NERGADZE, SOLOMON
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 3.275
EU - Europa 2.259
AS - Asia 1.456
OC - Oceania 6
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 4
SA - Sud America 3
AF - Africa 1
Totale 7.004
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 3.246
CN - Cina 1.441
IE - Irlanda 743
UA - Ucraina 443
FI - Finlandia 303
DE - Germania 278
IT - Italia 191
SE - Svezia 119
GB - Regno Unito 97
BE - Belgio 54
CA - Canada 27
FR - Francia 19
NL - Olanda 7
TR - Turchia 6
EU - Europa 4
RU - Federazione Russa 4
AU - Australia 3
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 3
BR - Brasile 2
IN - India 2
SG - Singapore 2
CL - Cile 1
DO - Repubblica Dominicana 1
ID - Indonesia 1
IR - Iran 1
JP - Giappone 1
LU - Lussemburgo 1
MU - Mauritius 1
MX - Messico 1
SA - Arabia Saudita 1
TW - Taiwan 1
Totale 7.004
Città #
Chandler 774
Dublin 740
Jacksonville 572
Nanjing 386
Ann Arbor 258
Beijing 214
Ashburn 213
Nanchang 177
Wilmington 136
Princeton 125
Shenyang 125
Hebei 121
Medford 119
Jiaxing 98
Lawrence 97
Changsha 92
Helsinki 86
Pavia 75
Tianjin 71
New York 70
Woodbridge 63
Hangzhou 61
Boardman 57
Brussels 54
Dearborn 35
Norwalk 24
Milan 21
Toronto 21
Fairfield 19
Shanghai 18
Des Moines 17
Sesto San Giovanni 17
Verona 17
Washington 17
Jinan 9
Seattle 9
Kunming 8
Ningbo 8
Auburn Hills 7
Changchun 7
Gallarate 7
Fuzhou 6
Lanzhou 5
San Francisco 5
Berlin 4
Falls Church 4
Houston 4
Zhengzhou 4
Dalmine 3
Los Angeles 3
Pero 3
Taizhou 3
Tappahannock 3
Albi 2
Bologna 2
Catania 2
Cinisello Balsamo 2
Cork 2
Guangzhou 2
Hefei 2
Laurel 2
Orange 2
Pune 2
Redmond 2
Rivolta d'Adda 2
Shaoxing 2
Tower Hamlets 2
Turin 2
Amsterdam 1
Ardabil 1
Auckland 1
Barasso 1
Barrie 1
Borås 1
Brisbane 1
Chengdu 1
Como 1
Créteil 1
Edmonton 1
Enschede 1
Filetto 1
Gardone Val Trompia 1
Geislingen an der Steige 1
Guadalajara 1
Hanover 1
Jakarta 1
Karlsruhe 1
Leidschendam 1
Limerick 1
Lincoln 1
Luxembourg 1
Melbourne 1
Mont-Laurier 1
Newcastle upon Tyne 1
Perugia 1
Philadelphia 1
Pioltello 1
Queenstown 1
Riyadh 1
Saint Petersburg 1
Totale 5.154
Nome #
Analysis of the physical organization and of the CENP binding ability of horse centromeric satellite DNA families. 100
Insertion of ERE elements in the horse genome and gene expression regulation. 98
Assignment of the Equus caballus interleukin 8 gene (IL8) to chromosome 3q14.2->q14.3 by in situ hybridization 98
Different mechanisms contribute to the rapid genome evolution of Equids 93
Comparative analysis of the horse (Equus caballus), donkey (Equus asinus) and zebra (Equus grevyi) karyotypes. 86
Genome wide analysis of ERE1 transposable elements in the horse and in other equids: evolutionary and functional aspects. 85
Brood size, telomere length and parent-offspring color signaling in barn swallows 85
Rapid evolution of satellite DNA in Equidae. 84
Evolution and instability of a human interstitial telomeric repeat organized in a head-to-head fashion. 83
Inhibition of the DNA-dependent protein kinase catalytic subunit by RNAi makes HeLa cells more prone to gene amplification. 82
Contribution of telomerase RNA retrotranscription to DNA double-strand break repair during mammalian genome evolution 80
New roles of telomeres and telomerase 80
Evolutionary centromere repositioning in the genus Equus 78
Centromere positioning and organization of satellite DNA sequences in equidae. 78
TERRA Expression Levels Do Not Correlate with Telomere Length and Radiation Sensitivity in Human Cancer Cell Lines. 78
Genome wide analysis and insertion polymorphism of the Equine Repetitive Element ERE1 78
Centromere sliding on a mammalian chromosome. 77
The Role of Telomeres and Telomerase in Cancer Research. 76
Mitochondrial genomes from modern horses reveal the major haplogroups that underwent domestication 76
Telomeric repeats far from the end: transcription and putative function as splicing regulators. 76
Caratterizzazione Molecolare e Citogenetica di Quattro Sequenze di Tipo Satellite del Genoma Equino 75
ERE insertion polymorphism in the horse genome. 74
