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Publications

Team publications

  1. Martin OCB, Lin C, Naud N, Taché S, Raymond-Letron I, Corpet DE and Pierre FHF (2014) Antibiotic suppression of intestinal microbiota reduces heme-induced lipoperoxidation associated with colon carcinogenesis in rats. Nutr Cancer. In press. (5-Y IF : 2.947, Oncology 119/202, Q3)
  2. Corpet DE, De Smet S and Demeyer D (2014) Epidemiological evidence for the association between red and processed meat intake and colorectal cancer. Letter to the Editor. Meat Sci. 98: 115. (5-Y IF: 2.901, Food Science & Technology 34/123, Q2)
  3. Pierre FHF, Martin OCB, Santarelli RL, Taché S, Naud N, Guéraud F, Audebert M, Dupuy J, Meunier N, Attaix D, Vendeuvre JL, Mirvish SS, Kuhnle GCG, Cano N and Corpet DE (2013). Calcium and α-tocopherol suppress cured-meat promotion of chemically induced colon carcinogenesis in rats and reduce associated biomarkers in human volunteers. Am J Clin Nutr. 98:1255-62. (5-Y IF: 7.802, Nutrition & Dietetics 3/78, Q1)
  4. Santarelli RL, Naud N, Taché S, Guéraud F, Nassy G, Vendeuvre J-L, Zhou L, Anwar MM, Mirvish SS, Corpet DE and Pierre FHF (2013). Calcium inhibits promotion by hot dog of 1-2-dimethylhydrazine-induced mucin-depleted foci in rat colon.Int J Cancer. 133: 2533-41. (5-Y IF: 5.497, Oncology 34/202, Q1)
  5. Chenni FZ, Taché S, Naud N, Guéraud F, Hobbs DA, Kunhle GG, Pierre FH and Corpet DE (2013). Heme-induced biomarkers associated with red meat promotion of colon cancer are not modulated by the intake of nitrite. Nutr Cancer. 65: 227-33. (5-Y IF : 2.947, Oncology 119/202, Q3)
  6. Domange C, Schroeder H, Violle N, Peiffer J, Canlet C, Paris A and Priymenko N (2013). Mining the brain metabolome to understand behavioural disruptions induced in mouse fed Hypochoeris radicata (L.), a neurotoxic plant for horse. Neurotoxicology. 38:74-83. (5-Y IF : 3.291, Toxicology 26/87, Q2)
  7. Huc L, Lemarié A, Guéraud F and Héliès-Toussaint C (2012). Low concentrations of bisphenol A induce lipid accumulation mediated by the production of reactive oxygen species in the mitochondria of HepG2 cells. Toxicol In Vitro. 26: 709-17. (5-Y IF: 3.151, Toxicology 23/87, Q2)
  8. Vásquez-Garzón VR, Rouimi P, Jouanin I, Waeg G, Zarkovic N, Villa-Treviño S and Guéraud F (2012). Evaluation of three simple direct or indirect carbonyl detection methods for characterization of oxidative modifications of proteins. Toxicol Mech Methods. 22:296-304. (5-Y IF: 1.312, Toxicology 65/87, Q3)
  9. Allam O, Bahuaud D, Taché S, Naud N, Corpet DE and Pierre FH (2011). Calcium carbonate suppresses haem toxicity markers without calcium phosphate side effects on colon carcinogenesis. Br J Nutr. 105: 384-92. (5-Y IF: 3.762, Nutrition & Dietetics 21/78, Q2)

10. Baradat M, Jouanin I, Dalleau S, Taché S, Gieules M, Debrauwer L, Canlet C, Huc L, Dupuy J, Pierre FH and Guéraud F (2011). 4-Hydroxy-2(E)-nonenal metabolism differs in Apc(+/+) cells and in Apc(Min/+) cells: it may explain colon cancer promotion by heme iron. Chem Res Toxicol. 24: 1984-93. (5-Y IF: 4.01, Chemistry (medicinal) 5/85, Q1)

