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Peer Reviewed Publications List (P) P22- Langlois B, Perrot G, Schneider C, Henriet P, Emonard H, Martiny L, DEDIEU S. LRP-1 promotes cancer cell invasion by supporting ERK and inhibiting JNK signaling pathways. PLoS One. 2010 Jul 14;5(7):e11584. P21- DEDIEU S. New exciting advances in the field of focal adhesion dynamics. Cell Adh Migr, 3(2): 177-8. (2009) P20- Selvais C., DEDIEU S., Hornebeck W., Emonard H. Post-translational proteolytic events influence LRP-1 functions. Biomed. Mater. Eng., in press (2010). P19- Selvais C., Gaide Chevronnay H.P., Troeberg L., Lemoine P, DEDIEU S. , Henriet P., Courtoy P.J., Marbaix E., Emonard H . Metalloproteinase-dependent shedding of LRP-1 ectodomain decreases endocytic clearance of endometrial matrix metalloproteinases-2 and -9 at menstruation. Endocrinology, 150(8):3792-9 (2009) P18- Langlois B, Emonard H., Martiny L., DEDIEU S. Multiple involvements of LRP-1 receptor in tumor progression. Pathol. Biol., 57(7-8):548-54. (2009). P17- DEDIEU S. , Langlois B. LRP-1: a new modulator of cytoskeleton dynamics and adhesive complex turnover in cancer cells. Cell Adh Migr., 2(2):77-80. (2008). P16- DEDIEU S., Langlois B., Devy J., Sid B., Henriet P., Sartelet H., Bellon G., Emonard H., Martiny L. LRP-1 silencing prevents malignant cell invasion despite increased pericellular proteolytic activities. Mol. Cell Biol., 28(9): 2980-95. (2008) P15- Rath G., Schneider C., Langlois, B., Carlier A., Sartelet H., Morjani H. El Btaouri H., DEDIEU S., Martiny L. De novo ceramide synthesis is responsible for the anti-tumor properties of camptothecin and doxorubicin in follicular thyroid carcinoma. Int. J. Biochem. Cell Biol., 41(5):1165-72. (2008). P14- Floquet N., DEDIEU S. , Martiny L., Dauchez M., Perahia D. Human Thrombospondin's (TSP-1) C-terminal domain opens to interact with the CD-47 receptor: a molecular modelling study. Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 478(1):103-9. (2008). P13- Sid B., Langlois B., Sartelet H., Bellon G., DEDIEU S. , Martiny L. Thrombospondin-1 enhances human thyroid carcinoma cell invasion through urokinase activity. Int. J. Biochem. Cell Biol., 40(9): 1890-1900. (2008). P12- Duca L., Blanchevoye C., Cantarelli B., Ghoneim C., DEDIEU S., Delacoux F., Hornebeck W., Hinek A., Martiny L., Debelle L. The elastin receptor complex transduces signals through the catalytic activity of its neu-1 subunit. J. Biol. Chem., 282(17): 12484-91. (2007). P11- Rath G.M., Schneider C., DEDIEU S. , Rothhut B., Soula-Rothhut M., Ghoneim C., Sid B., Morjani H., El Btaouri H., Martiny L. The C-terminal CD47/IAP-binding domain of thrombospondin-1 prevents camptothecin- and doxorubicin-induced apoptosis in human thyroid carcinoma cells. Biochim. Biophys Acta-Mol. Cell Res., 1763(10): 1125-34. (2006). P10- Rath G.M., Schneider C., DEDIEU S. , Sartelet H., Morjani H., Martiny L., El Btaouri H. TSP-1 C-terminal derived peptide 4N1K protects thyroid cells from ceramides-induced apoptosis through the adenylyl cyclase pahway. Int. J. Biochem. Cell Biol., 38(12) :2219-28. (2006). P9- Sid B., DEDIEU S. , Delorme N., Sartelet H., Rath G.M., Bellon G., Martiny L. Human thyroid carcinoma cell invasion is controlled by the low density lipoprotein receptor-related protein-mediated clearance of urokinase plasminogen activator. Int. J. Biochem. Cell. Biol., 38: 1729-1740. (2006). P8- DEDIEU S., Lefebvre P. Retinoids interfere with the AP1 signalling pathway in human breast cancer cells. Cell. Signal., 18(6): 889-98. (2006). P7- DEDIEU S., Poussard S., Mazères G., Grise F., Dargelos E., Cottin P., Brustis J.J. Myoblast migration is regulated by calpain through its involvement in cell attachment and cytoskeletal organization. Exp. Cell Res., 292(1): 187-200. (2004). P6- DEDIEU S., Mazères G., Cottin P., Brustis J.J. Transactivation of capn2 by myogenic regulatory factors during myogenesis. J. Mol. Biol., 326(2): 453-465. (2003). P5- DEDIEU S., Mazères G., Poussard S., Brustis J.J., Cottin P. Myoblast migration is prevented by a calpain-dependent accumulation of MARCKS. Biol. Cell, 95(9): 615-623. (2003). P4- DEDIEU S. , Dourdin N., Dargelos E., Poussard S., Veschambre P., Cottin P., Brustis J.J. Calpain and myogenesis : development of a convenient cell culture model. Biol. Cell, 94(2): 65-76. (2002). P3- DEDIEU S. , Mazères G., Cottin P., Brustis J.J. Involvement of myogenic regulatory factors during fusion in the cell line C2C12. Int. J. Dev. Biol., 46(2): 235-241. (2002). P2- Dargelos E., DEDIEU S., Moyen C., Poussard S., Veschambre P., Brustis J.J., Cottin P. Characterization of the calcium-dependent proteolytic system in a mouse muscle cell line. Mol. Cell Bioch., 231(1-2): 147-154. (2002). P1- Dargelos E., Moyen C., DEDIEU S., Veschambre P., Poussard S., Vuillier-Devillers K., Brustis J.J., Cottin P. Development of an inducible system to assess p94 (CAPN3) function in cultured muscle cells. J. Biotech., 96(3): 271-279. (2002). Book Chapters (B) B1- Lefebvre P., Martin P., Flajollet S., DEDIEU S. , Billault X., Lefebvre B. Transcriptional activities of retinoic acid receptors (2005). Published in “Vitamins and Hormones” (Academic Press) .Volume 70: 199-264. ISBN-13 (International Standard Book Number): 978-0127098340. Other Publications (OP) OP2- DEDIEU S. LRP-1 receptor and cancer: new molecular aspects, new therapeutical perspectives. Regard sur la Biochimie. January 2009. OP1- DEDIEU S. Extracellular matrix and tumor progression. 6th Newsletter of the Canceropole Grand-Est. July 2008. Refereed Conference Pr oceedings (PR) PR3- Langlois B., Devy J., Sid, B., Emonard H., Martiny L., DEDIEU S. LRP-1: a versatile endocytic receptor that promotes malignant cell invasion by regulating actin cytoskeleton and focal adhesion dynamics. FEBS Journal, 275: 439-470. (2008). PR2- Langlois, B., Devy J., Sid B., Henriet P., Emonard H., Martiny L., DEDIEU, S. LRP receptor: a new molecular target in cancerology? Bulletin du Cancer, 94(6): 532. (2007). PR1- DEDIEU S , Martin P., Formstecher P Lefebvre P. Study of the molecular mechanisms involved in the retinoid-mediated AP-1 transrepression in a mammary cancer cell line . Bulletin du Cancer, 91(6): 471-568. (2004).
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