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Christophe Leterrier

neurobiology, cell biology
"christophe leterrier"
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Ganguly A, Tang Y, Wang L, et al. (2015) A dynamic formin-dependent deep F-actin network in axons. The Journal of Cell Biology. 210: 401-17
Hien YE, Montersino A, Castets F, et al. (2014) CK2 accumulation at the axon initial segment depends on sodium channel Nav1 Febs Letters. 588: 3403-3408
Leterrier C, Dargent B. (2014) No Pasaran! Role of the axon initial segment in the regulation of protein transport and the maintenance of axonal identity. Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology. 27: 44-51
Simon AC, Loverdo C, Gaffuri AL, et al. (2013) Activation-dependent plasticity of polarized GPCR distribution on the neuronal surface. Journal of Molecular Cell Biology. 5: 250-65
Carrel D, Simon A, Emerit MB, et al. (2011) Axonal targeting of the 5-HT1B serotonin receptor relies on structure-specific constitutive activation. Traffic (Copenhagen, Denmark). 12: 1501-20
Leterrier C, Vacher H, Fache MP, et al. (2011) End-binding proteins EB3 and EB1 link microtubules to ankyrin G in the axon initial segment. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 108: 8826-31
Leterrier C, Brachet A, Dargent B, et al. (2011) Determinants of voltage-gated sodium channel clustering in neurons. Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology. 22: 171-7
Brachet A, Leterrier C, Irondelle M, et al. (2010) Ankyrin G restricts ion channel diffusion at the axonal initial segment before the establishment of the diffusion barrier. The Journal of Cell Biology. 191: 383-95
Leterrier C, Brachet A, Fache MP, et al. (2010) Voltage-gated sodium channel organization in neurons: protein interactions and trafficking pathways. Neuroscience Letters. 486: 92-100
Cossec JC, Simon A, Marquer C, et al. (2010) Clathrin-dependent APP endocytosis and Abeta secretion are highly sensitive to the level of plasma membrane cholesterol. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 1801: 846-52
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