Joël-Paul Grillasca

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Xenobiotic glucuronidation represents a major metabolic protection of the brain against chemical aggressions at blood-brain interfaces. We previously observed that glucuronidation of 1-naphthol was very effective in olfactory bulb, which is a pathway for the entry of foreign molecules into the brain. In this work, we showed that 1-naphthol glucuronidation(More)
We describe here new software able to retrieve from protein or nucleic acid databases, the sequence corresponding to a protein or peptide whose only amino acid composition and molecular weight are known. This algorithm is particularly devoted to the retrieval of partial sequences, a task that other available software performs poorly. Its accuracy for the(More)
We present here a computational method based on the analysis of amino acid composition for performing comparisons between proteins. This user-friendly and reliable test is aimed at rapidly identifying, from data-base subsets, sequences--if necessary, partial sequences--which share similar amino acid compositions to the input composition (deduced from(More)
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