Marie-Françoise Odou

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OBJECTIVE Mesenteric fat hyperplasia is a hallmark of Crohn's disease (CD), and C reactive protein (CRP) is correlated with disease activity. The authors investigated whether mesenteric adipocytes may be a source of CRP in CD and whether inflammatory and bacterial triggers may stimulate its production by adipocytes. DESIGN CRP expression in the mesenteric(More)
The identification of mutations in the MEN1 gene causing MEN1 has represented a challenge since the cloning of the gene in 1997 because of the lack of mutation hot-spots in the gene and the lack of phenotype-genotype correlations. The use of denaturing high performance liquid chromatography (DHPLC), a high throughput, reliable and automated(More)
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