His scientific interests lie mostly in Lactoferrin, Biochemistry, Receptor, Transferrin and Molecular biology. His Lactoferrin research includes elements of Innate immune system, Immune system, Antigen, Glycoprotein and Cell biology. His Biochemistry and Lactotransferrin and CD14 investigations all form part of his Biochemistry research activities.
His research integrates issues of Stimulation and Thymidine in his study of Receptor. His Transferrin research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Binding site and Protein secondary structure. His Molecular biology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Jurkat cells, Endocytosis, Chinese hamster ovary cell and Cell membrane.
Joël Mazurier mostly deals with Biochemistry, Lactotransferrin, Lactoferrin, Transferrin and Molecular biology. His research combines Cell biology and Biochemistry. His work carried out in the field of Lactotransferrin brings together such families of science as Receptor, Peptide sequence, Cyanogen bromide and Stereochemistry.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Lipopolysaccharide, Immune system, Immunity, Immunology and Antigen in addition to Lactoferrin. His work is dedicated to discovering how Transferrin, Glycoprotein are connected with Microbiology and other disciplines. His Molecular biology research includes themes of Cell culture, Binding protein, Transcription factor and Jurkat cells.
Joël Mazurier mainly investigates Receptor, Cell biology, Nanotechnology, Biochemistry and Nucleolin. The concepts of his Receptor study are interwoven with issues in In vitro and Immune system, Antigen, Immunology, Galectin. His study in the field of MAPK/ERK pathway and Signal transduction also crosses realms of Cytosol and Tunicamycin.
Molecular biology is closely connected to Syndecan 1 in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Signal transduction. Joël Mazurier usually deals with Molecular biology and limits it to topics linked to Promoter and Gene isoform. His study on Binding site, Glycolipid and Pattern recognition receptor is often connected to Surface plasmon resonance and Isozyme as part of broader study in Biochemistry.
His primary areas of investigation include Innate immune system, Lactoferrin, Receptor, Signal transduction and In vivo. His study in Innate immune system is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Transferrin, Antimicrobial, Microbiology and Glycoprotein. His Antimicrobial research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Biological fluids, Structure–activity relationship and Bacteria.
His Receptor research integrates issues from Molecular biology, Cell adhesion and MAPK/ERK pathway. His Signal transduction study is related to the wider topic of Cell biology. His In vivo research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Immune system, Immunity, Immunology, Antigen and Bone growth.
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Human lactotransferrin: amino acid sequence and structural comparisons with other transferrins
Marie-Helene Metz-Boutigue;Jacqueline Jolles;Joel Mazurier;FranGoise Schoentgen.
FEBS Journal (1984)
Cellular and molecular mechanisms of senescent erythrocyte phagocytosis by macrophages. A review
D. Bratosin;J. Mazurier;J.P. Tissier;J. Estaquier.
Lactoferrin: a multifunctional glycoprotein involved in the modulation of the inflammatory process
Sophie Baveye;Elisabeth Elass;Joël Mazurier;Geneviève Spik.
Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (1999)
Lactoferrin structure and functions.
Dominique Legrand;Annick Pierce;Elisabeth Elass;Mathieu Carpentier.
Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology (2008)
Surface nucleolin participates in both the binding and endocytosis of lactoferrin in target cells.
Dominique Legrand;Keveen Vigié;Elias A. Said;Elisabeth Elass.
FEBS Journal (2004)
Lactoferrin and host defence: an overview of its immuno-modulating and anti-inflammatory properties.
Dominique Legrand;Elisabeth Elass;Annick Pierce;Joël Mazurier.
Iron binding proteins and influx of irom across the duodenal brush border: Evidence for specific lactotransferrin receptors in the human intestine
Timothy M. Cox;Jöel Mazurier;Geneviève Spik;Jean Montreul.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (1979)
Lactoferrin Inhibits the Endotoxin Interaction with CD14 by Competition with the Lipopolysaccharide-Binding Protein
Elisabeth Elass-Rochard;Dominique Legrand;Valerie Salmon;Anca Roseanu.
Infection and Immunity (1998)
Expression of human lactotransferrin receptors in phytohemagglutinin-stimulated human peripheral blood lymphocytes. Isolation of the receptors by antiligand-affinity chromatography
Joël Mazurier;Dominique Legrand;Wei Li Hu;Jean Montreuil.
FEBS Journal (1989)
A critical review of the roles of host lactoferrin in immunity
Dominique Legrand;Joël Mazurier.
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