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Camillo Peracchia, M.D.

Camillo Peracchia, M.D.

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About Me

Faculty Appointments

Professor Emeritus - Department of Pharmacology and Physiology (SMD)

Credentials

Residency & Fellowship

Research Associate. Dept. of Anatomy. Duke University, Durham, NC. 1967 - 1970

Research Fellow. Biophysics. McLean Hospital. Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA 1966 - 1967

Research Fellow. Neuropathology. Harvard Medical School. Boston. Mass. 1966 - 1967

Visiting Surgeon. Cardiac Surgery. Hopital Broussais. Paris, France.

Surgical Resident. University of Milan, Italy 1962 - 1964

Postdoctoral Fellow. Inst. of Pharmacology. University of Milan, Italy. 1962 - 1966

Education

MD | Italy-Fac Med U Milan. Medicine. 1962

Diploma di Maturita', Liceo Classico (Baccalaureate) | Insituto Zaccaria. 1956

Awards

Commendation for Excellence in First Year Medical School Teaching 2005

Adolph Medal for Excellence in Physiology 2004

Commendation for Excellence in First Year Medical School Teaching 2002

Commendation for Excellence in First Year Medical School Teaching 1999

Manuel D. Goldman Prize for Excellence in First-Year 1998

Commendation for Excellence in First Year Medical School Teaching 1996

Commendation for Excellence in First Year Medical School Teaching 1995

Elected Honorary Member of the Societá di Medicina e Scienze Naturali di Parma. Universitá di Parma, Italy. 1987

Research

Our research has focused for several decades on the molecular mechanisms that regulate the permeability of gap junction channels. These channels mediate direct cell-to-cell exchange of small cytosolic molecules. Cell communication via gap junction channels is becoming an area of research increasingl...
Our research has focused for several decades on the molecular mechanisms that regulate the permeability of gap junction channels. These channels mediate direct cell-to-cell exchange of small cytosolic molecules. Cell communication via gap junction channels is becoming an area of research increasingly relevant to clinical medicine. Altered cell-cell communication resulting from mutations of gap junction channel proteins (connexins), plays a key role in the X-linked Charcot-Marie-Tooth demyelinating peripheral neuropathy, hereditary non-syndromic deafness, hereditary skin disorders, and certain forms of hereditary cataract, and may be involved in the pathogenesis of cardiac arrhythmias and cancer. Recently, we have demonstrated a functional interplay between the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator chloride channel (CFTR) and various connexin channels. The mechanism of channel regulation and gating has been studied in paired Xenopus oocytes by dual voltage-clamp electrophysiology. The molecular domains that participate in channel gating have been studied by combining molecular genetics and biophysics. The participation of calmodulin in channel gating has been suggested by data generated in oocyte pairs expressing calmodulin and connexin mutants.

Publications

Journal Articles

Calmodulin-Mediated Regulation of Gap Junction Channels.

Peracchia C

International journal of molecular sciences.. 2020 January 1221 (2)Epub 01/12/2020.

The Ca-calmodulin-cork model for chemical gating of gap junction channels

Peracchia, C.

International journal of molecular sciences. 2020; In preparation.

Chemical and voltage gating of gap junction channels expressed in Xenopus oocyte pairs

Peracchia, C.

Springer Nature. 2020; .

Ca2+-dependent and -independent interaction of calmodulin with gap junction cytoplasmic loop peptides

Kerruth, S.; Coates, C.; Rezavi, SA; Peracchia, C.; Török, K.

Biochemical Journal. 2020; .

Calmodulin association with connexin32-derived peptides suggests trans-domain interaction in chemical gating of gap junction channels

Dodd, R; Peracchia, C; Stolady, D; Török, K.

J. Biol. Chem. 2008; : 283:26911-26920.

Unusual slow gating of gap junction channels in oocytes expressing connexin32 or its COOH-terminus truncated mutant.

Peracchia C, Salim M, Peracchia LL

The Journal of membrane biology.. 2007 February 215 (2-3):161-8. Epub 06/14/2007.

Inversion of both gating polarity and CO2 sensitivity of voltage gating with D3N mutation of Cx50.

Peracchia C, Peracchia LL

American journal of physiology. Cell physiology.. 2005 June 288 (6):C1381-9. Epub 01/26/2005.

Functional interaction between CFTR and Cx45 gap junction channels expressed in oocytes.

Kotsias BA, Peracchia C

The Journal of membrane biology.. 2005 February 203 (3):143-50. Epub 1900 01 01.

