Philippe Fort
Philippe Fort
Directeur de Recherche CNRS Montpellier
Verified email at crbm.cnrs.fr
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Various rat adult tissues express only one major mRNA species from the glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate-dehydrogenase multigenic family
P Fort, L Marty, M Piechaczyk, SE Sabrouty, C Dani, P Jeanteur, ...
Nucleic Acids Research 13 (5), 1431-1442, 1985
22601985
Post-transcriptional regulation of glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate-dehydrogenase gene expression in rat tissues
M Piechaczyk, JM Blanchard, L Marty, C Dani, F Panabieres, ...
Nucleic Acids Research 12 (18), 6951-6963, 1984
5281984
Insecticide resistance in mosquito vectors
M Weill, G Lutfalla, K Mogensen, F Chandre, A Berthomieu, C Berticat, ...
Nature 423 (6936), 136-137, 2003
5102003
Evolution of the Rho family of ras-like GTPases in eukaryotes
A Boureux, E Vignal, S Faure, P Fort
Molecular biology and evolution 24 (1), 203-216, 2007
5062007
Worldwide migration of amplified insecticide resistance genes in mosquitoes
M Raymond, A Callaghan, P Fort, N Pasteur
Nature 350 (6314), 151-153, 1991
3711991
A novel acetylcholinesterase gene in mosquitoes codes for the insecticide target and is non–homologous to the ace gene Drosophila
M Weill, P Fort, A Berthomieu, MP Dubois, N Pasteur, M Raymond
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
3152002
Regulation of c-fos gene expression in hamster fibroblasts: initiation and elongation of transcription and mRNA degradation
P Fort, J Rech, A Vie, M Piechaczyk, A Bonnieu, P Jeanteur, ...
Nucleic acids research 15 (14), 5657-5667, 1987
2371987
S26 ribosomal protein RNA: an invariant control for gene regulation experiments in eucaryotic cells and tissues.
S Vincent, L Marty, P Fort
Nucleic Acids Research 21 (6), 1498, 1993
2041993
RhoG GTPase controls a pathway that independently activates Rac1 and Cdc42Hs
C Gauthier-Rouvière, E Vignal, M Mériane, P Roux, P Montcourier, P Fort
Molecular biology of the cell 9 (6), 1379-1394, 1998
2001998
TrioGEF1 controls Rac-and Cdc42-dependent cell structures through the direct activation of rhoG
A Blangy, E Vignal, S Schmidt, A Debant, C Gauthier-Rouviere, P Fort
Journal of Cell Science 113 (4), 729-739, 2000
1982000
The Human Rho-GEF trio and its target GTPase RhoG are involved in the NGF pathway, leading to neurite outgrowth
S Estrach, S Schmidt, S Diriong, A Penna, A Blangy, P Fort, A Debant
Current biology 12 (4), 307-312, 2002
1762002
Growth-regulated expression of rhoG, a new member of the ras homolog gene family
S Vincent, P Jeanteur, P Fort
Molecular and cellular biology 12 (7), 3138-3148, 1992
1681992
Sequence of a human immunoglobulin gamma 3 heavy chain constant region gene: comparison with the other human C γ genes
S Huck, P Fort, DH Crawford, MP Lefranc, G Lefranc
Nucleic acids research 14 (4), 1779-1789, 1986
1601986
Characterization of TCL, a New GTPase of the Rho Family related to TC10 and Cdc42* 210
E Vignal, M De Toledo, F Comunale, A Ladopoulou, C Gauthier-Rouvière, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 275 (46), 36457-36464, 2000
1532000
A fluorescent reporter gene as a marker for ventricular specification in ES-derived cardiac cells
N Meyer, M Jaconi, A Landopoulou, P Fort, M Pucéat
FEBS letters 478 (1-2), 151-158, 2000
1502000
Nucleotide sequence of sporulation locus spoIIA in Bacillus subtilis
P Fort, PJ Piggot
Microbiology 130 (8), 2147-2153, 1984
1411984
Rho family GTPases control entry of Shigella flexneri into epithelial cells but not intracellular motility
J Mounier, V Laurent, A Hall, P Fort, MF Carlier, PJ Sansonetti, C Egile
Journal of cell science 112 (13), 2069-2080, 1999
1391999
Raf-MEK-Erk cascade in anoikis is controlled by Rac1 and Cdc42 via Akt
O Zugasti, W Rul, P Roux, C Peyssonnaux, A Eychene, TF Franke, P Fort, ...
Molecular and cellular biology 21 (19), 6706-6717, 2001
1362001
The small GTPases Cdc42Hs, Rac1 and RhoG delineate Raf-independent pathways that cooperate to transform NIH3T3 cells
P Roux, C Gauthier-Rouvière, S Doucet-Brutin, P Fort
Current Biology 7 (9), 629-637, 1997
1351997
Rho and Rac exert antagonistic functions on spreading of macrophage-derived multinucleated cells and are not required for actin fiber formation
S Ory, Y Munari-Silem, P Fort, P Jurdic
Journal of cell science 113 (7), 1177-1188, 2000
1292000
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