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There are 107 references in this bibliography folder.

Hermanson, E, Joseph, B, Castro, D, Lindqvist, E, Aarnisalo, P, Wallen, A, Benoit, G, Hengerer, B, Olson, L, and Perlmann, T (2003).
Nurr1 regulates dopamine synthesis and storage in MN9D dopamine cells.
Exp Cell Res, 288(2):324-34.

Joseph, B, Wallen-Mackenzie, A, Benoit, G, Murata, T, Joodmardi, E, Okret, S, and Perlmann, T (2003).
p57(Kip2) cooperates with Nurr1 in developing dopamine cells.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 100(26):15619-24.

Wang, Z, Benoit, G, Liu, J, Prasad, S, Aarnisalo, P, Liu, X, Xu, H, Walker, NPC, and Perlmann, T (2003).
Structure and function of Nurr1 identifies a class of ligand-independent nuclear receptors.
Nature, 423(6939):555-60.

Becquet, C, Blachon, S, Jeudy, B, Boulicaut, J, and Gandrillon, O (2002).
Strong-association-rule mining for large-scale gene-expression data analysis: a case study on human SAGE data.
Genome Biol, 3(12):RESEARCH0067.

Gandrillon, O (2002).
The v-erbA oncogene. Assessing its differentiation-blocking ability using normal chicken erythrocytic progenitor cells.
Methods Mol Biol, 202:91-107.

Mey, A, Gandrillon, O, McNagny, KM, Clegg, DO, and Samarut, J (2002).
The v-erbA oncogene blocks expression of alpha2/beta1 integrin a normal inhibitor of erythroid progenitor proliferation.
Oncogene, 21(18):2864-72.

Benoit, G, Roussel, M, Pendino, F, Segal-Bendirdjian, E, and Lanotte, M (2001).
Orchestration of multiple arrays of signal cross-talk and combinatorial interactions for maturation and cell death: another vision of t(15;17) preleukemic blast and APL-cell maturation.
Oncogene, 20(49):7161-77.

Benoit, GR, Flexor, M, Besancon, F, Altucci, L, Rossin, A, Hillion, J, Balajthy, Z, Legres, L, Segal-Bendirdjian, E, Gronemeyer, H, and Lanotte, M (2001).
Autonomous rexinoid death signaling is suppressed by converging signaling pathways in immature leukemia cells.
Mol Endocrinol, 15(7):1154-69.

Benoit, GR, Tong, JH, Balajthy, Z, and Lanotte, M (2001).
Exploring (novel) gene expression during retinoid-induced maturation and cell death of acute promyelocytic leukemia.
Semin Hematol, 38(1):71-85.

Braliou, GG, Ciana, P, Klaassen, W, Gandrillon, O, and Stunnenberg, HG (2001).
The v-ErbA oncoprotein quenches the activity of an erythroid-specific enhancer.
Oncogene, 20(7):775-87.

Idres, N, Benoit, G, Flexor, MA, Lanotte, M, and Chabot, GG (2001).
Granulocytic differentiation of human NB4 promyelocytic leukemia cells induced by all-trans retinoic acid metabolites.
Cancer Res, 61(2):700-5.

Zhu, J, Heyworth, CM, Glasow, A, Huang, QH, Petrie, K, Lanotte, M, Benoit, G, Gallagher, R, Waxman, S, Enver, T, and Zelent, A (2001).
Lineage restriction of the RARalpha gene expression in myeloid differentiation.
Blood, 98(8):2563-7.

Duprez, E, Benoit, G, Flexor, M, Lillehaug, JR, and Lanotte, M (2000).
A mutated PML/RARA found in the retinoid maturation resistant NB4 subclone, NB4-R2, blocks RARA and wild-type PML/RARA transcriptional activities.
Leukemia, 14(2):255-61.

Tong, JH, Fant, X, Benoit, G, Chen, SJ, Chen, Z, and Lanotte, M (2000).
Genomic organization of the JEM-1 (BLZF1) gene on human chromosome 1q24: molecular cloning and analysis of its promoter region.
Genomics, 69(3):380-90.

Benoit, G, Altucci, L, Flexor, M, Ruchaud, S, Lillehaug, J, Raffelsberger, W, Gronemeyer, H, and Lanotte, M (1999).
RAR-independent RXR signaling induces t(15;17) leukemia cell maturation.
EMBO J, 18(24):7011-8.

Gandrillon, O, Schmidt, U, Beug, H, and Samarut, J (1999).
TGF-beta cooperates with TGF-alpha to induce the self-renewal of normal erythrocytic progenitors: evidence for an autocrine mechanism.
EMBO J, 18(10):2764-81.

Gandrillon, O and Samarut, J (1998).
Role of the different RAR isoforms in controlling the erythrocytic differentiation sequence. Interference with the v-erbA and p135gag-myb-ets nuclear oncogenes.
Oncogene, 16(5):563-74.

Gianni, M, Koken, MH, Chelbi-Alix, MK, Benoit, G, Lanotte, M, Chen, Z, and de The, H (1998).
Combined arsenic and retinoic acid treatment enhances differentiation and apoptosis in arsenic-resistant NB4 cells.
Blood, 91(11):4300-10.

Tong, JH, Fant, X, Duprez, E, Benoit, G, Uphoff, CC, Drexler, HG, Pla, JC, Lofvenberg, E, and Lanotte, M (1998).
Expression patterns of the JEM-1 gene in normal and tumor cells: ubiquity contrasting with a faint, but retinoid-induced, mRNA expression in promyelocytic NB4 cells.
Leukemia, 12(11):1733-40.

Gandrillon, O, Guilhot-Cleuziat, C, and Samarut, J (1996).
Role of the various isoforms of retinoic acid receptors during the final commitment step of the erythrocytic differentiation sequence in the chicken.
Int J Dev Biol, Suppl 1:111S-112S.

Gandrillon, O, Solari, F, Legrand, C, Jurdic, P, and Samarut, J (1996).
A rapid and convenient method to prepare DIG-labelled RNA probes for use in non-radioactive in situ hybridization.
Mol Cell Probes, 10(1):51-5.

Rascle, A, Ferrand, N, Gandrillon, O, and Samarut, J (1996).
Myb-Ets fusion oncoprotein inhibits thyroid hormone receptor/c-ErbA and retinoic acid receptor functions: a novel mechanism of action for leukemogenic transformation by E26 avian retrovirus.
Mol Cell Biol, 16(11):6338-51.

Bruel, A, Benoit, G, De Nay, D, Brown, S, and Lanotte, M (1995).
Distinct apoptotic responses in maturation sensitive and resistant t(15;17) acute promyelocytic leukemia NB4 cells. 9-cis retinoic acid induces apoptosis independent of maturation and Bcl-2 expression.
Leukemia, 9(7):1173-84.

Gandrillon, O, Rascle, A, and Samarut, J (1995).
The v-erba oncogene - a superb tool for dissecting the involvement of nuclear hormone receptors in differentiation and neoplasia (review).
Int J Oncol, 6(1):215-31.

Woods, C, Domenget, C, Solari, F, Gandrillon, O, Lazarides, E, and Jurdic, P (1995).
Antagonistic role of vitamin D3 and retinoic acid on the differentiation of chicken hematopoietic macrophages into osteoclast precursor cells.
Endocrinology, 136(1):85-95.

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