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Institute of General Pathology CU Rome Publications

1. Palozza P, Calviello G, Maggiano N, Lanza P, Ranelletti FO, Bartoli GM.  Beta-carotene antagonizes the effects of eicosapentaenoic acid on cell growth and lipid peroxidation in WiDr adenocarcinoma cells. Free Rad. Biol. Med. 2000;28:228-234.

2. Palozza P, Calviello G, De Leo ME, Serini S, Bartoli GM. Canthaxanthin supplementation alters antioxidant enzymes and iron concentration in liver of Balb/c mice. J. Nutr. 2000;130:1303-1308.

3. Palozza P, Calviello G, Serini S, Maggiano N, Lanza P, Ranelletti FO, Bartoli GM. Beta-carotene at high concentrations induces apoptosis by enhancing oxy-radical production in human adenocarcinoma cells. Free Rad. Biol. Med. 2001;30:1000-1007.

4. Palozza P, Serini S, Di Nicuolo F, Calviello G. Mitogenic and apoptotic signaling by carotenoids: involvement of a redox mechanism. IUBMB Life 2001;52:77-81. Review.

5. Palozza P, Piccioni E, Avanzi L. Vertuani S, Calviello G, Manfredini S.  Design, synthesis, and antioxidant activity of FeAOX-6, a novel agent deriving from a molecular combination of the chromanyl and polyisoprenyl moieties. Free Rad. Biol. Med. 2002;33:1724-1735.

6. Palozza P, Serini S, Torsello A, Boninsegna A, Covacci V, Maggiano N, Ranelletti FO Wolf FI, Calviello G. Regulation of cell cycle progression and apoptosis by beta-carotene in undifferentiated and differentiated HL-60 leukemia cells: possible involvement of a redox mechanism. Int. J. Cancer 2002;97:593-600.

7. Palozza P, Serini S, Maggiano N, Angelini M, Boninsegna A, Di Nicuolo F, Ranelletti FO, Calviello G. Induction of cell cycle arrest and apoptosis in human colon adenocarcinoma cell lines by beta-carotene through down-regulation of cyclin A and Bcl-2 family proteins. Carcinogenesis 2002;23:11-18.

8. Serini S, Di Nicuolo F, Calviello G and Palozza P.  Regulation of cell growth by carotenoids: benefits and liabilities. In: Recent Research Development in Nutrition. Vol. 5, pp 135-149 (2002) (Ed. Pandalai SG) Kerala, India.

9. Palozza P, Serini S, Torsello A, Di Nicuolo F, Piccioni E, Ubaldi V, Pioli C, Wolf FI, CalvielloG. Beta-carotene regulates NF-kappaB DNA-binding activity by a redox mechanism in human leukemia and colon adenocarcinoma cells. J. Nutr. 2003;133:381-388.

10. Palozza P, Serini S, Torsello A, Di Nicuolo F, Maggiano N, Ranelletti FO, Wolf FI, Calviello G. Mechanism of activation of caspase cascade during beta-carotene-induced apoptosis in human tumor cells. Nutr. Cancer 2003;47:76-87.

11. Palozza P, Serini S, Di Nicuolo F, Piccioni E, Calviello G. Prooxidant effects of beta-carotene in cultured cells. Mol. Aspects Med. 2003;24:353-362.

12. Trombino S, Serini S, Di Nicuolo F, Celleno L, Andò S, Picci N, Calviello G, Palozza P. Antioxidant effect of ferulic acid in isolated membranes and intact cells: synergistic interactions with alpha-tocopherol, beta-carotene, and ascorbic acid. J. Agric. Food Chem. 2004;52:2411-2420.

13. Vecchini A, Ceccarelli V, Susta F, Caligiana P, Orvietani P, Binaglia L, Nocentini G, Riccardi C, Calviello G, Palozza P, Maggiano N, Di Nardo P. Dietary alpha-linolenic acid reduces COX-2 expression and induces apoptosis of hepatoma cells.
J. Lipid Res. 2004;45:308-316.

14. Palozza P. Carotenoids and Modulation of Cancer: Molecular Targets. Current Pharmacogenomics 2004;2:35-45.

15. Palozza P, Serini S, Di Nicuolo F, Boninsegna A, Torsello A, Maggiano N, Ranelletti FO, Wolf FI, Calviello G, Cittadini A. Beta-carotene exacerbates DNA oxidative damage and modifies p53-related pathways of cell proliferation and apoptosis in cultured cells exposed to tobacco smoke condensate. Carcinogenesis 2004,25:1-11.

