrytis cinerea 38
Full genome analysis of Arabidopsis responses to oligogalacturonide elicitors and fungal infection. 37
OLIGOGALACTURONIDE-AUXIN ANTAGONISM DOES NOT REQUIRE POST-TRANSCRIPTIONAL GENE SILENCING OR STABILIZATION OF AUXIN RESPONSE REPRESSORS IN Arabidopsis thaliana 37
Phosphoproteomic analysis of Arabidopsis membranes reveals novel elements involved in response to oligogalacturonides 37
Full genome analysis of Arabidopsis thaliana responses mediated by cell wall-derived elicitors. 36
Characterization of Arabidopsis MAMP Response Pathways. 35
Resistance to Botrytis cinerea induced in Arabidopsis by elicitors is indipendent of salicylic acid, ethylene or jasmonate signaling but requires PAD3 34
Use of plants with reduced levels of de-esterified homogalacturonan in the cell wall or portions thereof for improving the saccharification of plant biomasses 34
Polygalacturonase inhibiting proteins (PGIPs: plant leucine-reach repeat involved in defence against pathogens. 33
Characterization of two Arabidopsis endo-polygalacturonase-inhibiting proteins. 33
Insights into plant defence strategies by studying PGIPs, polygalacturonases and oligogalacturonides 33
PGIPs: LRR cell wall proteins involved in defence and development". 32
Role of Polygalacturonase-Inhibiting Proteins in the Arabidopsis thaliana-Fusarium graminearum interaction. 31
Use of plants with reduced levels of de-esterified homogalacturonan in the cell wall or portions thereof for improving the saccharification of plant biomasses 31
The RHA1 gene of Arabidopsis thaliana encodes a novel heat shock factor, possibly a transducer of auxin and gravity signals in root cells 30
Structural and molecular studies on the cell wall protein PGIPs. 30
Identification of polygalacturonase-inhibiting protein (PGIP) genes in Arabidopsis thaliana. 29
Priming of special metabolism in Arabidopsis thaliana mediates elicitor-induced resistance to fungal infection 26
Efficient utilization of monosaccharides from agri-food byproducts supports Chlorella vulgaris biomass production under mixotrophic conditions 25
Use of plants with reduced levels of de-esterified homogalacturonan in the cell wall or portion thereof for improving the saccharification of plant biomasses 25
Genome-wide transcriptional profiles of Arabidopsis thaliana in response to oligogalacturonide elicitors and fungal infection. 25
Regulation of elicitor-triggered production of phytoalexins in Arabidopsis 24
Structure-function studies on the leucine-rich repeat polygalacturonase-inhibiting protein (PGIP). 24
Role of pectin degradation in plant-pathogen interactions. 23
Plant LRR proteins: Role in development and defense 23
Ruolo degli ormoni vegetali nella regolazione delle risposte immunitarie 17
Plant defense responses against necrotrophic fungi are activated through multiple signaling pathways. 15
Totale 5.696
Categoria #
all - tutte 13.912
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 415
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 14.327


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019265 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 144 121
2019/20201.047 151 27 7 39 72 233 174 118 96 78 35 17
2020/2021532 59 37 27 43 10 35 7 77 68 94 46 29
2021/20221.168 14 65 102 16 128 21 17 90 71 78 357 209
2022/20231.297 194 186 67 175 143 182 4 165 73 13 57 38
2023/2024877 22 127 39 25 110 165 76 106 23 113 71 0
Totale 5.724