Pathophysiology of neural stem cells

Ricardo Pardal Redondo
Ricardo Pardal Redondo
Campus Hospital Universitario Virgen del Rocío
Avda. Manuel Siurot, s/n.
41013 · Sevilla

Laboratory: 103
Francisco Vega Moreno
Francisco Vega Moreno
Campus Hospital Universitario Virgen del Rocío
Avda. Manuel Siurot, s/n.
41013 · Sevilla
Laboratory: 103
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Ricardo Pardal Redondo

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Group: Pathophysiology of neural stem cells

Group members Pathophysiology of neural stem cells
  • Aguilar Morante, Diana.Doctora en Biologia
  • Amador Álvarez, Aida.Investigadora predoctoral FPU
  • Cala Fernandez, Fernando.Técnico.
  • Calvo Baltanas, Fernando.Doctorado en Neurociencias.
  • Gómez Muñoz, Mª Ángeles.Investigadora en Formación
  • Ojeda Puertas, Mónica.Licenciada en Biomedicina
  • Pardal Redondo, Ricardo.PhD in Biology. Associate Professor (University of Seville).
  • Platero Luengo, Aida.Degree in Biology. PhD student.
  • Rodríguez Cumbreras, Pablo.Investigador en Formación.
  • Rodríguez Prieto, Ismael.Laboratory Technician (FP2).
  • Ruiz Moreno, David.Técnico.
  • Vega Moreno, Francisco.PhD in Biology. Post-doctoral fellow.

Research areas

Our group studies the biology of progenitor/stem cells in the adult nervous system. These cells reside in specific niches, from where they participate in the development, maintenance and repair of the neural tissue. The cellular and molecular contacts established within the niche, between the stem cells and the rest of the niche components, are essential for the normal functioning of neural stem cells. A disruption of these niche crosstalks could lead to disease conditions, due to a lack of regenerative capacity or to hyperproliferation within the niche. Our detailed studies on these neurogenic niches might contribute to an understanding of the mechanisms underlying tumorigenic growth within the nervous system.

International Journals
Vega, FM; Colmenero-Repiso, A; Gomez-Munoz, MA; Rodriguez-Prieto, I; Aguilar-Morante, D; Ramirez, G; Marquez, C; Cabello, R; Pardal, R
Response to "High CD44 expression is not a prognosis marker in patients with high-risk neuroblastoma"
Burgoyne, AM; Vann, KR; Joshi, S; Morales, GA; Vega, FM; Singh, A; Pal, D; Merati, AB; Kutateladze, TG; Durden, DL
A triple action CDK4/6-PI3K-BET inhibitor with augmented cancer cell cytotoxicity
Colmenero-Repiso, A; Gomez-Munoz, MA; Rodriguez-Prieto, I; Amador-Alvarez, A; Henrich, KO; Pascual-Vaca, D; Okonechnikov, K; Rivas, E; Westermann, F; Pardal, R; Vega, FM
Identification of VRK1 as a New Neuroblastoma Tumor Progression Marker Regulating Cell Proliferation
Huertas-Castano, C; Gomez-Munoz, MA; Pardal, R; Vega, FM
Hypoxia in the Initiation and Progression of Neuroblastoma Tumours
Sobrino, V; Platero-Luengo, A; Annese, V; Navarro-Guerrero, E; Gonzalez-Rodriguez, P; Lopez-Barneo, J; Pardal, R
Neurotransmitter Modulation of Carotid Body Germinal Niche
Nieto-González JL, Gómez-Sánchez L, Mavillard F, Linares-Clemente P, Rivero MC, Valenzuela-Villatoro M, Muñoz-Bravo JL, Pardal R, Fernández-Chacón R
Loss of postnatal quiescence of neural stem cells through mTOR activation upon genetic removal of cysteine string protein-α.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
Sobrino V, Annese V, Navarro-Guerrero E, Platero-Luengo A, Pardal R
The carotid body: a physiologically relevant germinal niche in the adult peripheral nervous system.
Cell Mol Life Sci.
Vega FM, Colmenero-Repiso A, Gómez-Muñoz MA, Rodríguez-Prieto I, Aguilar-Morante D, Ramírez G, Márquez C, Cabello R, Pardal R
CD44-high neural crest stem-like cells are associated with tumour aggressiveness and poor survival in neuroblastoma tumours.
Huertas-Castaño C, Gómez-Muñoz MA, Pardal R, Vega FM
Hypoxia in the Initiation and Progression of Neuroblastoma Tumours.
Int J Mol Sci.
Sobrino V, Annese V, Pardal R
Progenitor Cell Heterogeneity in the Adult Carotid Body Germinal Niche.
Adv Exp Med Biol.
Sobrino V, González-Rodríguez P, Annese V, López-Barneo J, Pardal R.
Fast neurogenesis from carotid body quiescent neuroblasts accelerates adaptation to hypoxia.
Vega FM, Ridley AJ.
The RhoB small GTPase in physiology and disease
Small GTPases.
Annese V, Navarro-Guerrero E, Rodríguez-Prieto I, Pardal R.
Physiological Plasticity of Neural-Crest-Derived Stem Cells in the Adult Mammalian Carotid Body.
Cell Rep.
Erdreich-Epstein A, Singh AR, Joshi S, Vega FM, Guo P, Xu J, Groshen S, Ye W, Millard M, Campan M, Morales G, Garlich JR, Laird PW, Seeger RC, Shimada H, Durden DL.
Association of high microvessel αvβ3 and low PTEN with poor outcome in stage 3 neuroblastoma: rationale for using first in class dual PI3K/BRD4 inhibitor, SF1126
García-Pras E, Gallego J, Coch L, Mejías M, Fernández-Miranda G, Pardal R, Bosch J, Méndez R, Fernández M.
Role and therapeutic potential of vascular stem/progenitor cells in pathological neovascularisation during chronic portal hypertension.
Linares-Clemente P, Aguilar-Morante D, Rodríguez-Prieto I, Ramírez G, de Torres C, Santamaría V, Pascual-Vaca D, Colmenero-Repiso A, Vega FM, Mora J, Cabello R, Márquez C, Rivas E, Pardal R.
Neural crest derived progenitor cells contribute to tumor stroma and aggressiveness in stage 4/M neuroblastoma.
Vega FM, Gautier V, Fernández-Ponce CM, Extremera MJ, Altelaar AFM, Millán J, Téllez JC, Hernández-Campos JA, Conejero R, Bolivar J, Pardal R, García-Cózar FJ, Aguado E, Heck AJR, Durán-Ruiz MC.
The atheroma plaque secretome stimulates the mobilization of endothelial progenitor cells ex vivo.
J Mol Cell Cardiol