11. Bastide NM, Pierre FH and Corpet DE (2011). Heme iron from meat and risk of colorectal cancer: a meta-analysis and a review of the mechanisms involved. Cancer Prev Res (Phila). 4: 177-84. (5-Y IF : 5.511, Oncology 31/202, Q1)

12.  Jouanin I, Baradat M, Gieules M, Taché S, Pierre FH, Guéraud F andDebrauwer L (2011). Liquid chromatography/electrospray ionisation mass spectrometric tracking of 4-hydroxy-2(E)-nonenal biotransformations by mouse colon epithelial cells using [1,2-13C2]-4-hydroxy-2(E)-nonenal as stable isotope tracer. Rapid Commun Mass Spectrom. 25: 2675-81. (5-Y IF: 2.634, Spectroscopy 13/44, Q2)

13. Corpet DE (2011). Red meat and colon cancer: should we become vegetarians, or can we make meat safer? Meat Sci. 89: 310-6. (5-Y IF: 2.901, Food Science & Technology 34/123, Q2)

14. Pierre FH, Santarelli RL, Allam O, Taché S, Naud N, Guéraud F, Corpet DE (2010). Freeze-dried ham promotes azoxymethane-induced mucin-depleted foci and aberrant crypt foci in rat colon. Nutr Cancer. 62: 567-73. (5-Y IF : 2.947, Oncology 119/202, Q3)

15. Potier M, Tran TA, Chantome A, Girault A, Joulin V, Bougnoux P, Vandier C, Pierre FHF(2010).Altered SK3/KCa2.3-mediated migration in Adenomatous Polyposis Coli (Apc) mutated mouse colon epithelial cells. Biochem Biophys Res Commun.397: 42-47. (5-Y IF: 2.474, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 191/291, Q3)

16. Santarelli RL, Vendeuvre JL, Naud N, Taché S, Guéraud F, Viau M, Genot C, Corpet DE and Pierre FH (2010). Meat processing and colon carcinogenesis: cooked, nitrite-treated, and oxidized high-heme cured meat promotes mucin-depleted foci in rats. Cancer Prev Res (Phila) 3: 852-64. (5-Y IF: 5.511, Oncology 31/202, Q1)

17. Marquez-Quiñones A, Cipak A, Zarkovic K, Fattel-Fazenda S, Villa-Treviño S, Waeg G, Zarkovic N and Guéraud F (2010). HNE-protein adducts formation in different pre-carcinogenic stages of hepatitis in LEC rats. Free Radic Res. 44: 119-27. (5-Y IF: 3.060, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, 131/291, Q2)

18. Domange C, Casteignau A, Collignon G, Pumarola M and Priymenko N (2010). Longitudinal study of Australian stringhalt cases in France. J Anim Physiol Anim Nutr. 94:712-720. (5-Y IF: 1.263, Veterinary Sciences 36/129, Q2)

19. Grüss A and Priymenko N (2009). Cotoneaster sp. poisoning in a llama (Lama glama). J Vet Diagn Invest.  21: 247-9. (5-Y IF : 1.433, Veterinary Sciences 39/129, Q2)

 

