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There are 21 references in this bibliography folder.

Herbette, M, Mercier, MG, Michal, F, Cluet, D, Burny, C, Yvert, G, Robert, VJ, and Palladino, F (2017).
The C. elegans SET-2/SET1 histone H3 Lys4 (H3K4) methyltransferase preserves genome stability in the germline.
DNA Repair (Amst), 57:139-150.

Klionsky, DJ and al (2016).
Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy (3rd edition).
Autophagy, 12(1):1-222.

Mollereau, B, Rzechorzek, NM, Roussel, BD, Sedru, M, Van den Brink, DM, Bailly-Maitre, B, Palladino, F, Medinas, DB, Domingos, PM, Hunot, S, Chandran, S, Birman, S, Baron, T, Vivien, D, Duarte, CB, Ryoo, HD, Steller, H, Urano, F, Chevet, E, Kroemer, G, Ciechanover, A, Calabrese, EJ, Kaufman, RJ, and Hetz, C (2016).
Adaptive preconditioning in neurological diseases - therapeutic insights from proteostatic perturbations.
Brain Res, 1648(Pt B):603-616.

Marza, E, Taouji, S, Barroso, K, Raymond, A, Guignard, L, Bonneu, M, Pallares-Lupon, N, Dupuy, J, Fernandez-Zapico, ME, Rosenbaum, J, Palladino, F, Dupuy, D, and Chevet, E (2015).
Genome-wide screen identifies a novel p97/CDC-48-dependent pathway regulating ER-stress-induced gene transcription.
EMBO Rep, 16(3):332-40.

Robert, VJ, Garvis, S, and Palladino, F (2015).
Repression of somatic cell fate in the germline.
Cell Mol Life Sci, 72(19):3599-620.

Gonzalez-Aguilera, C, Palladino, F, and Askjaer, P (2014).
C. elegans epigenetic regulation in development and aging.
Brief Funct Genomics, 13(3):223-34.

Guerin, TM, Palladino, F, and Robert, VJ (2014).
Transgenerational functions of small RNA pathways in controlling gene expression in C. elegans.
Epigenetics, 9(1):37-44.

Kozlowski, L, Garvis, S, Bedet, C, and Palladino, F (2014).
The Caenorhabditis elegans HP1 family protein HPL-2 maintains ER homeostasis through the UPR and hormesis.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 111(16):5956-61.

Robert, VJ, Mercier, MG, Bedet, C, Janczarski, S, Merlet, J, Garvis, S, Ciosk, R, and Palladino, F (2014).
The SET-2/SET1 histone H3K4 methyltransferase maintains pluripotency in the Caenorhabditis elegans germline.
Cell Rep, 9(2):443-50.

Juang, B, Gu, C, Starnes, L, Palladino, F, Goga, A, Kennedy, S, and L'Etoile, ND (2013).
Endogenous nuclear RNAi mediates behavioral adaptation to odor.
Cell, 154(5):1010-22.

Studencka, M, Konzer, A, Moneron, G, Wenzel, D, Opitz, L, Salinas-Riester, G, Bedet, C, Kruger, M, Hell, SW, Wisniewski, JR, Schmidt, H, Palladino, F, Schulze, E, and Jedrusik-Bode, M (2012).
Novel roles of Caenorhabditis elegans heterochromatin protein HP1 and linker histone in the regulation of innate immune gene expression.
Mol Cell Biol, 32(2):251-65.

Meister, P, Schott, S, Bedet, C, Xiao, Y, Rohner, S, Bodennec, S, Hudry, B, Molin, L, Solari, F, Gasser, SM, and Palladino, F (2011).
Caenorhabditis elegans Heterochromatin protein 1 (HPL-2) links developmental plasticity, longevity and lipid metabolism.
Genome Biol, 12(12):R123.

Wenzel, D, Palladino, F, and Jedrusik-Bode, M (2011).
Epigenetics in C. elegans: facts and challenges.
Genesis, 49(8):647-61.

Xiao, Y, Bedet, C, Robert, VJP, Simonet, T, Dunkelbarger, S, Rakotomalala, C, Soete, G, Korswagen, HC, Strome, S, and Palladino, F (2011).
Caenorhabditis elegans chromatin-associated proteins SET-2 and ASH-2 are differentially required for histone H3 Lys 4 methylation in embryos and adult germ cells.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 108(20):8305-10.

Grant, J, Verrill, C, Coustham, V, Arneodo, A, Palladino, F, Monier, K, and Khalil, A (2010).
Perinuclear distribution of heterochromatin in developing C. elegans embryos.
Chromosome Res, 18(8):873-85.

Schott, S, Ramos, F, Coustham, V, and Palladino, F (2009).
HPL-2/HP1 prevents inappropriate vulval induction in Caenorhabditis elegans by acting in both HYP7 and vulval precursor cells.
Genetics, 181(2):797-801.

Masse, I, Molin, L, Mouchiroud, L, Vanhems, P, Palladino, F, Billaud, M, and Solari, F (2008).
A novel role for the SMG-1 kinase in lifespan and oxidative stress resistance in Caenorhabditis elegans.
PLoS One, 3(10):e3354.

Simonet, T, Dulermo, R, Schott, S, and Palladino, F (2007).
Antagonistic functions of SET-2/SET1 and HPL/HP1 proteins in C. elegans development.
Dev Biol, 312(1):367-83.

Coustham, V, Bedet, C, Monier, K, Schott, S, Karali, M, and Palladino, F (2006).
The C. elegans HP1 homologue HPL-2 and the LIN-13 zinc finger protein form a complex implicated in vulval development.
Dev Biol, 297(2):308-22.

Schott, S, Coustham, V, Simonet, T, Bedet, C, and Palladino, F (2006).
Unique and redundant functions of C. elegans HP1 proteins in post-embryonic development.
Dev Biol, 298(1):176-87.

Couteau, F, Guerry, F, Muller, F, and Palladino, F (2002).
A heterochromatin protein 1 homologue in Caenorhabditis elegans acts in germline and vulval development.
EMBO Rep, 3(3):235-41.

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