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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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Neuroendocrinologie Moleculaire de la Reproduction

Vincent ROBERT

TREx

Vincent ROBERT and sheep
© INRA

During 2003 I obtained a professional license in biotechnology and industrial microbiology. I joined INRA in 2005 for working on the mechanisms responsible for the virulence and carriage of Salmonella in chiken. In 2008 I changed team. I work with doctors Isabelle FRANCESCHINI and BELTRAMO Massimiliano on the kisspeptide. Rather specialized in molecular biology and bacteriology I broaden the field of my skills: cell culture, animal experimentation. At present, I am further diversifying my skills in relation to researchers needs

Linck to researchgate
Linck to scholar

Publications:

Sexually dimorphic gene expression and neurite sensitivity to estradiol in fetal arcuate Kiss1 cells.

Alfaia C, Robert V, Poissenot K, Levern Y, Guillaume D, Yeo S, Colledge W, Franceschini I.

J Endocrinol. 2019 Oct 1. pii: JOE-18-0142.R2.

2019

The kisspeptin analog C6 is a possible alternative to PMSG (pregnant mare serum gonadotropin) for triggering synchronized and fertile ovulations in the Alpine goat.

Decourt C, Robert V, Lomet D, Anger K, Georgelin M, Poissenot K, Pellicer-Rubio MT, Aucagne V, Beltramo M.

PLoS One. 2019 Mar 28;14(3):e0214424.

2019

Synthesis of aryl-thioglycopeptides through chemoselective Pd-mediated conjugation

David Montoir, Mehdi Amoura, Zine El Abidine Ababsa, T. M. Vishwanatha, Expédite Yen-Pon, Vincent Robert, Massimiliano Beltramo, ... Samir Messaoudi

Chem Sci. 2018 Sep 20;9(46):8753-8759.

2018

Seasonal breeding in mammals: from basic science to applications and back

H Dardente, D Lomet, V Robert, C Decourt, M Beltramo, ...

Theriogenology 86 (1), 324-332

2016

A synthetic kisspeptin analog that triggers ovulation and advances puberty

C Decourt, V Robert, K Anger, M Galibert, JB Madinier, X Liu, H Dardente, ...

Scientific reports 6, 26908

2016

No evidence that RFamide-related peptide 3 directly modulates LH secretion in the ewe

C Decourt, K Anger, V Robert, D Lomet, J Bartzen-Sprauer, A Caraty, ...

Endocrinology 157 (4), 1566-1575

2016

PCB153 (2, 2′, 4, 4′, 5, 5′-hexachlorobiphenyl) differentially affects the VEGF/VEGFR system depending on photoperiod in the ovine choroid plexus

A Szczepkowska, C Lagaraine, V Robert, J Młynarczuk, L Dufourny, ...

Ecotoxicology and environmental safety 124, 303-308

2016

Delayed pubertal onset and prepubertal Kiss1 expression in female mice lacking central oestrogen receptor beta

L Naulé, V Robert, C Parmentier, M Martini, M Keller, M Cohen-Solal, ...

Human molecular genetics 24 (25), 7326-7338

2015

Rational design of triazololipopeptides analogs of kisspeptin inducing a long-lasting increase of gonadotropins

M Beltramo, V Robert, M Galibert, JB Madinier, P Marceau, H Dardente, ...

Journal of medicinal chemistry 58 (8), 3459-3470

2015

Effect of a two-week treatment with a low dose of 2, 2′ 4, 4′, 5, 5′-hexachlorobiphenyl (PCB153) on tight junction protein expression in ovine choroid plexus during long and …

A Szczepkowska, C Lagaraine, V Robert, L Dufourny, JC Thiéry, J Skipor

Neurotoxicology and teratology 37, 63-67

2013

Pattern of expression of vascular endothelial growth factor and its receptors in the ovine choroid plexus during long and short photoperiods

A Szczepkowska, B Wąsowska, PD Gilun, C Lagaraine, V Robert, ...

Cell and tissue research 350 (1), 157-166

2012

Embryonic development of kisspeptin neurones in rat

E Desroziers, M Droguerre, AH Bentsen, V Robert, JD Mikkelsen, ...

Journal of neuroendocrinology 24 (10), 1284-1295

2012

Expression of TLR4 and downstream effectors in selected cecal cell sub-populations of chicks resistant or susceptible to Salmonella carrier-state

AM Chaussé, O Grépinet, E Bottreau, Y Le Vern, P Menanteau, V Robert  ...

Infection and immunity, IAI. 00025-11

2011

Ontogenesis of kisspeptin neurons: from neurogenesis to peri-natal development

E Desroziers, M Droguerre, AH Bentsen, V Robert, A Duittoz, J Mikkelsen, ...

2011