Frédéric Grosjean

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11 publications

2017 | 2015 | 2012 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2002 |
 
Sensitive DIP-STR markers for the analysis of unbalanced mixtures from "touch" DNA samples.
Oldoni F., Castella V., Grosjean F., Hall D., 2017/02/14. Forensic science international. Genetics, 28 pp. 111-117. Peer-reviewed.
 
A new approach for the separation of spermatozoa from other cell types in forensically relevant samples.
Grosjean F., Castella V., 2015. Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series, 5 pp. e653-e655. Peer-reviewed.
Dendritic Cells Cause Bone Lesions in a New Mouse Model of Histiocytosis.
Grosjean F., Nasi S., Schneider P., Chobaz V., Liu A., Mordasini V., Moullec K., Vezzoni P., Lavanchy C., Busso N. et al., 2015. Plos One, 10 (8) pp. e0133917. Peer-reviewed.
Novel murine dendritic cell lines: a powerful auxiliary tool for dendritic cell research.
Fuertes Marraco S.A., Grosjean F., Duval A., Rosa M., Lavanchy C., Ashok D., Haller S., Otten L.A., Steiner Q.G., Descombes P. et al., 2012. Frontiers in Immunology, 3 p. 331.
 
Characterization of Melan-A reactive memory CD8+ T cells in a healthy donor.
Voelter V., Rufer N., Reynard S., Greub G., Brookes R., Guillaume P., Grosjean F., Fagerberg T., Michielin O., Rowland-Jones S. et al., 2008. International Immunology, 20 (8) pp. 1087-1096. Peer-reviewed.
 
In vivo transformation of mouse conventional CD8alpha+ dendritic cells leads to progressive multisystem histiocytosis
Steiner Q. G., Otten L. A., Hicks M. J., Kaya G., Grosjean F., Saeuberli E., Lavanchy C., Beermann F., McClain K. L., Acha-Orbea H., 2008. Blood, 111 (4) pp. 2073-2082. Peer-reviewed.
 
A critical lineage-nonspecific role for pTalpha in mediating allelic and isotypic exclusion in TCRbeta-transgenic mice.
Ferrero I., Grosjean F., Fiorini E., MacDonald H.R., 2007. European journal of immunology, 37 (11) pp. 3220-3228. Peer-reviewed.
 
Multiple glycerol shocks increase the calcium phosphate transfection of non-synchronized CHO cells.
Grosjean F., Bertschinger M., Hacker D.L., Wurm F.M., 2006. Biotechnology Letters, 28 (22) pp. 1827-1833. Peer-reviewed.
 
TCRgamma silencing during alphabeta T cell development depends upon pre-TCR-induced proliferation.
Ferrero I., Mancini S.J., Grosjean F., Wilson A., Otten L., MacDonald H.R., 2006. Journal of immunology, 177 (9) pp. 6038-6043. Peer-reviewed.
 
Low-temperature pausing of cultivated mammalian cells.
Hunt L., Hacker D.L., Grosjean F., De Jesus M., Uebersax L., Jordan M., Wurm F.M., 2005. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 89 (2) pp. 157-163.
 
S-phase synchronized CHO cells show elevated transfection efficiency and expression using CaPi.
Grosjean F., Batard P., Jordan M., Wurm F.M., 2002. Cytotechnology, 38 (1-3) pp. 57-62. Peer-reviewed.
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