MATAS Emmanuel

EQUIPE de rattachement : Neurobiologie des réseaux neuronaux

NOM Prénom : MATAS Emmanuel

Statut (date de début-fin prévue si CDD):  02-11-16/31-12-17

Adresse : Pôle Biologie Santé

Bâtiment B36, 1 rue Georges Bonnet, BP 633

TSA 51106

86073 POITIERS cedex9 – FRANCE

 Tél : 05.49.36.63.92

e-mail : emmanuel.matas@univ-poitiers.fr

 

Publications (toutes les marquantes, y compris avant 2012)

 

Repeated interruption of parent-infant interaction induces epigenetic and brain structural changes in the infant brain

Matas E, Bock J, Braun K

Psycopathology (2016), 49 (4) 201-210

 

The transgenerational transmission of childhood adversity: Behavioral, cellular and epigenetic correlates

Gröger N, Matas E, Gos T, Lesse A, Poeggel G, Braun K, Bock J

Journal of Neural Transmission (2016), 123 (9) 1037-52

 

Histone Modification of Nedd4 Ubiquitin Ligase Controls the Loss of AMPA Receptors and Cognitive Impairment Induced by Repeated Stress

Wei J, Xiong Z, Lee J.B., Cheng J, Duffney L.J, Matas E, Yan Z

The Journal of Neuroscience (2016), 36 (7) 2119-2130.

 

Autistic-like Deficits in Shank3-Deficient Mice Rescued by Targeting Actin Regulators

Duffney L.J, Zhong P, Wei J, Matas E, Cheng J, Dietz D.M, Kajiwara Y, Buxbaum J.D, Yan Z

Cell Reports (2015), 11 (9) 1400-13.

 

Immune senescence and vaccination in the elderly

Lang PO, Govind S, Bokum AT, Kenny N, Matas E, Pitts D, Aspinall R.

Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry (2013), 13 (20) 2541-50.

 

Pulmonary Delivery of Interleukin-7 Provides Efficient and Safe Delivery to the Aging Immune System

Mitchell WA, Castells A, Lang PO, Matas E, Lapenna A & Aspinall R

Rejuvenation Research (2012), 15 (4) 414-422.

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