Luciana Bruno

Investigadora Independiente CONICET

Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo.

Página web personal

Grupo de Dinámica y Transporte Intracelular

Área de investigación: Física de sistemas biológicos

  • Biofísica

Intereses

Motores moleculares
Transporte intracelular
Dinámica del citoesqueleto

Publicaciones seleccionadas

1. Dynamics of intracellular processes in live-cell systems unveiled by fluorescence co-rrelation microscopy. Nicolás Gonzáles Bardeci, Juan Angiolini, María Cecilia De Rossi, Luciana Bruno, and Valeria Levi. IUBMB Life. ACCEPTED. (2016).
2. Tau isoforms imbalance impairs the axonal transport of the amyloid precursor pro-tein (APP) in human neurons. Valentina Lacovich, Sonia Espindola, Matias Alloatti, Victorio Pozo Devoto, Lucas Cromberg, Maria Carna, Giancarlo Forte, Jean Mark Ga-llo, Luciana Bruno, Gorazd Stokin, Maria Elena Avale, and Tomas Falzone. Journal of Neuroscience. ACCEPTED. (2016).
3. Experimental characterization of collision avoidance in pedestrian dynamics. Parisi, Daniel R., Negri, Pablo A. and Bruno Luciana. Physical Review E 94, 022318 (2016).
4. Long-Lived Binding of Sox2 to DNA Predicts Cell Fate in the Four-Cell Mouse Embryo. White Melanie D. , Angiolini Juan F., Alvarez Yanina D. , Kaur Gurpreet , Zhao Zi-qing W., Mocskos Esteban, Bruno Luciana, Bissiere Stephanie, Levi Valeria, and Plachta Nicolas. Cell, Volume 165, Issue 1, p75–87, 24 March 2016 (2016) .
5. Asymmetries in kinesin-2 and cytoplasmic dynein contributions to melanosome transport. María Cecilia De Rossi, María Emilia De Rossi, Mariela Sued, Daniela Ro-dríguez , Luciana Bruno and Valeria Levi. FEBS Letters, 589, 2763–2768 (2015)
6. Lateral motion and bending of microtubules studied with a new single filament trac-king routine in living cells. Carla Pallavicini , Valeria Levi, Diana E. Wetzler, Juan F. An-giolini, Lorena Benseñor, Marcelo A. Despósito and Luciana Bruno. Biophysical Jour-nal. Vol 106. 2625–2635. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.bpj.2014.04.046 (2014)
7. Fast axonal transport of the proteasome complex depends on membrane interaction and molecular motor function. Maria G. Otero, Matías Alloatti, Lucas E. Cromberg, Angels Almenar-Queralt, Sandra E. Encalada, Victorio M. Pozo Devoto, Luciana Bruno, Lawrence S.B. Goldstein and Tomás L. Falzone. Journal of Cell Science (2014) 127, 1537–1549 doi:10.1242/jcs.140780 (2014).
8. When size does matter: organelle size influences the properties of transport media-ted by molecular motors. María C De Rossi; Luciana Bruno, Alejandro Wolosiuk, Mar-celo A Despósito, Valeria Levi. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1830 5095–5103 (2013).
9. Temperature response of luminescent tris(bipyridine)ruthenium(II)-doped silica na-noparticles. Martín Mirenda, Valeria Levi, Mariano Luis Bossi, Luciana Bruno, Andrea V. Bordoni, Alberto E. Regazzoni, Alejandro Wolosiuk. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 392, 96-101 d (2013)
10. Extracting the stepping dynamics of molecular motors in living cells from trajectories of single particles. Augusto Bruno, Luciana Bruno, Valeria Levi. Cell Biophys. Bio-chem. 65(1):1-11. DOI 10.1007/s12013-012-9397-3 (2013)
11. Transport Properties of Melanosomes along Microtubules Interpreted by a Tug-of-War Model with Loose Mechanical Coupling. Sebastián Bouzat, Valeria Levi, Luciana Bruno. PLoS ONE 7(8): e43599. (2012)
12. Mechanical properties of organelles driven by microtubule-dependent molecular motors in living cells. Luciana Bruno, Marcelo Salierno, Diana Wetzler, Marcelo A. Desposito, Valeria Levi. PLoS ONE 6(4): e18332. (2011)
13. Active transport in complex media: relationship between persistence and superdiffu-sion. Marcelo A. Desposito, Carla Pallavicini, Valeria Levi, Luciana Bruno. Physica A Volume 390, Issue 6, pp. 1026-1032 (2011).
14. Analysis of persistence during intracellular actin-based transport mediated by mole-cular motors. Carla Pallavicini, Marcelo A. Desposito, Valeria Levi, Luciana Bruno. J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 246 012038 (2010).
15. Quantifying calcium fluxes underlying calcium puffs in Xenopus laevis oocytes. Lucia-na Bruno, Guillermo Solovey, Alejandra C Ventura, Sheila Dargan and Silvina Ponce Dawson. Cell Calcium. 47, pp. 273-286 (2010).
16. Transition to superdiffusive behavior in intracellular actin-based transport mediated by molecular motors. L. Bruno, V. Levi, M. Brunstein and M. A. Despósito. Physical Review E Vol.80, 011912 (2009).
17. Anomalous dynamics of melanosomes driven by myosin-V in Xenopus laevis mela-nophores. M. Brunstein, L. Bruno, M. A. Despósito and V. Levi. Biophysical Journal. 97, 1548–1557 (2009).
18. Exchange of microtubule molecular motors during melanosome transport in Xenopus laevis melanophores is triggered by collisions with intracellular obstacles. Luciana Bruno, María M. Echarte, and Valeria Levi. Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics. Vol 52, Number 3: 191-201 (2008).
19. Quantitative single particle tracking of NGF-receptor complexes: transport is bidirec-tional but biased by longer retrograde run lengths. María M. Echarte, Luciana Bruno, Donna J. Arndt-Jovin, Thomas M. Jovin and Lía I. Pietrasanta. FEBS Letters. Vol 581/16: 2905-2913 (2007).
20. Simple data-driven models of intracellular calcium dynamics with predictive power. Alejandra C. Ventura, Luciana Bruno, and Silvina Ponce Dawson. Phys. Rev. E. 74:011917 (2006)
21. A Model-Independent Algorithm to Derive Ca2+ Fluxes Underlying Local Cytosolic Ca2+ Transients. Alejandra C. Ventura, Luciana Bruno, Angelo Demuro, Ian Parker, and Sil-vina Ponce Dawson. Biophys. J. 88: 2403-2421 (2005)