The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Genetics, Gene, Frameshift mutation, Allele and Kartagener Syndrome. She integrates Genetics and STK11 in her studies. Her Frameshift mutation study incorporates themes from Positional cloning, Autosomal dominant trait, Locus heterogeneity, Kinase activity and Loss of heterozygosity.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Autoimmune regulator, Immunology, PHD finger, Zinc finger and Autoimmune polyendocrinopathy in addition to Allele. Her Nonsense mutation study combines topics in areas such as Genetic heterogeneity, Video microscopy and Exon. Her Human genome research includes elements of Chromosome 21, Non-coding RNA and Pseudogene.
Colette Rossier mainly investigates Genetics, Gene, Exon, Molecular biology and Chromosome 21. Her work on Genetics deals in particular with Complementary DNA, Gene mapping, Exon trapping, Mutation and Allele. Her Exon research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Chromosomal region, Cosmid and Candidate gene.
The Molecular biology study combines topics in areas such as RNA, Cilium, Endoplasmic reticulum and Transcription. Her Chromosome 21 research includes themes of Chromosome 22, Genome and Sequence analysis. Colette Rossier interconnects ENCODE and Pseudogene in the investigation of issues within Human genome.
Her main research concerns Genetics, Gene, Mutation, Allele and Missense mutation. Her Genetics study frequently involves adjacent topics like Molecular biology. Her study in the fields of Chromosome 21 and Molecular analysis under the domain of Gene overlaps with other disciplines such as Hemostasis, Factor V and Vascular biology.
Within one scientific family, Colette Rossier focuses on topics pertaining to Genome under Chromosome 21, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Gene mapping. Her Allele study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Genetic counseling, Tumor suppressor gene, Peutz–Jeghers syndrome and Genotype. Her studies in Missense mutation integrate themes in fields like Cancer research, Non syndromic, Mutation and RUNX1.
Colette Rossier mainly focuses on Genetics, Human genome, Gene, Genome and Chromosome 21. Chromosome 7, RUNX1 and RefSeq are among the areas of Genetics where she concentrates her study. Her Chromosome 7 study incorporates themes from Nonsense mutation, Genetic heterogeneity, Allele and Exon.
She has included themes like Carcinogenesis, Mutation, Point mutation, Frameshift mutation and Haploinsufficiency in her RUNX1 study. Her RefSeq study combines topics in areas such as GENCODE, Computational biology, Pseudogene and Coding region. Her Gene research focuses on Non-coding RNA in particular.
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Uncoupling protein‐3: a new member of the mitochondrial carrier family with tissue‐specific expression
Olivier Boss;Sonia Samec;Ariane Paoloni-Giacobino;Colette Rossier.
FEBS Letters (1997)
GENCODE: producing a reference annotation for ENCODE
Jennifer Harrow;Adam Frankish;Alexandre Reymond;Alexandre Reymond.
Genome Biology (2006)
In vitro analyses of known and novel RUNX1/AML1 mutations in dominant familial platelet disorder with predisposition to acute myelogenous leukemia: implications for mechanisms of pathogenesis
Joëlle Michaud;Feng Wu;Motomi Osato;Gregory M. Cottles.
Dodecamer repeat expansion in cystatin B gene in progressive myoclonus epilepsy
Maria D. Lalioti;Hamish S. Scott;Catherine Buresi;Colette Rossier.
Mutations in the DNAH11 (axonemal heavy chain dynein type 11) gene cause one form of situs inversus totalis and most likely primary ciliary dyskinesia
Lucia Bartoloni;Jean-Louis Blouin;Yanzhen Pan;Corinne Gehrig.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2002)
Evolutionary discrimination of mammalian conserved non-genic sequences (CNGs)
Emmanouil T. Dermitzakis;Alexandre Reymond;Nathalie Scamuffa;Catherine Ucla.
Cloning of the TMPRSS2 gene, which encodes a novel serine protease with transmembrane, LDLRA, and SRCR domains and maps to 21q22.3
Ariane Paoloni-Giacobino;Haiming Chen;Manuel C. Peitsch;Colette Rossier.
Insertion of β-satellite repeats identifies a transmembrane protease causing both congenital and childhood onset autosomal recessive deafness
Hamish S. Scott;Hamish S. Scott;Jun Kudoh;Marie Wattenhofer;Kazunori Shibuya.
Nature Genetics (2001)
Loss of LKB1 Kinase Activity in Peutz-Jeghers Syndrome, and Evidence for Allelic and Locus Heterogeneity
Hamid Mehenni;Corinne Gehrig;Jun-ichi Nezu;Asuka Oku.
American Journal of Human Genetics (1998)
Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia Associated With Normal Axoneme Ultrastructure Is Caused by DNAH11 Mutations
Georg C. Schwabe;Katrin Hoffmann;Niki Tomas Loges;Daniel Birker.
Human Mutation (2008)
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