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Olivier Raineteau


Research interests

Olivier Raineteau received its Ph.D. degree from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich (2000) where he became interested in the capacity and limitations of the central nervous system to reorganize after a lesion. His work aims at better understanding the basic mechanisms controlling the behavior of neural stem cells in the postnatal central nervous system in order to design innovative approaches to recruit these cells after lesion or in pathologies.

Cellular programming in the brain
2023Sarah Delcourte, Amel Bouloufa, Renaud Rovera, Cécile Bétry, Erika Abrial, Ouria Dkhissi-Benyahya, Christophe Heinrich, Guillaume Marcy, Olivier Raineteau , Nasser Haddjeri, Guillaume Lucas, Adeline EtiévantChemogenetic activation of prefrontal astroglia enhances recognition memory performance in ratBiomed Pharmacother
2021Célia Lentini, Marie d'Orange, Nicolás Marichal, Marie-Madeleine Trottmann, Rory Vignoles, Louis Foucault, Charlotte Verrier, Céline Massera, Olivier Raineteau, Karl-Klaus Conzelmann, Sylvie Rival-Gervier, Antoine Depaulis, Benedikt Berninger, Christophe HeinrichReprogramming reactive glia into interneurons reduces chronic seizure activity in a mouse model of mesial temporal lobe epilepsyCell Stem Cell
2021Irène Aksoy, Cloé Rognard, Anaïs Moulin, Guillaume Marcy, Etienne Masfaraud, Florence Wianny, Véronique Cortay, Angèle Bellemin-Ménard, Nathalie Doerflinger, Manon Dirheimer, Chloé Mayère , Pierre-Yves Bourillot, Cian Lynch, Olivier Raineteau, Thierry Joly, Colette Dehay, Manuel Serrano, Marielle Afanassieff, Pierre SavatierApoptosis, G1 Phase Stall, and Premature Differentiation Account for Low Chimeric Competence of Human and Rhesus Monkey Naive Pluripotent Stem CellsStem Cell Reports
2019Marcy G, Raineteau OConcise Review: Contributions of Single-Cell Approaches for Probing Heterogeneity and Dynamics of Neural Progenitors Throughout LifeStem Cells
2019Marcy G, Raineteau OContributions of Single-Cell Approaches for Probing Heterogeneity and Dynamics of Neural Progenitors Throughout Life: Concise Review.Stem Cells
2018Benito N, Gaborieau E, Sanz Diez A, Kosar S, Foucault L, Raineteau O, De Saint Jan DA Pool of Postnatally Generated Interneurons Persists in an Immature Stage in the Olfactory BulbJ Neurosci
2017Azim K, Angonin D, Marcy G, Pieropan F, Rivera A, Donega V, Cantu C, Williams G, Berninger B, Butt AM, Raineteau OPharmacogenomic identification of small molecules for lineage specific manipulation of subventricular zone germinal activityPLoS Biol
2017Donega V, Raineteau OPostnatal Neural Stem Cells: Probing their competence for cortical repairThe Neuroscientist
2015Orlando C, Raineteau OIntegrity of cortical perineuronal nets influences corticospinal tract plasticity after spinal cord injuryBrain Struct Funct
2015Azim K, Hurtado-Chong A, Fischer B, Kumar N, Zweifel S, Taylor V, Raineteau OTranscriptional Hallmarks of Heterogeneous Neural Stem Cell Niches of the Subventricular ZoneStem Cells