16. Palozza P, Serini S, Di Nicuolo F, Calviello G. Modulation of apoptotic signalling by carotenoids in cancer cells. Arch. Biochem. Biophys, 2004,430:104-109.

17. Calviello G, Di Nicuolo F, Serini S, Piccioni E, Maggiano N, Tringali G, Navarra P, Ranelletti FO, Palozza P. n-3 PUFAs inhibit VEGF expression in colon adenocarcinoma HT-29 cells by regulating the Cox-2/PGE2/ERK-1,2/HIF-1-alpha angiogenetic pathway. Carcinogenesis 2004;25:2303-2310.

18. Palozza P. Evidence for prooxidant effects of carotenoids in vitro and in vivo: implications in health and disease. In: Carotenoids in Health and Disease. (Oxidative Stress and Disease Series) , 2004, 127-149 (Eds: Packer L & Cadenas E. Marcel Dekker Inc, New York.

19. Calviello G, Di Nicuolo F, Serini S, Piccioni E, Boninsegna A, Maggiano N, Ranelletti FO and Palozza P. Docosahexaenoic acid enhances the susceptibility of human colorectal cancer cells to 5-fluorouracil. Cancer Chemother.  Pharmacol. 2005;55:12-20.

20. Palozza P, Serini S, Maggiano N, Tringali G, Navarra P, Ranelletti FO, Calviello G. Beta-carotene downregulates steady-state- and heregulin-alpha-induced Cox-2 patway through suppression of ERK1/2 activity in colon cancer cells: changes in ROS production and apoptosis. J. Nutr. 2005,135:129-136.

21. Palozza P. Can beta-carotene regulate cell growth by a redox mechanism? An answer from cultured cells. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 2005, in press.

22. Palozza P, Simone R, Mele MC. Interplay of carotenoids with cigarette smoking: implications in lung cancer. Curr Med Chem. 2008;15:844-54. Review.
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23. Palozza P, Simone R, Mele MC. Interplay of carotenoids with cigarette smoking: Implications in lung cancer. Curr Med Chem. 2008;15:844-54. Review.
 
24. Palozza, P. Lycopene, its metabolites and its oxidative/degradative products: Biological activities in in vitro models. Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism (2007), 51(supplement 1):42.

25. Palozza P Simone R, Catalano A, Parrone N, Monego G,  Franco O Ranelletti. Lycopene regulation of cholesterol synthesis and efflux in human macrophages. J Nutr Biochem. 2010, accepted for publication
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26. Palozza P, Colangelo M, Simone R, Catalano A, Boninsegna M, Lanza P, Monego G, Ranelletti FO. Lycopene induces cell growth inhibition by altering mevalonate pathway and Ras signalling in cancer cell lines. Carcinogenesis. 2010, accepted for publication

27. Palozza P, Parrone N, Simone R, Catalano A. Lycopene in atherosclerosis prevention: an integrated scheme of the potential mechanisms of action from cell culture studies. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 2010, accepted for publication.

28. Palozza P, Simone R, Catalano A, Monego G, Barini A, Mele MC, Parrone N, Trombino S, Picci N, Ranelletti FO. Lycopene prevention of oxysterol-induced proinflammatory cytokine cascade in human macrophages: inhibition of NF-kappaB nuclear binding and increase in PPARgamma expression. J Nutr Biochem. 2010 accepted for publication

29. Palozza P, Parrone N, Catalano A, Simone R. Tomato Lycopene and Inflammatory Cascade: Basic Interactions and Clinical Implications. Curr Med Chem. 2010 accepted for publication.

30. Palozza P, Simone R, Catalano A, Boninsegna A, Böhm V, Fröhlich K, Mele MC, Monego G, Ranelletti FO. Lycopene prevents 7-ketocholesterol-induced oxidative stress, cell cycle arrest and apoptosis in human macrophages. J Nutr Biochem. 2010;21:34-46.

31. Palozza P, Torelli C, Boninsegna A, Simone R, Catalano A, Mele MC, Picci N. Growth-inhibitory effects of the astaxanthin-rich alga Haematococcus pluvialis in human colon cancer cells. Cancer Lett. 2009;283:108-17.

32. Lorenz M, Stangl V, Jacob C, Daemen K, B, , Böhm V, Fröhlich K, Baumann G, Stangl K, Simone R, Palozza P. Delivery of lycopene to physiologically relevant vascular cells. Journal of Food Lipids 2009; 16:259–272.
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