Bernard Vandercam3
Estelle Dacheux2
Jean-Cyr Yombi2
Leila Belkhir2
Nicole Dalla Venezia2
3Bernard Vandercam
2Estelle Dacheux
2Jean-Cyr Yombi
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An increase in circulating adrenal catecholamine levels constitutes one of the mechanisms whereby organisms cope with stress. Accordingly, stimulus-secretion coupling within the stressed adrenal medullary tissue undergoes persistent remodeling. In particular, cholinergic synaptic neurotransmission between splanchnic nerve terminals and chromaffin cells is(More)
  • Pietro Mesirca, Jacqueline Alig, Angelo G. Torrente, Jana Christina Müller, Laurine Marger, Anne Rollin +15 others
  • 2014
The mechanisms underlying cardiac automaticity are still incompletely understood and controversial. Here we report the complete conditional and time-controlled silencing of the 'funny' current (If) by expression of a dominant-negative, non-conductive HCN4-channel subunit (hHCN4-AYA). Heart-specific If silencing caused altered [Ca(2+)]i release and Ca(2+)(More)
BACKGROUND Our objective was to determine the frequency and determinants of presentation to care with advanced HIV disease in patients who discover their HIV diagnosis at this stage as well as those with delayed presentation to care after HIV diagnosis in earlier stages. METHODS We collected data on 1,819 HIV-infected patients in Brussels (Belgium) and(More)
BRCA1 (Breast Cancer 1) has been implicated in a number of cellular processes, including transcription regulation, DNA damage repair and protein ubiquitination. We previously demonstrated that BRCA1 interacts with PABP1 (Poly(A)-Binding Protein 1) and that BRCA1 modulates protein synthesis through this interaction. To identify the mRNAs that are(More)
As glucose is a mandatory nutrient for cell proliferation and renewal, it is suspected that glucose microenvironment is sensed by all cell types to regulate angiogenesis. Several glucose-sensing components have been partially described to respond to high glucose levels. However, little is known about the response to low glucose. Here, we used(More)
PURPOSE Quality of life is a key element in the follow-up of people living with HIV/AIDS. The main purpose of this study was to validate the French version of the WHOQOL-HIV instrument by comparing this instrument to a generic questionnaire. The second objective was to test the reproducibility of this questionnaire. METHOD The WHOQOL-HIV and SF-36(More)
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