Deni S Galileo

TitleAssociate Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Delaware
DepartmentBiological Sciences
Address105 The Green
Newark DE 19716
Phone302-831-1277
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    F32NS008953     (GALILEO, DENI S)Jun 30, 1991
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    RETROVIRUS-MEDIATED GENE TRANSFER INTO BRAIN
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R01NS032346     (GALILEO, DENI S)Jul 1, 1994 - Jun 30, 1997
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    MECHANISMS OF CELL MIGRATION IN DEVELOPING BRAIN
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R21NS040317     (GALILEO, DENI S)Dec 15, 2001 - Nov 30, 2005
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    NgCAM/L1 misexpression in developing brain
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R03CA227312     (GALILEO, DENI S)Mar 1, 2018 - Feb 28, 2021
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    Elucidation of factors and mechanisms that promote glioblastoma stem cell motility and invasiveness
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Pace KR, Dutt R, Galileo DS. Exosomal L1CAM Stimulates Glioblastoma Cell Motility, Proliferation, and Invasiveness. Int J Mol Sci. 2019 Aug 16; 20(16). PMID: 31426278.
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    2. Pusey MA, Pace K, Fascelli M, Linser PJ, Steindler DA, Galileo DS. Ectopic expression of L1CAM ectodomain alters differentiation and motility, but not proliferation, of human neural progenitor cells. Int J Dev Neurosci. 2019 Aug 14; 78:49-64. PMID: 31421150.
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    3. Fereshteh Z, Bathala P, Galileo DS, Martin-DeLeon PA. Detection of extracellular vesicles in the mouse vaginal fluid: Their delivery of sperm proteins that stimulate capacitation and modulate fertility. J Cell Physiol. 2018 Dec 07. PMID: 30536802.
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    4. Bathala P, Fereshteh Z, Li K, Al-Dossary AA, Galileo DS, Martin-DeLeon PA. Oviductal extracellular vesicles (oviductosomes, OVS) are conserved in humans: murine OVS play a pivotal role in sperm capacitation and fertility. Mol Hum Reprod. 2018 Mar 01; 24(3):143-157. PMID: 29370405.
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    5. Caccavale J, Fiumara D, Stapf M, Sweitzer L, Anderson HJ, Gorky J, Dhurjati P, Galileo DS. A simple and accurate rule-based modeling framework for simulation of autocrine/paracrine stimulation of glioblastoma cell motility and proliferation by L1CAM in 2-D culture. BMC Syst Biol. 2017 Dec 11; 11(1):124. PMID: 29228953.
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    6. Viswanathan V, Damle S, Zhang T, Opdenaker L, Modarai S, Accerbi M, Schmidt S, Green P, Galileo D, Palazzo J, Fields J, Haghighat S, Rigoutsos I, Gonye G, Boman BM. An miRNA Expression Signature for the Human Colonic Stem Cell Niche Distinguishes Malignant from Normal Epithelia. Cancer Res. 2017 May 09. PMID: 28487386.
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    7. Olli KE, Li K, Galileo DS, Martin-DeLeon PA. Plasma membrane calcium ATPase 4 (PMCA4) co-ordinates calcium and nitric oxide signaling in regulating murine sperm functional activity. J Cell Physiol. 2017 Mar 01. PMID: 28247940.
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    8. Wu KZ, Li K, Galileo DS, Martin-DeLeon PA. Junctional adhesion molecule A: expression in the murine epididymal tract and accessory organs and acquisition by maturing sperm. Mol Hum Reprod. 2017 Feb 10; 23(2):132-140. PMID: 28062807.
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    9. Burgett ME, Lathia JD, Roth P, Nowacki AS, Galileo DS, Pugacheva E, Huang P, Vasanji A, Li M, Byzova T, Mikkelsen T, Bao S, Rich JN, Weller M, Gladson CL. Direct contact with perivascular tumor cells enhances integrin avß3 signaling and migration of endothelial cells. Oncotarget. 2016 Jul 12; 7(28):43852-43867. PMID: 27270311.
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    10. Anderson HJ, Galileo DS. Small-molecule inhibitors of FGFR, integrins and FAK selectively decrease L1CAM-stimulated glioblastoma cell motility and proliferation. Cell Oncol (Dordr). 2016 Jun; 39(3):229-42. PMID: 26883759.
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    11. Andrews RE, Galileo DS, Martin-DeLeon PA. Plasma membrane Ca2+-ATPase 4: interaction with constitutive nitric oxide synthases in human sperm and prostasomes which carry Ca2+/CaM-dependent serine kinase. Mol Hum Reprod. 2015 Nov; 21(11):832-43. PMID: 26345709.
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    12. Smith MA, Michael R, Aravindan RG, Dash S, Shah SI, Galileo DS, Martin-DeLeon PA. Anatase titanium dioxide nanoparticles in mice: evidence for induced structural and functional sperm defects after short-, but not long-, term exposure. Asian J Androl. 2015 Mar-Apr; 17(2):261-8. PMID: 25370207.
