Philippe Ratajczak

Jane-Lise Samuel2
Charlotte Brugiere1
Christophe Leboeuf1
2Jane-Lise Samuel
1Charlotte Brugiere
1Christophe Leboeuf
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Caveolins modulate signaling pathways involved in cardiac development. Caveolin-1 exists in two isoforms: the beta-isoform derivates from an alternative translational start site that creates a protein truncated by 31 amino acids, mainly expressed in endothelial cells, whereas caveolin-3 is present in muscle cells. Our aim was to define caveolin distribution(More)
  • Laurence Verneuil, Christophe Leboeuf, Guilhem Bousquet, Charlotte Brugiere, Morad Elbouchtaoui, Louis-François Plassa +4 others
  • 2015
BACKGROUND Skin squamous-cell-carcinoma (SCC), is the main complication in long-term kidney-transplant recipients, and it can include donor-derived cells. Preclinical models demonstrated the involvement of epithelial mesenchymal transition (EMT) in the progression of skin SCC, and the role of Snail, an EMT transcription factor, in cancer stem-cell survival(More)
To explore the vascular function of the angiotensin II (ANG II) AT(2) receptor subtype (AT(2)R), we generated a vascular smooth muscle cell (SMC) line expressing the AT(2)R (SMC-vAT(2)). The involvement of AT(2)R in the motility response of SMCs was examined in SMC-vAT(2) cells and their controls (SMC-v) cultured on either laminin or fibronectin matrix(More)
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