Interstitial Telomeric Repeats in the Horse Genome: Molecular Markers for Population Genetics, Paternity Testing and Phylogenetic Studies. 73
Alteration in DNA replication in inirradiated basal cell nevus syndrome fibroblasts and effect of ionizing radiation. 71
Both subunits of human telomerase are required to immortalize primary fibroblasts from Equus species 71
Changes in the cytogenetic indices in the bone marrow cells of white rats undergoing mechanical trauma of various degrees of severity. 70
Interstitial Telomeric Repeats: A New Class Of Polymorphic Markers In The Horse Genome. 70
Horse mitochondrial genomes: at least 17 matrilineal lineages underwent domestication. 70
Analysis of TERRA expression in Head and Neck Tumors. 68
Molecular architecture of the multifunctional collagen lysyl hydroxylase and glycosyltransferase LH3 68
Interstitial telomeric repeats in the horse genome: molecular markers for population genetics, paternity testing and phylogenetic studies 67
[DNA replication in intact and X-ray-irradiated cells in the Cockayne syndrome. 66
Architecture of the major horse satellite DNA families. 66
Assortative mating for telomere length and antioxidant capacity in barn swallows (Hirundo rustica) 66
New polymorphism in heterochromatin regions of Equus asinus chromosomes detected by horse DNA satellite probes 65
Analysis of TERRA expression in Head and Neck Tumors. 65
Different genome organization in two new cell lines established from human gastric carcinoma. 64
Human intrachromosomal telomeric-like repeats: sequence organization and mechanisms of origin 63
CpG-island promoters drive transcription of human telomeres 63
The interrelation between changes in the structural organization of replicon clusters, a retarded fork displacement rate and the high level of spontaneous SCEs in form II of xeroderma pigmentosum. 63
Birth, evolution and transmission of mammalian centromeric domains. 63
Mitochondrial DNA insertions in the nuclear horse genome 62
Immortalization Of Primary Fibroblasts From Equus Species By Ectopic Expression Of Human Telomerase. 62
The major horse satellite DNA family is associated with centromere competence 62
Plant & Animal Genomes XVII Conference 61
Ectopic expression of human telomerase allows the immortalization of primary cells from Equus species 61
Uncoupling of satellite DNA and centromeric function in the genus Equus 61
The mechanism of radioresistant DNA synthesis in ataxia-telangiectasia 61
Evolutionary movement of centromeres in horse, donkey and zebra. 61
Immortalization of Primary Fibroblasts from Equus species by Ectopic Expression of Human Telomerase 60
[The relation of the characteristics of DNA replication to cell sensitivity to ionizing radiation in xeroderma pigmentosum in form II (XP2CP) 60
Genome-wide evolutionary and functional analysis of the Equine Repetitive Element 1: an insertion in the myostatin promoter affects gene expression 60
Phylogeny of horse chromosome 5q in the genus Equus and centromere repositioning 59
Polymorphic organization of constitutive heterochromatin in Equus asinus (2n=62) chromosome 1. 58
A retarded DNA-chain growth and fork-displacement rate and a high number of spontaneous sister chromatid exchanges in Xeroderma Pigmentosum form II. 58
Involvement of telomerase in DNA double-strand break repair: an evolutionary approach. 58
Physical organization and CENP binding ability of horse centromeric satellite DNA families. 58
Intrachromosomal telomere-like repeats in the human genome. 57
Satellite DNA at the centromere is dispensable for segregation fidelity 57
DNA fiber autoradiography method modified for synchron cells cultures. 56
Molecular characterization of an evolutionary novel horse centromere. 56
DNA replication in genetic disorders with increased chromosomes' sensitivity to the ionizing radiation. 55
Spontaneous telomerase activation in ALT cells 55
Role of staphylococcus alpha-toxin in development of secondary immunodeficiancy. 55
Insertion of telomerase RNA retrotranscripts at DNA double-strand break sites during mammalian genome evolution. 55
