Mouse functional genetics / Publications

Recent publications

  • Artus, J., and Chazaud, C. (2014). A close look at the mammalian blastocyst: epiblast and primitive endoderm formation. Cell Mol Life Sci. [Epub ahead of print].
  • Beck-Cormier, S., Escande, M., Souilhol, C., Vandormael-Pournin, S., Sourice, S., Pilet, P., Babinet, C., and Cohen-Tannoudji, M. (2014). Notchless is required for axial skeleton formation in mice. PLoS One 9, e98507.
  • Vatin, M., Bouvier, S., Bellazi, L., Montagutelli, X., Laissue, P., Ziyyat, A., Serres, C., De Mazancourt, P., Dieudonne, M. N., Mornet, E., Vaiman, D., and Gris, J. C. (2014). Polymorphisms of Human Placental Alkaline Phosphatase Are Associated with in Vitro Fertilization Success and Recurrent Pregnancy Loss. Am J Pathol 184, 362-368.
  • Schughart, K., Libert, C., consortium, S., and Kas, M. J. (2013). Controlling complexity: the clinical relevance of mouse complex genetics. European journal of human genetics : EJHG 21, 1191-1196.
  • Le Bouteiller, M., Souilhol, C., Beck-Cormier, S., Stedman, A., Burlen-Defranoux, O., Vandormael-Pournin, S., Bernex, F., Cumano, A., and Cohen-Tannoudji, M. (2013). Notchless-dependent ribosome synthesis is required for the maintenance of adult hematopoietic stem cells. The Journal of experimental medicine 210, 2351-2369.
  • Chevallier, L., Blanchet, C., Jaubert, J., Pachulec, E., Demeure, C., Carniel, E., Panthier, J. J., and Montagutelli, X. (2013). Resistance to plague of Mus spretus SEG/Pas mice requires the combined action of at least four genetic factors. Genes Immun 14, 35-41.
  • Campagne, C., Jule, S., Alleaume, C., Bernex, F., Ezagal, J., Chateau-Joubert, S., Estrada, M., Aubin-Houzelstein, G., Panthier, J. J., and Egidy, G. (2013). Canine Melanoma Diagnosis: RACK1 as a Potential Biological Marker. Veterinary pathology 50, 1083-1090.
  • Artus, J., Kang, M., Cohen-Tannoudji, M., and Hadjantonakis, A. K. (2013). PDGF signaling is required for primitive endoderm cell survival in the inner cell mass of the mouse blastocyst. Stem cells 31, 1932-1941.