Opposite Cx32 and Cx26 voltage-gating response to CO2 reflects opposite voltage-gating polarity.

Young KC, Peracchia C

The Journal of membrane biology.. 2004 December 202 (3):161-70. Epub 1900 01 01.

CO(2) sensitivity of voltage gating and gating polarity of gapjunction channels--connexin40 and its COOH-terminus-truncated mutant.

Peracchia C, Chen JT, Peracchia LL

The Journal of membrane biology.. 2004 July 15200 (2):105-13. Epub 1900 01 01.

Chemical gating of gap junction channels; roles of calcium, pH and calmodulin.

Peracchia C

Biochimica et biophysica acta.. 2004 March 231662 (1-2):61-80. Epub 1900 01 01.

Is the voltage gate of connexins CO2-sensitive? Cx45 channels and inhibition of calmodulin expression.

Peracchia C, Young KC, Wang XG, Peracchia LL

The Journal of membrane biology.. 2003 September 1195 (1):53-62. Epub 1900 01 01.

The voltage gates of connexin channels are sensitive to CO(2).

Peracchia C, Young KC, Wang XG, Chen JT, Peracchia LL

Cell communication & adhesion. 2003 10 (4-6):233-7. Epub 1900 01 01.

Calmodulin colocalizes with connexins and plays a direct role in gap junction channel gating.

Sotkis A, Wang XG, Yasumura T, Peracchia LL, Persechini A, Rash JE, Peracchia C

Cell communication & adhesion. 2001 8 (4-6):277-81. Epub 1900 01 01.

Slow gating of gap junction channels and calmodulin.

Peracchia C, Wang XG, Peracchia LL

The Journal of membrane biology.. 2000 November 1178 (1):55-70. Epub 1900 01 01.

Calmodulin directly gates gap junction channels.

Peracchia C, Sotkis A, Wang XG, Peracchia LL, Persechini A

The Journal of biological chemistry.. 2000 August 25275 (34):26220-4. Epub 1900 01 01.

Chemical gating of gap junction channels.

Peracchia C, Wang XG, Peracchia LL

Methods : a companion to Methods in enzymology.. 2000 February 20 (2):188-95. Epub 1900 01 01.

Is the chemical gate of connexins voltage sensitive? Behavior of Cx32 wild-type and mutant channels.

Peracchia C, Wang XG, Peracchia LL

The American journal of physiology.. 1999 June 276 (6):C1361-73. Epub 1900 01 01.

Molecular dissection of a basic COOH-terminal domain of Cx32 that inhibits gap junction gating sensitivity.

Wang XG, Peracchia C

The American journal of physiology.. 1998 November 275 (5):C1384-90. Epub 1900 01 01.

Chemical gating of heteromeric and heterotypic gap junction channels.

Wang XG, Peracchia C

The Journal of membrane biology.. 1998 March 15162 (2):169-76. Epub 1900 01 01.

Positive charges of the initial C-terminus domain of Cx32 inhibit gap junction gating sensitivity to CO2.

Wang XG, Peracchia C

Biophysical journal.. 1997 August 73 (2):798-806. Epub 1900 01 01.

Two distinct gating mechanisms in gap junction channels: CO2-sensitive and voltage-sensitive.

Bukauskas FF, Peracchia C

Biophysical journal.. 1997 May 72 (5):2137-42. Epub 1900 01 01.

Connexin domains relevant to the chemical gating of gap junction channels.

Peracchia C, Wang XC

Brazilian journal of medical and biological research = Revista brasileira de pesquisas me?dicas e biolo?gicas. 1997 May 30 (5):577-90. Epub 1900 01 01.

Connexin domains relevant to chemical gating of gap junction channels

Peracchia, C. and X.G. Wang.

Brazilian J. Med. Biol. Res. 1997; 30: 577-590.

Molecular basis of gap junction channel regulation and gating

Peracchia, C., X.G. Wang and L.L. Peracchia.

Neurophysiology (Kiev). 1997; 29: 273-279.

Connexin 32/38 chimeras suggest a role for the second half of inner loop in gap junction gating by low pH.

Wang XG, Peracchia C

The American journal of physiology.. 1996 November 271 (5 Pt 1):C1743-9. Epub 1900 01 01.

Properties and regulation of gap junctional hemichannels in the plasma membranes of cultured cells.

