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Cristobal Monraz

Cristobal Monraz
Institut Curie · Département de Bioinformatique et Biologie des systèmes

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The processes leading to, or avoiding cell death are widely studied, because of their frequent perturbation in various diseases. Cell death occurs in three highly interconnected steps: Initiation, signaling and execution. We used a systems biology approach to gather information about all known modes of regulated cell death (RCD). Based on the exper...
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ACSN (https://acsn.curie.fr) is a web-based resource of multi-scale biological maps depicting molecular processes in cancer cell and tumor microenvironment. The core of the Atlas is a set of interconnected cancer-related signaling and metabolic network maps. Molecular mechanisms are depicted on the maps at the level of biochemical interactions, for...
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PRL-3 belongs to the PRL phosphatase family. Its physiological role remains unclear, but many studies have identified that PRL-3 is a marker of cancer progression and shown it to be associated with metastasis. Evidence implicating PRL-3 in various elements of the metastatic process, such as the cell cycle, survival, angiogenesis, adhesion, cytoskel...
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Cancer initiation and progression are associated with multiple molecular mechanisms. The knowledge of these mechanisms is expanding and should be converted into guidelines for tackling the disease. Here, we discuss the formalization of biological knowledge into a comprehensive resource: the Atlas of Cancer Signalling Network (ACSN) and the Google M...
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Initiation and progression of cancer involve multiple molecular mechanisms. The knowledge on these mechanisms is expanding and should be converted into guidelines for tackling the disease. We discuss here formalization of biological knowledge into a comprehensive resource Atlas of Cancer Signalling Network (ACSN) and Google Maps-based tool NaviCell...
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Aims: Grey literature covers all reports from public research institutes, which are not peerreviewed scientific papers. The aim of this article is to explore the amount and extent of grey literature in the field of nutrition, health and food safety, the retrievability and the view of several scientists on this matter. Study Design: An explorative d...

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