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Autres publications

Dernière mise à jour : jeudi 22 novembre 2012, par Brigitte GAILLARD

Criscuolo F., Monaghan P, Nasir L and Metcalfe NB (2008) Early nutrition and phenotypic development : “catch-up” growth leads to elevated metabolic rate in adulthood. Proc. Roy. Soc. London B., 275 : 1565-1570.

Emre, Y., Hurtaud, C., Bouillaud, F., Ricquier, D. and Criscuolo F (2007) AvianUCP : the killjoy in evolutionary history of uncoupling proteins. Journal of Molecular Evolution, 65 : 392-402.

Bourgeon, S., Raclot, T., Le Maho, Y. Ricquier, D. and Criscuolo, F. Innate immunity, assessed by plasma NO measurements, is not suppressed during the incubation fast in eiders. Developmental and Comparative Immunology, 31(2007) : 720-728.

Emre Y., Hurtaud C., Nubel T., Criscuolo F., Ricquier D. and Cassard-Doulcier A.-M. Mitochondria contribute to LPS-induced MAPK activation via uncoupling protein 2 in macrophages. Biochemical Journal (2006), 402 : 271-278.

Bertrand S., Criscuolo, F., Faivre, B. and Sorci, G. Immune activation increases the susceptibility of oxidative stress in zebra finches. Functional Ecology, 20 (2006) : 1022-1027.

Criscuolo F., Mozo, J., Hurtaud, C., Nübel, T. and Bouillaud, F. UCP2, UCP3, avUCP, what do they do when proton transport is not stimulated ? Possible relevance to pyruvate and glutamine metabolism. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1757 (2006) : 1284-1291.

Phytohemagglutinin response and immunoglobulin index decrease during incubation fasting in female Common Eiders. Physiol Biochem Zool., 79 (2006) : 793-800.

Bourgeon, S., Criscuolo, F., Bertile, F., Raclot, T., Gabrielsen, G. and Massemin, S. Effect of clutch size and incubation stage on nest desertion in the female Common Eider Somateria mollissima nesting in the high Arctic. Polar Biol., 29 (2006) : 358-363. DOI : 10.1007/s00300-005-0064-7

Bourgeon, S., Martinez, J., Criscuolo, F., Le Maho, Y. and Raclot, T. Fasting induced changes of immunological and stress indicators in breeding female eiders. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. (2006) 147 : 336-342.

24. Mozo J., Emre Y., Bouillaud F., Ricquier D. and Criscuolo F. Thermoregulation : what role for UCPs in Mammals and Birds. Biosc. Rep. 25 (2005) : 227-249.. DOI : 10.1007/s10540-005-2887-4

25. Criscuolo F., Gonzalez-Barroso, M.M., Ricquier, D., Le Maho, Y. and Bouillaud, F. Avian uncoupling protein expressed in yeast mitochondria prevents endogenous free radicals damage. Proc. Roy. Soc. London B. 272 (2005) : 803-810.

Criscuolo F., Gonzalez-Barroso, M.M., Bouillaud, F., Ricquier, D., Miroux, B. and Sorci G. Mitochondrial uncoupling proteins : a tool for new perspectives in evolutionary ecology. Am. Nat., 166 (2005) : 686-699.

Haguenauer, A., Raimbault, S., Masscheleyn, S., Gonzalez-Barroso, M., Criscuolo, F., Plamondon, J., Brouillard, F., Miroux, B., Ricquier, D., Richard, D., Bouillaud, F. and Pecqueur, C. A new renal mitochondrial carrier, KMCP1, is up-regulated during tubular cell regeneration and induction of antioxidant enzymes. J. Biol. Chem. (2005) 280 : 22036-22043.

Criscuolo F., Bertile F., Raclot, T., Durant J., Massemin S., Gabrielsen, G.W and Chastel, O. Body mass and clutch size may modulate prolactin and corticosterone levels in eiders. Physiol. Biochem. Zool., 79 (2006) : 514-521.

Criscuolo, F., Chastel, O., Bertile F., Le Maho, Y., Gabrielsen, G.W. and Raclot, T. Corticosterone alone does not trigger a short term behavioural shift in incubating eiders, but does modify long term reproductive success. J. Avian Biol. (2005) 36 : 306-312.

Bertile F, Criscuolo F, Oudart H, Le Maho Y. and Raclot T. Differences in the expression of lipolytic-related genes in rat white adipose tissues. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. (2003) 307(3):540-546.

Bertile, F., Oudart, O., Criscuolo, F., Le maho, Y. and Raclot T. Hypothalamic gene expression in long-term fasted rats : relationship with body fat. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. (2003) 303(4):1106-1113.

Criscuolo, F., Raclot, T., Gabrielsen, G.W. and Le Maho, Y. Do T3 levels in incubating Eiders reflect the cost of incubation among clutch sizes ? Physiol. Biochem. Zool. (2003) 76(2):196-203.

Criscuolo, F., Chastel, O., Gabrielsen, G.W., Lacroix A. and Le Maho, Y. Factors affecting plasma concentrations of prolactin in the Common Eider Somateria mollissima Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 125 (2002) : 399-409.

Criscuolo, F., Gabrielsen, G.W., Gendner, J.P. and Le Maho, Y. Body mass regulation during extended incubation in Common Eider (Somateria mollissima) J. Avian Biol. 33 (2002) : 83-88.

Criscuolo, F., Gauthier-Clerc, M., Y. Le Maho and Gabrielsen, G.W. Brood patch temperature changes in incubating eiders during provocation. Polar Research 20 (2001) : 115-118.

Criscuolo, F. Does blood sampling induce breeding failure in incubating female eider Somateria mollissima ? Marine Ornithology 29 (2001) : 19-22.

Criscuolo, F., Gauthier-Clerc, M., Le Maho, Y. and Gabrielsen, G.W. Sleep changes in incubating female eider somateria mollissima. Ardea 89 (2001) : 441-448.

Criscuolo, F., Gauthier-Clerc, M., Gabrielsen, G.W. and Le Maho, Y. Recess behaviour of incubating female eider Somateria mollissima. Polar Biol. 23 (2000) 8 : 571-574.

Mathis, C., Vogel, E., Cagniard, B., Criscuolo, F. and Ungerer, A. The neurosteroid pregnenolone sulfate blocks deficits induced by a competitivz NMDA antagonist in active avoidance and lever-press leading tasks in mice. Neuropharmacology 35 (1996) 8 : 1057- 1064.

Criscuolo, F., Gabrielsen, G.W., Le Maho, Y. and Chastel, O. Reproductive behavior of female Common Eider : energetic status and prolactin levels. Proc. VIII SCAR Biology Symp. 2001, Amsterdam.

Criscuolo, F., Geir W. Gabrielsen, Gendner, J.P. and Le Maho, Y. An automatic weighing system application in a study of the Common Eider Somateria mollissima breeding biology. Alauda 68 (2000) 1 : 59-63.

Criscuolo, F., Gabrielsen, G.W., Gendner, J.-P. and Le Maho, Y. (2001) Common Eider nesting in Svalbard : for a better understanding of the physiological process regulating body mass. Annual Activity Report of the French Polar Institute Paul Emile Victor : 59-64.