Sandrine Humbert spends much of her time researching Huntingtin, Cell biology, Huntingtin Protein, Dynactin and Dynein. Huntingtin is a primary field of her research addressed under Huntington's disease. Sandrine Humbert has researched Cell biology in several fields, including Arp2/3 complex, Actin cytoskeleton and Cytoskeleton.
Her study with Huntingtin Protein involves better knowledge in Genetics. Her study in Dynein is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Gene silencing, Mitosis and Neuroblast. She interconnects Neurodegeneration and Neuroprotection in the investigation of issues within Phosphorylation.
Sandrine Humbert mostly deals with Huntingtin, Cell biology, Huntingtin Protein, Neuroscience and Huntington's disease. The various areas that Sandrine Humbert examines in her Huntingtin study include Cancer research, Neurodegeneration and Phosphorylation. Her Cell biology study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Biochemistry.
Her Huntingtin Protein research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Molecular biology, Gene silencing, Cancer and Neuroprotection. Her Neuroscience study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Disease and Anxiety. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Endocrinology, Mutant and Trinucleotide repeat expansion.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Huntingtin, Disease, Cell biology, Neuroscience and Neurodegeneration. Her study in the field of Huntingtin Protein also crosses realms of Context. Her Disease study incorporates themes from Mutation, Allele, Bioinformatics and Somatic cell.
The Cell biology study combines topics in areas such as Synapse and Induced pluripotent stem cell. Her Neuroscience research includes elements of Cadherin and Transition. Her work carried out in the field of Neurodegeneration brings together such families of science as Gene silencing, Transcriptional regulation, Neuroprotection and Kinase activity.
Her primary scientific interests are in Huntingtin, Huntingtin Protein, Neuroscience, Disease and Mutation. Her studies in Huntingtin integrate themes in fields like Neuronal migration, Cortical neurons, Nuclear protein and Phosphorylation. Her research integrates issues of Transgene, Serine, Neurodegeneration, Molecular biology and Toxicity in her study of Huntingtin Protein.
Her Neuroscience research incorporates themes from Cadherin, Transition and Embryogenesis. Her Disease research integrates issues from Genetics, Gene and Function. Her Mutation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ciliogenesis, Huntington's disease and Degenerative disease.
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Huntingtin Controls Neurotrophic Support and Survival of Neurons by Enhancing BDNF Vesicular Transport along Microtubules
Laurent R Gauthier;Bénédicte C Charrin;Maria Borrell-Pagès;Jim P Dompierre.
DNA repair helicase: a component of BTF2 (TFIIH) basic transcription factor
Laurent Schaeffer;Richard Roy;Sandrine Humbert;Vincent Moncollin.
Histone Deacetylase 6 Inhibition Compensates for the Transport Deficit in Huntington's Disease by Increasing Tubulin Acetylation
Jim P. Dompierre;Juliette D. Godin;Bénédicte C. Charrin;Fabrice P. Cordelières.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2007)
The Biology of Huntingtin
Frédéric Saudou;Frédéric Saudou;Sandrine Humbert;Sandrine Humbert.
The IGF-1/Akt Pathway Is Neuroprotective in Huntington's Disease and Involves Huntingtin Phosphorylation by Akt
Sandrine Humbert;Elzbieta A. Bryson;Fabrice P. Cordelières;Nathan C. Connors.
Developmental Cell (2002)
p35 and p39 Are Essential for Cyclin-Dependent Kinase 5 Function during Neurodevelopment
Jane Ko;Sandrine Humbert;Roderick T. Bronson;Satoru Takahashi.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2001)
Cables Links Cdk5 and c-Abl and Facilitates Cdk5 Tyrosine Phosphorylation, Kinase Upregulation, and Neurite Outgrowth
Lawrence R. Zukerberg;Gentry N. Patrick;Margareta Nikolic;Sandrine Humbert.
Huntingtin phosphorylation acts as a molecular switch for anterograde/retrograde transport in neurons
Emilie Colin;Diana Zala;Diana Zala;Géraldine Liot;Géraldine Liot;Hélène Rangone;Hélène Rangone.
The EMBO Journal (2008)
Huntingtin Is Required for Mitotic Spindle Orientation and Mammalian Neurogenesis
Juliette D. Godin;Kelly Colombo;Kelly Colombo;Kelly Colombo;Maria Molina-Calavita;Maria Molina-Calavita;Maria Molina-Calavita;Guy Keryer;Guy Keryer;Guy Keryer.
Huntington's disease: from huntingtin function and dysfunction to therapeutic strategies.
M Borrell-Pagès;M Borrell-Pagès;D Zala;S Humbert;F Saudou.
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences (2006)
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