Nicolas Niederländer - ARCHIVE

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6 publications

2018 | 2012 | 2007 |
 
β-Klotho deficiency shifts the gut-liver bile acid axis and induces hepatic alterations in mice.
Somm E., Henry H., Bruce S.J., Bonnet N., Montandon S.A., Niederländer N.J., Messina A., Aeby S., Rosikiewicz M., Fajas L. et al., 2018/11/01. American journal of physiology. Endocrinology and metabolism, 315 (5) pp. E833-E847. Peer-reviewed.
 
Evaluating CHARGE syndrome in congenital hypogonadotropic hypogonadism patients harboring CHD7 variants.
Xu C., Cassatella D., van der Sloot A.M., Quinton R., Hauschild M., De Geyter C., Flück C., Feller K., Bartholdi D., Nemeth A. et al., 2018/08. Genetics in medicine, 20 (8) pp. 872-881. Peer-reviewed.
 
DCC/NTN1 complex mutations in patients with congenital hypogonadotropic hypogonadism impair GnRH neuron development.
Bouilly J., Messina A., Papadakis G., Cassatella D., Xu C., Acierno J.S., Tata B., Sykiotis G., Santini S., Sidis Y. et al., 2018/01/15. Human molecular genetics, 27 (2) pp. 359-372. Peer-reviewed.
 
CTF/NF1 transcription factors act as potent genetic insulators for integrating gene transfer vectors.
Gaussin A., Modlich U., Bauche C., Niederländer N.J., Schambach A., Duros C., Artus A., Baum C., Cohen-Haguenauer O., Mermod N., 2012. Gene Therapy, 19 (1) pp. 15-24.
 
Cardiopoietic programming of embryonic stem cells for tumor-free heart repair.
Behfar A., Perez-Terzic C., Faustino R.S., Arrell D.K., Hodgson D.M., Yamada S., Puceat M., Niederländer N., Alekseev A.E., Zingman L.V. et al., 2007. Journal of Experimental Medicine, 204 (2) pp. 405-420.
 
Green fluorescent protein impairs actin-myosin interactions by binding to the actin-binding site of myosin.
Agbulut O., Huet A., Niederländer N., Puceat M., Menasché P., Coirault C., 2007. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 282 (14) pp. 10465-10471. Peer-reviewed.
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