Renato V. Iozzo, MD, PhD (honoris casusa)

Renato V. Iozzo, MD, PhD (honoris casusa)

Contact Dr. Iozzo

1020 Locust Street
336 JAH
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-2208
(215) 923-7969 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Autophagic degradation of HAS2 in endothelial cells: A novel mechanism to regulate angiogenesis
  2. Mediation of Cartilage Matrix Degeneration and Fibrillation by Decorin in Post-traumatic Osteoarthritis
  3. Endorepellin evokes an angiostatic stress signaling cascade in endothelial cells
  4. A simplified aortic ring assay: A useful ex vivo method to assess biochemical and functional parameters of angiogenesis
  5. Complexity of matrix phenotypes
  6. Catabolic degradation of endothelial VEGFA via autophagy
  7. Proteoglycan signaling in tumor angiogenesis and endothelial cell autophagy
  8. Discoidin Domain Receptor 1 functionally interacts with the IGF-I system in bladder cancer
  9. Deregulated expression of Elastin Microfibril Interfacer 2 (EMILIN2) in gastric cancer affects tumor growth and angiogenesis
  10. Multimerin-2 maintains vascular stability and permeability
  11. Proteoglycan-driven Autophagy: A Nutrient-independent Mechanism to Control Intracellular Catabolism
  12. Progranulin/EphA2 axis: A novel oncogenic mechanism in bladder cancer
  13. Metabolic reprogramming of murine cardiomyocytes during autophagy requires the extracellular nutrient sensor decorin
  14. Decorin Regulates the Aggrecan Network Integrity and Biomechanical Functions of Cartilage Extracellular Matrix
  15. Extracellular matrix: The gatekeeper of tumor angiogenesis
  16. Second-harmonic generation microscopy analysis reveals proteoglycan decorin is necessary for proper collagen organization in prostate
  17. Tumor-suppressive functions of 4-MU on breast cancer cells of different ER status: Regulation of hyaluronan/HAS2/CD44 and specific matrix effectors
  18. Prostate cancer sheds the αvβ3 integrin in vivo through exosomes
  19. Systemic Factors Trigger Vasculature Cells to Drive Notch Signaling and Neurogenesis in Neural Stem Cells in the Adult Brain
  20. Biglycan evokes autophagy in macrophages via a novel CD44/Toll-like receptor 4 signaling axis in ischemia/reperfusion injury