Timeline

Najma Rachidi
Permanent Researcher
20 Feb 2020
publication

SILAC-based quantitative proteomics reveals pleiotropic, phenotypic modulation in primary murine macrophages infected with the protozoan pathogen Leishmania donovani.

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24 Oct 2019
event

Symposium “The future of Parasitology”

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22 Aug 2019
event

PhD Defense – Daniel MARTEL -20th September 2019 at 9am: “Functional characterisation of Leishmania casein kinase 1.2 in the parasite and the mammalian host”

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24 Aug 2018
event

CRISPR in Parasitology Symposium

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29 Nov 2017
publication

Characterisation of Casein Kinase 1.1 in Using the CRISPR Cas9 Toolkit

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08 Jun 2017
publication

The enemy within: Targeting host-parasite interaction for antileishmanial drug discovery

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02 Jul 2016
publication

Species- and Strain-Specific Adaptation of the HSP70 Super Family in Pathogenic Trypanosomatids

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22 Apr 2016
publication

From Drug Screening to Target Deconvolution: a Target-Based Drug Discovery Pipeline Using Leishmania Casein Kinase 1 Isoform 2 To Identify Compounds with Antileishmanial Activity.

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07 Sep 2015
project

FP7 Targeting the Leishmania kinome for the development of novel anti-parasitic strategies (LeishDrug)

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07 Sep 2015
project

ANR TransLeish – Discovery of druggable protein kinases in the protozoan parasite Leishmania donovani using hit compounds identified by phenotypic screening

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07 Sep 2015
project

ANR TranSig – Trans-signalling: A novel mechanism of Leishmania host cell immune evasion through the release of parasite signalling proteins

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07 Sep 2015
project

PTR 539 – A multilevel systems approach to elucidate the host-Leishmania interactome and to identify host targets for anti-leishmanial drug discovery

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11 May 2015
team

Molecular Parasitology and Signaling

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08 Apr 2015
publication

A touch of Zen: post-translational regulation of the Leishmania stress response

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18 Sep 2014
publication

Transgenic analysis of the Leishmania MAP kinase MPK10 reveals an auto-inhibitory mechanism crucial for stage-regulated activity and parasite viability

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03 Jun 2014
publication

Probing druggability and biological function of essential proteins in Leishmania combining facilitated null mutant and plasmid shuffle analyses

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18 Feb 2014
publication

Phosphorylation of Sli15 by Ipl1 is important for proper CPC localization and chromosome stability in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

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23 Dec 2013
publication

Pharmacological assessment defines Leishmania donovani casein kinase 1 as a drug target and reveals important functions in parasite viability and intracellular infection

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21 Dec 2012
publication

Apoptotic marker expression in the absence of cell death in staurosporine-treated Leishmania donovani

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02 Nov 2012
publication

Synthesis and biological evaluation of 2,3-diarylimidazo[1,2-a]pyridines as antileishmanial agents

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01 Dec 2009
publication

Ipl1-dependent phosphorylation of Dam1 is reduced by tension applied on kinetochores

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15 May 2007
publication

Ipl1p-dependent phosphorylation of Mad3p is required for the spindle checkpoint response to lack of tension at kinetochores

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01 Dec 2005
publication

Global analysis of protein phosphorylation in yeast

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08 Feb 2002
publication

Evidence that the Ipl1-Sli15 (Aurora kinase-INCENP) complex promotes chromosome bi-orientation by altering kinetochore-spindle pole connections

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01 Mar 2000
publication

Saccharomyces cerevisiae PAU genes are induced by anaerobiosis

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01 Jan 2000
publication

Examination of the transcriptional specificity of an enological yeast. A pilot experiment on the chromosome-III right arm

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01 Jun 1999
publication

Multiple Ty-mediated chromosomal translocations lead to karyotype changes in a wine strain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae

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18 Jul 1997
publication

Membrane potential-generating malate (MleP) and citrate (CitP) transporters of lactic acid bacteria are homologous proteins. Substrate specificity of the 2-hydroxycarboxylate transporter family

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