Fabienne PITUELLO

DR CNRS
05 61 55 67 39

Membres de l'équipe

  Chercheur
  • Eric AGIUS
  • Sophie BEL-VIALAR
  • Bertrand BENAZERAF
  Soutien technique
  • Guillaume ALLIO
  • François MEDEVIELLE
  Postdoc
  • Angie MOLINA DELGADO
  Etudiant en Thèse
  • Mélanie ROUSSAT

Présentation

Projets

Function of a cell cycle regulator, the(CDC21B phosphatase, in Vertebrate neurogenesis

Role of cell cycle in cell fate decision during organogenesis: Insight into the developing nervous system using single cell high resolution time lapse imaging

Analyse multi-tissulaire de l'allongement axial chez l'embryon de vertébré

The CDC25B phosphatase shortens the G2 phase of neural progenitors and promotes efficient neuron production

The proneural NeuroG2 drives cell cycle exit of neuronal precursors by specifically repressing a subset of cyclins acting at the G1 and S phases of the cell cycle

Publications

  • Bertrand Bénazéraf*, Mathias Beaupeux, Martin Tchernookov, Allison Wallingford, Tasha Salisbury, Amelia Shirtz, Andrew Shirtz, David Huss, Olivier Pourquié*, Paul François*, Rusty Lansford*.
    Multiscale quantification of tissue behavior during amniote embryo axis elongation
    Development
    2017 Sep * co-coresponding authors, in press
  • 2015 Jan AGIUS, E., BEL-VIALAR, S., BONNET, F., PITUELLO, F. (2015). Cell cycle and cell fate in the developing nervous system: the role of CDC25B phosphatase. Cell Tissue Res 359, 201-13.
  • 2012 Jan LACOMME, M., LIAUBET, L., PITUELLO, F.* and BEL-VIALAR, S*. (2012). NEUROG2 drives cell cycle exit of neuronal precursors by specifically repressing a subset of cyclins acting at the G1 and S phases of the cell cycle. Mol Cell Biol 32, 2596-607.
  • 2012 Jan PECO, E., ESCUDE, T., AGIUS, E., SABADO, V., MEDEVIELLE, F., DUCOMMUN, B. and PITUELLO, F. (2012). The CDC25B phosphatase shortens the G2 phase of neural progenitors and promotes efficient neuron production. Development 139, 1095-104.
  • 2008 Jan LOBJOIS V., BEL-VIALAR S., TROUSSE F., PITUELLO F. (2008) Forcing neural progenitor cells to cycle is insufficient to alter cell-fate decision and timing of neuronal differentiation in the spinal cord. Neural Develop., 3:4. Label “highly accessed”

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