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Louis Du Pasquier
Louis Du Pasquier
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Genome evolution in the allotetraploid frog Xenopus laevis.
Nature 538 (7625), 336-343, 2016
9502016
A novel chimeric Ig heavy chain from a teleost fish shares similarities to IgD
M Wilson, E Bengtén, NW Miller, LW Clem, L Du Pasquier, GW Warr
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 94 (9), 4593-4597, 1997
4401997
Immunoreceptor tyrosine‐based inhibition motifs: a quest in the past and future
M Daëron, S Jaeger, L Du Pasquier, E Vivier
Immunological reviews 224 (1), 11-43, 2008
4132008
Evolution of innate and adaptive immunity: can we draw a line?
MF Flajnik, L Du Pasquier
Trends in immunology 25 (12), 640-644, 2004
3952004
Genomic analysis of immunity in a Urochordate and the emergence of the vertebrate immune system:“waiting for Godot”
K Azumi, R De Santis, A De Tomaso, I Rigoutsos, F Yoshizaki, MR Pinto, ...
Immunogenetics 55, 570-581, 2003
3442003
Heterogeneity of endothelial junctions is reflected by differential expression and specific subcellular localization of the three JAM family members
M Aurrand-Lions, C Johnson-Leger, C Wong, L Du Pasquier, BA Imhof
Blood, The Journal of the American Society of Hematology 98 (13), 3699-3707, 2001
3432001
The immune system of Xenopus
LD Pasquier, J Schwager, MF Flajnik
Annual review of immunology 7 (1), 251-275, 1989
3271989
Genetics of polyploid Xenopus
HR Kobel, L Du Pasquier
Trends in Genetics 2, 310-315, 1986
3181986
Plasticity of animal genome architecture unmasked by rapid evolution of a pelagic tunicate
F Denoeud, S Henriet, S Mungpakdee, JM Aury, C Da Silva, H Brinkmann, ...
Science 330 (6009), 1381-1385, 2010
3102010
The First Myriapod Genome Sequence Reveals Conservative Arthropod Gene Content and Genome Organisation in the Centipede Strigamia maritima
AD Chipman, DEK Ferrier, C Brena, J Qu, DST Hughes, R Schröder, ...
PLoS biology 12 (11), e1002005, 2014
2562014
Expression, linkage, and polymorphism of MHC-related genes in rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss
JD Hansen, P Strassburger, GH Thorgaard, WP Young, L Du Pasquier
The Journal of Immunology 163 (2), 774-786, 1999
2231999
Antibody diversity in lower vertebrates—why is it so restricted?
LD Pasquier
Nature 296 (5855), 311-313, 1982
1991982
What limits affinity maturation of antibodies in Xenopus‐‐the rate of somatic mutation or the ability to select mutants?
M Wilson, E Hsu, A Marcuz, M Courtet, L Du Pasquier, C Steinberg
The EMBO Journal 11 (12), 4337-4347, 1992
1961992
Evidence for a functional second thymus in mice
G Terszowski, SM Müller, CC Bleul, C Blum, R Schirmbeck, J Reimann, ...
Science 312 (5771), 284-287, 2006
1922006
An evolutionarily conserved target motif for immunoglobulin class-switch recombination
AA Zarrin, FW Alt, J Chaudhuri, N Stokes, D Kaushal, L Du Pasquier, ...
Nature immunology 5 (12), 1275-1281, 2004
1822004
The immune system of invertebrates and vertebrates
L Du Pasquier
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B: Biochemistry and Molecular …, 2001
1822001
On the origins of the adaptive immune system: novel insights from invertebrates and cold-blooded vertebrates
M Kasahara, T Suzuki, L Du Pasquier
Trends in immunology 25 (2), 105-111, 2004
1812004
The Dscam Homologue of the Crustacean Daphnia Is Diversified by Alternative Splicing Like in Insects
D Brites, S McTaggart, K Morris, J Anderson, K Thomas, I Colson, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 25 (7), 1429-1439, 2008
1592008
CTX, a Xenopus thymocyte receptor, defines a molecular family conserved throughout vertebrates
I Chrétien, A Marcuz, M Courtet, K Katevuo, O Vainio, JK Heath, SJ White, ...
European journal of immunology 28 (12), 4094-4104, 1998
1561998
A novel type of class I gene organization in vertebrates: a large family of non‐MHC‐linked class I genes is expressed at the RNA level in the amphibian Xenopus.
MF Flajnik, M Kasahara, BP Shum, L Salter‐Cid, E Taylor, L Du Pasquier
The EMBO journal 12 (11), 4385-4396, 1993
1531993
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