Nicolas Bosc

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'The Mouse (Mus musculus) T Cell Receptor Delta Variable (TRDV), Diversity (TRDD) and Joining (TRDJ) Genes', the 15th report of the 'IMGT Locus in Focus' section, comprises 7 tables entitled: (1) 'Number of mouse (Mus musculus) germline TRDV genes at 14D1-D2 and potential repertoire'; (2) 'Mouse (Mus musculus) germline TRDV genes at 14D1-D2'; (3) 'Mouse(More)
'The Mouse (Mus musculus) T cell Receptor Beta Variable (TRBV), Diversity (TRBD), and Joining (TRBJ) Genes', the 14th report of the 'IMGT Locus in Focus' section, comprises 8 tables entitled: (1) 'Number of mouse (Mus musculus) germline TRBV genes at 6A-C and potential repertoire'; (2) 'Mouse (Mus musculus) germline TRBV genes at 6A-C'; (3) 'Mouse (Mus(More)
Because of the success of imatinib, the first type-II kinase inhibitor approved by the FDA in 2001, sustained efforts have been made by the pharmaceutical industry to discover novel compounds stabilizing the inactive conformation of protein kinases. On the seven type-II inhibitors having reached the market, four were released in 2012, suggesting an(More)
Given the difficulties to identify chemical probes that can modulate protein-protein interactions (PPIs), actors in the field have started to agree on the necessity to use PPI-tailored screening chemical collections. However, which type of scaffolds may promote the binding of compounds to PPI targets remains unclear. In this big data analysis, we have(More)
Compound selectivity is an important issue when developing a new drug. In many instances, a lack of selectivity can translate to increased toxicity. Protein kinases are particularly concerned with this issue because they share high sequence and structural similarity. However, selectivity may be assessed early on using data generated from protein kinase(More)
So far, 518 protein kinases have been identified in the human genome. They share a common mechanism of protein phosphorylation and are involved in many critical biological processes of eukaryotic cells. Deregulation of the kinase phosphorylation function induces severe illnesses such as cancer, diabetes, or inflammatory diseases. Many actors in the(More)
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