NameRivero Canalejo, Sabrina
DepartmentCitología e Histología Normal y Patológica
Knowledge areaBiología Celular
Professional categoryProfesora Contratada Doctora
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Cell consequences of loss of function of the epigenetic factor EHMT1

Iglesias Ortega, Lucía; Megías Fernández, Clara; Domínguez Giménez, Paloma; Jimeno González, Silvia; Rivero Canalejo, Sabrina (Elsevier, 2023)
EHMT1 is an epigenetic factor with histone methyltransferase activity that appears mutated in Kleefstra syndrome, a ...
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The metabesity factor HMG20A potentiates astrocyte survival and reactive astrogliosis preserving neuronal integrity

Lorenzo, Petra I.; Martín Vázquez, Eugenia; López-Noriega, Livia; Fuente-Martín, Esther; Mellado-Gil, José M.; Franco, Jaime M.; Rivero Canalejo, Sabrina; Pozo Pérez, David; Gauthier, Benoit R. (IVYSPRING INT PUBL, 2021)
Rationale: We recently demonstrated that the ‘Metabesity’ factor HMG20A regulates islet beta-cell functional maturity and ...
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MRGBP, a member of the NuA4 complex, inhibits DNA double-strand break repair

Rivero Canalejo, Sabrina; Rodríguez Real, Guillermo; Marín, Inés; Huertas Sánchez, Pablo (Wiley-Blackwell, 2021)
The repair of DNA breaks takes place in the context of chromatin and thus involves the activity of chromatin remodelers. ...
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TBL1 is required for the mesenchymal phenotype of transformed breast cancer cells

Rivero Canalejo, Sabrina; Gómez Marín, Elena; Guerrero Martínez, José A.; García Martínez, Jorge; Reyes Rosa, José Carlos (Springer Nature, 2019)
The epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition (EMT) and its reversion (MET) are related to tumor cell dissemination and migration, ...
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Qué es la epigenética

Rivero Canalejo, Sabrina (Universidad de Sevilla, 2018)
El término epigenética hace referencia al estudio de los mecanismos por medio de los cuales el genotipo, o la información ...
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Golgi localisation of GMAP210 requires two distinct cis-membrane binding mechanisms

Cárdenas, Jesús; Rivero Canalejo, Sabrina; Goud, Bruno; Bornens, Michel; Ríos, Rosa M. (BMC, 2009)
Background The Golgi apparatus in mammals appears as a ribbon made up of interconnected stacks of flattened cisternae that ...