Alyson Fournier, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
Area:
Neuroscience
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Woller SA, Ruschel J, Morquette B, et al. (2022) Self-delivering RNAi compounds as therapeutic agents in the central nervous system to enhance axonal regeneration after injury. Iscience. 25: 104379
Boulan B, Ravanello C, Peyrel A, et al. (2021) CRMP4-mediated fornix development involves semaphorin-3E signaling pathway. Elife. 10
Hintermayer MA, Drake SS, Fournier AE. (2021) To grow and to stay, both controlled by RhoA: Opposing cellular effects on axon regeneration. Neuron. 109: 3395-3397
Kaplan A, Andrei SA, van Regteren Altena A, et al. (2020) Polypharmacological Perturbation of the 14-3-3 Adaptor Protein Interactome Stimulates Neurite Outgrowth. Cell Chemical Biology
Drake S, Fournier A. (2020) Nogo BACE jumps on the exosome. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 295: 2184-2185
Girouard MP, Simas T, Hua L, et al. (2020) Collapsin response mediator protein 4 (CRMP4) facilitates Wallerian degeneration and axon regeneration following sciatic nerve injury. Eneuro
Girouard MP, Bueno M, Julian V, et al. (2018) The molecular interplay between axon degeneration and regeneration. Developmental Neurobiology
Sanz RL, Ferraro GB, Kacervosky J, et al. (2017) MT3-MMP promotes excitatory synapse formation by promoting Nogo-66 receptor ectodomain shedding. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Kaplan A, Ottmann C, Fournier AE. (2017) 14-3-3 adaptor protein-protein interactions as therapeutic targets for CNS diseases. Pharmacological Research
Kaplan A, Fournier AE. (2017) Targeting 14-3-3 adaptor protein-protein interactions to stimulate central nervous system repair. Neural Regeneration Research. 12: 1040-1043
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