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Thomas Moss

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Thomas Moss
Centre de recherche du CHU de Québec - Université Laval
Centre de recherche sur le cancer
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Contribution à la recherche

Axe de recherche de l'Université Laval :

Santé et bien-être durables

Thématiques de recherche de la Faculté de médecine :

Bioinformatique / données massives (big data)
Oncologie

Domaines et intérêts de recherche du (de la) professeur(e) :

Cancer
  • Carcinogénèse
  • Différenciation cellulaire
  • Facteurs de croissance
  • Gène suppresseur
  • Oncogènes
  • Signalisation cellulaire et cancer
Cellulaire
  • Cellule
  • Chromosome
  • Gène
Subcellulaire
  • Acides nucléiques
Génomique et protéomique
  • Bio-informatique
  • Génotype et phénotype
  • Mécanismes biologiques et biochimiques

Projets de recherche

  • Pathobiology and treatment of the UBTF E210K neuroregression syndrome - National Institute of Health (USA) - Subvention de recherche, University of Memphis, co-chercheur - 2021-07-01 au 2026-06-30
  • Fonds institutionnel d'exploitation des infrastructures pour l'Université Laval - Fondation Canadienne pour l'innovation (La) - Fonds d'exploitation des infrastructures (FEI), co-chercheur - 2002-04-01 au 2025-03-31
  • Mechanism of Ribosomal RNA Gene Silencing and Its Roles in Pluripotency and Cancer - Instituts de recherche en santé du Canada - Subvention Projet, chercheur principal - 2017-04-01 au 2022-03-31
  • Role of Misshappen (NIK/Msn) kinases and Extended-Synaptotagmins (E-Syts) in Wnt and FGF intracellular signaling pathways. - Conseil de recherches en sciences naturelles et génie Canada - Subventions à la découverte SD (individuelles et d'équipe), chercheur principal - 2017-04-01 au 2022-03-31

