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Geneviève Asselin et Martin Bussière, UETMIS, CHU de Québec - Université Laval

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Les bains de chlorhexidine aux soins intensifs : évaluation de l'efficacité et de l'innocuité

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Alan Anderson

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Oncologie
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Hôtel-Dieu de Québec
9, rue McMahon
2779
Québec (Québec)
CANADA G1R 2J6

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+1 418-525-4444, poste 15548
Télécopieur(s)
+1 418-691-5439
Courriel(s)
alan.anderson@bio.ulaval.ca

Publications récentes (voir toutes les publications de ce chercheur)

Lachaud AA, Auclair-Vincent S, Massip L, Audet-Walsh E, Lebel M, Anderson A. Werner's syndrome helicase participates in transcription of phenobarbital-inducible CYP2B genes in rat and mouse liver. Biochemical pharmacology,  2010. 79: 463-70
Paquet Y, Anderson A. Sequence composition similarities with the 7SL RNA are highly predictive of functional genomic features. Nucleic acids research,  2010. 38: 4907-16
Audet-Walsh E, Anderson A. Dexamethasone induction of murine CYP2B genes requires the glucocorticoid receptor. Drug metabolism and disposition: the biological fate of chemicals,  2009. 37: 580-8
Audet-Walsh E, Auclair-Vincent S, Anderson A. Glucocorticoids and phenobarbital induce murine CYP2B genes by independent mechanisms. Expert opinion on drug metabolism & toxicology,  2009. 5: 1501-11
Audet-Walsh E, Lachaud AA, Anderson A. The CYP2B2 5' flank contains a complex glucocorticoid response unit. Biochemical pharmacology,  2008. 76: 1298-306
Anderson A. The induction of CYP2B proteins in rodents by phemobarbital-like inducers : what has been discovered and what remains to be learned Acta chimica Slovenica,  2008. 55: 45-52
Joannard F, Rissel M, Gilot D, Anderson A, Orfila-Lefeuvre L, Guillouzo A, Atfi A, Lagadic-Gossmann D. Role for mitogen-activated protein kinases in phenobarbital-induced expression of cytochrome P450 2B in primary cultures of rat hepatocytes. Toxicology letters,  2006. 161: 61-72
Beaudet MJ, Desrochers M, Lachaud AA, Anderson A. The CYP2B2 phenobarbital response unit contains binding sites for hepatocyte nuclear factor 4, PBX-PREP1, the thyroid hormone receptor beta and the liver X receptor. The Biochemical journal,  2005. 388: 407-18
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