Li H, Liu TF, Lazrak A, Peracchia C, Goldberg GS, Lampe PD, Johnson RG

The Journal of cell biology.. 1996 August 134 (4):1019-30. Epub 1900 01 01.

Chimeric evidence for a role of the connexin cytoplasmic loop in gap junction channel gating.

Wang X, Li L, Peracchia LL, Peracchia C

Pflu?gers Archiv : European journal of physiology.. 1996 April 431 (6):844-52. Epub 1900 01 01.

Inhibition of calmodulin expression prevents low-pH-induced gap junction uncoupling in Xenopus oocytes.

Peracchia C, Wang X, Li L, Peracchia LL

Pflu?gers Archiv : European journal of physiology.. 1996 January 431 (3):379-87. Epub 1900 01 01.

Ca-mediated and independent effects of arachidonic acid on gap junctions and Ca-independent effects of oleic acid and halothane.

Lazrak A, Peres A, Giovannardi S, Peracchia C

Biophysical journal.. 1994 September 67 (3):1052-9. Epub 1900 01 01.

Gap junction gating sensitivity to physiological internal calcium regardless of pH in Novikoff hepatoma cells.

Lazrak A, Peracchia C

Biophysical journal.. 1993 November 65 (5):2002-12. Epub 1900 01 01.

Channel reconstitution in liposomes and planar bilayers with HPLC-purified MIP26 of bovine lens.

Shen L, Shrager P, Girsch SJ, Donaldson PJ, Peracchia C

The Journal of membrane biology.. 1991 October 124 (1):21-32. Epub 1900 01 01.

Calmodulin interacts with a C-terminus peptide from the lens membrane protein MIP26.

Girsch SJ, Peracchia C

Current eye research.. 1991 September 10 (9):839-49. Epub 1900 01 01.

Calmodulin site at the C-terminus of the putative lens gap junction protein MIP26.

Peracchia C, Girsch SJ

Lens and eye toxicity research.. 1989 6 (4):613-21. Epub 1900 01 01.

Electron microscope observations on Ca2+-ATPase microcrystals in detergent-solubilized sarcoplasmic reticulum.

Taylor KA, Mullner N, Pikula S, Dux L, Peracchia C, Varga S, Martonosi A

The Journal of biological chemistry.. 1988 April 15263 (11):5287-94. Epub 1900 01 01.

Freeze-fracture studies on the subcommissural organ tight junction in gerbils and mice.

Lu KS, Peracchia C

Proceedings of the National Science Council, Republic of China. Part B, Life sciences.. 1987 July 11 (3):289-96. Epub 1900 01 01.

Is the C-terminal arm of lens gap junction channel protein the channel gate?

Peracchia C, Girsch SJ

Biochemical and biophysical research communications.. 1985 December 17133 (2):688-95. Epub 1900 01 01.

Lens junctions are communicating junctions.

Peracchia C, Girsch SJ, Bernardini G, Peracchia LL

Current eye research.. 1985 November 4 (11):1155-69. Epub 1900 01 01.

Functional modulation of cell coupling: evidence for a calmodulin-driven channel gate.

Peracchia C, Girsch SJ

The American journal of physiology.. 1985 June 248 (6 Pt 2):H765-82. Epub 1900 01 01.

Permeability and gating of lens gap junction channels incorporated into liposomes.

Peracchia C, Girsch SJ

Current eye research.. 1985 April 4 (4):431-9. Epub 1900 01 01.

Bridges linking gap junction particles extracellularly: a freeze-etching rotary-shadowing study of split junctions.

Peracchia C, Peracchia LL

European journal of cell biology.. 1985 March 36 (2):286-93. Epub 1900 01 01.

The regulation of the Ca2+ transport activity of sarcoplasmic reticulum.

Martonosi A, Kracke G, Taylor KA, Dux L, Peracchia C

Society of General Physiologists series. 1985 39 :57-85. Epub 1900 01 01.

Lens cell-to-cell channel protein: I. Self-assembly into liposomes and permeability regulation by calmodulin.

Girsch SJ, Peracchia C

The Journal of membrane biology.. 1985 83 (3):217-25. Epub 1900 01 01.

Lens cell-to-cell channel protein: II. Conformational change in the presence of calmodulin.

Girsch SJ, Peracchia C

The Journal of membrane biology.. 1985 83 (3):227-33. Epub 1900 01 01.

Gap junction structure and cell-to-cell coupling regulation: is there a calmodulin involvement?