Publications in collaboration

  1. Marmugi A, Lasserre F, Beuzelin D,  Ducheix S, Huc L, Polizzi A, Chetivaux M, Pineau T, Martin P, Guillou H, Lakhal L (2014) Adverse effects of long-term exposure to bisphenol A during adulthood leading to hyperglycemia and hypercholesterolemia in mice. Toxicology. In press. (5-Y IF: 3.884, Toxicology 14/87, Q1)
  2. Muller C, Bandemer J, Vindis C, Camaré C, Mucher E, Guéraud F, Larroque-Cardoso P, Bernis C, Auge N, Salvayre R and Negre-Salvayre A (2013). Protein disulfide isomerase modification and inhibition contribute to ER stress and apoptosis induced by oxidized low density lipoproteins. Antioxid Redox Signal. 18: 731-42. (5-Y IF: 8.499, Endocrinology & Metabolism 9/123, Q1)
  3. Garciarena CD, Ma YL, Swietach P, Huc L and Vaughan-Jones RD (2013). Sarcolemmal localisation of Na+/H+ exchange and Na+-HCO3- co-transport influences the spatial regulation of intracellular pH in rat ventricular myocytes. J Physiol. 591: 2287-306. (5-Y IF: 5.021, Physiology 8/81, Q1)
  4. Pincemail J, Paquot N, Cillard J, Hininger I, Iuliano L, Cazaubiel M, Guéraud F, Chapelle JP, Kevers C, Charlier C, Albert a and Defraigne JO (2013). On the Potential Effect of Increased Dietary Intake of Fruits and Vegetables on Biomarkers of Lipid Peroxidation in Type 2 Diabetes Patients. Journal of Pharmacy and Nutrition Sciences 3: 191-201. NR
  5. Oostindjer M, Alexander J, Amdam GV, Andersen G, Bryan NS, Chen D, Corpet DE, De Smet S, Dragsted LO, Haug A, Karlsson AH, Kleter G, de Kok TM, Kulseng B, Milkowski AL, Martin RJ, Pajari AM, Paulsen JE, Pickova J, Rudi K, Sødring M, Weed DL and Egelandsdal B (2014). The role of red and processed meat in colorectal cancer development: a perspective. Meat Sci. 97: 583-96. (5-Y IF: 2.901, Food Science & Technology 34/123, Q2)
  6. Chevillard-Briet M, Quaranta M, Grézy A, Mattera L, Courilleau C, Philippe M, Mercier P, Corpet D, Lough J, Ueda T, Fukunaga R, Trouche D and Escaffit F (2014). Interplay between chromatin modifying enzymes controls colon cancer progression through Wnt signaling. Hum Mol Genet. 23: 2120-31 (5-Y IF: 6.968, Genetics & Heredity 16/164 Q1)
  7. Peyre L, Rouimi P, de Sousa G, Héliès-Toussaint C, Carré B, Barcellini S, Chagnon MC, Rahmani R. (2014). Comparative study of bisphenol A and its analogue bisphenol S on human hepatic cells: A focus on their potential involvement in nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Food Chem Toxicol.  70: 9-18. (5Y-IF: 3.210, Food Science & Technology 21/123, Q1)
  8. Kowalski-Chauvel A, Najib S, Tikhonova IG, Huc L, Lopez F, Martinez LO, Cohen-Jonathan-Moyal E, Ferrand A and Seva C (2012). Identification of the F1-ATPase at the cell surface of colonic epithelial cells: role in mediating cell proliferation. J Biol Chem. 287: 41458-68. (5-Y IF : 4.863, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 65/291, Q1)
  9. Marmugi A, Ducheix S, Laserre F, Polizzi A, Paris A, Priymenko N, Bertrand-Michel J, Pineau T, Guillou H, Martin P and Mselli-Lakhal L (2012). Low doses of bisphenol a induce gene expression related to lipid synthesis and trigger triglyceride accumulation in adult mouse liver. Hepatology.55: 395-407. (5-Y IF : 11.532, Gastroenterology & hepatology 3/74, Q1)
  10. Tekpli X, Huc L, Sergent O, Dendelé B, Dimanche-Boitrel MT, Holme JA and Lagadic-Gossmann D (2012). NHE-1 relocation outside cholesterol-rich membrane microdomains is associated with its benzo[a]pyrene-related apoptotic function. Cell Physiol Biochem. 29:657-66. (5-Y IF: 3.309, Physiology 18/81, Q1)

11. Bartley AA, Morrison, Dupuy J, Bartley Y, Sutra JF, Menez C, Alvinerie M, Jackson F, Devin L, A. Lespine (2012). Influence of Pluronic 85 and ketoconazole on disposition and efficacy of ivermectin in sheep infected with a multiple resistant Haemonchus contortus isolate. Vet Parasitol, 187: 464-472. (5-Y IF : 2.719, Veterinary Sciences 5/129, Q1)

12. Davis ME, Lisowyj MP, Zhou L, Wisecarver JL, Gulizia JM, Shostrom VK, Naud N, Corpet DE and Mirvish SS (2012). Induction of colonic aberrant crypts in mice by feeding apparent N-nitroso compounds derived from hot dogs. Nutr Cancer. 64: 342-9. (5-Y IF : 2.947, Oncology 119/202, Q3)

