MASSÉ, Karine

Institution: Bordeaux University; France

Laboratory/Department: Neurodegenerative Disease Institute, CNRS UMR 5293

Position: Associate Professor of Developmental and Cell Biology

Research topic: Functions of the purinergic signaling during vertebrate embryogenesis and neurogenesis.

Methodologies: molecular biology, in vivo functional analysis (gain and loss of function),

3 significant publications:

  • Tocco A., Pinson B., Thiébaud , Thézé N., Massé K. (2015). Comparative genomic and expression analysis of the adenosine signalling pathway members in Xenopus. Purinergic Signaling, 11, 59-77.
  • Massé K., N. Dale Massé K. and Dale N. (20112) Purines as potential morphogens during embryonic development. Purinergic Signaling 8(3): p. 503-21
  • Massé K., Bhamra S., Eason R., Dale N., Jones E.A (2007) Purinergic signalling triggers eye development. Nature 449, 1058-62.

Participation in the EMN-Online teaching:

S3 – Cell communication and plasticity

 
  • Partners

  • partner_idex
    Excellence Initiative of the University of Bordeaux
  • partner_erasmus
    Erasmus+ Programme
  • partner_mns
    Mediterranean Neuroscience Society
  • partner_ibro
    International Brain Research Organization