David Tulasne

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In embryos and in human tumors, the expression of the ETSI transcription factor correlates with the occurrence of invasive processes. Although this was demonstrated in cells of mesodermal origin, the expression of ETSI was not detected in epithelial cells. In the present study, we show that during early organogenesis in the chick embryo, ETSI mRNA(More)
Hepatocyte growth factor/scatter factor (HGF/SF) acts through the membrane-anchored Met receptor tyrosine kinase to induce invasive growth. Deregulation of this signaling is associated with tumorigenesis and involves, in most cases, overexpression of the receptor. We demonstrate that Met is processed in epithelial cells by presenilin-dependent regulated(More)
Met receptor tyrosine kinase was discovered in 1984 as an oncogene. Thirty years later, Met and its ligand hepatocyte growth factor/scatter factor are promising targets for the novel therapies developed to fight against cancers, with more than 240 clinical trials currently conducted. In this review, we offer to trace and highlight the most recent findings(More)
Inappropriate MET tyrosine kinase receptor signaling is detected in almost all types of human cancer and contributes to malignant growth and MET dependency via proliferative and antiapoptotic activities. Independently, Tensin-4 (TNS4) is emerging as a putative oncogene in many cancer types, but the mechanisms of TNS4 oncogenic activity are not well(More)
Although several ADAMs (A disintegrin-like and metalloproteases) have been shown to contribute to the amyloid precursor protein (APP) metabolism, the full spectrum of metalloproteases involved in this metabolism remains to be established. Transcriptomic analyses centred on metalloprotease genes unraveled a 50% decrease in ADAM30 expression that inversely(More)
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