VEITIA Reiner A.
VEITIA Reiner A.
Professor, Université de Paris. Head François Jacob Institute, CEA. Editor In Chief Clinical Genet
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JA Birchler, H Yao, S Chudalayandi, D Vaiman, RA Veitia
The Plant Cell 22 (7), 2105-2112, 2010
The gene balance hypothesis: from classical genetics to modern genomics
JA Birchler, RA Veitia
The Plant Cell 19 (2), 395-402, 2007
Gene balance hypothesis: connecting issues of dosage sensitivity across biological disciplines
JA Birchler, RA Veitia
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (37), 14746-14753, 2012
Dosage balance in gene regulation: biological implications
JA Birchler, NC Riddle, DL Auger, RA Veitia
Trends in Genetics 21 (4), 219-226, 2005
Mutations and sequence variants in GDF9 and BMP15 in patients with premature ovarian failure
P Laissue, S Christin-Maitre, P Touraine, F Kuttenn, O Ritvos, K Aittomaki, ...
European Journal of Endocrinology 154 (5), 739-744, 2006
Spectrum of FOXL2 gene mutations in blepharophimosis-ptosis-epicanthus inversus (BPES) families demonstrates a genotype–phenotype correlation
E De Baere, MJ Dixon, KW Small, EW Jabs, BP Leroy, K Devriendt, ...
Human molecular genetics 10 (15), 1591-1600, 2001
Evolution and expression of FOXL2
J Cocquet, E Pailhoux, F Jaubert, N Servel, X Xia, M Pannetier, ...
Journal of medical genetics 39 (12), 916-921, 2002
Exploring the etiology of haploinsufficiency
RA Veitia
Bioessays 24 (2), 175-184, 2002
FOXL2 and BPES: mutational hotspots, phenotypic variability, and revision of the genotype-phenotype correlation
E De Baere, D Beysen, C Oley, B Lorenz, J Cocquet, P De Sutter, ...
The American Journal of Human Genetics 72 (2), 478-487, 2003
The gene balance hypothesis: implications for gene regulation, quantitative traits and evolution
JA Birchler, RA Veitia
New Phytologist 186 (1), 54-62, 2010
Cellular reactions to gene dosage imbalance: genomic, transcriptomic and proteomic effects
RA Veitia, S Bottani, JA Birchler
Trends in Genetics 24 (8), 390-397, 2008
Forkhead transcription factors: key players in health and disease
BA Benayoun, S Caburet, RA Veitia
Trends in Genetics 27 (6), 224-232, 2011
FOXL2 activates P450 aromatase gene transcription: towards a better characterization of the early steps of mammalian ovarian development
M Pannetier, S Fabre, F Batista, A Kocer, L Renault, G Jolivet, ...
Journal of molecular endocrinology 36 (3), 399-413, 2006
Reverse transcriptase template switching and false alternative transcripts
J Cocquet, A Chong, G Zhang, RA Veitia
Genomics 88 (1), 127-131, 2006
Mutant cohesin in premature ovarian failure
S Caburet, VA Arboleda, E Llano, PA Overbeek, JL Barbero, K Oka, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 370 (10), 943-949, 2014
An evolutionary and functional analysis of FoxL2 in rainbow trout gonad differentiation
D Baron, J Cocquet, X Xia, M Fellous, Y Guiguen, RA Veitia
Journal of molecular endocrinology 33 (3), 705-715, 2004
Structure, evolution and expression of the FOXL2 transcription unit
J Cocquet, E De Baere, M Gareil, M Pannetier, X Xia, M Fellous, RA Veitia
Cytogenetic and genome research 101 (3-4), 206-211, 2003
Recent male-mediated gene flow over a linguistic barrier in Iberia, suggested by analysis of a Y-chromosomal DNA polymorphism
ME Hurles, R Veitia, E Arroyo, M Armenteros, J Bertranpetit, ...
The American Journal of Human Genetics 65 (5), 1437-1448, 1999
The transience of transient overexpression
TJ Gibson, M Seiler, RA Veitia
Nature methods 10 (8), 715-721, 2013
Deletions involving long-range conserved nongenic sequences upstream and downstream of FOXL2 as a novel disease-causing mechanism in blepharophimosis syndrome
D Beysen, J Raes, BP Leroy, A Lucassen, JRW Yates, J Clayton-Smith, ...
The American Journal of Human Genetics 77 (2), 205-218, 2005
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