Patrice X. Petit


1 - A first domain of research: plant physiology, lichens symbiosis, and pollution completed by works that considered mitochondrial mechanisms in C3, C4 and CAM plants. Firts flow cytometry analysis of the mitochondrial potential and also isolated chloroplasts. 2 - Transition to the animal field through some publications on uncoupling proteins expression in yeast (UCP2 and Urf13) 3 - Discovery of the essential role of the mitochondrial membrane potential in the initiation of "apoptosis". 4 - dissign of teh mechanistic issues of teh pro-apoptotic protein Bid and its truncated part tBid. 5 - Role of Cl in this domain and rôle of caspase-8 binding to mitochondria. 6 - Studies on curcumin, an hormetic molecule 7 - Toxicology of pollutant mixtures.

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