Peracchia C, Bernardini G

Federation proceedings.. 1984 September 43 (12):2681-91. Epub 1900 01 01.

Crystallization of intramembrane particles in rabbit sarcoplasmic reticulum vesicles by vanadate.

Peracchia C, Dux L, Martonosi AN

Journal of muscle research and cell motility.. 1984 August 5 (4):431-42. Epub 1900 01 01.

Reversible effects of heptanol on gap junction structure and cell-to-cell electrical coupling.

Bernardini G, Peracchia C, Peracchia LL

European journal of cell biology.. 1984 July 34 (2):307-12. Epub 1900 01 01.

The crystallization of Ca2+ transport ATPase in sarcoplasmic reticulum

Martonosi, A.N., L. Dux, C. Peracchia, and K.A. Taylor.

Symp. Biologica, Hungarica. 1984; 26.: 133-151.

Communicating junctions and calmodulin: inhibition of electrical uncoupling in Xenopus embryo by calmidazolium.

Peracchia C

The Journal of membrane biology.. 1984 81 (1):49-58. Epub 1900 01 01.

Is calmodulin involved in the regulation of gap junction permeability?

Peracchia C, Bernardini G, Peracchia LL

Pflu?gers Archiv : European journal of physiology.. 1983 October 399 (2):152-4. Epub 1900 01 01.

The periaxonal space of crayfish giant axons.

Shrager P, Starkus JC, Lo MV, Peracchia C

The Journal of general physiology.. 1983 August 82 (2):221-44. Epub 1900 01 01.

Structure of membranes in crayfish muscle: comparison of phasic and tonic fibres.

Eastwood AB, Franzini-Armstrong C, Peracchia C

Journal of muscle research and cell motility.. 1982 September 3 (3):273-94. Epub 1900 01 01.

Healing-over in rat crystalline lens.

Bernardini G, Peracchia C, Venosa RA

The Journal of physiology.. 1981 November 320 :187-92. Epub 1900 01 01.

Gap junction crystallization in lens fibers after an increase in cell calcium.

Bernardini G, Peracchia C

Investigative ophthalmology & visual science.. 1981 August 21 (2):291-9. Epub 1900 01 01.

Direct communication between axons and sheath glial cells in crayfish.

Peracchia C

Nature.. 1981 April 16290 (5807):597-8. Epub 1900 01 01.

Gap junction dynamics: reversible effects of divalent cations.

Peracchia C, Peracchia LL

The Journal of cell biology.. 1980 December 87 (3 Pt 1):708-18. Epub 1900 01 01.

Gap junction dynamics: reversible effects of hydrogen ions.

Peracchia C, Peracchia LL

The Journal of cell biology.. 1980 December 87 (3 Pt 1):719-27. Epub 1900 01 01.

Structural correlates of gap junction permeation.

Peracchia C

International review of cytology.. 1980 66 :81-146. Epub 1900 01 01.

Calcium effects on gap junction structure and cell coupling.

Peracchia C

Nature.. 1978 February 16271 (5646):669-71. Epub 1900 01 01.

The cell on the move. Comments on the book: "Progress in Clinical and Biological Research". Vol. 17. Cell shape and surface architecture. J.-P. Revel, U. Henning and C. F. Fox, eds.

Peracchia, C.

TIBS (Trends in Biochemical Science). 1978; 3: 216.

Gap junctions. Structural changes after uncoupling procedures.

Peracchia C

The Journal of cell biology.. 1977 March 72 (3):628-41. Epub 1900 01 01.

Gap junction structure and function

Peracchia, C.

TIBS (Trends in Biochemical Science). 1977; 2: 26-30.

Low resistance junctions in crayfish. Structural changes with functional uncoupling.

Peracchia C, Dulhunty AF

The Journal of cell biology.. 1976 August 70 (2 pt 1):419-39. Epub 1900 01 01.

The paranodal axo-glial junction in the central nervous system studied with thin sections and freeze-fracture.

Schnapp B, Peracchia C, Mugnaini E

Neuroscience.. 1976 June 1 (3):181-90. Epub 1900 01 01.

Excitable membrane ultrastructure. I. Freeze fracture of crayfish axons.

Peracchia C

The Journal of cell biology.. 1974 April 61 (1):107-22. Epub 1900 01 01.

Low resistance junctions in crayfish. I. Two arrays of globules in junctional membranes.

Peracchia C

The Journal of cell biology.. 1973 April 57 (1):66-76. Epub 1900 01 01.