13. Dendelé B, Tekpli X, Sergent O, Dimanche-Boitrel MT, Holme JA, Huc L and Lagadic-Gossmann D (2012). Identification of the couple GSK3α/c-Myc as a new regulator of hexokinase II in benzo[a]pyrene-induced apoptosis. Toxicol In Vitro. 26: 94-101.(5-Y IF : 3.151, Toxicology 23/87, Q2)

14. Lemarié A, Huc L, Pazarentzos E, Mahul-Mellier AL and Grimm S (2011). Specific disintegration of complex II succinate:ubiquinone oxidoreductase links pH changes to oxidative stress for apoptosis induction. Cell Death Differ. 18: 338-49. (5-Y IF : 8.345, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 25/291, Q1)

15. Tamzali Y, Marguet C, Priymenko N and Lyazrhi F (2011). Prevalence of gastric ulcer syndrome in high level endurance horses. Equine Vet J. 43: 141-144. (5-Y IF : 2.267, Veterinary Sciences 7/129, Q1)

16. del Agua AR, Aurrekoetxea I, Elorriaga MA, Rodriguez F, Guéraud F,Ruiz-Larrea MB and Ruiz-Sanz JI (2011). Involvement of G-463A MPO gene polymorphism in the response of postmenopausal women to hormone therapy. Menopause. 18: 575-81. (5-Y IF : 3.011, Obstetrics & Gynecology 16/78, Q1)

17. Tekpli X, Rissel M, Huc L, Catheline D, Sergent O, Rioux V, Legrand P, Holme JA, Dimanche-Boitrel MT and Lagadic-Gossmann D (2010). Membrane remodeling, an early event in benzo[a]pyrene-induced apoptosis. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol. 243: 68-76.(5-Y IF : 4.163 , Toxicology, 16/87, Q1)

18. Dupuy J, Alvinerie M, Menez C and Lespine A (2010). Interaction of anthelmintic drugs with P-glycoprotein in recombinant LLC-PK1-mdr1a cells. Chem Biol Interact 186: 280-286. (5-Y IF :  3.154, Toxicology 28/87, Q2)

19. Jourdan F, Cottret L, Huc L, Scheltema R, Hillenweck A, Barrett MP, Zalko D and Debrauwer L (2010). Use of reconstituted metabolic networks to assist in metabolomic data mining. Metabolomics. 6:312-321.(5-Y IF : 4.630, Endocrinology & Metabolism 35/123, Q2)

20. Kiki-Mvouaka S, Menez C, Borin C, Lyazrhi F, Foucaud-Vignault M, Dupuy J, Collet X, Alvinerie M and Lespine A (2010). Role of P-glycoprotein in the disposition of macrocyclic lactones: a comparison between ivermectin, eprinomectin and moxidectin in mice, Drug Metab Dispos 38: 573-80. (5-Y IF : 3.827, Pharmacology & Pharmacy 61/254, Q1)

21. Bellocq D, Molina J, Rathahao E, Taché S, Pierre F and Paris A (2010). Metabolic bioactivation of estradiol-17β (E2β) in mouse colon epithelial cells bearing ApcMin mutation. Steroids. 75: 665-675. (5-Y IF : 2.845, Endocrinology & Metabolism 63/123, Q3)

 

Publications from newly recruited members

1. Héliès-Toussaint C, Peyre L, Costanzo C, Chagnon MC and Rahmani R (2014) Is bisphenol S a safe substitute for bisphenol A in terms of metabolic modulation? An in vitro study. Tox  Appl Pharmacol. In press. (5-Y IF : 4.163 , Toxicology, 16/87, Q1)

 

