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Equipes de recherche - Biologie du Développement de Villefranche sur mer
Unité Mixte de Recherche CNRS 7009




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Publications du groupe (depuis 2006)

- Momose, T., Kraus, Y. & Houliston, E.  (2012) A highly conserved function for Strabismus in establishing planar cell polarity in the ciliated ectoderm during larval development in the cnidarian Clytia hemisphaerica. Development 139, 4374-4382

- Leclère , L., Jager, M., Barreau, C., Chang, P.. Le Guyader, H., Manuel, M and Houliston, E. (2012). Maternally localized germ plasm mRNAs and germ cell/stem cell formation in the cnidarian Clytia. Dev Biol, 364, 236–248.

- Lapébie P, Borchiellini C, Houliston E. (2011). Dissecting the PCP pathway: one or more pathways?: Does a separate Wnt-Fz-Rho pathway drive morphogenesis? Bioessays 33, 759-68.

- Derelle, R. Momose, T., Manuel, M. Winker P., Da Silva C. and Houliston, E. (2010). Evolution of spliced leaders in Metazoa: insights from Ctenophora and Hydrozoa. RNA 16, 696–707.

- Amiel, A., Chang, P., Momose, T. and Houliston, E. (2010). "Clytia hemisphaerica: A cnidarian model for studying oogenesis" In “The Universal Process of Oogenesis” ed M.-H. Verlhac. Wiley. ISBN: 978-0-470-69682-8, pp 82-101.

- Houliston, E.,  Momose, T. and Manuel, M. (2010). Clytia hemispherica : A jellyfish cousin joins the laboratory. Trends in Genetics 26, 159-167

- Forêt, S., Knack, B., Houliston, E., Momose, T., Manuel, M., Queinnec, E., Hayward, DC., Ball, E.E. and Miller, D.J. (2010) New tricks with old genes: The genetic bases of novel cnidarian traits.  Trends in Genetics 26, 154-158. (PDFNouvelle fenêtre)

- Fourrage C, Chevalier S, and Houliston E. (2010) A highly conserved Poc1 protein characterized in embryos of the hydrozoan Clytia hemisphaerica: localization and functional studies. PLoS One. 5(11): e13994.(PDFNouvelle fenêtre)

- Amiel, A. and Houliston, E. (2009). Three distinct RNA localization mechanisms contribute to oocyte polarity establishment in the cnidarian Clytia hemisphærica. Dev. Biol  327, 191-203 (PDFNouvelle fenêtre)

- Amiel, A., Leclère, L., Robert, L., Chevalier, S. and Houliston, E. (2009). Conserved functions for Mos in eumetazoan oocyte maturation revealed by studies in a cnidarian. Curr. Biol19,  305-311.(PDFNouvelle fenêtre)

- Momose, T., Derelle, R. and Houliston, E. (2008) A maternally localised Wnt ligand required for axial patterning in the cnidarian Clytia hemisphærica. Development 135, 2105-2113. (PDFNouvelle fenêtre)

- Momose, T. and Houliston, E. (2007). Two Oppositely Localised Frizzled RNAs as Axis Determinants in a Cnidarian Embryo PloS Biology 5(4), e70.

- Chevalier, S., Martin, A., Leclère, L., Amiel, A. and Houliston, E. (2006) Polarised expression of FoxB and FoxQ2 genes during development of the hydrozoan Clytia hemisphaerica. Dev. Genes Evol. 216, 709-20. (PDFNouvelle fenêtre)

Evelyn Houliston - 22/02/13