Fixation by means of glutaraldehyde-hydrogen peroxide reaction products.

Peracchia C, Mittler BS

The Journal of cell biology.. 1972 April 53 (1):234-8. Epub 1900 01 01.

New glutaraldehyde fixation procedures.

Peracchia C, Mittler BS

Journal of ultrastructure research.. 1972 April 39 (1):57-64. Epub 1900 01 01.

Increase in osmiophilia of axonal membranes of crayfish as a result of electrical stimulation, asphyxia, or treatment with reducing agents.

Peracchia C, Robertson JD

The Journal of cell biology.. 1971 October 51 (1):223-39. Epub 1900 01 01.

A system of parallel septa in crayfish nerve fibers.

Peracchia C

The Journal of cell biology.. 1970 January 44 (1):125-33. Epub 1900 01 01.

[Ultrastructural changes in the spinal cord in experimental tetanic intoxication].

Peracchia C

Pathologie et biologie. 1967 February 15 (3):132-40. Epub 1900 01 01.

Alterations in collagen in the arteries of thromboangiitic patients.

Peracchia C, Vassallo C

Angiology.. 1966 July 17 (7):451-9. Epub 1900 01 01.

Ultrastructure of the spinal cord and the sciatic nerve of rats with tetanus toxin poisoning.

Peracchia C

Laboratory investigation; a journal of technical methods and pathology.. 1966 February 15 (2):479-91. Epub 1900 01 01.

[Ultrastructural alterations of the rat sciatic nerve in tetanic poisoning].

Peracchia C, Meldolesi J, Pelosi G

Lo sperimentale. 1966 116 (3):169-89. Epub 1900 01 01.

[Electron microscope study of myocardial alterations in relation to diverse experimental infarcts].

Clementi F, Nidiry J, Peracchia C

Minerva cardioangiologica.. 1965 October 13 (10):669-77. Epub 1900 01 01.

[Ultrastructural study of lumbar sympathetic ganglia of man].

Clementi F, Peracchia C, Vassallo C

Archivio italiano di anatomia e di embriologia. Italian journal of

[HISTOLOGICAL AND ULTRASTRUCTURAL CHANGES OF THE LUMBAR SYMPATHETIC GANGLIA IN BUERGER-TYPE PERIPHERAL THROMBOANGIITIS OBLITERANS].

CLEMENTI F, PERACCHIA C, VASSALLO C

La Presse médicale.. 1965 February 2473 :537-42. Epub 1900 01 01.

[ON MORPHOLOGIC ALTERATIONS OF LUMBAR SYMPATHETIC GANGLIA IN THROMBOANGIITIS OBLITERANS OF THE LEGS].

PERACCHIA C

Atti della Accademia medica lombarda. 1964 19 :371-7. Epub 1900 01 01.

[IS IT POSSIBLE TO OBSERVE TOXINS IN THE TISSUES IN THE AREAS OF ELECTIVE TROPISM].

ORNESI A, PERACCHIA C, PELOSI G, MELDOLESI J, NIDIRI J

Atti della Accademia medica lombarda. 1964 19 :505-16. Epub 1900 01 01.

Books

Gap Junction Structure and Chemical Regulation (2019)

Chapter: Calmodulin Role in Cell-to-Cell Channel Gating.

Authors: Peracchia, C

Publisher: Academic Press – An imprint of Elsevier 2019

Lung Function in Health and Disease (2014)

Chapter: Basic Concepts of Respiratory Physiology and Pathophysiology

Authors: Peracchia, C.; Anaizi, NH

Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers 2014

Molecular Basis of Cell Communication in Health and Disease (2000)

Authors: Peracchia, C.

Publisher: Academic Press, Inc., San Diego, CA. 2000

Gap Junctions - Molecular Basis of Cell Communication in Health and Disease (2000)

Chapter: Behavior of chemical and slow voltage-gates of connexin channels. The cork gating hypothesis

Authors: Peracchia, C.; Wang, X.G.; Peracchia, L.M.

Publisher: Academic Press, San Diego, CA 2000

Gap Junctions. Molecular Basis of cell Communication in Health and Disease (2000)

Chapter: Distinct behaviors of chemical and voltage sensitive gates of gap junction channels

Authors: Bukauskas, F.F.; Peracchia, C.

Publisher: Academic Press, San Diego, CA 2000

Un Amarcord per un Uomo Eccezionale: il Prof. Emilio Trabucchi (1999)

Chapter: I primi passi del laboratorio di microscopia elettronica da Trabucchi a Milano

Authors: Peracchia, C.

