Rita Pinto

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Room 2128, Kristine Bonnevies Hus
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Visiting address Blindernveien 31 None 0371 OSLO
Postal address Postboks 1066 Blindern 0316 OSLO
Other affiliations The International Summer School

Background

PhD in Biomedicine- 2015 - Faculty of Medicine, University of Porto;

Thesis: “CDX2 homeobox gene in cancer glycoproteome regulation.

Institute of Molecular Pathology and Immunology of the University of Porto (IPATIMUP), Copenhagen Center for Glycomics, Panum Institute, University of Copenhagen

MSc in Biochemistry - 2010 - Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto;

Thesis: “Cancer glycoproteome alterations: is there a role for CDX2?”

Institute of Molecular Pathology and Immunology of the University of Porto (IPATIMUP)

BSc in Biochemistry - 2008 - Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto

Tags: Cell biology, Biochemistry, Biomarkers, Molecular biology

Publications

Pinto R, Barros R, Pereira-Castro I, Mesquita P, da Costa LT, Bennett EP, Almeida R, David L. CDX2 homeoprotein is involved in the regulation of ST6GalNAc-I gene in intestinal metaplasia. Lab Invest, 2015 95(7):718-27.

Ricardo S, Marcos-Silva L, Pereira D, Pinto R, Almeida R, Söderberg O, Mandel U, Clausen H, Félix A, Lunet N, David L. Detection of glyco-mucin profiles improves specificity of MUC16 and MUC1 biomarkers in ovarian serous tumours. Mol Oncol, 2015 9(2):503-12.

Sousa SF, Coimbra JTS, Carvalho DP, Pinto R, Guimarães R, Teixeira V, Fernandes PA, Ramos MJ. Molecular dynamics analysis of a series of 22 potential farnesyltransferase substrates containing a CAAX-motif. J Mol Model, 2013. 19(2):673-88

Pinto R, Carvalho AS, Conze T, Magalhães A, Picco G, Burchell JM, Taylor-Papadimitriou J, Reis CA, Almeida R, Mandel U, Clausen H, Söderberg O, David L. Identification of new cancer biomarkers based on aberrant mucin glycoforms by in situ Proximity Ligation. J Cell Mol Med, 2012. 16(7):1474-84.

de Oliveira JT, de Matos AJ, Santos AL, Pinto R, Gomes J, Hespanhol V, Chammas R, Aki M, Bernardes ES, Reis CA, Rutteman GR, Gärtner F. Sialylation regulates galectin-3/ligand interplay during mammary tumour progression: a case of targeted uncloaking. Int J Dev Biol, 2011. 55(7-9): 823-34.

Published Jan. 25, 2016 2:50 PM - Last modified Apr. 6, 2016 11:03 AM

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