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Qu'est-ce que le vivant

Qu'est-ce que le vivant ?

Prochiantz A.
Éditions du Seuil, Paris, 2012, coll. « Les Livres du nouveau monde », 176 p.

Présentation  [22.0Ko]
Darwin : 200 ans

Darwin : 200 ans

Prochiantz A. (dir.)
Paris, Odile Jacob – Collège de France, 2010.

Présentation  [11.0Ko]

Articles

Cell Report-AP (2013)

Spatazza J., Lee H.H., Di Nardo A.A., Tibaldi L., Joliot A., Hensch T.K. & Prochiantz A. (2013), Choroid-Plexus-Derived Otx2 Homeoprotein Constrains Adult Cortical Plasticity. Cell Report, Volume 3, Issue 6,1815-1823.

Pharmacologie

Spatazza J., Di Lullo E., Joliot A., Dupont E., Moya K.L. & Prochiantz A. (2013), Homeoprotein signaling in development, health, and disease: a shaking of dogmas offers challenges and promises from bench to bed. Pharmacol Rev. Jan 8;65(1):90-104.

Despras

Despras G., Bernard C., Perrot A., Cattiaux L., Prochiantz A., Lortat-Jacob H. & Mallet J.-M. (2013), Toward libraries of biotinylated chondroitin sulfate analogues: from synthesis to in vivo studies. Chemistry 19, 531-540.

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Beurdeley M., Spatazza J., Lee H., Sugiyama S., Bernard C., Di Nardo A., Hensch T. & Prochiantz A. (2012), Otx2 Binding to Perineuronal Nets Persistently Regulates Plasticity in the Mature Visual Cortex, The Journal of Neuroscience, July4, 2012-32(27): 9429-9437.

Development

Stettler O., Joshi R.L., Wizenmann A., Reingruber J., Holcman D., Bouillot C., Castagner F., Prochiantz A. & Moya K.L. (2012), Engrailed homeoprotein recruits the adenosine A1 receptor to potentiate ephrin A5 function in retinal growth cones. Development. Jan; 139(1):215-24.