Reviews

  1. Dalleau S, Baradat M, Guéraud F and Huc L (2013). Cell death and diseases related to oxidative stress: 4-hydroxynonenal (HNE) in the balance. Cell Death Differ. 20: 1615-30. (5-Y IF :  8.395, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 25/291, Q1)
  2. Sagols E and Priymenko N (2011). Oxidative stress in dog with heart failure: the role of dietary fatty acids and antioxidants. Veterinary Medicine Internationnal, online, doi: 10.4061/2011/180206. NR
  3. Guéraud F, Atalay M, Bresgen N, Cipak A, Eckl PM, Huc L, Jouanin I, Siems W and Uchida K (2010). Chemistry and biochemistry of lipid peroxidation products. Free Radic Res. 44: 1098-124.  (5-Y IF: 3.060, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, 131/291, Q2)
  4. Guéraud F, (to be published) Oxidized lipid products and carcinogenesis. In “Lipid Oxidation in health and disease”. Spickett C and Forman HJ (Eds). Taylor and Francis.
  5. Monot J, Priymenko N and Hampson B (2012) Chapter 23: Acclimatisation of horses to a novel feeding system. In “Forages and grazing in horse nutrition.” Wageningen Academic Publishers (Ed) pp: 191-194.
  6. Huc L, Tekpli X, Rebillard A, Dimanche-Boitrel MT and Lagadic-Gossmann D (2011) Role for NHE1 in chemically-induced apoptosis. In “Proton homeostasis in tumorigenesis and cell death, Research Signpost publishers, pp: 65-81
  7. Domange C, Paris A, Schroeder H, Priymenko N (2011) Chapter 17: Power of metabonomic approach to investigate an unknown nervous disease. In “Neurodegenerative diseases processes, prevention, protection and monitoring.” Ed. Chuen-Chung Chang (Ed), InTech, 2011, pp: 407-432.
  8. Corpet DE and Guéraud F (2010) Heme iron from dietary meat produces pro-carcinogenic peroxides endogenously. In "Endogenous toxins: diet, genetics, disease and treatment" Wiley-VCH, Bruce WR and O’Brien P (eds) pp: 133-149
  9. Corpet DE, Bastide NM and Pierre F (2010) Viandes rouges et risques de cancer du colon. in « Muscle et Viande de Ruminant » Ed. by Quae
  10. Guéraud F(2010) Chapter 8: Lipid peroxidation originating α,β-unsaturated aldehydes and their metabolites as biomarkers” In : “Biomarkers for antioxidant defense and oxidative damage”. Edited by Aldini G, Yeum KJ, Niki E and R. M. Russell RM, Wiley-Blackwell. Pp: 117-134.

 

Books and book chapters

  1. Guéraud F, (to be published) Oxidized lipid products and carcinogenesis. In “Lipid Oxidation in health and disease”. Spickett C and Forman HJ (Eds). Taylor and Francis.
  2. Monot J, Priymenko N and Hampson B (2012) Chapter 23: Acclimatisation of horses to a novel feeding system. In “Forages and grazing in horse nutrition.” Wageningen Academic Publishers (Ed) pp: 191-194.
  3. Huc L, Tekpli X, Rebillard A, Dimanche-Boitrel MT and Lagadic-Gossmann D (2011) Role for NHE1 in chemically-induced apoptosis. In “Proton homeostasis in tumorigenesis and cell death, Research Signpost publishers, pp: 65-81
  4. Domange C, Paris A, Schroeder H, Priymenko N (2011) Chapter 17: Power of metabonomic approach to investigate an unknown nervous disease. In “Neurodegenerative diseases processes, prevention, protection and monitoring.” Ed. Chuen-Chung Chang (Ed), InTech, 2011, pp: 407-432.
  5. Corpet DE and Guéraud F (2010) Heme iron from dietary meat produces pro-carcinogenic peroxides endogenously. In "Endogenous toxins: diet, genetics, disease and treatment" Wiley-VCH, Bruce WR and O’Brien P (eds) pp: 133-149
  6. Corpet DE, Bastide NM and Pierre F (2010) Viandes rouges et risques de cancer du colon. in « Muscle et Viande de Ruminant » Ed. by Quae
  7. Guéraud F(2010) Chapter 8: Lipid peroxidation originating α,β-unsaturated aldehydes and their metabolites as biomarkers” In : “Biomarkers for antioxidant defense and oxidative damage”. Edited by Aldini G, Yeum KJ, Niki E and R. M. Russell RM, Wiley-Blackwell. Pp: 117-134.