Nathalie Coré
  • UMR 7288, IBDM, Aix-Marseille University, CNRS, France
Research fields
  • Molecular biology
Personal information


Ph.D. in Microbiology and Cellular Biology, Institute of genetic and developmental biology, Aix-Marseille University, France

Current position

Researcher (CNRS)
Developmental Biology Institute of Marseille-Luminy (IBDML), CNRS-UMR7288, Aix-Marseille University, France


  1. de Chevigny, A.*, Core, N.*, Follert, P., Gaudin, M., Barbry, P., Beclin, C. and Cremer, H. (2012). miR-7a regulation of Pax6 controls spatial origin of forebrain dopaminergic neurons. Nat Neurosci 15(8): 1120-1126. *co-first authors
  2. de Chevigny, A., Core, N., Follert, P., Wild, S., Bosio, A., Yoshikawa, K., Cremer, H. and Beclin, C. (2012). Dynamic expression of the pro-dopaminergic transcription factors Pax6 and Dlx2 during postnatal olfactory bulb neurogenesis. Front Cell Neurosci 6: 6.
  3. Faralli, H., Martin, E., Core, N., Liu, Q. C., Filippi, P., Dilworth, F. J., Caubit, X. and Fasano, L. (2011). Teashirt-3, a novel regulator of muscle differentiation, associates with BRG1-associated factor 57 (BAF57) to inhibit myogenin gene expression. J Biol Chem 286(26): 23498-23510.
  4. Wang, L., Vervoort, V., Wallez, Y., Core, N., Cremer, H. and Pasquale, E. B. (2010). The SRC homology 2 domain protein Shep1 plays an important role in the penetration of olfactory sensory axons into the forebrain. J Neurosci 30(39): 13201-13210.
  5. Boutin, C., Hardt, O., de Chevigny, A., Core, N., Goebbels, S., Seidenfaden, R., Bosio, A. and Cremer, H. (2010). NeuroD1 induces terminal neuronal differentiation in olfactory neurogenesis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 107(3): 1201-1206.
  6. Caubit, X., Lye, C. M., Martin, E., Core, N., Long, D. A., Vola, C., Jenkins, D., Garratt, A. N., Skaer, H., Woolf, A. S. and Fasano, L. (2008). Teashirt 3 is necessary for ureteral smooth muscle differentiation downstream of SHH and BMP4. Development 135(19): 3301-3310.
  7. Core, N., Caubit, X., Metchat, A., Boned, A., Djabali, M. and Fasano, L. (2007). Tshz1 is required for axial skeleton, soft palate and middle ear development in mice. Dev Biol 308(2): 407-420.
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