My research focuses on how epigenetic mechanisms control the pluripotency and the differentiation of avian embryonic stem cells. I aim to characterize the dynamics of DNA methylation and chromatin modifications in cultured cells and during the early development of the chick embryo. I also study the resetting of the epigenome in primordial germ cells as well as during cellular reprogramming.
|2014||9(11):e111556||DNA methylation and transcription in a distal region upstream from the bovine AlphaS1 casein gene after once or twice daily milking||Nguyen M, Boutinaud M, Pétridou B, Gabory A, Pannetier M, Chat S, Bouet S, Jouneau L, Jaffrezic F, Laloë D, Klopp C, Brun N, Kress C, Jammes H, Charlier M, Devinoy E||PLoS One||-|
|2016||09:05||Chicken embryonic stem cells and primordial germ cells display different heterochromatic histone marks than their mammalian counterparts||Kress C, Montillet G, Jean C, Fuet A, Pain B||Epigenetics Chromatin||-|
|2019||https://doi.org/10.1101/846410||Reprogrammed Pteropus Bat Stem Cells Present Distinct Immune Signature and are Highly Permissive for Henipaviruses||Noémie Aurine, Camille Baquerre, Maria Gaudino, Christian Jean, Claire Dumont, Sylvie Rival-Gervier, Clémence Kress, Branka Horvat, Bertrand Pain||biorxiv||-|
|1986||18(4):393-394||TVR: A BASIC implementation of Stiles's analysis of the two-color increment-threshold paradigm||Knoblauch, K||Behav Res Meth Inst Comput||-|