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This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 80 references in this bibliography folder.

Farges, JC, Bellanger, A, Ducret, M, Aubert-Foucher, E, Richard, B, Alliot-Licht, B, Bleicher, F, and Carrouel, F (2015).
Human odontoblast-like cells produce nitric oxide with antibacterial activity upon TLR2 activation
Front Physiol, 6:185.

Flamant, F, Koibuchi, N, and Bernal, J (2015).
Editorial: "Thyroid Hormone in Brain and Brain Cells"
Front Endocrinol (Lausanne), 6:99.

Ozmadenci, D, Feraud, O, Markossian, S, Kress, E, Ducarouge, B, Gibert, B, Ge, J, Durand, I, Gadot, N, Plateroti, M, Bennaceur-Griscelli, A, Scoazec, JY, Gil, J, Deng, H, Bernet, A, Mehlen, P, and Lavial, F (2015).
Netrin-1 regulates somatic cell reprogramming and pluripotency maintenance
Nat Commun, 6:7398.

Vlaeminck-Guillem, V, Espiard, S, Flamant, F, and Wemeau, JL (2015).
TRalpha receptor mutations extend the spectrum of syndromes of reduced sensitivity to thyroid hormone
Presse Med, 44(11):1103-12.

Chatonnet, F, Livera, G, Fumel, B, Fouch, ES, and Flamant, F (2014).
Direct and indirect consequences on gene expression of a thyroid hormone receptor alpha 1 mutation restricted to Sertoli cells
Mol Reprod Dev, 81(12):1159-66.

Desjardin, C, Charles, C, Benoist-Lasselin, C, Riviere, J, Gilles, M, Chassande, O, Morgenthaler, C, Laloe, D, Lecardonnel, J, Flamant, F, Legeai-Mallet, L, and Schibler, L (2014).
Chondrocytes play a major role in the stimulation of bone growth by thyroid hormone
Endocrinology, 155(8):3123-35.

Dettling, J, Franz, C, Zimmermann, U, Lee, SC, Bress, A, Brandt, N, Feil, R, Pfister, M, Engel, J, Flamant, F, Ruttiger, L, and Knipper, M (2014).
Autonomous functions of murine thyroid hormone receptor TRalpha and TRbeta in cochlear hair cells
Mol Cell Endocrinol, 382(1):26-37.

Fauquier, T, Chatonnet, F, Picou, F, Richard, S, Fossat, N, Aguilera, N, Lamonerie, T, and Flamant, F (2014).
Purkinje cells and Bergmann glia are primary targets of the TRalpha1 thyroid hormone receptor during mouse cerebellum postnatal development
Development, 141(1):166-75.

Flamant, F, Borg, JY, Lenormand, B, and Le Cam-Duchez, V (2014).
[Comparison between the centrifugation on MPA C10 (Roche Diagnostics) and the centrifugation according recommendations of GEHT (Groupe d'etude de l'hemostase et de la thrombose) for the daily hemostasis assays]
Ann Biol Clin (Paris), 72(2):231-5.

Gauthier, K and Flamant, F (2014).
Nongenomic, TRbeta-dependent, thyroid hormone response gets genetic support
Endocrinology, 155(9):3206-9.

Guyot, R, Chatonnet, F, Gillet, B, Hughes, S, and Flamant, F (2014).
Toxicogenomic analysis of the ability of brominated flame retardants TBBPA and BDE-209 to disrupt thyroid hormone signaling in neural cells
Toxicology, 325:125-32.

Picou, F, Fauquier, T, Chatonnet, F, Richard, S, and Flamant, F (2014).
Deciphering direct and indirect influence of thyroid hormone with mouse genetics
Mol Endocrinol, 28(4):429-41.

Selmi-Ruby, S, Bouazza, L, Obregon, MJ, Conscience, A, Flamant, F, Samarut, J, Borson-Chazot, F, and Rousset, B (2014).
The targeted inactivation of TRbeta gene in thyroid follicular cells suggests a new mechanism of regulation of thyroid hormone production
Endocrinology, 155(2):635-46.

Avci, HX, Flamant, F, and Dusart, I (2013).
[Thyroid hormone T3 triggers the developmental loss of axonal regenerative capacity]
Med Sci (Paris), 29(3):245-7.

Chatonnet, F, Guyot, R, Benoit, G, and Flamant, F (2013).
Genome-wide analysis of thyroid hormone receptors shared and specific functions in neural cells
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 110(8):E766-75.

Flamant, F and Gauthier, K (2013).
Thyroid hormone receptors: the challenge of elucidating isotype-specific functions and cell-specific response
Biochim Biophys Acta, 1830(7):3900-7.

Avci, HX, Lebrun, C, Wehrle, R, Doulazmi, M, Chatonnet, F, Morel, MP, Ema, M, Vodjdani, G, Sotelo, C, Flamant, F, and Dusart, I (2012).
Thyroid hormone triggers the developmental loss of axonal regenerative capacity via thyroid hormone receptor alpha1 and kruppel-like factor 9 in Purkinje cells
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 109(35):14206-11.

Chatonnet, F, Guyot, R, Picou, F, Bondesson, M, and Flamant, F (2012).
Genome-wide search reveals the existence of a limited number of thyroid hormone receptor alpha target genes in cerebellar neurons
PLoS One, 7(5):e30703.

Picou, F, Fauquier, T, Chatonnet, F, and Flamant, F (2012).
A bimodal influence of thyroid hormone on cerebellum oligodendrocyte differentiation
Mol Endocrinol, 26(4):608-18.

Chatonnet, F, Fauquier, T, Picou, F, Guyot, R, and Flamant, F (2011).
[Thyroid hormone and cerebellum development: direct and indirect effects?]
Ann Endocrinol (Paris), 72(2):99-102.

Chatonnet, F, Picou, F, Fauquier, T, and Flamant, F (2011).
Thyroid hormone action in cerebellum and cerebral cortex development
J Thyroid Res, 2011:145762.

Fauquier, T, Romero, E, Picou, F, Chatonnet, F, Nguyen, XN, Quignodon, L, and Flamant, F (2011).
Severe impairment of cerebellum development in mice expressing a dominant-negative mutation inactivating thyroid hormone receptor alpha1 isoform
Dev Biol, 356(2):350-8.

Beby, F, Housset, M, Fossat, N, Le Greneur, C, Flamant, F, Godement, P, and Lamonerie, T (2010).
Otx2 gene deletion in adult mouse retina induces rapid RPE dystrophy and slow photoreceptor degeneration
PLoS One, 5(7):e11673.

Flamant, F and Quignodon, L (2010).
Use of a new model of transgenic mice to clarify the respective functions of thyroid hormone receptors in vivo
Heart Fail Rev, 15(2):117-20.

Hernandez, A, Quignodon, L, Martinez, ME, Flamant, F, and St Germain, DL (2010).
Type 3 deiodinase deficiency causes spatial and temporal alterations in brain T3 signaling that are dissociated from serum thyroid hormone levels
Endocrinology, 151(11):5550-8.

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