June 29, 2022
Myocardial regeneration protocols towards the routine clinical scenario: An unseemly path from bench to bedside
Published in eClinicalMedicine part of THE LANCET Discovery Science, Volume 50, 101530, August 01, 2022 Nadia Salerno, Luca Salerno, Fabiola...Read More
New MaCCLAB paper published in Diabetes!
Diabetes-Induced Cellular Senescence and Senescence-Associated Secretory Phenotype Impair Cardiac Regeneration and Function Independently of Age. Diabetes, 2022 May 1;71(5):1081-1098. doi: 10.2337/db21-0536 Marino...Read More
Our new paper published in Communications Biology (Nature Portfolio)!
In vitro CSC-derived cardiomyocytes exhibit the typical microRNA-mRNA blueprint of endogenous cardiomyocytes. Communications Biology, volume 4, Article number: 1146 |...Read More
The baby and the bath water: adult cardiac stem cells revisited.
Bernardo Nadal-Ginard, Eleonora Cianflone and Daniele Torella European Heart Journal, ehab335, Published: 21 June 2021. Heart failure (HF), the...Read More
April 27, 2020 / local press
Local press: Mixomi atriali – Scoperta l’origine dei tumori del cuore dal Laboratorio di Cardiologia Molecolare e Cellulare dell’UMG
Lo studio è stato pubblicato sulla rivista ‘European Heart Journal’, ad oggi la più prestigiosa al mondo per impatto scientifico in ambito cardiovascolare (con un IF=25 la prima delle 136 riviste “Cardiac & Cardiovascular Systems”).Read More
April 25, 2020 / new paper
“Atrial myxomas arise from multipotent cardiac stem cells” published in the European Heart Journal
The paper received the editorial by Prof. Mark A. Sussman: 'Atrial Myxoma: the cardiac chameleon'. European Heart Journal, ehaa208.Read More
November 11, 2019 / LabNews
Teresa Mancuso was awarded with the Best Poster Presentation at 22nd SIRC Congress
Teresa Mancuso was awarded with the best poster presentation by a Young Investigator at 22nd Congress of the Italian Society of Cardiovascular Research (SIRC).Read More
June 4, 2019 / new paper
New MaCCardio LAB article in Cell Death & Disease
Abstract. An overdose of Isoproterenol (ISO) causes acute cardiomyocyte (CM) dropout and activates the resident cardiac c-kitpos stem/progenitor cells (CSCs) generating a burst of new CM formation that replaces those lost to ISO. Recently, unsuccessful attempts to reproduce these findings using c-kitCre knock-in (KI) mouse models were reported.Read More
October 23, 2018 / LabNews
Welcome to the website of the MaCCardio LAB!
Prof. Daniele Torella and his collaborators are proud to present all the research activities and the achieved results of the...Read More
March 23, 2018 / local press
Local Press: Ecco il «kit» che rigenera il cuore dopo un attacco cardiaco
Ecco l’eccezionale traguardo ottenuto dal team di ricerca del Laboratorio di Cardiologia Molecolare e Cellulare dell’Università Magna Graecia di Catanzaro.Read More