Evolution and instability of a human interstitial telomeric repeat organized in a head-to-head fashion 54
Radioresistant DNA synthesis in cells from patients with genetic diseases. 54
The effect of staphylococcal alpha-toxin on DNA replication in human cells. 54
Genome sequence, comparative analysis and population genetics of the domestic horse (Equus caballus) 54
Gene amplification in human cells knocked down for RAD54 54
Decreased number of simultaneously operating adjacent clusters of replicons in some human strains with and without X-irradiation. 53
Physical organization and CENP binding ability of horse centromeric satellite DNA families. 53
Evolutionary novel centromeres in the genus Equus 53
The retardation of DNA synthesis in adjacent replicon clusters in the lymphocytes of patients with Down's syndrome as a model of premature aging. 52
The action of ionizing radiation on DNA replication in the cells of a healthy human subject and of a patient with Down's syndrome. 52
Interstitial telomeric repeats in the regulation of gene expression and in genome stability. 52
Human intrachromosomal telomere-like repeats; relics of ancestral double-strand breaks repair. 52
Early-life telomere dynamics differ between the sexes and predict growth in the barn swallow (Hirundo rustica) 52
Discovery and Comparative Analysis of a Novel Satellite, EC137, in Horses and Other Equids 51
Telomere length is reflected by plumage coloration and predicts seasonal reproductive success in the barn swallow 51
Insertion of telomeric repeats at intrachromosomal break sites during primate evolution. 50
More on the lack of correlation between TERRA expression and telomere length 50
The catalytic and the RNA subunits of human telomerase are required to immortalize equid primary fibroblasts 50
Insertion of Telomerase RNA Retrotranscripts at DNA Double-Strand Break Sites During Mammalian Genome Evolution 49
Radioresistant DNA synthesis in genetic disorders is a consequence of a marked reduction in the number of simultaneously operating groups of replicons in unirradiated cells. 49
New polymorphism in heterochromatin regions of Equus asinus chromosomes detected by horse DNA satellite probes. 49
High frequency of telomeric repeats and mitochondrial DNA insertions in the horse genome. 49
Cloning and chromosomal localization of four satellite-type DNA sequences from the horse genome. 48
Insertion of telomeric repeats at intrachromosomal double strand break sites during primate evolution. 47
Cloning, localization and sequencing of three human intrachromosomal telomere-like repetitions: new hypothesis about their origin. 47
Decreased frequency of activation of replicon clusters in Down syndrome lymphocytes 47
Cytogenetic mechanisms of the increased resistant to mechanic trauma. 47
Interstitial Telomeric Repeats: A new class of polymorphic markers in the horse genome 46
Telomerase activation in ALT cells. 46
Plasticity of two satellite DNA sequences in equidae. 46
Functional analysis of mammalian centromeric domains by DNA fiber immuno-FISH 46
CENP-A binding domains and recombination patterns in horse spermatocytes 46
[The relation between a retarded fork-displacement rate and a high level of spontaneous sister chromatid exchanges in Xeroderma Pigmentosum (XPII) 45
Estudio de la amplificacion genica en lineas celulares humanas defectivas en los mecanizmos de reparacion del ADN. 45
Cloning and localization of three satellites and of a microsatellite rich region from the horse genome. 45
Totale 6.238
Categoria #
all - tutte 20.399
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 20.399


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/201924 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 8 9
2019/20201.876 459 707 8 84 14 99 8 139 11 133 190 24
2020/2021945 105 88 23 95 12 101 14 153 93 125 116 20
2021/2022614 10 13 22 11 17 13 18 41 35 14 93 327
2022/20232.171 206 203 19 200 204 214 0 128 916 12 47 22
2023/2024639 88 137 32 50 75 210 8 28 9 2 0 0
Totale 7.110