Signalling networks for stemness and tumorigenesis

Our gang / Fabienne Lamballe





Researcher
Inserm CR1
lamballe@ibdml.univ-mrs.fr






Publication list


20.    N. Pietrancosta, A. Moumen, R. Dono, P. Lingor, V. Planchamp, F. Lamballe, M. Bähr, J.L. Kraus, and Maina F. Imino-tetrahydro-benzothiazole derivatives as p53 inhibitors : discovery of a highly potent in vivo inhibitor and its action mechanism. J. Med. Chem. 49: 3645-52 (2006)

19.    J. Segarra, L. Balenci, T. Drenth, F. Maina and F. Lamballe. Combined signaling through ERK, PI3K/Akt and Rac1/p38 is required for Met-triggered cortical neuron migration. J. Biol. Chem. 281 (8): 4771-8 (2006)

18.    G. Pante, J. Thompson, F. Lamballe, T. Iwata, F.A. Barr, A.M. Davies, F. Maina and R. Klein. Mitogen-inducible-gene-6 is an endogenous inhibitor of HGF/Met-induced cell migration and neurite growth. J. Cell Biol. 171 (2):337-48 (2005)

17.    D. Tulasne, J. Deheuninck, F.C. Lourenco, F. Lamballe, Z. Ji, C. Leroy, E. Puchois, A. Moumen, F. Maina, P. Mehlen and V. Fafeur. Pro-apoptotic function of the Met tyrosine kinase receptor through caspase cleavage. Mol. Cell. Biol. 24(23): 10328-39 (2004)

16.    S. Mateos, G. Calothy and F. Lamballe. The non-catalytic TrkCNC2 receptor is cleaved by metalloproteases upon neurotrophin-3 stimulation. Oncogene 22(5): 740-5 (2003)

15.    B. Menn, S. Timsit, A. Represa, S. Mateos, G. Calothy and F. Lamballe. Spatio-temporal expression of non-catalytic TrkC NC2 isoform during early and late CNS neurogenesis: a comparative study with TrkC catalytic and p75NTR receptors. Eur. J. Neurosci. 12 (9): 3211-23 (2000)

14.    B. Menn, S. Timsit, G. Calothy and F. Lamballe F. Differential expression of TrkC catalytic and non-catalytic isoforms suggests that they act independently or in association. J. Comp. Neurol.  401(1): 47-64 (1998)

13.    A. Chalazonitis, T.P. Rothman, J.X. Chen, F. Lamballe, M. Barbacid and M.D. Gershon. Neurotrophin-3 induces neural crest-derived cells from fetal rat gut to develop in vitro as neurons or glia. J. Neuroscience 14(11): 6571-84 (1994)

12.    F. Lamballe, R. Smeyne and M. Barbacid. Developmental expression of trkC, the neurotrophin-3 receptor, in the mammalian nervous system. J. Neuroscience 14(1): 14-28 (1994)

11.    H.N. Marsh, W.K. Scholz, F. Lamballe, R. Klein, V. Nanduri, M. Barbacid and C. Palfrey. Signal transduction events mediated by BDNF receptor gp145trkB in primary hippocampal pyramidal cell cultures. J. Neuroscience 13(10): 4281-92 (1993)

10.    K.D. Beck, F. Lamballe, R. Klein, M. Barbacid, E. Schauwecker, T.H. McNeill, C.E. Finch, F. Hefti F and J.R. Day. Induction of non-catalytic TrkB neurotrophin receptors during axonal sprouting in the adult hippocampus. J. Neuroscience 13(9): 4001-14 (1993)

9.     F. Lamballe, P. Tapley and M. Barbacid. trkC encodes multiple neurotrophin-3 receptors with distinct biological properties and substrate specificities. EMBO J.  12(8): 3083-94 (1993)

8.     R. Klein, F. Lamballe, S. Bryant and M. Barbacid. The trkB tyrosine protein kinase is a receptor for neurotrophin-4. Neuron 8(5): 947-56 (1992)

7.     P. Tapley, F. Lamballe and M. Barbacid. K252a is a selective inhibitor of the tyrosine protein kinase activity of the trk family of oncogenes and neurotrophin receptors. Oncogene 7(2): 371-81 (1992)

6.     F. Lamballe, R. Klein and M. Barbacid. trkC, a new member of the trk family of tyrosine protein kinases is a receptor for neurotrophin-3. Cell 66(5): 967-79 (1991)

5.     R. Klein, V. Nanduri, S. Jing, F. Lamballe, P. Tapley, S. Bryant, C. Cordon-Cardo, K.R. Jones, L.F. Reichardt and M. Barbacid. The trkB tyrosine protein kinase is a receptor for brain-derived neurotrophic factor and neurotrophin-3. Cell 66(2): 395-403 (1991)

4.     C. Cordon-Cardo, P. Tapley, S. Jing, V. Nanduri, E. O'Rourke, F. Lamballe, K. Kovary, R. Klein, K.R. Jones, L.F. Reichardt and M. Barbacid. The trk tyrosine protein kinase mediates the mitogenic properties of nerve growth factor and neurotrophin-3. Cell 66(1): 173-83 (1991)

3.     F. Lamballe, C. Ribault, P.Y. Le Prise and J.C. David. dATP mediated inhibition of DNA ligase by 2' deoxycoformycin in T- and B-cell leukemia. Leukemia 3(2): 97-103 (1989)

2.     F. Lamballe, D. Maniey, M.Y. Boscher, R. Fauchet, P.Y. Le Prise and J.C. David. Effects of clinical associations of antileukemic drugs on DNA ligase from human thymocytes and normal, stimulated or leukemic lymphocytes. Leukemia 2(6): 363-70 (1988)

1.     F. Lamballe, R. Rusquet, D. Maniey, P.Y. Le Prise, I. Bernard Griffiths and J.C. David. Enzymes involved in the DNA metabolism, replication and repair in acute leukemias: DNA ligase. Pathol.  Biol. 35(10): 1293-99 (1987)


Reviews and Chapters


5.    F. Lamballe. Neurotrophines et système nerveux central. Rev. Neurol. (Paris) 155(12): 1084-87 (1999)

4.    F. Lamballe. Les récepteurs tyrosine kinases Trk: récepteurs de forte affinité des neurotrophines. Médecine/Sciences 11: 1071-80 (1995)

3.    F. Lamballe, R. Klein R and M. Barbacid M. The trk family of oncogenes and neurotrophin receptors. Princess Takamatsu Symp. Multi-stage carcinogenesis, C.C. Harris et al. (Eds), Japan Sci. Soc. Press, Tokyo/CRC Press, Boca Raton 22: 153-70 (1992)

2.    M. Barbacid, F. Lamballe, D. Pulido and R. Klein. The trk family of tyrosine protein kinase receptors. Biochem. Biophys. Acta 1072(2-3): 115-27 (1991)

1.    C. Guguen-Guillouzo, P. Gripon, Y. Vandenberghe, F. Lamballe, D. Ratanasavanh and A. Guillouzo. Hepatotoxicity and molecular aspects of hepatocyte function in primary culture. Xenobiotica 18(6): 773-783 (1988)



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