Emanuela Noris

E’ laureata in Scienze Agrarie a Torino nel 1986 e ottiene un PhD in Biologia Cellulare ed Immunologia presso il Dipartimento di sanità Pubblica e Microbiologia di Torino. E’ stata Ricercatore presso l’Istituto Guido Donegani, SpA Montedison/Enichem di Novara dal 1987, dove si è occupata di Plant Growth Promoting Rhizbacteria e azoto fissatori non simbionti. Dal 1991 lavora presso l’IVV di Torino. Diventa Ricercatore CNR nel 2001. Ha svolto un Post-Doc presso l’Institut de Sciences Végétales di Gif sur Yvette. E’ autore di oltre 35 pubblicazioni internazionali (h-index 2012 = 18 (Web of Science)) e di 3 brevetti internazionali.

Le principali tematiche di ricerca sono: biologia molecolare di virus, in particolare di geminivirus del pomodoro che inducono Tomato yellow leaf curl disease. Si occupa di aspetti connessi con l’epidemiologia di questi patogeni, la loro relazione in pianta con altri patogeni virali e del ruolo di alcune proteine da essi codificate. E’ coinvolta attualmente nello studio dell’interazione tra i geminivirus e la pianta ospite, con implicazioni riguardanti il silenziamento genico. Si è occupata di studiare il ruolo della proteina capsidica nella formazione dei virioni e nella trasmissione da insetti vettore.

E’ inoltre interessata alla produzione in pianta di proteine utili in campo sanitario, farmaceutico e veterinario, quali i vaccini, ed è responsabile della commessa a tema libero CNR Biotecnologie Vegetali per la Salute Umana, nonché responsabile del Progetto Europeo “PLAPROVA – Plant Production of Vaccines”.

