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Publié le 2 octobre 2023


Switching of RNA splicing regulators in immature neuroblasts: a key step in adult neurogenesis

​Corentin Bernou, Marc-André Mouthon, Mathieu Daynac, Benjamin Demaille, Vilma Barroca, Sébastien Couillard-Despres, Nathalie Dechamps, Véronique Ménard, Léa Bellenger, Christophe Antoniewski, Alexandra Chicheportiche, François D. Boussin​

Loss of CD24 promotes radiation? and chemo?resistance by inducing stemness properties associated with a hybrid E/M state in breast cancer cells
Bontemps, I., Lallemand, C., Biard, D., Dechamps, N., Kortulewski, T., Bourneuf, E., Siberchicot, C., Boussin, F., Chevillard, S., Campalans, A., Lebeau, J.
A role for endothelial alpha-mannosidase MAN1C1 in radiation-induced immune cell recruitment

Ladaigue S, Lefranc AC, Balde K, Quitoco M, Bacquer E, Busso D, Piton G, Dépagne J, Déchamps N, Yamakawa N, Debusschere L, Han C, Allain F, Buard V, Tarlet G, François A, Paget V, Milliat F, Guipaud O

REDD1 is a gatekeeper of murine hematopoietic stem cell functions during stress responses

Barroca V, Henry E, Dechamps N, Renou L, Chaintreuil P, Kulkarni R, Devanand S, Jacquel A, Robert G, Auberger P, Pflumio F, Arcangeli ML

Prion protein deficiency impairs hematopoietic stem cells determination and sensitizes myeloid progenitors to irradiation
Siberchicot C, Gault N, Déchamps N, Barroca V, Aguzzi A, Roméo PH, Radicella JP, Bravard A, Bernardino-Sgherri J.
Mitochondrial maintenance under oxidative stress depends on mitochondrial but not nuclear alpa- isoform of OGG1.
Lia D., Reyes A., Araujo de Melo Campos J., Piolot T., Baijer J., Radicella J.P., Campalans A.
Mitochondrial maintenance under oxidative stress depends on mitochondrially localised ?-OGG1.
Lia D, Reyes A, de Melo Campos JTA, Piolot T, Baijer J, Radicella JP, Campalans A.
TNFSF10/TRAIL regulates human T4 effector memory lymphocyte radiosensitivity and  predicts radiation-induced acute and subacute dermatitis.
Baijer J, D‚champs N, Perdry H, Morales P, Kerns S, Vasilescu A, Baulande S, Azria D, Romeo PH, Schmitz A.
Rad54 is required for the normal development of male and female germ cells and contributes to the maintainance of their genome integrity after genotoxic stress
Messiaen S, Le Bras A, Duquenne C, Barroca V, Moison D, Dechamps N, Doussau M, Bauchet AL, Guerquin MJ, Livera G, Essers J, Kanaar R, Habert R, Bernardino-Sgherri J
Cellular and Molecular Effect of MEHP Involving LXR alpha in Human Fetal Testis and Ovary
Muczynski V, Lecureuil C, Messiaen S, Guerquin MJ, N'Tumba-Byn T, Moison D, Hodroj W, Benjelloun H, Baijer J, Livera G, Frydman R, Benachi A, Habert R, Rouiller-Fabre V
The Effect of In Vitro Growth Conditions on the Resistance of Acanthamoeba Cysts
Coulon C, Dechamps N, Meylheuc T, Collignon A, McDonnell G, Thomas V
Assessment of Human Multi-Potent Hematopoietic Stem/Progenitor Cell Potential Using a Single In Vitro Screening System
Calvo J, Benyoucef A, Baijer J, Rouyez MC, Pflumio F
Activation of the Nuclear Factor kappa B pathway by heavy ion beams of different linear energy transfer
Hellweg C E, Baumstark-Khan C, Schmitz C, Lau P, Meier M M, Testard I, Berger T, Reitz G
Carbon-Ion-Induced Activation of the NF-kappa B Pathway
Hellweg C E, Baumstark-Khan C, Schmitz C, Lau P, Meier M M, Testard I, Berger T, Reitz G
In vivo cellular imaging pinpoints the role of reactive oxygen species in the early steps of adult hematopoietic reconstitution.
Lewandowski, D., V. Barroca, F. Ducongé, J. Bayer, J. T. Van Nhieu, C. Pestourie, P. Fouchet, B. Tavitian, and P. H. Roméo.
In vivo cellular imaging pinpoints the role of reactive oxygen species in the early steps of adult hematopoietic reconstitution
Lewandowski D, Barroca V, Duconge F, Bayer J, Van Nhieu J T, Pestourie C, Fouchet P, Tavitian B, Romeo P H
Heritability of susceptibility to ionizing radiation-induced apoptosis of human lymphocyte subpopulations
Schmitz A, Bayer J, Dechamps N, Goldin L, Thomas G
Thematic workshop on fluorescence compensation settings in multicolor flow cytometry
Bayer J, Grunwald D, Lambert C, Mayol JF, Maynadie M