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Modeling mammary organogenesis from biological first principles: Cells and their physical constraints
International audience In multicellular organisms, relations among parts and between parts and the whole are contextual and interdependent. These organisms and their cells are ontogenetically linked: an organism starts as a cell that divides producing non-identical cells, which organize in tri-dimen...
Long-Lasting Crossmodal Cortical Reorganization Triggered by Brief Postnatal Visual Deprivation
Molecular mechanisms of mammalian cell survival and differentiation
Cellular and developmental processes are regulated by extracellular and intracellular signals that are mediated by networks of signaling pathways. In recent years, microRNAs have also emerged as a class of critical modulators of the same processes. For my thesis studies, I focused on regulatory mech...
Fine-tuning tomato agronomic properties by computational genome redesign
Recent Progress and Perspectives in Digital Holographic Microscopy
Digital Holographic Microscopy (DHM), is a new imaging technique allowing to provide quantitative phase images with a high accuracy and stability making possible to explore a large variety of relevant processes, occurring on the p.s to day time scale, in the fields including material research as wel...
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Physiological and photophysiological responses of the benthic diatom Entomoneis paludosa (Bacillariophyceae) to dissolved inorganic and organic nitrogen in culture
International audience Benthic diatoms are dominant primary producers in intertidal flats. This study investigated the effect of different nitrogen sources and concentrations on Entomoneis paludosa growth and physiological responses. Six nitrogen sources either inorganic (nitrate and ammonium) or or...
Spatially Restricted Immune Responses Are Required for Maintaining Root Meristematic Activity upon Detection of Bacteria.
Plants restrict immune responses to vulnerable root parts. Spatially restricted responses are thought to be necessary to avoid constitutive responses to rhizosphere microbiota. To directly demonstrate the importance of spatially restricted responses, we expressed the plant flagellin receptor (FLS2)...
Future perspectives in melanoma research: meeting report from the "Melanoma Bridge";: Napoli, December 3rd-6th 2014.
The fourth "Melanoma Bridge Meeting" took place in Naples, December 3-6th, 2014. The four topics discussed at this meeting were: Molecular and Immunological Advances, Combination Therapies, News in Immunotherapy, and Tumor Microenvironment and Biomarkers. Until recently systemic therapy for metastat...
Silicon particles as trojan horses for potential cancer therapy
Species specific gene expression dynamics during harmful algal blooms
International audience Harmful algal blooms are caused by specific members of microbial communities. Understanding the dynamics of these events requires comparing the strategies developed by the problematic species to cope with environmental fluctuations to the ones developed by the other members of...
The combined effect of ultraviolet B radiation and temperature increase on phytoplankton dynamics and cell cycle using pulse shape recording flow cytometry
Temperature and ultraviolet radiation B (UVB) are expected to increase in the next few decades and will mostly affect mid and high latitudes. In order to study the combined effect of temperature and UVB increase, on the phytoplankton community in the Saint Lawrence Estuary, duplicates of four differ...
Differential expression of two ATPases revealed by lipid raft isolation from gills of euryhaline teleosts with different salinity preferences
New approaches in metastatic melanoma: biological and molecular targeted therapies
Classical metastatic melanoma therapy is disappointing but important progress has been made in the understanding of melanoma biology. Genetic lesions and several intracellular signaling pathways that could serve as targets for novel therapy have been identified and a number of new agents are under e...
Synthetic DNA and RNA Programming
Dear Colleagues, Synthetic biology is a broad and emerging discipline that capitalizes on recent advances in molecular biology, genetics, protein and RNA engineering and omics technologies. These technologies have transformed our ability to reveal the biology of the cell and the molecular basis of d...
Modeling of neuromuscular pathologies by directed co-differentiation of pluripotent stem cells induced in muscular fibers innervated by motoneurones
Induced pluripotent stem cells obtained by reprogramming of primary somatic cells have revolutionized the cell biology and disease modeling fields. However, modeling human skeletal muscle and neuromuscular disorders has been hindered by a limited number of protocols for generation of mature muscle f...
Improvement of regeneration in pepper: a recalcitrant species
Delineating the biology of Anaplastic Lymphoma Kinase (ALK) and its resistance to crizotinib
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy Abstract: Anaplastic lymphoma kinase (ALK) is a receptor tyrosine kinase receptor that was initially identified as a potent oncogenic driver in anaplastic large-cell lymphoma (ALCL) in the form of NPM-ALK fusion protein. Various forms of oncogenic ALK proteins have been...
Identifying theories in developmental biology. The case of the cancer stem cell theory
Investigating the physiological function of the amyloid precursor protein in Drosophila melanogaster
The amyloid precursor protein (APP) is a structurally and functionally conserved transmembrane protein from C. elegans to humans. It has mainly been known and studied for its implication in Alzheimer’s disease (AD) because one of its proteolytic products, the Aβ oligomers, aggregates and forms senil...
Fetal Therapies and Maternal-Fetal Tolerance
The ability to diagnose and treat genetic diseases before birth represents one of the foremost breakthroughs of modern medicine. While fetal surgery has advanced in the last several decades, the prospect of applying developments in stem cell biology and gene therapy to the fetal environment remains...
Que font les scientifiques lorsqu’ils ne sont pas naturalistes ? : Le cas des levuristes
`!-- Début du contenu @xml:lang="en" --bIn Beyond Nature and Culture, based on a dichotomy between interiority and physicality considered as universal, Philippe Descola defines four schemes of thought which allow us to account for all past and present societies’ cosmologies : naturalism, animism, t...
Clock-Talk: Interactions between Central and Peripheral Circadian Oscillators in Mammals.
In mammals, including humans, nearly all physiological processes are subject to daily oscillations that are governed by a circadian timing system with a complex hierarchical structure. The central pacemaker, residing in the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) of the ventral hypothalamus, is synchronized d...
Normal human merkel cells are present in epidermal cell populations isolated and cultured from glabrous and hairy skin sites
The Merkel cell is a highly specialized cell that primarily acts as a slowly adapting mechanoreceptor. Merkel cells are scarce in normal skin but can be identified by the expression of distinct keratin filaments. Merkel cells constitute a very unique population and many questions still remain as to...
VMR 100uL Micropipette, Top View
This image is part of a series displaying key features of micropipetting. This image illustrates the top view of a 100uL micropipette. This laboratory equipment is used in Introduction to Cell Biology: Biology 107 and Molecular Genetics and Heredity: Biology 207. This image was created as part of th...
Differentiation of skeletal muscle-derived stem cells into beta pancreatic lineage
Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) is characterized by high and poorly controlled glucose levels due to the destruction of insulin-secreting pancreatic ß-cells. However, current ß-cell replacement therapies, involving pancreas and pancreatic islet transplantation are technically demanding and limited by donor av...