Michel J. Roux, Ph. D.

Affiliations: 
Biologie École Normale Supérieure, Paris, Paris, France 
Area:
transporters, Glycine
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Roux M, Sternin E, Bonnet V, et al. (2013) Dynamic lipid lateral segregation driven by lauryl cyclodextrin interactions at the membrane surface Langmuir. 29: 3677-3687
Jean-François F, Castano S, Desbat B, et al. (2008) Aggregation of cateslytin β-sheets on negatively charged lipids promotes rigid membrane domains. A new mode of action for antimicrobial peptides? Biochemistry. 47: 6394-6402
Roux M, Moutard S, Perly B, et al. (2008) Lipid lateral segregation driven by diacyl cyclodextrin interactions at the membrane surface (Biophysical Journal (2007) 93, (1620-1629)) Biophysical Journal. 94: 715
Roux M, Perly B, Djedaïni-Pilard F. (2007) Self-assemblies of amphiphilic cyclodextrins European Biophysics Journal. 36: 861-867
Collot M, Garcia-Moreno MI, Fajolles C, et al. (2007) Bis antennae amphiphilic cyclodextrins: the first examples Tetrahedron Letters. 48: 8566-8569
Supplisson S, Rousseau F, Roux MJ, et al. (2006) Glycine transporters: Structural insights from biophysics, physiology and human disease Acta Biomedica De L'Ateneo Parmense. 77: 38-39
Supplisson S, Roux MJ. (2002) Why glycine transporters have different stoichiometries. Febs Letters. 529: 93-101
Roux M, Auzely-Velty R, Djedaini-Pilard F, et al. (2002) Cyclodextrin-induced lipid lateral separation in DMPC membranes: 2H nuclear magnetic resonance study Biophysical Journal. 82: 813-822
Roux MJ, Martinez-Maza R, Le Goff A, et al. (2001) The glial and the neuronal glycine transporters differ in their reactivity to sulfhydryl reagents. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 276: 17699-705
Roux M, Beswick V, Coïc YM, et al. (2000) PMP1 18-38, a yeast plasma membrane protein fragment, binds phosphatidylserine from bilayer mixtures with phosphatidylcholine: A 2H-NMR study Biophysical Journal. 79: 2624-2631
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