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    13. Modelski MJ, Menlah G, Wang Y, Dash S, Wu K, Galileo DS, Martin-DeLeon PA. Hyaluronidase 2: a novel germ cell hyaluronidase with epididymal expression and functional roles in Mammalian sperm. Biol Reprod. 2014 Nov; 91(5):109. PMID: 25232017.
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    14. Patel R, Al-Dossary AA, Stabley DL, Barone C, Galileo DS, Strehler EE, Martin-Deleon PA. Plasma Membrane Ca2+-ATPase 4 in Murine Epididymis: Secretion of Splice Variants in the Luminal Fluid and a Role in Sperm Maturation. Biol Reprod. 2013; 89(1):6. PMID: 23699388.
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    15. Mohanan V, Temburni MK, Kappes JC, Galileo DS. L1CAM stimulates glioma cell motility and proliferation through the fibroblast growth factor receptor. Clin Exp Metastasis. 2013 Apr; 30(4):507-20. PMID: 23212305.
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    16. Aravindan RG, Fomin VP, Naik UP, Modelski MJ, Naik MU, Galileo DS, Duncan RL, Martin-Deleon PA. CASK interacts with PMCA4b and JAM-A on the mouse sperm flagellum to regulate Ca2+ homeostasis and motility. J Cell Physiol. 2012 Aug; 227(8):3138-50. PMID: 22020416.
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    17. Yang M, Li Y, Chilukuri K, Brady OA, Boulos MI, Kappes JC, Galileo DS. L1 stimulation of human glioma cell motility correlates with FAK activation. J Neurooncol. 2011 Oct; 105(1):27-44. PMID: 21373966.
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    18. Li Y, Galileo DS. Soluble L1CAM promotes breast cancer cell adhesion and migration in vitro, but not invasion. Cancer Cell Int. 2010; 10:34. PMID: 20840789.
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    19. Reese KL, Aravindan RG, Griffiths GS, Shao M, Wang Y, Galileo DS, Atmuri V, Triggs-Raine BL, Martin-Deleon PA. Acidic hyaluronidase activity is present in mouse sperm and is reduced in the absence of SPAM1: evidence for a role for hyaluronidase 3 in mouse and human sperm. Mol Reprod Dev. 2010 Sep; 77(9):759-72. PMID: 20586096.
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    20. Sauers DJ, Temburni MK, Biggins JB, Ceo LM, Galileo DS, Koh JT. Light-activated gene expression directs segregation of co-cultured cells in vitro. ACS Chem Biol. 2010 Mar 19; 5(3):313-20. PMID: 20050613.
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    21. Yang M, Adla S, Temburni MK, Patel VP, Lagow EL, Brady OA, Tian J, Boulos MI, Galileo DS. Stimulation of glioma cell motility by expression, proteolysis, and release of the L1 neural cell recognition molecule. Cancer Cell Int. 2009; 9:27. PMID: 19874583.
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    22. Griffiths GS, Galileo DS, Aravindan RG, Martin-DeLeon PA. Clusterin facilitates exchange of glycosyl phosphatidylinositol-linked SPAM1 between reproductive luminal fluids and mouse and human sperm membranes. Biol Reprod. 2009 Sep; 81(3):562-70. PMID: 19357365.
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    23. Farach AM, Galileo DS. O-GlcNAc modification of radial glial vimentin filaments in the developing chick brain. Brain Cell Biol. 2008 Dec; 36(5-6):191-202. PMID: 19132533.
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    24. Griffiths GS, Galileo DS, Reese K, Martin-Deleon PA. Investigating the role of murine epididymosomes and uterosomes in GPI-linked protein transfer to sperm using SPAM1 as a model. Mol Reprod Dev. 2008 Nov; 75(11):1627-36. PMID: 18384048.
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    25. Griffiths GS, Miller KA, Galileo DS, Martin-DeLeon PA. Murine SPAM1 is secreted by the estrous uterus and oviduct in a form that can bind to sperm during capacitation: acquisition enhances hyaluronic acid-binding ability and cumulus dispersal efficiency. Reproduction. 2008 Mar; 135(3):293-301. PMID: 18299422.
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    26. Tian J, Paquette-Straub C, Sage EH, Funk SE, Patel V, Galileo D, McLane MA. Inhibition of melanoma cell motility by the snake venom disintegrin eristostatin. Toxicon. 2007 Jun 1; 49(7):899-908. PMID: 17316731.
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    27. Fotos JS, Patel VP, Karin NJ, Temburni MK, Koh JT, Galileo DS. Automated time-lapse microscopy and high-resolution tracking of cell migration. Cytotechnology. 2006 May; 51(1):7-19. PMID: 19002890.
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    28. Masiello LM, Fotos JS, Galileo DS, Karin NJ. Lysophosphatidic acid induces chemotaxis in MC3T3-E1 osteoblastic cells. Bone. 2006 Jul; 39(1):72-82. PMID: 16487757.
