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Prof. Josette Perrier's picture
AMU iSm2 Service 342
Campus Scientifique de St Jérôme
Marseille cedex 20

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Publications (5)
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The Food-Associated Ribotoxin Deoxynivalenol Modulates Inducible NO Synthase in Human Intestinal Cell Model

Fabien Graziani, Ange Pujol, Cendrine Nicoletti, Philippe Pinton, Loriane Armand, Eric Di Pasquale, Isabelle P. Oswald, Josette Perrier, Marc Maresca, Toxicological Sciences, 2015, 145, 372 - 382. <hal-01475400>
Deoxynivalenol inhibits the expression by goblet cells of intestinal mucins through a PKR and MAP kinase dependent repression of the resistin-like molecule β

Philippe Pinton, Fabien Graziani, Ange Pujol, Cendrine Nicoletti, Océane Paris, Pauline Ernouf, Eric Di Pasquale, Josette Perrier, Isabelle P. Oswald, Marc Maresca, Molecular Nutrition & Food Research, 2015, 59, 1076 - 1087. <hal-01475393>
Aminoacylase 1-catalysed deacetylation of bioactives epoxides mycotoxin-derived mercapturates; 3,4-epoxyprecocenes as models of cytotoxic epoxides

Pierre Stocker, Jean Michel Brunel, Leandro Rezende, Antonia Tavares-Do Amaral, Xavier Morelli, Phillipe Roche, Nicolas Vidal, Thierry Giardina, Josette Perrier, Biochimie, 2012, 94, 1668--1675. <hal-01460427>
Catabolism of intracellular N-terminal acetylated proteins : involvement of acylpeptide hydrolase and acylase.

J. Perrier, A. Durand, T. Giardina and A. Puigserver (2005). Biochimie 87, 673-685.
Site-directed mutagenesis and molecular modelling studies show the role of Asp 82 and cysteines in rat acylase 1. a member of the M20 family.

S. Herga, A. Brutus, R.M. Vitale, H. Miche, J. Perrier, A. Puigserver, A. Scaloni and T. Giardina (2005). Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 330, 540-546.