- Zifarelli Group Research Group
Associate Professor of Physiology
Gianni Zifarelli graduated in Physics at the University of Naples Federico II and obtained his PhD in Biophysical Chemistry at the Max Planck Institute of Biophysics in Frankfurt am Main. He then moved to the Institute of Biophysics of the Italian National Research Council to work with Michael Pusch first as a postdoc and then as a PI. He joined the department in January 2015.
A tale of two CLCs: biophysical insights toward understanding ClC-5 and ClC-7 function in endosomes and lysosomes.
Zifarelli G., (2015), J Physiol, 593, 4139 - 4150
A tale of two CLCs: Biophysical insights toward understanding ClC-5 and ClC-7 function in endosomes and lysosomes
Zifarelli G., (2015), Journal of Physiology, 593, 4139 - 4150
ClC-5: Physiological role and biophysical mechanisms.
Pusch M. and Zifarelli G., (2015), Cell Calcium, 58, 57 - 66
I-J loop involvement in the pharmacological profile of CLC-K channels expressed in Xenopus oocytes.
Gradogna A. et al, (2014), Biochim Biophys Acta, 1838, 2745 - 2756
Patch-clamp fluorometry: electrophysiology meets fluorescence.
Kusch J. and Zifarelli G., (2014), Biophys J, 106, 1250 - 1257