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    29. Chen H, Griffiths G, Galileo DS, Martin-DeLeon PA. Epididymal SPAM1 is a marker for sperm maturation in the mouse. Biol Reprod. 2006 May; 74(5):923-30. PMID: 16436526.
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    30. Martin-DeLeon PA, Zhang H, Morales CR, Zhao Y, Rulon M, Barnoski BL, Chen H, Galileo DS. Spam1-associated transmission ratio distortion in mice: elucidating the mechanism. Reprod Biol Endocrinol. 2005; 3:32. PMID: 16092963.
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    31. Castellini M, Wolf LV, Chauhan BK, Galileo DS, Kilimann MW, Cvekl A, Duncan MK. Palm is expressed in both developing and adult mouse lens and retina. BMC Ophthalmol. 2005; 5:14. PMID: 15969763.
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    32. Morgan JC, Majors JE, Galileo DS. Distinct and opposite roles for SH2 and SH3 domains of v-src in embryo survival and hemangiosarcoma formation. Clin Exp Metastasis. 2005; 22(2):167-75. PMID: 16086237.
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    33. Cretu A, Fotos JS, Little BW, Galileo DS. Human and rat glioma growth, invasion, and vascularization in a novel chick embryo brain tumor model. Clin Exp Metastasis. 2005; 22(3):225-36. PMID: 16158250.
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    34. Stettler EM, Galileo DS. Radial glia produce and align the ligand fibronectin during neuronal migration in the developing chick brain. J Comp Neurol. 2004 Jan 12; 468(3):441-51. PMID: 14681936.
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    35. Galileo DS. Spatiotemporal gradient of oligodendrocyte differentiation in chick optic tectum requires brain integrity and cell-cell interactions. Glia. 2003 Jan; 41(1):25-37. PMID: 12465043.
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    36. Morgan JC, Majors JE, Galileo DS. Wild-type and mutant forms of v-src differentially alter neuronal migration and differentiation in vivo. J Neurosci Res. 2000 Jan 15; 59(2):226-37. PMID: 10650881.
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    37. Skeith A, Dunlop L, Galileo DS, Linser PJ. Inhibition of beta1-integrin expression reduces clone size during early retinogenesis. Brain Res Dev Brain Res. 1999 Aug 05; 116(1):123-6. PMID: 10446354.
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    38. Galileo DS, Hunter K, Smith SB. Stable and efficient gene transfer into the mutant retinal pigment epithelial cells of the Mitf(vit) mouse using a lentiviral vector. Curr Eye Res. 1999 Feb; 18(2):135-42. PMID: 10223658.
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    39. Sohal GS, Ali MM, Galileo DS, Ali AA. Emigration of neuroepithelial cells from the hindbrain neural tube in the chick embryo. Int J Dev Neurosci. 1998 Oct; 16(6):477-81. PMID: 9881296.
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    40. Zhang Z, Galileo DS. Retroviral transfer of antisense integrin alpha6 or alpha8 sequences results in laminar redistribution or clonal cell death in developing brain. J Neurosci. 1998 Sep 1; 18(17):6928-38. PMID: 9712662.
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    41. Zhang Z, Galileo DS. Widespread programmed cell death in early developing chick optic tectum. Neuroreport. 1998 Aug 24; 9(12):2797-801. PMID: 9760123.
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    42. Linser PJ, Schlosshauer B, Galileo DS, Buzzi WR, Lewis RC. Late proliferation of retinal Müller cell progenitors facilitates preferential targeting with retroviral vectors in vitro. Dev Genet. 1997; 20(3):186-96. PMID: 9216059.
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    43. Galileo DS, Majors J, Horwitz AF, Sanes JR. Retrovirally introduced antisense integrin RNA inhibits neuroblast migration in vivo. Neuron. 1992 Dec; 9(6):1117-31. PMID: 1463609.
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    44. Galileo DS, Linser PJ. Immunomagnetic removal of neurons from developing chick optic tectum results in glial phenotypic instability. Glia. 1992; 5(3):210-22. PMID: 1534068.
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    45. Galileo DS, Gee AP, Linser PJ. Neurons are replenished in cultures of embryonic chick optic tectum after immunomagnetic depletion. Dev Biol. 1991 Aug; 146(2):278-91. PMID: 1864457.
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    46. Galileo DS, Gray GE, Owens GC, Majors J, Sanes JR. Neurons and glia arise from a common progenitor in chicken optic tectum: demonstration with two retroviruses and cell type-specific antibodies. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1990 Jan; 87(1):458-62. PMID: 2104984.
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    47. Galileo DS, Morrill JB. Patterns of cells and extracellular material of the sea urchin Lytechinus variegatus (Echinodermata; Echinoidea) embryo, from hatched blastula to late gastrula. J Morphol. 1985 Sep; 185(3):387-402. PMID: 29991195.
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