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Publications

2018

  • Amichot, M., Joly, P., Martin-Laurent, F., Siaussat, D., and Lavoir, A.-V. (2018). Biocontrol, new questions for Ecotoxicology? Environ Sci Pollut Res 25, 33895–33900. DOI: 10.1007/s11356-018-3356-5
  • Benguettat, O., Jneid, R., Soltys, J., Loudhaief, R., Brun-Barale, A., Osman, D., and Gallet, A. (2018). The DH31/CGRP enteroendocrine peptide triggers intestinal contractions favoring the elimination of opportunistic bacteria. PLOS Pathogens 14, e1007279. DOI: 10.1371/journal.ppat.1007279

2017

  • Deshayes, C., Siegwart, M., Pauron, D., Froger, J.-A., Lapied, B., and Apaire-Marchais, V. (2017). Microbial Pest Control Agents: Are they a specific and safe tool for insect pest management? Curr. Med. Chem. DOI: 10.2174/0929867324666170314144311
  • Loudhaief, R., Brun-Barale, A., Benguettat, O., Nawrot-Esposito, M.-P., Pauron, D., Amichot, M., and Gallet, A. (2017). Apoptosis restores cellular density by eliminating a physiologically or genetically induced excess of enterocytes in the Drosophila midgut. Development 144, 808–819. DOI: 10.1242/dev.142539
  • Nawrot-Esposito, M.-P., Loudhaief, R., and Gallet, A. (2017). Protease Activity Assay in Fly Intestines. Bio-Protocol 7. DOI: 10.21769/BioProtoc.2560
  • Roumengous S, Rousset R, Noselli S. (2017). "Polycomb and Hox Genes Control JNK-Induced Remodeling of the Segment Boundary during Drosophila Morphogenesis". Cell Rep. Apr 4;19(1):60-71.
  • Rousset, R., Carballès, F., Parassol, N., Schaub, S., Cérézo, D., and Noselli, S. (2017). Signalling crosstalk at the leading edge controls tissue closure dynamics in the Drosophila embryo. PLOS Genetics 13, e1006640. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1006640

2016

  • Amichot, M., Curty, C., Benguettat-Magliano, O., Gallet, A., and Wajnberg, E. (2016). Side effects of Bacillus thuringiensis var. kurstaki on the hymenopterous parasitic wasp Trichogramma chilonis. Environ Sci Pollut Res 1–7. DOI: 10.1007/s11356-015-5830-7
  • Loudhaief R. and Gallet A. (2016) "Enteroendocrine Cells, A Potential Way to Control Intestinal Stem Cell Proliferation". Int J Stem Cell Res Ther  3(2): 3:037.
  • Renzi, M.T., Amichot, M., Pauron, D., Tchamitchian, S., Brunet, J.-L., Kretzschmar, A., Maini, S., and Belzunces, L.P. (2016). Chronic toxicity and physiological changes induced in the honey bee by the exposure to fipronil and Bacillus thuringiensis spores alone or combined. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 127, 205–213. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecoenv.2016.01.028

2015 

  • Amichot M, Arzul G, Capowiez I, Chaton P-F, la Broise De D, Decourtye A, et al. "Effets des pesticides et réduction des impacts sur les organismes et les écosystèmes". In: Charbonnier E, Ronceux A, Carpentier A-S, Soubelet H, Barriuso E, editors. Pesticides: des impacts aux changements de pratique. 2015 ed. QUAE Versailles; 2015. 
  • Pasco M. Y.*, Loudhaief R.* and Gallet A. (2015) "The cellular homeostasis of the gut: what the Drosophila model points out". Histol Histopathol. Vol 30, pp 277-292.

2014

  • Baron O.L. and Pauron, D. "Protein-lipid Interaction Analysis by Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR)". Bio-protocol 4(18): e1237.

2013

  • Tarès, S., Arthaud, L., Amichot, M. & Robichon, A. (2013) Environment Exploration and Colonization Behavior of the Pea Aphid Associated with the Expression of the foraging Gene. PLoS ONE 8, e65104.

2012

  • Ayers K., Mteirek R., Cervantes A., Lavenant-Staccini L., Thérond P. and Gallet A.(2012) "Dally and Notum regulate the switch between low and high level Hedgehog pathway signalling". Development. 139:3168-79.I.F. 7.1
  • Ranieri N.; Ruel L.; Gallet A., Raisin-Tani S. and Thérond P.(2012) "Distinct Phosphorylations on Kinesin Costal-2 Mediate Differential Hedgehog Signaling Strength" Dev Cell. Feb 1.

Archive 2011-2007

2011-2007 publication list
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