Développement et Neuropharmacologie

Leader

Research center

11 place Marcelin Berthelot
75231 Paris
Serge Haroche

Institution

Collège de France
CNRS
Inserm
ED158
Université Pierre et Marie Curie

Laboratory

Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Biology
Phone: +33 1 44 27 15 56
UMR 7241 - U 1050
Available to host a PhD student

publications

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.

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.

Layalle S., Volovitch M., Mugat B., Bonneaud N., Parmentier M.L., Prochiantz A., Joliot A. & Maschat F. (2011), Engrailed homeoprotein acts as a signaling molecule in the developing fly. Development, Jun; 138(11): 2315-23.

Di Lullo E., Haton C., Le Poupon C., Volovitch M., Joliot A., Thomas J.-L. & Prochiantz A. (2011), Paracrine Pax6 activity regulates oligodendrocyte precursor cell migration in the chick embryonic neural tube. Development 138, 4991-5001.

Torero Ibad R., Rheey J., Mrejen S., Forster V., Picaud S., Prochiantz A. & Moya K.L. (2011), Otx2 promotes the survival of damaged adult retinal ganglion cells and protects against excitotoxic loss of visual acuity in vivo. J. Neurosci., Apr 6;31(14):5495-503. 

Research Theme

Our research is centered on the physiological function of homeoprotein intercellular transfer, a novel signaling mechanism discovered by our group and that of Alain Joliot, also a CIRB member. This research has basic and translational aspects.

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