Affiliation entity
Équipe SANTÉ

Contact

E-mail
patrick.mailliet[at]mnhn.fr
Phone
01 40 79 36 96
Address(es)

CNRS UMR 7196 / INSERM U1154
43, rue Cuvier - Case Postale 26
75231 Paris Cedex 05, France
 

Publications

2019
  • Hwang In, Mailliet Patrick, Hossard Virginie, Riou Jean-François, Bugaut Anthony & Roger Lauréline, February 2019Investigating the Effect of Mono- and Dimeric 360A G-Quadruplex Ligands on Telomere Stability by Single Telomere Length Analysis (STELA). Molecules vol. 24, n° 3, dir. {MDPI} p. 577
2018
  • Saintomé C., Alberti Patrizia, Guinot N., Lejault P., Chatain J., Mailliet P., Riou Jean-Francois & Bugaut A., 2018Binding properties of mono- and dimeric pyridine dicarboxamide ligands to human telomeric higher-order G-quadruplex structures. Chemical Communications vol. 54, n° 15, dir. {Royal Society of Chemistry} p. 1897-1900
2015
  • Jeitany Maya, Pineda Jose Ramon, Liu Quingyuan, Porreca Rosa Maria, Hoffschir Françoise, Desmaze Chantal, Silvestre David C, Mailliet Patrick, Junier Marie-Pierre, Londono-Vallejo Arturo, Segal-Bendirdjian Evelyne, Chneiweiss Hervé & Boussin François D, April 2015A preclinical mouse model of glioma with an alternative mechanism of telomere maintenance (ALT). International Journal of Cancer vol. 136, n° 7, dir. {Wiley} p. 1546-1558
2009
  • Dorleans Audrey, Gigant Benoît, Ravelli Raimond, Mailliet Patrick, Mikol Vincent & Knossow Marcel, August 2009Variations in the colchicine-binding domain provide insight into the structural switch of tubulin. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America vol. 106, n° 33, dir. {National Academy of Sciences} p. 13775-13779
2005
  • Douarre Céline, Gomez Dennis, Morjani Hamid, Zahm Jean-Marie, O’Donohue Marie-Françoise, Eddabra Lahcen, Mailliet Patrick, Riou Jean-Francois & Trentesaux Chantal, April 2005Overexpression of Bcl-2 is associated with apoptotic resistance to the G-quadruplex ligand 12459 but is not sufficient to confer resistance to long-term senescence. Nucleic Acids Research vol. 33, n° 7, dir. {Oxford University Press} p. 2192-2203