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Publications


2020

Ferrand J.*, Plessier A.*, Polo S.E. Control of the chromatin response to DNA damage: Histone proteins pull the strings. Semin Cell Dev Biol, doi: 10.1016/j.semcdb.2020.07.002, online ahead of print, 2020. *: equal contribution

Ahmad R, Lahuna O, Sidibe A, Daulat A, Zhang Q, Luka M, Guillaume JL, Gallet S, Guillonneau F, Hamroune J, Polo S, Prévot V, Delagrange P, Dam J, Jockers R. GPR50-Ctail cleavage and nuclear translocation: a new signal transduction mode for G protein-coupled receptors. Cell Mol Life Sci, doi: 10.1007/s00018-019-03440-7, online ahead of print, 2020.

Caron P., Polo S.E. Reshaping Chromatin Architecture around DNA Breaks. Trends Biochem Sci, 45: 177-179, 2020.

2018

Piquet S., Le Parc F., Bai, S-K., Chevallier O., Adam S., Polo S.E. The histone chaperone FACT coordinates H2A.X-dependent signaling and repair of DNA damage. Mol Cell, 72: 888-901, 2018.

Dabin J.*, Fortuny A.*, Piquet S, Polo S.E. Live imaging of parental histone variant dynamics in UVC-damaged chromatin. Methods Mol Biol, 1832: 243-253, 2018. *: equal contribution

Fortuny A, Polo S.E. The response to DNA damage in heterochromatin domains. Chromosoma, 127: 291-300, 2018.

2017

Fortuny A., Polo S.E. Genome and epigenome maintenance by keeping histone turnover in check. Mol Cell, 66: 3-4, 2017.

Dabin J., Polo S. E. Choreography of parental histones in damaged chromatin. Nucleus, 8: 255-260, 2017.

Polo S.E. Switching genes to silent mode near DNA double-strand breaks. EMBO Rep, 18:659-660, 2017.

2016

Adam S.*, Dabin J.*, Chevallier O., Leroy O., Baldeyron C., Corpet A., Lomonte P., Renaud O., Almouzni G. and Polo S.E. Real-time tracking of parental histones reveals their contribution to chromatin integrity following DNA damage. Mol Cell, 64: 65-78, 2016. *: equal contribution. Featured article, also highlighted in the « Meet the author » section.

Dabin J.*, Fortuny A.* and Polo S.E. Epigenome maintenance in response to DNA damage. Mol Cell, 62: 712-727, 2016. *: equal contribution

2015

Polo S.E.*, Almouzni G.* Chromatin plasticity in response to DNA damage: the legacy of the access-repair-restore model. DNA Repair, 36: 114-121, 2015. *: co-corresponding authors

Adam S.*, Dabin J.* and Polo S.E. Chromatin plasticity in response to DNA damage: the shape of things to come. DNA Repair, 32:120-126, 2015. *: equal contribution

Adam S.*, Dabin J.*, Bai S-K. and Polo S.E. Imaging local deposition of newly synthesized histones in UVC-damaged chromatin. Methods Mol Biol, 1288-337-347, 2015. *: equal contribution

Polo S.E. Reshaping chromatin after DNA damage: the choreography of histone proteins. J Mol Biol, 427:626-636, 2015.

2014

Adam S., Polo S.E. Blurring the line between the DNA damage response and transcription: the importance of chromatin dynamics. Exp Cell Res, 329:148-153, 2014

Adam S., Polo S. E. and Almouzni G. How to restore chromatin structure and function in response to DNA damage – let the chaperones play. FEBS J, 281: 2315-2323, 2014

2013

Adam S., Polo S. E.* and Almouzni G.* Transcription recovery after DNA damage requires chromatin priming by the H3.3 histone chaperone HIRA. Cell, 155:94-106, 2013. *: co-corresponding author.

Polo S. E. Fine-tuning the p53 response to DNA damage: a new piece in the puzzle. Cell Cycle, 12: 1337-1338, 2013.

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