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Profile Publications(15)
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Publications By Aude I. Dupré

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The M-phase regulatory phosphatase PP2A-B55δ opposes protein kinase A on Arpp19 to initiate meiotic division., Lemonnier T, Daldello EM, Poulhe R, Le T, Miot M, Lignières L, Jessus C, Dupré A., Nat Commun. January 1, 2021; 12 (1): 1837.                    


Translational Control of Xenopus Oocyte Meiosis: Toward the Genomic Era., Meneau F, Dupré A, Jessus C, Daldello EM., Cells. January 1, 2020; 9 (6):             


Correction: The phosphorylation of ARPP19 by Greatwall renders the auto-amplification of MPF independently of PKA in Xenopus oocytes (doi:10.1242/jcs.126599)., Dupré A, Buffin E, Roustan C, Nairn AC, Jessus C, Haccard O., J Cell Sci. July 30, 2018; 131 (14):     


Correction: Control of Cdc6 accumulation by Cdk1 and MAPK is essential for completion of oocyte meiotic divisions in Xenopus (doi:10.1242/jcs.166553)., Daldello EM, Le T, Poulhe R, Jessus C, Haccard O, Dupré A., J Cell Sci. January 1, 2018; 131 (3):


The greatwall kinase is dominant over PKA in controlling the antagonistic function of ARPP19 in Xenopus oocytes., Dupré AI, Haccard O, Jessus C., Cell Cycle. August 3, 2017; 16 (15): 1440-1452.


Control of Cdc6 accumulation by Cdk1 and MAPK is essential for completion of oocyte meiotic divisions in Xenopus., Daldello EM, Le T, Poulhe R, Jessus C, Haccard O, Dupré A., J Cell Sci. July 15, 2015; 128 (14): 2482-96.


Phosphorylation of ARPP19 by protein kinase A prevents meiosis resumption in Xenopus oocytes., Dupré A, Daldello EM, Nairn AC, Jessus C, Haccard O., Nat Commun. July 8, 2014; 5 3318.            


The phosphorylation of ARPP19 by Greatwall renders the auto-amplification of MPF independently of PKA in Xenopus oocytes., Dupré A, Buffin E, Roustan C, Nairn AC, Jessus C, Haccard O., J Cell Sci. September 1, 2013; 126 (Pt 17): 3916-26.


Naturally occurring steroids in Xenopus oocyte during meiotic maturation. Unexpected presence and role of steroid sulfates., Haccard O, Dupré A, Liere P, Pianos A, Eychenne B, Jessus C, Ozon R., Mol Cell Endocrinol. October 15, 2012; 362 (1-2): 110-9.


Unfertilized Xenopus eggs die by Bad-dependent apoptosis under the control of Cdk1 and JNK., Du Pasquier D, Dupré A, Jessus C., PLoS One. January 1, 2011; 6 (8): e23672.              


A forward chemical genetic screen reveals an inhibitor of the Mre11-Rad50-Nbs1 complex., Dupré A, Boyer-Chatenet L, Sattler RM, Modi AP, Lee JH, Nicolette ML, Kopelovich L, Jasin M, Baer R, Paull TT, Gautier J., Nat Chem Biol. February 1, 2008; 4 (2): 119-25.


Rad50 adenylate kinase activity regulates DNA tethering by Mre11/Rad50 complexes., Bhaskara V, Dupré A, Lengsfeld B, Hopkins BB, Chan A, Lee JH, Zhang X, Gautier J, Zakian V, Paull TT., Mol Cell. March 9, 2007; 25 (5): 647-61.


Two-step activation of ATM by DNA and the Mre11-Rad50-Nbs1 complex., Dupré A, Boyer-Chatenet L, Gautier J., Nat Struct Mol Biol. May 1, 2006; 13 (5): 451-7.


Xenopus H-RasV12 promotes entry into meiotic M phase and cdc2 activation independently of Mos and p42(MAPK)., Dupré A, Suziedelis K, Valuckaite R, de Gunzburg J, Ozon R, Jessus C, Haccard O., Oncogene. September 19, 2002; 21 (42): 6425-33.


Mos is not required for the initiation of meiotic maturation in Xenopus oocytes., Dupré A, Jessus C, Ozon R, Haccard O., EMBO J. August 1, 2002; 21 (15): 4026-36.

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