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This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 36 references in this bibliography folder.

Debec, A, Loppin, B, Zheng, C, Liu, X, and Megraw, TL (2020).
The Enigma of Centriole Loss in the 1182-4 Cell Line.
Cells, 9(5).

Torres-Campana, D, Kimura, S, Orsi, GA, Horard, B, Benoit, G, and Loppin, B (2020).
The Lid/KDM5 histone demethylase complex activates a critical effector of the oocyte-to-zygote transition.
PLoS Genet, 16(3):e1008543.

Horard, B, Sapey-Triomphe, L, Bonnefoy, E, and Loppin, B (2018).
ASF1 is required to load histones on the HIRA complex in preparation of paternal chromatin assembly at fertilization.
Epigenetics Chromatin, 11(1):19.

Lin, C, Hu, F, Dubruille, R, Vedanayagam, J, Wen, J, Smibert, P, Loppin, B, and Lai, EC (2018).
The hpRNA/RNAi Pathway Is Essential to Resolve Intragenomic Conflict in the Drosophila Male Germline.
Dev Cell, 46(3):316-326.e5.

Horard, B and Loppin, B (2017).
[Fertilization: the spermatic nucleus unlocked by an ultra-specialized thioredoxin].
Med Sci (Paris), 33(6-7):585-587.

Helleu, Q, Gerard, PR, Dubruille, R, Ogereau, D, Prud'homme, B, Loppin, B, and Montchamp-Moreau, C (2016).
Rapid evolution of a Y-chromosome heterochromatin protein underlies sex chromosome meiotic drive.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 113(15):4110-5.

Kimura, S and Loppin, B (2016).
The Drosophila chromosomal protein Mst77F is processed to generate an essential component of mature sperm chromatin.
Open Biol, 6(11).

Tirmarche, S, Kimura, S, Dubruille, R, Horard, B, and Loppin, B (2016).
Unlocking sperm chromatin at fertilization requires a dedicated egg thioredoxin in Drosophila.
Nat Commun, 7:13539.

Chen, W, Shih, H, Liu, K, Shih, Z, Chen, L, Tsai, T, Chen, M, Liu, H, Tan, BC, Chen, C, Lee, H, Loppin, B, Ait-Ahmed, O, and Wu, J (2015).
Intellectual disability-associated dBRWD3 regulates gene expression through inhibition of HIRA/YEM-mediated chromatin deposition of histone H3.3.
EMBO Rep, 16(4):528-38.

Dubruille, R and Loppin, B (2015).
Protection of Drosophila chromosome ends through minimal telomere capping.
J Cell Sci, 128(10):1969-81.

Horard, B and Loppin, B (2015).
Histone storage and deposition in the early Drosophila embryo.
Chromosoma, 124(2):163-75.

Kimura, S and Loppin, B (2015).
Two bromodomain proteins functionally interact to recapitulate an essential BRDT-like function in Drosophila spermatocytes.
Open Biol, 5(2):140145.

Loppin, B, Dubruille, R, and Horard, B (2015).
The intimate genetics of Drosophila fertilization.
Open Biol, 5(8).

Delabaere, L, Orsi, GA, Sapey-Triomphe, L, Horard, B, Couble, P, and Loppin, B (2014).
The Spartan ortholog maternal haploid is required for paternal chromosome integrity in the Drosophila zygote.
Curr Biol, 24(19):2281-7.

Tirmarche, S, Kimura, S, Sapey-Triomphe, L, Sullivan, W, Landmann, F, and Loppin, B (2014).
Drosophila protamine-like Mst35Ba and Mst35Bb are required for proper sperm nuclear morphology but are dispensable for male fertility.
G3 (Bethesda), 4(11):2241-5.

Orsi, GA, Algazeery, A, Meyer, RE, Capri, M, Sapey-Triomphe, LM, Horard, B, Gruffat, H, Couble, P, Ait-Ahmed, O, and Loppin, B (2013).
Drosophila Yemanuclein and HIRA cooperate for de novo assembly of H3.3-containing nucleosomes in the male pronucleus.
PLoS Genet, 9(2):e1003285.

Dubruille, R, Marais, GAB, and Loppin, B (2012).
Repeated evolution of testis-specific new genes: the case of telomere-capping genes in Drosophila.
Int J Evol Biol, 2012:708980.

Raychaudhuri, N, Dubruille, R, Orsi, GA, Bagheri, HC, Loppin, B, and Lehner, CF (2012).
Transgenerational propagation and quantitative maintenance of paternal centromeres depends on Cid/Cenp-A presence in Drosophila sperm.
PLoS Biol, 10(12):e1001434.

Schneiderman, JI, Orsi, GA, Hughes, KT, Loppin, B, and Ahmad, K (2012).
Nucleosome-depleted chromatin gaps recruit assembly factors for the H3.3 histone variant.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 109(48):19721-6.

Talbert, PB, Ahmad, K, Almouzni, G, Ausio, J, Berger, F, Bhalla, PL, Bonner, WM, Cande, WZ, Chadwick, BP, Chan, SWL, Cross, GAM, Cui, L, Dimitrov, SI, Doenecke, D, Eirin-Lopez, JM, Gorovsky, MA, Hake, SB, Hamkalo, BA, Holec, S, Jacobsen, SE, Kamieniarz, K, Khochbin, S, Ladurner, AG, Landsman, D, Latham, JA, Loppin, B, Malik, HS, Marzluff, WF, Pehrson, JR, Postberg, J, Schneider, R, Singh, MB, Smith, MM, Thompson, E, Torres-Padilla, M, Tremethick, DJ, Turner, BM, Waterborg, JH, Wollmann, H, Yelagandula, R, Zhu, B, and Henikoff, S (2012).
A unified phylogeny-based nomenclature for histone variants.
Epigenetics Chromatin, 5:7.

Dubruille, R and Loppin, B (2011).
Epigenetic maintenance of telomere identity in Drosophila: buckle up for the sperm ride.
Cell Cycle, 10(7):1037-42.

Dubruille, R, Orsi, GA, Delabaere, L, Cortier, E, Couble, P, Marais, GAB, and Loppin, B (2010).
Specialization of a Drosophila capping protein essential for the protection of sperm telomeres.
Curr Biol, 20(23):2090-9.

Orsi, GA, Joyce, EF, Couble, P, McKim, KS, and Loppin, B (2010).
Drosophila I-R hybrid dysgenesis is associated with catastrophic meiosis and abnormal zygote formation.
J Cell Sci, 123(Pt 20):3515-24.

Landmann, F, Orsi, GA, Loppin, B, and Sullivan, W (2009).
Wolbachia-mediated cytoplasmic incompatibility is associated with impaired histone deposition in the male pronucleus.
PLoS Pathog, 5(3):e1000343.

Loppin, B and Oakey, R (2009).
Genomic imprinting in Singapore. Workshop on Genomic Imprinting.
EMBO Rep, 10(3):222-7.

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