Publications

  • Ribosomal DNA promoter recognition is determined in vivo by cooperation between UBTF1 and SL1 and is compromised in the UBTF-E210K neuroregression syndrome, Michel G. Tremblay, Dany S. Sibai, Melissa Valère, Jean-Clément Mars, Frédéric Lessard, Roderick T. Hori, Mohammad Moshahid Khan, Victor Y. Stefanovsky, Mark S. LeDoux, Tom Moss, PLOS Genetics, 2022, 10.1371/journal.pgen.1009644
  • Bidirectional cooperation between Ubtf1 and SL1 determines RNA Polymerase I promoter recognition in cell and is negatively affected in the UBTF-E210K neuroregression syndrome, Michel G. Tremblay, Dany S. Sibai, Melissa Valère, Jean-Clément Mars, Frédéric Lessard, Roderick T. Hori, Mohammad M. Khan, Victor Y. Stefanovsky, Mark S. Ledoux, Tom Moss, 2021, 10.1101/2021.06.07.447350
  • The chemotherapeutic agent CX-5461 irreversibly blocks RNA polymerase I initiation and promoter release to cause nucleolar disruption, DNA damage and cell inviability, Jean-Clément Mars, Michel G Tremblay, Mélissa Valere, Dany S Sibai, Marianne Sabourin-Felix, Frédéric Lessard, Tom Moss, NAR Cancer, 2020, 10.1093/narcan/zcaa032
  • The Short N-Terminal Repeats of Transcription Termination Factor 1 Contain Semi-Redundant Nucleolar Localization Signals and P19-ARF Tumor Suppressor Binding Sites., , The Yale journal of biology and medicine, 2019
  • The chromatin landscape of the ribosomal RNA genes in mouse and human, Tom Moss, Jean-Clement Mars, Michel G. Tremblay, Marianne Sabourin-Felix, Chromosome Research, 2019, 10.1007/s10577-018-09603-9
  • A recurrent de novo missense mutation in UBTF causes developmental neuroregression., Toro C, Hori RT, Malicdan MCV, Tifft CJ, Goldstein A, Gahl WA, Adams DR, Harper F, Wolfe LA, Xiao J, Khan MM, Tian J, Hope KA, Reiter LT, LeDoux MS, Human molecular genetics, 2018, 10.1093/hmg/ddx435
  • A Deconvolution Protocol for ChIP-Seq Reveals Analogous Enhancer Structures on the Mouse and Human Ribosomal RNA Genes, Jean-Clement Mars, Marianne Sabourin-Felix, Michel G. Tremblay, Tom Moss, G3: Genes|Genomes|Genetics, 2018, 10.1534/g3.117.300225
  • A unique enhancer boundary complex on the mouse ribosomal RNA genes persists after loss of Rrn3 or UBF and the inactivation of RNA polymerase I transcription, Chelsea Herdman, Jean-Clement Mars, Victor Y. Stefanovsky, Michel G. Tremblay, Marianne Sabourin-Felix, Helen Lindsay, Mark D. Robinson, Tom Moss, PLOS Genetics, 2017, 10.1371/journal.pgen.1006899
  • Disruption of the UBF gene induces aberrant somatic nucleolar bodies and disrupts embryo nucleolar precursor bodies, Nourdine Hamdane, Michel G. Tremblay, Stefan Dillinger, Victor Y. Stefanovsky, Attila Németh, Tom Moss, Gene, 2017, 10.1016/j.gene.2016.09.013
  • Loss of all 3 Extended Synaptotagmins does not affect normal mouse development, viability or fertility, Michel G. Tremblay, Tom Moss, Cell Cycle, 2016, 10.1080/15384101.2016.1203494
  • Extended-Synaptotagmins (E-Syts); the extended story, Chelsea Herdman, Tom Moss, Pharmacological Research, 2016, 10.1016/j.phrs.2016.01.034
  • Metabolic Labeling in the Study of Mammalian Ribosomal RNA Synthesis, Victor Y. Stefanovsky, Tom Moss, The Nucleolus, 2016, 10.1007/978-1-4939-3792-9_11
  • Depletion of the cisplatin targeted HMGB-box factor UBF selectively induces p53-independent apoptotic death in transformed cells., Hamdane N, Herdman C, Mars JC, Stefanovsky V, Tremblay MG, Moss T, 2015, 10.18632/oncotarget.4823
  • Extended Synaptotagmin Interaction with the Fibroblast Growth Factor Receptor Depends on Receptor Conformation, Not Catalytic Activity, Michel G. Tremblay, Chelsea Herdman, François Guillou, Prakash K. Mishra, Joëlle Baril, Sabrina Bellenfant, Tom Moss, Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2015, 10.1074/jbc.M115.656918
  • A novel role for the Pol I transcription factor UBTF in maintaining genome stability through the regulation of highly transcribed Pol II genes, , Genome research, 2015
  • In Vitro DNase I Footprinting, Benoît P. Leblanc, Tom Moss, DNA-Protein Interactions, 2015, 10.1007/978-1-4939-2877-4_2
  • Conditional inactivation of Upstream Binding Factor reveals its epigenetic functions and the existence of a somatic nucleolar precursor body, , PLoS Genetics, 2014
