Bertrand Favier
Bertrand Favier
Université Grenoble Alpes
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Specific and redundant functions of the paralogous Hoxa-9 and Hoxd-9 genes in forelimb and axial skeleton patterning
C Fromental-Ramain, X Warot, S Lakkaraju, B Favier, H Haack, C Birling, ...
Development 122 (2), 461-472, 1996
2761996
Developmental functions of mammalian Hox genes.
B Favier, P Dolle
Molecular human reproduction 3 (2), 115-131, 1997
2581997
Notch signalling is linked to epidermal cell differentiation level in basal cell carcinoma, psoriasis and wound healing
J Thélu, P Rossio, B Favier
BMC dermatology 2 (1), 1-12, 2002
2282002
Hair follicle stem cells
RM Lavker, TT Sun, H Oshima, Y Barrandon, M Akiyama, C Ferraris, ...
Journal of Investigative Dermatology Symposium Proceedings 8 (1), 28-38, 2003
1822003
Functional cooperation between the non-paralogous genes Hoxa-10 and Hoxd-11 in the developing forelimb and axial skeleton
B Favier, FM Rijli, C Fromental-Ramain, V Fraulob, P Chambon, P Dollé
Development 122 (2), 449-460, 1996
1711996
Adult corneal epithelium basal cells possess the capacity to activate epidermal, pilosebaceous and sweat gland genetic programs in response to embryonic dermal stimuli
C Ferraris, G Chevalier, B Favier, CA Jahoda, D Dhouailly
Development 127 (24), 5487-5495, 2000
1592000
Axial skeleton homeosis and forelimb malformations in Hoxd-11 mutant mice
B Favier, M Le Meur, P Chambon, P Dolle
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 92 (1), 310-314, 1995
1201995
Deletion of a HoxD enhancer induces transcriptional heterochrony leading to transposition of the sacrum
J Zákány, M Gérard, B Favier, D Duboule
The EMBO Journal 16 (14), 4393-4402, 1997
1151997
Localisation of members of the notch system and the differentiation of vibrissa hair follicles: receptors, ligands, and fringe modulators
B Favier, I Fliniaux, J Thélu, JP Viallet, M Demarchez, CAB Jahoda, ...
Developmental dynamics: an official publication of the American Association …, 2000
812000
Functional Equivalence and Rescue Among Group 11HoxGene Products in Vertebral Patterning
J Zakany, M Gérard, B Favier, SS Potter, D Duboule
Developmental biology 176 (2), 325-328, 1996
731996
Enzymatic assays for the diagnosis of bradykinin-dependent angioedema
F Defendi, D Charignon, A Ghannam, R Baroso, F Csopaki, ...
PLoS One 8 (8), e70140, 2013
592013
A new case of homozygous C1-inhibitor deficiency suggests a role for Arg378 in the control of kinin pathway activation
A López-Lera, B Favier, RM de la Cruz, S Garrido, C Drouet, ...
Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 126 (6), 1307-1310. e3, 2010
502010
Semi-automated fact-checking of nucleotide sequence reagents in biomedical research publications: The Seek & Blastn tool
C Labbé, N Grima, T Gautier, B Favier, JA Byrne
PloS one 14 (3), e0213266, 2019
372019
Benzo [e] pyridoindoles, novel inhibitors of the aurora kinases
TMN Hoang, B Favier, A Valette, C Barette, CH Nguyen, L Lafanechčre, ...
Cell Cycle 8 (5), 765-772, 2009
282009
Hereditary angioedema caused by the p. Thr309Lys mutation in the F12 gene: a multifactorial disease
C Gómez-Traseira, A López-Lera, C Drouet, M López-Trascasa, ...
Journal of allergy and clinical immunology 132 (4), 986-989. e5, 2013
262013
Kininogen cleavage assay: diagnostic assistance for kinin-mediated angioedema conditions
R Baroso, P Sellier, F Defendi, D Charignon, A Ghannam, M Habib, ...
PLoS One 11 (9), e0163958, 2016
232016
Activation of classical pathway of complement cascade by soluble oligomers of prion
C Dumestre‐Pérard, J Osmundson, C Lemaire‐Vieille, N Thielens, ...
Cellular microbiology 9 (12), 2870-2879, 2007
182007
C1 inhibitor function using contact‐phase proteases as target: evaluation of an innovative assay
A Ghannam, P Sellier, F Defendi, B Favier, D Charignon, A López‐Lera, ...
Allergy 70 (9), 1103-1111, 2015
172015
Contact system activation in patients with HAE and normal C1 inhibitor function
A Ghannam, F Defendi, D Charignon, F Csopaki, B Favier, M Habib, ...
Immunology and Allergy Clinics 33 (4), 513-533, 2013
142013
Both retinoic acid receptors α (RARα) and γ (RARγ) are able to initiate mouse upper-lip skin glandular metaplasia
S Blanchet, B Favier, G Chevalier, JJ Michaille, D Dhouailly, P Kastner, ...
Journal of investigative dermatology 111 (2), 206-212, 1998
121998
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