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Publication 2011

2 février 2015

A. ABUSNINA, M. ALHOSIN, T. KERAVIS, C.D. MULLER, G. FUHRMANN, C. BRONNER & C. LUGNIER. Down-regulation of cyclic nucleotide phosphodiesterase PDE1A is the key event of p73 and UHRF1 deregulation in thymoquinone-induced acute lymphoblastic leukemia cell apoptosis. Cell. Signal. 23, 152-160, 2011 – IF 4.23

A. ABUSNINA, T. KERAVIS, I. YOUGBARÉ, C. BRONNER & C. LUGNIER. Anti-proliferative effect of curcumin on melanoma cells is mediated by PDE1A inhibition that regulates the epigenetic integrator UHRF1. Mol. Nutr. Food Res. 55, 1677-1689, 2011 – IF 5.10

M. ALHOSIN, T. SHARIF, M. MOUSLI, N. ETIENNE-SELLOUM, G. FUHRMANN, V.B. SCHINI-KERTH & C. BRONNER. Down-regulation of UHRF1, associated with re-expression of tumor suppressor genes, is a common feature of natural compounds exhibiting anti-cancer properties. J. Exp. Clin. Cancer Res. 30, 41, 2011 – IF 3.10

C. AUGER, J.H. KIM, S. TRINH, T. CHATAIGNEAU, A.M. POPKEN & V.B. SCHINI-KERTH. Fruit juice-induced endothelium-dependent relaxations in isolated porcine coronary arteries : evaluation of different fruit juices and purees and optimization of a red fruit juice blend. Food Funct. 2, 245-250, 2011 – IF 3.13

P. BOUCHER & J. HERZ. Signaling through LRP1 : protection from atherosclerosis and beyond. Invited review. Biochem. Pharmacol. 81, 1-5, 2011 – IF 4.77

C. BRONNER. Control of DNMT1 abundance in epigenetic inheritance by acetylation, ubiquitylation, and the histone code. Sci. Signal. 4, pe3, 2011 – IF 7.12

S. DAL-ROS, J. ZOLL, A.L. LANG, C. AUGER, N. KELLER, C. BRONNER, B. GENY & V.B. SCHINI-KERTH. Chronic intake of red wine polyphenols by young rats prevents aging-induced endothelial dysfunction and decline in physical performance : role of NADPH oxidase. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 404, 743-749, 2011 – IF 2.47

H. KREMER, C. BARON-MENGUY, A. TESSE, Y. GALLOIS, A. MERCAT, D. HENRION, R. ANDRIANTSITOHAINA, P. ASFAR & F. MEZIANI. Human serum albumin improves endothelial dysfunction and survival during experimental endotoxemia : concentration-dependent properties. Crit. Care Med. 39, 1414-1422, 2011 – IF 6.40

J.O. LEE, M.H. OAK, S.H. JUNG, D.H. PARK, C. AUGER, K.R. KIM, S.W. LEE & V.B. SCHINI-KERTH. An ethanolic extract of Lindera obtusiloba stems causes NO-mediated endothelium-dependent relaxations in rat aortic rings and prevents angiotensin II-induced hypertension and endothelial dysfunction in rats. Naunyn-Schmiedebergs Arch. Pharmacol. 383, 635-645, 2011 – IF 2.41

N. NADY, A. LEMAK, J.R. WALKER, G.V. AVVAKUMOV, M.S. KARETA, M. ACHOUR, S. XUE, S. DUAN, A. ALLALI-HASSANI, X. ZUO, Y.X. WANG, C. BRONNER, F. CHEDIN, C.H. ARROWSMITH & S. DHE-PAGANON. Recognition of multivalent histone states associated with heterochromatin by UHRF1 protein. J. Biol. Chem. 286, 24300-24311, 2011 – IF 4.86

M. SARR, F.B. SARR, L. GUEYE, M.O. KANE, A. WELE, A.S. DIALLO, V. SCHINI-KERTH & B. MULLER. The vascular endothelium masks the persistent inhibition of rat thoracic arterial tone induced by S-nitrosoglutathione. Cardiovasc. J. Afr. 22, 7-13, 2011 – IF 0.85

V.B. SCHINI-KERTH, N. ETIENNE-SELLOUM, T. CHATAIGNEAU & C. AUGER. Vascular protection by natural product-derived polyphenols : in vitro and in vivo evidence. Planta Med. 77, 1161-1167, 2011 – IF 2.52

T. SHARIF, C. AUGER, C. BRONNER, M. ALHOSIN, T. KLEIN, N. ETIENNE-SELLOUM, V.B. SCHINI-KERTH & G. FUHRMANN. Selective proapoptotic activity of polyphenols from red wine on teratocarcinoma cell, a model of cancer stem-like cell. Invest. New Drugs 29, 239-247, 2011 – IF 2.80

J. TERRAND, B. XU, S. MORRISSY, T.N. DINH, S. WILLIAMS & Q.M. CHEN. p21(WAF1/Cip1/Sdi1) knockout mice respond to doxorubicin with reduced cardiotoxicity. Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol. 257, 102-110, 2011 – IF 4.16

E. WOLDT, R.L. MATZ, J. TERRAND, M. MLIH, C. GRACIA, S. FOPPOLO, S. MARTIN, V. BRUBAN, J. JI, E. VELOT, J. HERZ & P. BOUCHER. Differential signaling by adaptor molecules LRP1 and ShcA regulates adipogenesis by the insulin-like growth factor-1 receptor. J. Biol. Chem. 286, 16775-16782, 2011 – IF 4.86