Publisher: Progetto Editoriale Milano Media, Milan, Italy 1999

Gap Junctions (1998)

Chapter: Gating properties of gap junction channels on Schwann cells and fibroblasts isolated from the sciatic nerve of neonatal rats

Authors: Bukauskas, F.; Shrager, P.; Peracchia, C.

Publisher: IOS Press, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 1998

Gap Junctions (1998)

Chapter: Domains of connexin32 relevant to CO2-induced channel gating

Authors: Wang, X.G.; Peracchia, C.

Publisher: IOS Press, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 1998

Progress in Cell Research. (1995)

Chapter: Nanomolar calcium mediates gap junction gating by low pH in Novikoff cells

Authors: Lazrak, A.; Peracchia, C.

Publisher: Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 1995

Intercellular Communication through Gap Junctions (1995)

Chapter: Calcium participation in ATP and arachidonic acid but not in oleic acid and halothane induced gating of gap junctions in Novikoff cells

Authors: Lazrak, A.; Peres, A.; Giovannardi, S.; Peracchia, C.

Publisher: Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 1995

Handbook of Membrane Channels. Molecular and Cellular Physiology (1994)

Authors: Peracchia, C.

Publisher: Academic Press, Inc., San Diego, CA 1994

Handbook of Membrane Channels. Molecular and Cellular Physiology (1994)

Chapter: Molecular models of channel interaction and gating in gap junctions

Authors: Peracchia, C., A. Lazrak and L.L. Peracchia

Publisher: Academic Press, Inc., San Diego, CA 1994

Gap Junctions (1993)

Chapter: Gap junction channel reconstitution in artificial bilayers and evidence for calmodulin binding sites in MIP26 and connexins from heart, liver and Xenopus embryo

Authors: Peracchia, C, and L. Shen

Publisher: Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 1993

Biophysics of Gap Junction Channels (1991)

Authors: Peracchia, C.

Publisher: CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, FL 1991

Biophysics of Gap Junction Channels (1991)

Chapter: Role of calcium and calcium stores in gap junction regulation by low pHi

Authors: Peracchia, C.

Publisher: CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL 1991

Cell Interactions and Gap Junctions (1989)

Chapter: Control of gap junction permeability and calmodulin-like proteins

Authors: Peracchia, C.

Publisher: CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, FL 1989

"Gap Junctions", Modern Cell Biology Series (1988)

Chapter: The Calmodulin hypothesis for gap junction regulation six years later

Authors: Peracchia, C.

Publisher: Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York 1988

Cell-to-cell Communication (1987)

Chapter: Permeability and regulation of gap junction channels in cells and in artificial lipid bilayers

Authors: Peracchia, C.

Publisher: Plenum Publishing Corp. 1987

The Lens: Transparency and Cataract (1986)

Chapter: Function of lens gap junction channels incorporated into liposomes

Authors: Peracchia, C. and S.J. Girsch

Publisher: EURAGE, UK 1986

The Enzymes of Biological Membranes, 2nd edition (1985)

Chapter: Cell Coupling

Authors: Peracchia, C.

Publisher: Plenum Publishing Corp., New York 1985

Gap Junctions (1985)

Chapter: An in vitro approach to cell coupling: Permeability and gating of gap junction channels incorporated into liposomes

Authors: Peracchia, C. and S.J. Girsch

Publisher: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY 1985

Regulation and Development of Membrane Transport Processes (1984)

Chapter: The regulation of the Ca2+ transport activity of sarcoplasmic reticulum

Authors: Martonosi, A. N., K.A. Taylor, G. Knacke, L. Dux, and C. Peracchia, C.

Publisher: Wiley & Sons, San Francisco Press 1984

42nd EMSA Meeting. Proc. Symposium on Intracellular junction in the lens (1984)

Chapter: Calmodulin-mediated gating of lens gap junction channels in vesicles

Authors: Peracchia, C., and S. J. Girsch

Publisher: San Francisco Press, San Francisco, CA 1984

Cardiac Rate and Rhythm (1982)

Chapter: Gap junction structure in coupled and uncoupled conditions

Authors: Peracchia, C.

Publisher: M. Nijhoff, The Hague 1982

Membranes and Transport. A Critical Review (1982)

Chapter: Gap junction transport regulation

Authors: Peracchia, C.

Publisher: Plenum Publishing Corp., New York 1982