Alexandra MILOCHAU
Original Publications

Hastoy, B., P. A. Scotti, A. Milochau, Z. Fezoua-Boubegtiten, J. Rodas, R. Megret, B. Desbat, M. Laguerre, S. Castano, D. Perrais, P. Rorsman, R. Oda and J. Lang (2017). A Central Small Amino Acid in the VAMP2 Transmembrane Domain Regulates the Fusion Pore in Exocytosis. Scientific Reports 7, Article number: 2835. 

Milochau, A., Lagre, V., Bennassy, M.N., Papin, J., Lajoix, A., Chaignepain, S., Garcia-Arcos, I., Schmitter, J.M., Ochoa, B. and Lang, J. Synaptotagmin 11 interacts with components of the RNA-induced silencing complex RISC in clonal pancreatic -cells. FEBS Lett.  2014, 588:2217-2222.

F. Boal, M. Laguerre, A. Milochau, J. Lang and P. A. Scotti. A charged prominence in the linker domain of the cysteine-string protein CSPa mediates its regulated interaction with the calcium sensor synaptotagmin 9 during exocytosis. FASEB J., in press.

Yassine, W., A. Milochau, S. Buchoux, J. Lang, B. Desbat, and R. Oda, Effect of monolayer lipid charges on the structure and orientation of protein VAMP1 at the air-water interface.  Biochem. Biophys. Acta – Biomembranes, 2010, 1798:928-937.

Yassine, W.,  Taib, N.,  Federman, S., Milochau, A., Castano, S., Sbi, W.,  Manigand, C.,  Laguerre, M., Desbat, B.,  Oda, R. and J. Lang, Reversible transition between a-helix and -sheet conformation of a transmembrane domain. Biochem. Biophys. Acta – Biomembranes20091788:1722-1730.

Sanchez, S., Milochau, A., Ruffie, G., Poulletier de Gannes, F., Lagroye, I., Haro, E., Surleve-Bazeille, J.E., Billaudel, B., Lassegues, M. and Veyret, B.  Human skin cell stress response to GSM-900 mobile phone signals. In vitro study on isolated primary cells and reconstructed epidermis. FEBS J. 2006. 273:p. 5491-5507.

Lassegues, M., Milochau, A., Doignon, F., Du Pasquier, L. and Valembois, P.Sequence and expression of an Eisenia-fetida-derived cDNA clone that encodes the 40-kDa fetidin antibacterial protein. Eur. J. Biochem., 1997.246:p. 756-762.

Milochau, A., Lassegues, M. and Valembois, P. Purification, characterization and activities of two hemolytic and antibacterial proteins from coelomic fluid of the annelid Eisenia fetida andrei. Biochim Biophys Acta,1997. 1337:p. 123-132.