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    Organisation et montée en puissance d'une Infrastructure Nationale de Génomique (1)
    Récepteurs A2A et Tauopathie (1)
    Rôle de la fractalkine (CX3CL1) et de son récepteur CX3CR1 dans les pathologies pulmonaires et cutanées polarisées Th2 (1)
    Rôle des macrophages alternatifs dans l'athérosclérose humaine et fonctions du récepteur nucléaire PPARg (1)
    The authors are indebted to the patients who accepted to participate and to all physicians who took care of them. They also acknowledge the help of ICTA (Fontaine-lès-Dijon, France) and Axonal (Nanterre, France) for data collection. Our gratitude to the personnel of URCEST (Assistance Publique des Hôpitaux de Paris and University Paris 6). Special thanks to Vincent Bataille, PhD, (ADIMEP, Toulouse) for data management, Benoît Pace (Société Française de Cardiologie) who designed the electronic CRF, and to Geneviève Mulak, Pharm D. and Nicole Naccache, Pharm D. (Société Française de Cardiologie) for their help, and to Elodie Drouet, MSc, who supervised patient follow-up (1)
    The Copenhagen Hepatitis C Program (CO-HEP) is a joint venture of the Department of Infectious Diseases and Clinical Research Centre, Hvidovre Hospital, and the Department of Immunology and Microbiology, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark. We thank F. L. Cosset, C. Rice, and T. Wakita for providing essential reagents. We also thank S. Ung for his help in preparing the figures and L. Linna for manuscript proofreading. We are very grateful to A. Danneels for her precious help during the revisions. Immunofluorescence and flow cytometry analyses were performed with the help of the imaging core facility of the BioImaging Center Lille Nord-de-France. (1)
    The experiments were partly performed at IUT A which is gratefully acknowledged. (1)
    Transfert différentiel intercellulaire des assemblages de Tau (1)
    We appreciate valuable discussions with Drs. Kassem Makki and Sandra Weller, and advice and support from Drs. Jean-Claude Sirard and Jean Dubuisson, and from Sia Praline and Nor Snø. We thank Dr. Corinne Grangette for providing reagents needed for mouse preadipocyte and adipocyte culture and differentiation, Dr. Odile Poulain-Godefroy for the kind gift of human primary Preadipocytes, and Marie-Josée Ghoris for technical help. Jérôme Lecardonnel (INRA, UMR GABI, Jouy-en-Josas, France) and Marie-Hélène Gevaert (Laboratoire d’Histologie, Faculté de Médecine, Lille, France) are acknowledged for their expert technical assistance in, respectively, microarray hybridization (adipose cells) and WAT histology. We also thank Denis Ressnikoff and Elisabeth Erazzuriz (Centre Imagerie Quantitative Lyon Est (CIQLE), Université Lyon 1, Lyon, France) for their technical assistance in confocal and transmission electron microscopy. We thank Antonino Bongiovanni and Sophie Salomé-Desnoulez as well as Drs. Elizabeth Werkmeister, Nicolas Barois and Hélène Bauderlique of the BioImaging Center Lille (BICeL, Lille, France) for access to systems and expert advises on microscopy and flow cytometry. Dr. Cécile Lecoeur and Peggy Bouquet (Transcriptomics and Applied Genomics Group, Lille) are thanked for, respectively, advice on transcriptomic analyses, and technical assistance in microarray hybridization (adipose tissues). Institut Pasteur’s animal facility staff is also thanked for its assistance. (1)
    We thank Dr. Guillemette Marot for advices and expertise on Limma and data normalization processes, as well as for discussionsabout GSEA ranking measures. We also thank Samuel Blank for his advices on Galaxy developments and discussions aboutpotential interactions between GIANT and other Galaxy tools. (1)