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Dr Silvia Oggero

Silvia OggeroPhD, personal animal licence, certified phlebotomist

Post Doctoral Research Assistant

Biochemical Pharmacology
William Harvey Research Institute
+44 (0)20 7882 5652

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Research

Interests

interest and expertise in all in vitro models which wil mimick inflammation and are crucial in the resolution process in various chronic diseases.

Publications of specific relevance to Predictive in vitro Models

Publications

2020

Allen BL, Montague-Cardoso K, Simeoli R, Colas RA, Oggero S, Vilar B, McNaughton PA, Dalli J, Perretti M, Sher E and Malcangio M (2020). Imbalance of pro-resolving lipid mediators in persistent allodynia dissociated from signs of clinical arthritis. Pain  10.1097/j.pain.0000000000001908
(2020). Immuno-moodulin: A new anxiogenic factor produced by Annexin-A1 transgenic autoimmune-prone T cells. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity  10.1016/j.bbi.2020.02.015

2019

Oggero S, Austin-Williams S and Norling LV (2019). The contrasting role of extracellular vesicles in vascular inflammation and tissue repair. Frontiers Media  Frontiers in Pharmacology  vol. 10, 10.3389/fphar.2019.01479

2018

Lashin HMS, Nadkarni S, Oggero S, Jones HR, Knight JC, Hinds CJ and Perretti M (2018). Microvesicle Subsets in Sepsis Due to Community Acquired Pneumonia Compared to Faecal Peritonitis. Shock  vol. 49, (4) 393-401. 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000989

2016

Martin L, Horst K, Chiazza F, Oggero S, Collino M, Brandenburg K, Hildebrand F, Marx G, Thiemermann C and Schuerholz T (2016). The synthetic antimicrobial peptide 19-2.5 attenuates septic cardiomyopathy and prevents down-regulation of SERCA2 in polymicrobial sepsis. Scientific Reports  vol. 6, 10.1038/srep37277