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Published on 12 July 2018
Exposure of Human Skin Organoids to Low Genotoxic Stress Can Promote Epithelial-to-Mesenchymal Transition in Regenerating Keratinocyte Precursor Cells.
Cavallero S, Neves Granito R, Stockholm D, Azzolin P, Martin MT, Fortunel NO.
Fibroblasts from the Human Skin Dermo-Hypodermal Junction are Distinct from Dermal Papillary and Reticular Fibroblasts and from Mesenchymal Stem Cells and Exhibit a Specific Molecular Profile Related to Extracellular Matrix Organization and Modeling.
Haydont V, Neiveyans V, Perez P, Busson E, Lataillade J, Asselineau D, Fortunel NO.
Impairment of base excision repair in dermal fibroblasts isolated from Nevoid Basal Cell Carcinoma patients.
Charazac A, Fayyad N, Beal D, Bourgoin-Voillard S, Seve M, Sauvaigo S, Lamartine J, Soularue P, Moratille S, Martin MT, Ravanat JL, Douki T and Rachidi W.
When stemness genes meet skin graft bioengineering: focus on KLF4
Fortunel NO et Martin MT.
When the Search for Stemness Genes Meets the Skin Substitute Bioengineering Field: KLF4 Transcription Factor under the Light.
Fortunel NO and Martin MT.
NFATC2 modulates radiation toxicity in dermal fibroblasts from patients with severe side-effects of radiotherapy.
Dulong J, Kouakou C, Mesloub Y, Rorteau J, Moratille S, Chevalier F, Vinasco Sandoval T, Martin MT and Lamartine J.
Age-related evolutions of the dermis: clinical signs, fibroblasts and extracellular matrix dynamics.
V Haydont, BA Bernard, NO Fortunel.
Genome-wide profiling of adult human papillary and reticular fibroblasts identifies ACAN, Col XI ?1, and PSG1 as general biomarkers of dermis ageing, and KANK4 as an exemplary effector of papillary fibroblast ageing, related to contractility.
Haydont V, Neiveyans V, Zucchi H, Fortunel NO, Asselineau D.
Iterative three-dimensional epidermis bioengineering and xenografting to assess long-term regenerative potential in human keratinocyte precursor cells.
Fortunel NO, Bouissou-Cadio E, Coutier J, and Martin MT.
KLF4 inhibition promotes expansion of adult human epidermal precursors and embryonic stem-cell-derived keratinocytes.
Fortunel NO, Chadli L, Coutier J, Lemaître G, Auvré F, Domingues S, Bouissou-Cadio E, Vaigot P, Cavallero S, Deleuze JF, Roméo PH, and Martin MT.
Long non-coding RNAs: new mechanisms regulating sensitivity to ionizing radiation.
Martin MT.
Transcriptome profiling of human papillary and reticular fibroblasts from adult interfollicular dermis pinpoints the 'tissue skeleton' gene network as a component of skin chrono-ageing
Haydont V, Neiveyans V, Fortunel NO, Asselineau D
Severe PATCHED1 deficiency in cancer-prone Gorlin patient cells results in intrinsic radiosensitivity.
A Vulin, M Sedkaoui, S Moratille, N Sevenet, P Soularue, O Rigaud, L Guibbal, J Dulong, P Jeggo, JF Deleuze, J Lamartine and MT Martin.
Quantitative detection of low-abundance transcripts at single-cell level in human epidermal keratinocytes by digital droplet reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction.
F Auvre, J Coutier, MT. Martin, and NO. Fortunel.
Human epidermal stem cells: role in skin reactions and carcinogenesis from radiation.
MT Martin, A Vulin, JH Hendry.
ICRP Publication 131: Stem cell biology with respect to carcinogenesis aspects of radiological protection.
Hendry JH, Niwa O, Barcellos-Hoff MH, Globus RK, Harrison JD, Martin MT, Seed TM, Shay JW, Story MD, Suzuki K, Yamashita S.
Bioengineering a human plasma-based epidermal substitute with efficient grafting capacity and high content in clonogenic cells.
Alexaline M, Trouillas M, Nivet M, Bourreau E, Leclerc T, Duhamel P, Martin MT, Doucet C, Fortunel NO, Lataillade JJ.
ICRP, 2015. Stem Cell Biology with Respect to Carcinogenesis Aspects of Radiological Protection.
O. Niwa, M.H. Barcellos-Hoff, R.K. Globus, J.D. Harrison, J.H. Hendry, P. Jacob, M.T. Martin, T.M. Seed, J.W. Shay, M.D. Story, K. Suzuki, S. Yamashita.
Spotlight on skin physiology  from molecular controls of cell fate to normal tissue or pathological states
Fortunel NO
The regulatory role of the tetrapeptide AcSDKP in skin and hair physiology and the prevention of ageing effects in these tissues a potential cosmetic role
Hajem N, Chapelle A, Bignon J, Pinault A, Liu JM, Salah-Mohellibi N, Lati E, Wdzieczak-Bakala J
Monitoring the cycling activity of cultured human keratinocytes using a CFSE-based dye tracking approach.
Chadli L, Cadio E, Vaigot P, Martin M T, Fortunel N O
Functional interplay between p63 and p53 controls RUNX1 function in the transition from proliferation to differentiation in human keratinocytes.
Masse I, Barbollat-Boutrand L, Molina M, Berthier-Vergnes O, Joly-Tonetti N, Martin MT, Caron de Fromentel C, Kanitakis J and Lamartine J.
Laser-plasma accelerators-based high-energy radiation femtochemistry and spatio-temporal radiation biomedicine.
Gauduel Y, Lund H, Martin M, Malka V.
Cellular organization of the human epidermal basal layer  Clues sustaining a hierarchical model
Fortunel NO, Martin MT
FGF2 mediates DNA repair in epidermoid carcinoma cells exposed to ionizing radiation
Marie M, Hafner S, Moratille S, Vaigot P, Mine S, Rigaud O, Martin MT
CD98hc (SLC3A2) is a key regulator of keratinocyte adhesion.
Lemaitre G, Stella A, Feteira J, Baldeschi C, Vaigot P, Martin MT, Monsarrat B, Waksman G.
Cellular adhesion on collagen  a simple method to select human basal keratinocytes which preserves their high growth capacity
Fortunel N O, Chadli L, Bourreau E, Cadio E, Vaigot P, Marie M, Deshayes N, Rathman-Josserand M, Leclaire J, Martin M T
Investigating human keratinocyte stem cell identity
Chadli L, Martin M T, Fortunel N O
Skin physiology  crossroads for a multidisciplinary science
Fortunel N O
Exploration of the functional hierarchy of the basal layer of human epidermis at the single-cell level using parallel clonal microcultures of keratinocytes.
Fortunel NO, Cadio E, Vaigot P, Chadli L, Moratille S, Bouet S, Roméo PH and Martin MT.
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