Frederic MARIN
Frederic MARIN
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Molluscan shell proteins: primary structure, origin, and evolution
F Marin, G Luquet, B Marie, D Medakovic
Current topics in developmental biology 80, 209-276, 2007
Molluscan shell proteins
F Marin, G Luquet
Comptes Rendus Palevol 3 (6-7), 469-492, 2004
The formation and mineralization of mollusk shell
F Marin, N Le Roy, B Marie
Frontiers in Bioscience-Scholar 4 (3), 1099-1125, 2012
A marriage of bone and nacre
P Westbroek, F Marin
Nature 392 (6679), 861-862, 1998
Different secretory repertoires control the biomineralization processes of prism and nacre deposition of the pearl oyster shell
B Marie, C Joubert, A Tayalé, I Zanella-Cléon, C Belliard, D Piquemal, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (51), 20986-20991, 2012
Mucins and molluscan calcification: molecular characterization of mucoperlin, a novel mucin-like protein from the nacreous shell layer of the fan mussel Pinna nobilis (Bivalvia …
F Marin, P Corstjens, B de Gaulejac, E de Vrind-De Jong, P Westbroek
Journal of Biological Chemistry 275 (27), 20667-20675, 2000
Anisotropic lattice distortions in biogenic calcite induced by intra-crystalline organic molecules
B Pokroy, AN Fitch, F Marin, M Kapon, N Adir, E Zolotoyabko
Journal of structural biology 155 (1), 96-103, 2006
Caspartin and calprismin, two proteins of the shell calcitic prisms of the Mediterranean fan mussel Pinna nobilis
F Marin, R Amons, N Guichard, M Stigter, A Hecker, G Luquet, P Layrolle, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 280 (40), 33895-33908, 2005
The skeletal proteome of the coral Acropora millepora: the evolution of calcification by co-option and domain shuffling
P Ramos-Silva, J Kaandorp, L Huisman, B Marie, I Zanella-Cléon, ...
Molecular Biology and Evolution 30 (9), 2099-2112, 2013
Proteomic analysis of the organic matrix of the abalone Haliotis asinina calcified shell
B Marie, A Marie, DJ Jackson, L Dubost, BM Degnan, C Milet, F Marin
Proteome Science 8 (1), 1-11, 2010
Biomineralisations in crustaceans: storage strategies
G Luquet, F Marin
Comptes Rendus Palevol 3 (6-7), 515-534, 2004
Automicrites in a modern marine microbialite. Formation model via organic matrices (Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia)
J Reitner, P Gautret, F Marin, F Neuweiler
The shell‐forming proteome of Lottia gigantea reveals both deep conservations and lineage‐specific novelties
B Marie, DJ Jackson, P Ramos‐Silva, I Zanella‐Cléon, N Guichard, ...
The FEBS journal 280 (1), 214-232, 2013
The shell matrix of the freshwater mussel Unio pictorum (Paleoheterodonta, Unionoida) Involvement of acidic polysaccharides from glycoproteins in nacre …
B Marie, G Luquet, JP Pais De Barros, N Guichard, S Morel, G Alcaraz, ...
The FEBS journal 274 (11), 2933-2945, 2007
Skeletal matrices, muci, and the origin of invertebrate calcification.
F Marin, M Smith, Y Isa, G Muyzer, P Westbroek
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93 (4), 1554-1559, 1996
The evolution of metazoan α-carbonic anhydrases and their roles in calcium carbonate biomineralization
N Le Roy, DJ Jackson, B Marie, P Ramos-Silva, F Marin
Frontiers in Zoology 11 (1), 1-16, 2014
Molecular evolution of mollusc shell proteins: insights from proteomic analysis of the edible mussel Mytilus
B Marie, N Le Roy, I Zanella-Cléon, M Becchi, F Marin
Journal of molecular evolution 72 (5), 531-546, 2011
Soluble proteins of the nacre of the giant oyster Pinctada maxima and of the abalone Haliotis tuberculata:: extraction and partial analysis of nacre proteins
L Bedouet, MJ Schuller, F Marin, C Milet, E Lopez, M Giraud
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B: Biochemistry and Molecular …, 2001
Differences between bond lengths in biogenic and geological calcite
E Zolotoyabko, EN Caspi, JS Fieramosca, RB Von Dreele, F Marin, G Mor, ...
Crystal Growth & Design 10 (3), 1207-1214, 2010
Molluscan biomineralization: The proteinaceous shell constituents of Pinna nobilis L.
F Marin, G Luquet
Materials Science and Engineering: C 25 (2), 105-111, 2005
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