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Dominique Pantaloni is involved in relevant fields of research such as Thermal fluctuations and Thermal in the field of Thermodynamics. Dominique Pantaloni combines topics linked to Thermodynamics with his work on Thermal. His work on Quantum mechanics is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Thermal fluctuations and Rigidity (electromagnetism). Rigidity (electromagnetism) is closely attributed to Quantum mechanics in his study. His research brings together the fields of GTPase and Cell biology. His research links Cell biology with GTPase. Dominique Pantaloni combines Biophysics and Genetics in his research. Genetics is frequently linked to MDia1 in his study. Dominique Pantaloni undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of MDia1 and Cytoskeleton through his research.
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Reconstitution of actin-based motility of Listeria and Shigella using pure proteins.
Thomas P. Loisel;Rajaa Boujemaa;Dominique Pantaloni;Marie-France Carlier.
Actin Depolymerizing Factor (ADF/Cofilin) Enhances the Rate of Filament Turnover: Implication in Actin-based Motility
Marie-France Carlier;Valérie Laurent;Jérôme Santolini;Ronald Melki.
Journal of Cell Biology (1997)
Mechanism of actin-based motility.
Dominique Pantaloni;Christophe Le Clainche;Marie-France Carlier.
How profilin promotes actin filament assembly in the presence of thymosin β4
Dominique Pantaloni;Marie-France Carlier.
Flexibility of actin filaments derived from thermal fluctuations. Effect of bound nucleotide, phalloidin, and muscle regulatory proteins
Hervé Isambert;Pascal Venier;Anthony C. Maggs;Abdelatif Fattoum.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1995)
Formin Is a Processive Motor that Requires Profilin to Accelerate Actin Assembly and Associated ATP Hydrolysis
Stéphane Romero;Christophe Le Clainche;Dominique Didry;Coumaran Egile.
Activation of the Cdc42 Effector N-Wasp by the Shigella flexneri Icsa Protein Promotes Actin Nucleation by Arp2/3 Complex and Bacterial Actin-Based Motility
Coumaran Egile;Thomas P. Loisel;Valérie Laurent;Rong Li.
Journal of Cell Biology (1999)
Actin polymerization and ATP hydrolysis.
Edward D. Korn;Marie-France Carlier;Dominique Pantaloni.
Control of actin dynamics in cell motility
Marie-France Carlier;Dominique Pantaloni.
Journal of Molecular Biology (1997)
Stathmin: A Tubulin-Sequestering Protein Which Forms a Ternary T2S Complex with Two Tubulin Molecules†
Line Jourdain;Patrick Curmi;André Sobel;Dominique Pantaloni.
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