Frantz Bouhallier

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Spermatogenesis is a cyclic process in which diploid spermatogonia differentiate into haploid spermatozoa. This process is highly regulated, notably at the post-transcriptional level. MicroRNAs (miRNAs), single-stranded noncoding RNA molecules of about 20-25 nucleotides, are implicated in the regulation of many important biological pathways such as(More)
Hsp27 belongs to the heat shock protein family and displays chaperone properties in stress conditions by holding unfolded polypeptides, hence avoiding their inclination to aggregate. Hsp27 is often referenced as an anti-cancer therapeutic target, but apart from its well-described ability to interfere with different stresses and apoptotic processes, its role(More)
Major nonprimate-primate differences in cortico-genesis include the dimensions, precursor lineages, and developmental timing of the germinal zones (GZs). microRNAs (miRNAs) of laser-dissected GZ compartments and cortical plate (CP) from embryonic E80 macaque visual cortex were deep sequenced. The CP and the GZ including ventricular zone (VZ) and outer and(More)
BACKGROUND The Sonic Hedgehog (SHH) signaling pathway plays an important role in neural crest cell fate during embryonic development and has been implicated in the progression of multiple cancers that include neuroblastoma, a neural crest cell-derived disease. While most of the SHH signaling is mediated by the well-described canonical pathway leading to the(More)
Embryonic stem (ES) cells were first isolated in 1981 in the mouse from the in vitro proliferation of the inner cell mass of a 3.5 days post-coitum (dpc) blastocyst. Later on, epiblast stem cells (EpiSC) were identified from in vitro culture of the epiblast of a 6.5 dpc mouse embryo, leading to the concept of naïve and primed stem cells. Among non-mammalian(More)
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