Camille Perret

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Delta-viniferin is a resveratrol dehydrodimer, an isomer of epsilon-viniferin. This compound has been reported as a molecule produced in vitro by the oxidative dimerization of resveratrol by plant peroxidases or fungal laccases. It was also recently identified in wines and in grape cell cultures. We have now identified this dimer by NMR, high-performance(More)
The cannabinoid CB2 receptor (CB2R) represents a promising therapeutic target for various forms of tissue injury and inflammatory diseases. Although numerous compounds have been developed and widely used to target CB2R, their selectivity, molecular mode of action and pharmacokinetic properties have been poorly characterized. Here we report the most(More)
Polymeric tannins, extracted from grape berries (Gamay variety), were fractionated according to their mean degree of polymerisation (mDP) on a styrene-divinylbenzene phase eluted with a gradient of methanol:chloroform. Increasing the percentage of methanol led to the solubilisation of higher molecular weight tannins. The mean mDP of each collected fraction(More)
Major histocompatibility complex class II (MHCII)-restricted antigen priming of CD4+ T cells is both involved in adaptive immune responses and the pathogenesis of autoimmune diseases. Degradation of invariant chain Ii, a protein that prevents premature peptide loading, is a prerequisite for nascent MHCII-peptide complex formation. A key proteolytic step in(More)