Antonella Di Pizio
Antonella Di Pizio
Leibniz-Institute for Food Systems Biology at TUM
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More than smell—COVID-19 is associated with severe impairment of smell, taste, and chemesthesis
V Parma, K Ohla, MG Veldhuizen, MY Niv, CE Kelly, AJ Bakke, ...
Chemical Senses 45 (7), 609-622, 2020
1262020
Allostery in its many disguises: from theory to applications
SJ Wodak, E Paci, NV Dokholyan, IN Berezovsky, A Horovitz, J Li, ...
Structure 27 (4), 566-578, 2019
1042019
Recurrent inactivating RASA2 mutations in melanoma
R Arafeh, N Qutob, R Emmanuel, A Keren-Paz, J Madore, A Elkahloun, ...
Nature genetics 47 (12), 1408-1410, 2015
792015
COVID-19 and the chemical senses: supporting players take center stage
KW Cooper, DH Brann, MC Farruggia, S Bhutani, R Pellegrino, ...
Neuron, 2020
772020
BitterDB: taste ligands and receptors database in 2019
A Dagan-Wiener, A Di Pizio, I Nissim, MS Bahia, N Dubovski, E Margulis, ...
Nucleic acids research 47 (D1), D1179-D1185, 2019
512019
Comparing Class A GPCRs to bitter taste receptors: Structural motifs, ligand interactions and agonist-to-antagonist ratios
A Di Pizio, A Levit, M Slutzki, M Behrens, R Karaman, MY Niv
Methods in cell biology 132, 401-427, 2016
502016
Promiscuity and selectivity of bitter molecules and their receptors
A Di Pizio, MY Niv
Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry 23 (14), 4082-4091, 2015
492015
Coronaviruses and the Chemical Senses: Past, Present, and Future
R Pellegrino, KW Cooper, A Di Pizio, PV Joseph, S Bhutani, V Parma
Chemical Senses, 2020
442020
Computational studies of smell and taste receptors
A Di Pizio, MY Niv
Israel Journal of Chemistry 54 (8‐9), 1205-1218, 2014
352014
Probing the binding pocket of the broadly tuned human bitter taste receptor TAS2R14 by chemical modification of cognate agonists
R Karaman, S Nowak, A Di Pizio, H Kitaneh, A Abu‐Jaish, W Meyerhof, ...
Chemical biology & drug design 88 (1), 66-75, 2016
342016
Recent smell loss is the best predictor of COVID-19 among individuals with recent respiratory symptoms
RC Gerkin, K Ohla, MG Veldhuizen, PV Joseph, CE Kelly, AJ Bakke, ...
Chemical senses 46, 2021
29*2021
Bitter and sweet tasting molecules: It's complicated
A Di Pizio, YB Shoshan-Galeczki, JE Hayes, MY Niv
Neuroscience letters 700, 56-63, 2019
272019
Beyond the flavour: the potential druggability of chemosensory G protein-coupled receptors
A Di Pizio, M Behrens, D Krautwurst
International journal of molecular sciences 20 (6), 1402, 2019
262019
Reengineering the ligand sensitivity of the broadly tuned human bitter taste receptor TAS2R14
S Nowak, A Di Pizio, A Levit, MY Niv, W Meyerhof, M Behrens
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-General Subjects 1862 (10), 2162-2173, 2018
222018
Ligand binding modes from low resolution GPCR models and mutagenesis: chicken bitter taste receptor as a test-case
A Di Pizio, LM Kruetzfeldt, S Cheled-Shoval, W Meyerhof, M Behrens, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-11, 2017
222017
Catechol-based matrix metalloproteinase inhibitors with additional antioxidative activity
M Tauro, A Laghezza, F Loiodice, L Piemontese, A Caradonna, D Capelli, ...
Journal of enzyme inhibition and medicinal chemistry 31 (sup4), 25-37, 2016
192016
Sweet, umami and bitter taste receptors: State of the art of in silico molecular modeling approaches
G Spaggiari, A Di Pizio, P Cozzini
Trends in Food Science & Technology 96, 21-29, 2020
182020
Probing the S1′ Site for the Identification of Non‐Zinc‐Binding MMP‐2 Inhibitors
A Di Pizio, A Laghezza, P Tortorella, M Agamennone
ChemMedChem 8 (9), 1475-1482, 2013
17*2013
Rational design of agonists for bitter taste receptor TAS2R14: From modeling to bench and back
A Di Pizio, R Brox, S L÷ber, D Weikert, M Behrens, P Gmeiner, MY Niv
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 77 (3), 531-542, 2020
132020
From cell to beak: in-vitro and in-vivo characterization of chicken bitter taste thresholds
S Cheled-Shoval, M Behrens, A Korb, A Di Pizio, W Meyerhof, Z Uni, ...
Molecules 22 (5), 821, 2017
132017
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