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Publications de l’équipe Epigénétique : prolifération et différenciation


Menil-Philippot V, Thiriet C. Physarum polycephalum for studying the function of histone modifications in vivo. Meth Mol Biol. 2017, 1528:245-256. PubMed PMID : 27854026.

Rouaud T, Siami N, Dupas T, Gervier P, Gardahaut MF, Auda-Boucher G, Thiriet C. Complement C3 of the innate immune system secreted by muscle adipogenic cells promotes myogenic differentiation. Sci Rep. 2017, 7(1):171. doi : 10.1038/s41598-017-00099-7. PubMed PMID : 28279023.


Galvani A, Thiriet C. Nucleosome Dancing at the Tempo of Histone Tail Acetylation. Genes. 2015, 6:607-621 (IF 1.151)


Le Cigne A, Menil-Philippot V, Fleury F, Takahashi M, Thiriet C. Transient expression of RAD51 in the late G2-phase is required for cell cycle progression in synchronous Physarum cells. Genes Cells. 2014, 19:755‑65 (IF 2.731)


Mocquard-Bucher E, Galvani A, Thiriet C. Histone H4 acetylation links nucleosome turnover and nucleosome assembly : lessons from the slime mold Physarum polycephalum. Front Life Sci. 2013, 7:12‑21 (IF 0.227)

Elliott GO, Murphy KJ, Hayes JJ, Thiriet C. Replication-independent nucleosome exchange is enhanced by local and specific acetylation of histone H4. Nucleic Acids Res. 2013, 41:2228‑38 (IF 8.278)


Yvernogeau L, Auda-Boucher G, Fontaine-Perus J. Limb bud colonization by somite-derived angioblasts is a crucial step for myoblast emigration. Development. 2012, 139:277‑87 (IF 6.273)

Ejlassi-Lassallette A, Thiriet C. Replication-coupled chromatin assembly of newly synthesized histones : distinct functions for the histone tail domains. Biochem Cell Biol. 2012, 90:14‑21 (IF 2.915)


Ejlassi-Lassallette A, Mocquard E, Arnaud M-C, Thiriet C. H4 replication-dependent diacetylation and Hat1 promote S-phase chromatin assembly in vivo. Mol Biol Cell. 2011, 22:245‑55 (IF 4.604)

Dupas T, Rouaud T, Rouger K, Lieubeau B, Cario-Toumaniantz C, Fontaine-Pérus J, Gardahaut MF, Auda-Boucher G. Fetal muscle contains different CD34+ cell subsets that distinctly differentiate into adipogenic, angiogenic and myogenic lineages. Stem Cell Research. 2011, 7:230‑43 (IF 4.467)

Arnaud M-C, Thiriet C. Histone tail modifications of H3 and H4 during the Physarum polycephalum cell cycle. OnLine J Biol Sci. 2012, 12, 54-61