Alessandra Pelagalli


Dr. Alessandra Pelagalli is presently working as Senior Researcher at the University of Naples in the Department of Advanced Biomedical Sciences in the areas of veterinary physiology. She is also served as Professor of Veterinary Physiology. She authored many publications in national and international journals. She is the active member in various societies such as Member of Italian Society of Veterinary Sciences (SISVET), Member of the Italian Society of Veterinary physiologists (SOFIVET), and Membership in the Italian Association of Cell Culture.

Research Interests:

Her research interest mainly focuses on the role of bone mesenchymal stem cells and differentiation processes after different stimulation, the role of proteins aquaporins in cell migration, the role of aquaporins in permeability of different tissues involved in different processes (digestion, food intake, metabolic activities) in domestic animal species.

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