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Archive 2011-2007

2011-2007 publication list


Gallet A. "Hedgehog morphogen: from its secretion to its reception". Trends Cell Biol. 21, 238-246.
van Munster, M., le Gleuher, M., Pauchet, Y., Augustin, S., Courtin, C., Amichot, M., ffrench-Constant, R. H., and Pauron, D." Molecular characterization of three genes encoding aminopeptidases N in the poplar leaf beetle Chrysomela tremulae". Insect Mol Biol. Apr;20(2):267-78.
Opota, O., Gauthier, N., Doye, A., Berry, C., Gounon, P., Lemichez, E., Pauron, D. "Bacillus sphaericus binary toxin elicits autophagy as a response to intoxication". PLoS One. Feb 14;6(2).


Ayers K.*, Gallet A.*+, Staccini-Lavenant L. and Thérond P. "The long range Hedgehog gradient is formed in the apical extracellular space by the Glypican Dally and the Hydrolase Notum" Dev Cell. 18(4):605-20.
Brun-Barale A., O. Héma, T. Martin, S. Suraporn, P. Audant, H. Sezutsu and R. Feyereisen, "Multiple P450 genes overexpressed in deltamethrin-resistant strains of Helicoverpa armigera". Pest Management Science. vol 66 pp 900-909.
E. d’Alençon, H. Sezutsu, F. Legeai, E. Permal, S. Bernard-Samain, S. Gimenez, C. Gagneur, F. Cousserans, M. Shimomura, A. Brun-Barale et al.:"Extensive synteny conservation of holocentric chromosomes in Lepidoptera despite high rates of local genome rearrangement". PNAS. 107 (17): 7680-7685.


Ayers K.L., Rodriguez R., Gallet A., Ruel L. and Thérond P.: "Tow (Target of Wingless), a novel repressor of the Hedgehog pathway in Drosophila." Dev Biol. 329(2):280-93.
Pauchet Y, Wilkinson P, van Munster M, Augustin S, Pauron D, ffrench-Constant RH.: "Pyrosequencing of the midgut transcriptome of the poplar leaf beetle Chrysomela tremulae reveals new gene families in Coleoptera". Insect Biochem Mol Biol. 39, 403-13.


Gallet A.+, Staccini-Lavenant L. and Thérond P.: "The Cellular Trafficking of the Glypican Dally-like Is Required for Full-Strength Hedgehog Signaling and Wingless Transcytosis." Dev Cell.; 14(5):712-25.
Opota, O., Charles, J-F., Warot, S., Pauron, D., Darboux, I.: "Identification and characterization of the receptor for the Bacillus sphaericus binary toxin in the malaria vector mosquito, Anopheles gambiae. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology". Part B: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 149, 419-27.
Magana C., Hernandez-Crespo P., Brun-Barale A., Couso F., J.M. Bride, Castanera P., Feyereisen R., Ortego F.: "Mechanisms of resistance to malathion in the medfly Ceratitis capitata." Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. 38, 756-762.
Attig L, Djiane J, Gertler A, Rampin O, Larcher T, Boukthir S, Anton PM, Madec JY, Gourdou I, Abdennebi-Najar L.: "Study of hypothalamic leptin receptor expression in low-birth-weight piglets and effects of leptin supplementation on neonatal growth and development." Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab. Nov;295(5):E1117-25.


Gallet A. and Thérond P.: "Confocal analysis of hedgehog morphogenetic gradient coupled with fluorescent in situ hybridization of hedgehog target genes." Methods Mol Biol. 397:105-14.
Ruel L., Gallet A., Raisin S., Truchi A., Staccini-Lavenant L., Cervantes A., Therond P.: "Phosphorylation of the atypical kinesin Costal2 by the kinase Fused induces the partial disassembly of the Smoothened-Fused-Costal2-Cubitus interruptus complex in Hedgehog signalling." Development. 134:3677-89.
Taghli-Lamallem O.*, Gallet A.*, Leroy F., Malapert P., Vola C., Kerridge S., Fasano L.: "Direct interaction between Teashirt and Sex combs reduced proteins, via Tsh's acidic domain, is essential for specifying the identity of the prothorax in Drosophila". Dev Biol. 307(1):142-51.
Tares S., Arthaud, L., Brun-Barale, A., Crochard, D., Bride, J.-M., and Amichot, M.: "Very high conservation between Cyp6a2 from Drosophila melanogaster and its ortholog Cyp6a26 from D. simulans". Insect Science 14, 15-27.
Darboux, I., Charles, J-F., Pauchet, Y., Warot, S., Pauron, D.: "Transposon-mediated resistance to Bacillus sphaericus in a field-evolved population of Culex pipiens (Diptera: Culicidae)". Cellular Microbiology 9, 2022-2029.