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Pubblicazioni

  • 2013 - The Use of Transient Expression Systems for the Rapid Production of Virus-like Particles in Plants - Eva C. Thuenemann, Paolo Lenzi, Andrew J. Love, Michael Taliansky, Martina Bécares, Sonia Zuñiga, Luis Enjuanes, Gergana G. Zahmanova, Ivan N. Minkov, Slavica Mati, Emanuela Noris, Ann Meyers, Alta Hattingh, Edward P. Rybicki, Oleg I. Kiselev, Nikolai V. Ravin, Michael A. Eldarov, Konstantin G. Skryabin, and George P. Lomonossoff - Current Pharmaceutical Design, volume 19
  • 2013 - Analysis of small RNAs derived from tomato yellow leaf curl Sardinia virus reveals a cross reaction between the major viral hotspot and the plant host genome - Miozzi L., Pantaleo V., Burgyán J., Accotto G.P., Noris E. - Virus Research, 178:287-296
  • 2012 - Comparative Analysis Of Recombinant Human Papillomavirus 8 L1 Production In Plants By A Variety Of Expression Systems And Purification Methods - Matic S., Masenga V., Poli A., Rinaldi R., Milne R.g., Vecchiati M. & Noris E. - Plant Biotechnology Journal (00010NN), volume 1 pag. 1-12
  • 2011 - On The Alleged Origin Of Geminiviruses From Extrachromosomal Dnas Of Phytoplasmas - Saccardo F.1, Cettul E.1, Palmano S., Noris E.& Firrao G.1 - Bmc Evolutionary Biology (00519NN), Publisher: 11185
  • 2011 - Efficient Production Of Chimeric Human Papillomavirus 16 L1 Protein Bearing The M2e Influenza Epitope In Nicotiana Benthamiana Plants. - Matic S., Rinaldi R., Masenga V. & Noris E. - Bmc Biotechnology (00045NN), Publisher: 11
  • 2011 - RNA Viruses And Their Silencing Suppressors Boost Abutilon Mosaic Virus, But Not The Old World Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Sardinia Virus. - Sardo L., Wege C., Kober S., Kocher C., Accotto G.P., Noris E. - Virus Research (06153J0), volume 161 pag. 170-180
  • 2011 - An Rgg Sequence In The Replication-associated Protein (rep) Of Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Sardinia Virus Is Involved In Transcriptional Repression And Severely Impacts Resistance In Rep-expressing Plants - Sardo L., Lucioli A., Tavazza M., Masenga V., Tavazza R., Accotto G.P., Noris E. - Journal Of General Virology (54890J0), volume 92 pag. 204-209
  • 2011 - A Human Papillomavirus 8 E7 Protein Produced In Plants Is Able To Trigger The Mouse Immune System And Delay The Development Of Skin Lesions - Noris E., Poli A. C.1, Cojoca R. 2, Ritta' M. 1 3, Cavallo F. 2, Vaglio S., Matic S. & Landolfo S. 1 - Archives Of Virology (15471J0), volume 156 pag. 587-595
  • 2009 - Two New Natural Begomovirus Recombinants Associated With The Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Disease Co-exist With Parental Viruses In Tomato Epidemics In Italy - Davino S., Napoli C., Dellacroce C., Miozzi L., Noris E., Davino M., Accotto G.P. - Virus Research (06153J0), volume 143 pag. 15-23
  • 2009 - Virion Stability Is Important For The Circulative Transmission Of Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Sardinia Virus By Bemisia Tabaci, But Virion Access To Salivary Glands Does Not Guarantee Transmissibility. - Caciagli P, Medina Piles V, Marian D, Vecchiati M, Masenga V, Mason G, Falcioni T, Noris E. - Journal Of Virology (62788J0), volume x pag. x-x
  • 2008 - Strategies For Antiviral Resistance In Transgenic Plants - Prins, M. , Laimer, M., Noris, E., Schubert, J., Wassenegger, M, Tepfer, M. - Molecular Plant Pathology (13843J0), volume 9(1) pag. 73-83
  • 2008 - Real-time Pcr For The Quantitation Of Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Sardinia Virus In Tomato Plants And In Bemisia Tabaci. - Mason, G., Caciagli, P., Accotto, G.p., Noris, E., - Journal Of Virological Methods (03232J0), volume 147 pag. 282-289
  • 2008 - Potentiality Of Methylation-sensitive Amplification Polymorphism (msap) In Identifying Genes Involved In Tomato Response To Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Sardinia Virus - Mason, G., Noris, E., Lanteri, S., Acquadro, A., Accotto, G.p., Portis, E. - Plant Molecular Biology Reporter (11449J0), volume 26 pag. 156-173
  • 2007 - Detection Methods For Tylcv And Tylcsv - Accotto, G.p., Noris, E. - Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus Disease. Management, Molecular Biology, Breeding For Resistance. Editor H. Czosnek , Publisher: Springer
  • 2004 - Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Sardinia Virus Can Overcome Transgene-mediated Rna Silencing Of Two Essential Viral Genes. - Noris, E., Lucioli, A., Tavazza, R., Caciagli, P., Accotto, G.p. , And Tavazza, M. - Journal Of General Virology (54890J0), volume 85 pag. 1745-1749
  • 2003 - Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Sardinia Virus Rep-derived Resistance To Homologous And Heterologous Geminiviruses Occurs By Different Mechanisms And Is Overcome If Virus-mediated Transgene Silencing Is Activated. - Lucioli A.1, Noris E.2, Brunetti A.3, Tavazza R.4, Ruzza V.5, Castillo A.g. 6, Bejarano E.r. 7, Accotto G.p. 8,tavazza M. 9. - Journal Of Virology (62788J0), volume 77 pag. 6785-6798
  • 2002 - The Mouse Interferon-inducible Gene Ifi204 Product Interacts With The Tpr Protein, A Component Of The Nuclear Pore Complex - De Andrea M., Zannetti C., Noris E., Gariglio M., Azzimonti B., Landolfo S. - Journal Of Interferon And Cytokine Research (11243J0), volume 22 pag. 1113-1121
  • 2002 - The Interferon-inducible Gene, Ifi204, Acquires Malignant Transformation Capability Upon Mutation At The Rb-binding Sites - De Andrea M., Ravotto M., Noris E., Ying G.g., Gioia D., Azzimonti B., Gariglio M., Landolfo S. - Febs Letters (37070J0), volume 25878 pag. 1-7
  • 2002 - Cell Cycle Arrest By Human Cytomegalovirus 86-kda Ie2 Protein Resembles Premature Senescence - Noris E. 1, Zanetti C. 2, Demurtas A. 3, Sinclair J. 4, De Andrea M. 5, Gariglio M. 6, Landolfo S. 7 - Journal Of Virology (62788J0), volume 76 pag. 12135-12148
  • 2001 - Transgenically Expressed T-rep Of Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Sardinia Virus Acts As A Trans-dominant-negative Mutant, Inhibiting Viral Transcription And Replication - Brunetti A.1, Tavazza R. 2, Noris E. 3, Lucioli A. 4, Accotto G P. 5, Tavazza M. 6 - Journal Of Virology (62788J0), volume 75 pag. 10573-10581