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 Leonard de Vinci (c. 1489) Crâne humain
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Vandaele, S. 1987. Étude de la structure et de la localisation du canal calcium dépendant du potentiel à l’aide d’anticorps monoclonaux (Direction : Michel Lazdunski). http://www.theses.fr/1987NICE4137.
Bernard, B., Robinson, S.M., Vandaele, S., Mansbridge, J., and Darmon, M. 1985. Abnormal maturation pathways of keratinocytes in psoriatic skin. British Journal of Dermatology 112, 647–650.
Hosey, M.M., Barhanin, J., Schmid, A., et al. 1988. Voltage sensitive ion channels: modulation by neurotransmitters and drugs. In: G. et al. Biggio, ed., Symposia in Neuroscience, Fidia Research Series, Vol. 6. Liviana Press-Springer Verlag, 25–33.
Vandaele, S., Fosset, M., Galizzi, J.-P., and Lazdunski, M. 1987. Monoclonal antibodies that coimmunoprecipitate the 1,4-dihydropyridine and phenylalkylamine receptors and reveal the Ca2+ channel structure. Biochemistry 26, 1, 5–9.
Cooper, C.L., Vandaele, S., Barhanin, J., Fosset, M., Lazdunski, M., and Hosey, M.M. 1987. Purification and characterization of the dihydropyridine-sensitive voltage-dependent calcium channel from cardiac tissue. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 262, 2, 509–512.
Hosey, M.M., Barhanin, J., Schmid, A., et al. 1987. Photoaffinity labelling and phosphorylation of a 165 kilodalton peptide associated with dihydropyridine and phenylalkylamine-sensitive calcium channels. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 147, 3, 1137–1145.
Eddé, B., Vandaele, S., Darmon, M., and Soubiran, P. 1988. Human serum reacting specifically with a subset of β-tubulin isoforms. Biology of the Cell 62, 157–164.
Vandaele, S., Nordquist, D.T., Feddersen, R.M., Tretjakoff, I., and Peterson, A.C. 1991. Purkinje cell protein-2 regulatory regions and transgene expression in cerebellar compartments. Genes and Development 5, 1136–1148.
Robitaille, R., Bourque, M.-J., and Vandaele, S. 1996. Localization of L-type Ca2+ channels at perisynaptic glial cells of the frog neuromuscular junction. Journal of Neuroscience 16, 1, 148–158.
Toutant, M., Gabrion, J., Vandaele, S., et al. 1990. Cellular distribution and biochemical characterization of G proteins in skeletal muscle: comparative location with voltage-dependent calcium channels. The EMBO journal 9, 2, 363–369.
Pierret, P., Quenneville, N., Vandaele, S., et al. 1998. Trophic and tropic effects of striatal astrocytes on cografted mesencephalic dopamine neurons and their axons. Journal of Neuroscience Research 51, 1, 23–40.
Vandaele, S. and Rieger, F. 1994. Co-localization of 1,4-dihydropyridine receptor α2/δ subunit and N-CAM during early myogenesis in vitro. Journal of Cell Science 107, 5, 1217–1227.
Vandaele, S. and Reader, T.A. 1994. Ca2+-sensitive and insensitive $ømega$-conotoxin GVIA binding sites in rat brain. NeuroReport 5, 9, 1121–1124.
Barhanin, J., Fosset, M., Hosey, M.M., et al. 1988. Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology of Ca2+ Channels and Ca2+-Channel Blockers. In: The calcium channel: structure, function and implications. Morad M., Berlin, Heidelberg, 159–167.
Fosset, M., Vandaele, S., Galizzi, J.-P., Barhanin, J., and Lazdunski, M. 1989. Monoclonal Antibodies That Coimmunoprecipitate the 1,4-Dihydropyridine and Phenylalkylamine Receptors and Reveal the Ca2+ Channel Structure. In: G. Fiskum, ed., Physiology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, and Clinical Implications - Vol. 6. Plenum Publishing Corporation, 47–56.
Lazdunski, M., Barhanin, J., Borsotto, M., et al. 1988. Molecular properties of structure and regulation of the calcium channel. In: Annals of the New York Academy of Science. 134–149.
Barhanin, J., Borsotto, M., Coppola, T., et al. 1989. Biochemistry, Molecular Pharmacology, and Functional Control of Ca2+ Channels. In: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 15–26.