Marie Alexandra Albaret

Marie Alexandra Albaret
Centre Léon Bérard · Department of Translational Research

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Introduction Epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition (EMT) is associated with tumor aggressiveness, drug resistance, and poor survival in non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) and other cancers. The identification of immune-checkpoint ligands (ICPLs) associated with NSCLCs that display a mesenchymal phenotype (mNSCLC) could help to define subgroups of pa...
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Mechanisms of drug-tolerance remain poorly understood and have been linked to genomic but also to non-genomic processes. 5-fluorouracil (5-FU), the most widely used chemotherapy in oncology is associated with resistance. While prescribed as an inhibitor of DNA replication, 5-FU alters all RNA pathways. Here, we show that 5-FU treatment leads to the...
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Keratin 8 (K8) expressed at the surface of cancer cells, referred as externalized K8 (eK8), has been observed in a variety of carcinoma cell lines. K8 has been previously reported to be expressed in poorly differentiated head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC); however, its role during the invasive phase of upper aerodigestive tract tumorigen...
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Partial response to chemotherapy leads to disease resurgence. Upon treatment, a subpopulation of cancer cells, called drug-tolerant persistent cells, display a transitory drug tolerance that lead to treatment resistance. Though drug-tolerance mechanisms remain poorly known, they have been linked to non-genomic processes, including epigenetics, stem...
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Accumulating evidence supports the remarkable presence at the membrane surface of cancer cells of proteins, which are normally expressed in the intracellular compartment. Although these proteins, referred to as externalized proteins, represent a highly promising source of accessible and druggable targets for cancer therapy, the mechanisms via which...
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Oral squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC) is a major cause of cancer-associated morbidity and mortality and may develop from oral premalignant lesions (OPL). An improved molecular classification of OPL may help refining prevention strategies. We identified two main OPL gene-expression subtypes, named immunological and classical, in 86 OPL (discovery data...
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Most head and neck cancers are associated with smoking and alcohol exposure. Smoking and alcohol cessation (ASC) is associated with improved quality of life, cancer therapy efficacy, decreased treatment-related and cardiovascular risks, and is expected to decrease the risk of second primary tumor. It is therefore a high priority in the plan of care...
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Accumulating evidence suggests the unusual presence of proteins at the external leaflet of plasma membrane of cancer cells while, in normal cells, these proteins are expressed in the intracellular compartments. They lack transmembrane domains and signal sequences that allow delivery to the plasma membrane and their role is not fully understood. As...
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Ribosomes are specialized entities that participate in regulation of gene expression through their rRNAs carrying ribozyme activity. Ribosome biogenesis is overactivated in p53-inactivated cancer cells, although involvement of p53 on ribosome quality is unknown. Here, we show that p53 represses expression of the rRNA methyl-transferase fibrillarin...
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Nucleoli are now recognized as multi-functional nuclear domains involved in several fundamental cell processes such as ribosome biogenesis, regulation of the assembly of non-ribosomal ribonucleoprotein complexes, tRNA maturation, sequestration of protein, viral infection, and cellular ageing. Extensive proteomic analyses of these nucleolar domains...
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The ribosome is the central effector of protein synthesis, and its synthesis is intimately coordinated with that of proteins. At present, the most documented way to modulate ribosome biogenesis involves control of rDNA transcription by RNA polymerase I (RNA Pol I). Here we show that after infection of human cells with herpes simplex virus type 1 (H...

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