  • Loss of Extended Synaptotagmins ESyt2 and ESyt3 does not affect mouse development or viability, but in vitro cell migration and survival under stress are affected, , Cell Cycle, 2014
  • Agonistic and antagonistic roles for TNIK and MINK in non-canonical and canonical Wnt signalling, , PLoS One, 2012
  • The cellular abundance of the essential transcription termination factor TTF-I regulates ribosome biogenesis and is determined by MDM2 ubiquitinylation, , Nucleic acids research, 2012
  • The endocytic adapter E-Syt2 recruits the p21 GTPase activated kinase PAK1 to mediate actin dynamics and FGF signalling, , Biology open, 2012
  • The p21-activated kinase Pak1 regulates induction and migration of the neural crest in Xenopus, , Cell cycle, 2012
  • DNA methyltransferase inhibition may limit cancer cell growth by disrupting ribosome biogenesis, Tom Moss, Epigenetics, 2011, 10.4161/epi.6.2.13625
  • A model for the topology of active ribosomal RNA genes, , EMBO reports, 2011
  • DNA methyltransferase inhibition may limit cancer cell growth by disrupting ribosome biogenesis, , Epigenetics, 2011
  • Extended-synaptotagmin-2 mediates FGF receptor endocytosis and ERK activation in vivo, , Developmental cell, 2010
  • The ARF tumor suppressor controls ribosome biogenesis by regulating the RNA polymerase I transcription factor TTF-I, , Molecular cell, 2010
  • DNA-Protein Interactions, , Methods in Molecular Biology™, 2009, 10.1007/978-1-60327-015-1
  • DNase I footprinting, , DNA-Protein Interactions, 2009
  • Loss of human ribosomal gene CpG methylation enhances cryptic RNA polymerase II transcription and disrupts ribosomal RNA processing, , Molecular cell, 2009
  • Mlk1, Nicolas Bisson, Thomas Moss, AfCS-Nature Molecule Pages, 2009, 10.1038/mp.a001549.01
  • Mlk2, Nicolas Bisson, Thomas Moss, AfCS-Nature Molecule Pages, 2009, 10.1038/mp.a001550.01
  • Role of p21-activated kinase in cell polarity and directional mesendoderm migration in the Xenopus gastrula, , Developmental dynamics, 2009
  • The cruciform DNA mobility shift assay: a tool to study proteins that recognize bent DNA, , DNA-Protein Interactions, 2009
  • A ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme, ube2d3. 2, regulates xMLK2 and pronephros formation in Xenopus, , Differentiation, 2008
  • Mice lacking both mixed-lineage kinase genes Mlk1 and Mlk2 retain a wild type phenotype, , Cell Cycle, 2008
  • The splice variants of UBF differentially regulate RNA polymerase I transcription elongation in response to ERK phosphorylation, , Nucleic acids research, 2008
  • UBF levels determine the number of active ribosomal RNA genes in mammals, , The Journal of cell biology, 2008
  • A housekeeper with power of attorney: the rRNA genes in ribosome biogenesis, , Cellular and molecular life sciences, 2007
  • EphA4 signaling regulates blastomere adhesion in the Xenopus embryo by recruiting Pak1 to suppress Cdc42 function, , Molecular biology of the cell, 2007
  • A new paradigm for the regulation of the mammalian ribosomal RNA genes., , Biochemical Society Transactions, 2006
  • ERK modulates DNA bending and enhancesome structure by phosphorylating HMG1-boxes 1 and 2 of the RNA polymerase I transcription factor UBF, , Biochemistry, 2006
  • Growth factor signaling regulates elongation of RNA polymerase I transcription in mammals via UBF phosphorylation and r-chromatin remodeling, , Molecular cell, 2006
  • Identification of a novel xPAK1 partner important for proper FGF signaling in Xenopus laevis, , Developmental Biology, 2006
  • Regulation of rRNA synthesis in human and mouse cells is not determined by changes in active gene count, , Cell Cycle, 2006
  • EphA4 signaling suppresses Cdc42 and RhoA activities by recruiting Pak1 in order to regulate blastomere association in the Xenopus blastula embryo., , DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, 2005
  • The RNA-binding protein fragile X-related 1 regulates somite formation in Xenopus laevis, , Molecular biology of the cell, 2005
  • At the crossroads of growth control; making ribosomal RNA, , Current opinion in genetics & development, 2004
