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Yvan Devaux Laboratory of Cardiovascular Research, Luxembourg Institut of Health, Luxembourg
2 protocols

Daniel Wagner Division of Cardiology, Centre Hospitalier, Luxembourg
1 protocol

Isabelle Ernens Laboratory of Cardiovascular Research, Luxembourg Institute of Health (L.I.H.), Luxembourg
1 protocol

Bénédicte Lenoir
  • Laboratory of Cardiovascular Research, Luxembourg Institute of Health (L.I.H.), Luxembourg
  • 1 Author merit

Education

Ph.D. in Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Liège, Belgium,2015

Current position

Postdoctoral fellow in the Metastasis and Lymphatic Research Laboratory, Department of Oncological Sciences, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY, USA

Publications

  1. Ernens, I., Bousquenaud, M., Lenoir, B., Devaux, Y. and Wagner, D. R. (2015). Adenosine stimulates angiogenesis by up-regulating production of thrombospondin-1 by macrophages. Journal of leukocyte biology 97(1): 9-18.
  2. Lenoir, B., Wagner, D. R., Blacher, S., Sala-Newby, G. B., Newby, A. C., Noel, A. and Devaux, Y. (2014). Effects of adenosine on lymphangiogenesis. PLoS One 9(3): e92715.
  3. Blacher, S., Erpicum, C., Lenoir, B., Paupert, J., Moraes, G., Ormenese, S., Bullinger, E. and Noel, A. (2014). Cell invasion in the spheroid sprouting assay: a spatial organisation analysis adaptable to cell behaviour. PLoS One 9(5): e97019.
  4. Maertens, L., Erpicum, C., Detry, B., Blacher, S., Lenoir, B., Carnet, O., Pequeux, C., Cataldo, D., Lecomte, J., Paupert, J. and Noel, A. (2014). Bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells drive lymphangiogenesis. PLoS One 9(9): e106976.
  5. Detry, B., Bruyere, F., Erpicum, C., Paupert, J., Lamaye, F., Maillard, C., Lenoir, B., Foidart, J. M., Thiry, M. and Noel, A. (2011). Digging deeper into lymphatic vessel formation in vitro and in vivo. BMC Cell Biol 12: 29.
1 Protocol published
Rat Aortic Ring Model to Assay Angiogenesis ex vivo
Authors:  Isabelle Ernens, Bénédicte Lenoir, Yvan Devaux and Daniel R. Wagner, date: 10/20/2015, view: 3060, Q&A: 0
Angiogenesis is a multifactorial event which requires the migration, proliferation, differentiation and structure rearrangement of endothelial cells. This angiogenic process has been commonly studied using in vitro assays such as Boyden ...