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   Recent Publications

“Distinct mesoderm migration phenotypes in extra-embryonic and embryonic regions of the early mouse embryo"
Bechara Saykali, Navrita Mathiah, Wallis Nahaboo, Marie-Lucie Racu, Matthieu Defrance, Isabelle Migeotte. bioRxiv 438721; doi:

“Inhibition of SHIP2 activity inhibits cell migration and could prevent metastasis in breast cancer cells”, Somadri Ghosh, Samuel Scozzaro, Ana Raquel Ramos, Sebastien Delcambre, Clement Chevalier, Pavel Krejci, and Christophe Erneux. 2018 Journal of Cell science, Aug 16;131(16), pii: jcs216408.

“Embryonic microglia derive from primitive macrophages and are replaced by cmyb-dependent definitive microglia in zebrafish”, Giuliano Ferrero, Christopher B. Mahony, Eléonore Dupuis, Laurent Yvernogeau, Elodie Di Ruggiero, Magali Miserocchi, Marianne Caron, Catherine Robin, David Traver, Julien Y. Bertrand and Valérie Wittamer. Cell Rep. 2018 Jul 3;24(1):130-141

"Human-specific NOTCH2NL genes expand cortical neurogenesis through Delta/Notch regulation," Suzuki IK, Gacquer D, Van Heurck R, Kumar D, Wojno M, Bilheu A, Herpoel A, Cheron J, Polleux F, Detours V, and Vanderhaeghen P. Cell, Volume 173, Issue 6, 31 May 2018, Pages 1370–1384.e16

"Human Pluripotent Stem-Cell-Derived Cortical Neurons Integrate Functionally into the Lesioned Adult Murine Visual Cortex in an Area-Specific Way", Ira Espuny-Camacho, Kimmo A. Michelsen, Daniele Linaro, Angéline Bilheu, Sandra Acosta-Verdugo, Adèle Herpoel, Michele Giugliano, Afsaneh Gaillard, Pierre Vanderhaeghen, , Cell Reports, Volume 23, Issue 9, 29 May 2018, Pages 2732-2743.

A Rapid CRISPR/Cas-based Mutagenesis Assay in Zebrafish for Identification of Genes Involved in Thyroid Morphogenesis and Function," A. Trubiroha, P. Gillotay, N. Giusti, D. Gacquer, F. Libert, A. Lefort, B. Haerlingen, X. Deken, R. Opitz, and S. Costagliola,  Sci. Rep., pp. 1–19, Mar. 2018.

"Development by Genetic Immunization of Monovalent Antibodies Against Human Vasoactive Intestinal Peptide Receptor 1 (VPAC1), New Innovative, and Versatile Tools to Study VPAC1 Receptor Function." Peyrassol X, Laeremans T, Lahura V, Debulpaep M, El Hassan H, Steyaert J, Parmentier M, Langer I. Front Endocrinol (Lausanne). 2018 Apr 5;9:153.

Other publications, as collaborators.

“The inositol phosphatase SHIP2 enables sustained ERK activation downstream of FGF receptors by recruiting Src kinases,” B. Fafilek, L. Balek, M. K. Bosakova, M. Varecha, A. Nita, T. Gregor, I. Gudernova, J. Krenova, S. Ghosh, M. Piskacek, L. Jonatova, N. H. Cernohorsky, J. T. Zieba, M. Kostas, E. M. Haugsten, J. Wesche, C. Erneux, L. Trantirek, D. Krakow, and P. Krejci,  Sci Signal, vol. 11, no. 548, p. eaap8608, Sep. 2018.


January 2019
Biomedical Research Seminars
Campus Erasme - 1PM

January 17 (Auditoire F2.104A/B)
Benoît Van den Eynde
Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research Ltd
de Duve Institute, Université catholique de Louvain
"The dark side of immunology: peptide splicing by the proteasome and the role of IDO1 in immune regulation"
Host: Decio L. Eizirik

January 31 (Auditoire B1.003)
Mikael Nilsson
Sahlgrenska Cancer Center
Institute of Biomedicine, University of Gothenburg
“Mouse models of tumor development in BRAFV600E-induced thyroid cancer”
Host: C. Maenhaut

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