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Selected publications

Disease modeling

Zala, D., Benchoua, A., Brouillet, E., Perrin, V., Gaillard, M. C., Zurn, A. D., Aebischer, P. and Déglon, N. (2005). Progressive and selective striatal degeneration in primary neuronal cultures using lentiviral vector coding for a mutant huntingtin fragment. Neurobiol. Dis. 20: 785-798

de Almeida P.L., Ross C. A., Zala,D., Aebischer,P. and Déglon, N. (2002). Lentiviral-mediated delivery of mutant huntingtin in the striatum of rats induces a selective neuropathology modulated by polyglutamine repeat size, huntingtin expression levels and protein length. J. Neurosci. 22: 3473-3483

Palfi, S., Brouillet, E., Jarraya, B., Bloch, J., Jan, C., Shin, M., Condé, F., Li, X.-J., Aebischer, P., Hantraye, P., and Déglon N. (2007). Expression of an N-terminal fragment of mutated huntingtin in the lateral putamen is sufficient to produce abnormal movements in non-human primates. Mol. Ther. 15: 1444-1451

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Gene Therapy

Déglon, N., Tseng, J.L., Bensadoun, J.-C., Zurn, A.D., Arsenijevic, Y., Pereira de Almeida, L., Zufferey, R., Trono and Aebischer, P. (2000). Self-inactivating lentiviral vectors with enhanced transgene expression as potential gene transfer system in Parkinson’s disease. Hum. Gene Ther. 11, 179-190

Kordower, J. H., Emborg, M., Bloch, J., Ma, S. Y., Chu, Y., Leventhal, L., McBride, J., Chen, E.-Y., Palfi, S., Roitberg, B. Z., Brown, D., Holden, J., Pyzalski, R., Taylor, M. D., Carvey, P., Ling, Z.D., Trono, D., Hantraye, P., Déglon, N. and Aebischer, P. (2000). Neurodegeneration prevented by lentiviral vector delivery of GDNF in primate models of Parkinson's disease. Science 290, 767-773

Colin, A., Faideau, M., Dufour, N., Auregan, G., Hassig,R., Andrieu, T., Brouillet, E., Hantraye, P., Bonvento, G., and Déglon, N. (2009). Engineered lentiviral vector targeting astrocytes In vivo. Glia 57: 667-679

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Review

Lundberg, C., Björklund, T., Carlsson, T., Jakobsson, J., Hantraye, P., Déglon, N. and Kirik, D. (2008). Applications of lentiviral vectors for biology and gene therapy of neurological disorders. Curr. Gene Ther. 8: 461-473

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