Antoine Stier, Ph.D.

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2013 Strasbourg, Strasbourg, Grand Est, France 
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François Criscuolo grad student 2013 Strasbourg
 (Implications du stress oxydant et du découplage mitochondrial dans les compromis entre traits d'histoire de vie)
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Stier A, Bize P, Massemin S, et al. (2020) Long-term intake of the illegal diet pill DNP reduces lifespan in a captive bird model. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Toxicology & Pharmacology : Cbp. 242: 108944
Stier A, Hsu BY, Marciau C, et al. (2020) Born to be young? Prenatal thyroid hormones increase early-life telomere length in wild collared flycatchers. Biology Letters. 16: 20200364
Viblanc VA, Schull Q, Stier A, et al. (2020) Foster rather than biological parental telomere length predicts offspring survival and telomere length in king penguins. Molecular Ecology
Stier A, Bize P, Hsu BY, et al. (2019) Plastic but repeatable: rapid adjustments of mitochondrial function and density during reproduction in a wild bird species. Biology Letters. 15: 20190536
Stier A, Schull Q, Bize P, et al. (2019) Oxidative stress and mitochondrial responses to stress exposure suggest that king penguins are naturally equipped to resist stress. Scientific Reports. 9: 8545
Reichert S, Stier A. (2017) Does oxidative stress shorten telomeres in vivo? A review. Biology Letters. 13
Viblanc VA, Schull Q, Cornioley T, et al. (2017) An integrative appraisal of the hormonal and metabolic changes induced by acute stress using king penguins as a model. General and Comparative Endocrinology
Schull Q, Viblanc VA, Stier A, et al. (2016) The oxidative debt of fasting: evidence for short to medium-term costs of advanced fasting in adult king penguins. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Stier A, Reichert S, Criscuolo F, et al. (2015) Red blood cells open promising avenues for longitudinal studies of ageing in laboratory, non-model and wild animals. Experimental Gerontology. 71: 118-34
Stier A, Massemin S, Zahn S, et al. (2015) Starting with a handicap: effects of asynchronous hatching on growth rate, oxidative stress and telomere dynamics in free-living great tits. Oecologia. 179: 999-1010
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