Guillaume Sandoz, Ph.D

Affiliations: 
2013- CNRS CNRS, Paris, Île-de-France, France 
Area:
Neuroexcitability, two-pore domain potassium channel, calcium channels, optogenetic
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Ávalos Prado P, Sandoz G. (2019) TREK for High-Speed and High-Frequency Conduction through the Axon. Neuron. 104: 831-833
Royal P, Sandoz G. (2019) [Ion channels and mechanisms of inherited disease transmission causing migraine]. Medecine Sciences : M/S. 35: 608-610
Royal P, Ávalos Prado P, Wdziekonski B, et al. (2019) [Two-pore-domain potassium channels and molecular mechanisms underlying migraine]. Biologie Aujourd'Hui. 213: 51-57
Royal P, Andres-Bilbe A, Ávalos Prado P, et al. (2019) Migraine-Associated TRESK Mutations Increase Neuronal Excitability through Alternative Translation Initiation and Inhibition of TREK. Neuron. 101: 232-245.e6
Rayaprolu V, Royal P, Stengel K, et al. (2018) Dimerization of the voltage-sensing phosphatase controls its voltage-sensing and catalytic activity. The Journal of General Physiology
Orlandi G, Kuzhir P, Izmaylov Y, et al. (2016) Microfluidic separation of magnetic nanoparticles on an ordered array of magnetized micropillars. Physical Review. E. 93: 062604
Levitz J, Royal P, Comoglio Y, et al. (2016) Heterodimerization within the TREK channel subfamily produces a diverse family of highly regulated potassium channels. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Song OR, Marion E, Comoglio Y, et al. (2016) [Mycolactone: the amazing analgesic mycobacterial toxin]. Medecine Sciences : M/S. 32: 156-8
Harb K, Magrinelli E, Nicolas CS, et al. (2016) Area-specific development of distinct projection neuron subclasses is regulated by postnatal epigenetic modifications. Elife. 5
Comoglio Y, Levitz J, Kienzler MA, et al. (2014) Phospholipase D2 specifically regulates TREK potassium channels via direct interaction and local production of phosphatidic acid. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: 13547-52
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