PRESTOZ Laetitia

MCU-HDR en Neurosciences

EQUIPE de rattachement : Equipe 1

NOM Prénom : Prestoz  Laetitia

Statu (date de début-fin prévue si CDD): MCU

Adresse : Bureau: MS R020 Tel: 33 (0) 5 49 36 62 13

INSERM U-1084, University of Poitiers UFR SFA, Laboratoire de Neurosciences Expérimentales et Cliniques-LNEC

Pôle Biologie Santé, Bât B36/B37, 1 Rue Georges Bonnet, TSA 51106, 86073 POITIERS Cedex 9 – France

e-mail : laetitia.prestoz@univ-poitiers.fr

Publications (toutes les marquantes, y compris avant 2012):

  • Jaber M, Benoit-Marand M, Prestoz L. Gaillard A. Cell Transplantation in the damaged adult brain. Rev Neurol (Paris). 2013, 169(11):838-843,  Prestoz L, Jaber M, Gaillard A. Dopaminergic axon guidance : which makes what ? Front Cell Neurosci. 2012, 6(32):1-13
  • Gely-Pernot A, Coronas V, Harnois T, Prestoz L, Mandairon N, Didier A, Berjeaud JM, Monvoisin A,   Bourmeyster N, De Frutos PG, Philippe M, Benzakour O. An endogenous vitamin K-dependent mechanism regulates cell proliferation in the brain subventricular stem cell niche. Stem Cells. 2012, 30(4):719-731
  • Deschamps C, Morel M, Janet T, Page G, Jaber M, Gaillard A, Prestoz L. EphrinA5 protein distribution in the developing mouse brain. BMC Neurosci. 2010, 25(11):105-121
  •  Gaillard A, Decressac M, Frappé I, Fernagut PO, Prestoz L, Besnard S, Jaber M. Anatomical and functional reconstruction of the nigrostriatal pathway by intranigral transplants. Neurobiol Dis. 2009, 35(3):477-488
  •  Deschamps C, Faideau M, Jaber M, Gaillard A, Prestoz L. Expression of ephrinA5 during development and potential involvement in the guidance of the mesostriatal pathway. Exp Neurol. 2009, 219(2):466-480.
  •  Decressac M, Prestoz L, Veran J, Cantereau A, Jaber M, Gaillard A. Neuropeptide Y stimulates proliferation, migration and differentiation of neural precursors from the subventricular zone in adult mice. Neurobiol Dis. 2009, 34:441-449
  •  Nicoleau C, Benzakour O, Agasse F, Thiriet N, Petit J, Prestoz L, Roger M, Jaber M, Coronas V. Endogenous hepatocyte growth factor is a niche signal for subventricular zone neural stem cell amplification and self-renewal. Stem Cells. 2009, 27(2):408-419
  • Gaillard A, Prestoz L, Dumartin B, Cantereau A, Morel F, Roger M, Jaber M. Reestablishment of damaged adult motor pathways by grafted embryonic cortical neurons. Nature Neurosci. 2007, 10(10):1294-1299.

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