We are happy to celebrate the release of 3 first author papers on Myotoxin-3 from a snake venom as a new microtubule targeting agent, on the mechanism of action of Zinc induced aggregation of tau, and a review article on tau as a therapeutic target for cancer, for team 9 three PhD students : Cecilia, Dahbia and Rayane, this month :
- Myotoxin-3 from the Pacific Rattlesnake Crotalus oreganus oreganus Venom Is a New Microtubule-Targeting Agent by María Cecilia González García (who defended successfully her PhD on October the 27th) , Caroline Radix, Claude Villard, Gilles Breuzard, Pascal Mansuelle, et al. was published in Molecules - see here
- Binding of two zinc ions promotes liquid-liquid phase separation of Tau by Dahbia Yatoui (who defended successfully her PhD on November the 18th) , Philipp O.Tsvetkov, Romain La Rocca, Viktoriia E. Baksheeva et al was published in International Journal of Biological Macromolecules - see here
- Tau Protein as Therapeutic Target for Cancer? Focus on Glioblastoma. by Rayane Hedna, Hervé Kovacic, Alessandra Pagano, Vincent Peyrot, Maxime Robin, et al. was published in Cancers, 2022, 14 (21), pp.5386. - see here
Congratulations to all. All these publications can also be found in the HAL collection of team 9 (Cytoskeleton and NeuroPhysiopathology).