Stefano Vanni
Stefano Vanni
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Quantitative photo activated localization microscopy: unraveling the effects of photoblinking
P Annibale, S Vanni, M Scarselli, U Rothlisberger, A Radenovic
PloS one 6 (7), e22678, 2011
Phosphatidylserine transport by ORP/Osh proteins is driven by phosphatidylinositol 4-phosphate
JM von Filseck, A Čopič, V Delfosse, S Vanni, CL Jackson, W Bourguet, ...
Science 349 (6246), 432-436, 2015
Polyunsaturated phospholipids facilitate membrane deformation and fission by endocytic proteins
M Pinot, S Vanni, S Pagnotta, S Lacas-Gervais, LA Payet, T Ferreira, ...
Science 345 (6197), 693-697, 2014
Identification of clustering artifacts in photoactivated localization microscopy
P Annibale, S Vanni, M Scarselli, U Rothlisberger, A Radenovic
Nature Methods 8 (7), 527-528, 2011
A sub-nanometre view of how membrane curvature and composition modulate lipid packing and protein recruitment
S Vanni, H Hirose, H Barelli, B Antonny, R Gautier
Nature communications 5 (1), 1-10, 2014
Amphipathic Lipid Packing Sensor Motifs: Probing Bilayer Defects with Hydrophobic Residues
S Vanni, L Vamparys, R Gautier, G Drin, C Etchebest, PFJ Fuchs, ...
Biophysical Journal 104 (3), 575-584, 2013
A phosphatidylinositol-4-phosphate powered exchange mechanism to create a lipid gradient between membranes
JM Von Filseck, S Vanni, B Mesmin, B Antonny, G Drin
Nature communications 6, 6671, 2015
Conical lipids in flat bilayers induce packing defects similar to that induced by positive curvature
L Vamparys, R Gautier, S Vanni, WF Bennett, DP Tieleman, B Antonny, ...
Biophysical Journal 104 (3), 585-593, 2013
Membrane protein structure, function, and dynamics: a perspective from experiments and theory
Z Cournia, TW Allen, I Andricioaei, B Antonny, D Baum, G Brannigan, ...
The Journal of membrane biology 248 (4), 611-640, 2015
From zero to six double bonds: phospholipid unsaturation and organelle function
B Antonny, S Vanni, H Shindou, T Ferreira
Trends in cell biology 25 (7), 427-436, 2015
ER membrane phospholipids and surface tension control cellular lipid droplet formation
KB M'barek, D Ajjaji, A Chorlay, S Vanni, L Forêt, AR Thiam
Developmental cell 41 (6), 591-604. e7, 2017
Observation of “ionic lock” formation in molecular dynamics simulations of wild-type β1 and β2 adrenergic receptors
S Vanni, M Neri, I Tavernelli, U Rothlisberger
Biochemistry 48 (22), 4789-4797, 2009
BIN1/M-Amphiphysin2 induces clustering of phosphoinositides to recruit its downstream partner dynamin
L Picas, J Viaud, K Schauer, S Vanni, K Hnia, V Fraisier, A Roux, ...
Nature communications 5 (1), 1-12, 2014
Role of aggregation in rhodopsin signal transduction
M Neri, S Vanni, I Tavernelli, U Rothlisberger
Biochemistry 49 (23), 4827-4832, 2010
Interdigitation between Triglycerides and Lipids Modulates Surface Properties of Lipid Droplets
A Bacle, R Gautier, CL Jackson, PFJ Fuchs, S Vanni
Biophysical Journal 112 (7), 1417-1430, 2017
A filter at the entrance of the Golgi that selects vesicles according to size and bulk lipid composition
M Magdeleine, R Gautier, P Gounon, H Barelli, S Vanni, B Antonny
eLife 5, e16988, 2016
A conserved protonation-induced switch can trigger “ionic-lock” formation in adrenergic receptors
S Vanni, M Neri, I Tavernelli, U Rothlisberger
Journal of molecular biology 397 (5), 1339-1349, 2010
Origin of the Spectral Shifts among the Early Intermediates of the Rhodopsin Photocycle
P Campomanes, M Neri, BAC Horta, UF Röhrig, S Vanni, I Tavernelli, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 136 (10), 3842-3851, 2014
Predicting novel binding modes of agonists to β adrenergic receptors using all-atom molecular dynamics simulations
S Vanni, M Neri, I Tavernelli, U Rothlisberger
PLoS Comput Biol 7 (1), e1001053, 2011
Ion binding and internal hydration in the multidrug resistance secondary active transporter NorM investigated by molecular dynamics simulations
S Vanni, P Campomanes, M Marcia, U Rothlisberger
Biochemistry 51 (6), 1281-1287, 2012
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