Jérémy Ollier

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Although circulating DNA (ctDNA) could be an attractive tool for early cancer detection, diagnosis, prognosis, monitoring or prediction of response to therapies, knowledge on its origin, form and rate of release is poor and often contradictory. Here, we describe an experimental system to systematically examine these aspects. Nude mice were xenografted with(More)
The nature of the common surface antigen of six hemagglutinating and adhesive piliated Escherichia coli strains isolated from diarrheic or septicemic calves was studied. By electron microscopy studies, the E. coli surface antigen designated CS31A was found on bacterial cells and in purified form to consist of thin (2-nm) "fibrillar" fimbriae. E. coli 31A,(More)
Three strains of Escherichia coli with a common surface antigen, 31a, capable of adhering to calf enterocytes in vitro were compared to reference strains of septicaemic E. coli (RVC 330 and vir E. coli). The surface antigen 31a was present in the RVC 330 reference strain. E. coli vir had a surface antigen which was not present in E. coli 31a or E. coli RVC(More)
The K99 and F41 pili produced by most bovine enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli were composed of polypeptide subunits with molecular weights of 18,300 and 29,000. The glucose dependency of K99 pili biosynthesis in some strains of E. coli was evidenced by results of SDS-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. Differences in electrophoretic mobility in "Noble" agar(More)
Alexandre Prieur*, Monica Cappellini*, Guillaume Habif*, Marie-Paule Lefranc, Thibault Mazard, Eric Morency, Jean-Marc Pascussi, Maud Flacelière, Nathalie Cahuzac, Bérengère Vire, Benjamin Dubuc, Amandine Durochat, Pierre Liaud, Jérémy Ollier, Caroline Pfeiffer, Sophie Poupeau, Véronique Saywell, Chris Planque, Eric Assenat, Frédéric Bibeau, Jean-François(More)
Subpopulations of cancer stem-like cells (CSC) are thought to drive tumor progression and posttreatment recurrence in multiple solid tumors. However, the mechanisms that maintain stable proportions of self-renewing CSC within heterogeneous tumors under homeostatic conditions remain poorly understood. Progastrin is a secreted peptide that exhibits(More)
Purpose: Patients with metastatic colorectal cancer suffer from disease relapse mainly due to cancer stem cells (CSC). Interestingly, they have an increased level of blood progastrin, a tumor-promoting peptide essential for the self-renewal of colon CSCs, which is also a direct β-catenin/TCF4 target gene. In this study, we aimed to develop a novel targeted(More)
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