  • A tissue restricted role for the Xenopus Jun N-terminal kinase kinase kinase MLK2 in cement gland and pronephric tubule differentiation, , Developmental biology, 2003
  • CELL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT-mTOR-Dependent Regulation of Ribosomal Gene Transcription Requires S6K1 and Is Mediated by Phosphorylation of the Carboxy-Terminal Activation Domain of the Nucleolar, , Molecular and Cellular Biology, 2003
  • mTOR-dependent regulation of ribosomal gene transcription requires S6K1 and is mediated by phosphorylation of the carboxy-terminal activation domain of the nucleolar transcription factor UBF†, , Molecular and cellular biology, 2003
  • PAK interacts with NCK and MLK2 to regulate the activation of jun N-terminal kinase, , FEBS letters, 2003
  • The catalytic domain of xPAK1 is sufficient to induce myosin II dependent in vivo cell fragmentation independently of other apoptotic events, , Developmental biology, 2003
  • Gènes ribosomiques et régulation de la croissance cellulaire, Tom Moss, Nicolas Bissont, Emmanuel Käs, médecine/sciences, 2002, 10.1051/medsci/20021810940
  • At the Center of Eukaryotic Life, Tom Moss, Victor Y. Stefanovsky, Cell, 2002, 10.1016/s0092-8674(02)00761-4
  • DNA–Protein Interactions: Principles and Protocols, 2nd ed. Edited by Tom Moss, Leo Kretzner, Analytical Biochemistry, 2002, 10.1006/abio.2002.5609
  • An immediate response to ribosomal transcription to growth factor stimulation in mammals is mediated by ERK phosphorylation of UBF (vol 8, pg 1063, 2001), , MOLECULAR CELL, 2002
  • At the center of eukaryotic life, , Cell, 2002
  • Gènes ribosomiques et régulation de la croissance cellulaire, , Le Magazine: Nouvelles, 2002
  • THE MAGAZINE-NEWS-Ribosomal genes and cell growth, , Medecine Sciences, 2002
  • DNA-Protein Interactions. Principles and Protocols, second edition, edited by Tom Moss, Humana Press, 2001, 638 p., Olivier Leroy, Biochimie, 2001, 10.1016/s0300-9084(01)01337-2
  • DNA-Protein Interactions, Tom Moss, 2001, 10.1385/1592592082
  • An immediate response of ribosomal transcription to growth factor stimulation in mammals is mediated by ERK phosphorylation of UBF, , Molecular cell, 2001
  • DNA looping in the RNA polymerase I enhancesome is the result of non-cooperative in-phase bending by two UBF molecules, , Nucleic acids research, 2001
  • DNA-protein Interactions, , 2001
  • DNA-Protein Interactions: Principles and Protocols. Methods in Molecular Biology, , 2001
  • DNase I footprinting, , DNA-Protein Interactions, 2001
  • UV laser-induced protein-DNA crosslinking, , DNA-Protein Interactions, 2001
  • Competitive recruitment of CBP and Rb-HDAC regulates UBF acetylation and ribosomal transcription, , Molecular cell, 2000
  • The cytoskeletal effector xPAK1 is expressed during both ear and lateral line development in Xenopus, , INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, 2000
  • The role of acetylation in rDNA transcription., , FASEB JOURNAL, 2000
  • A ribosomal orphon sequence from Xenopus laevis flanked by novel low copy number repetitive elements, , Biological chemistry, 1999
  • Cellular regulation of ribosomal DNA transcription: both rat and Xenopus UBF1 stimulate rDNA transcription in 3T3 fibroblasts, , Nucleic acids research, 1999
  • Identification of a mammalian RNA polymerase I holoenzyme containing components of the DNA repair/replication system, , Nucleic acids research, 1999
  • Affinity purification of mammalian RNA polymerase I Identification of an associated kinase, , Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1998
  • IS048 The a_1-Adrenergic Responsive Transcription Factor, UBF1, Regulates rDNA Transcription in Neonatal Cardiomyocytes, , Japanese circulation journal, 1998
  • The structural and architectural role of upstream binding factor, UBF, , Transcription of ribosomal genes by eukaryotic RNA polymerase I. Austin: Landes Bioscience, 1998
  • UV-Laser Crosslinking of Proteins to DNA, Tom Moss, Stefan I. Dimitrov, Daniel Houde, Methods, 1997, 10.1006/meth.1996.0409
  • UV-laser crosslinking of proteins to DNA, , Methods, 1997
  • Antisense and sense poly (A)- RNAs from the Xenopus laevis pyruvate dehydrogenase gene loci are regulated with message production during embryogenesis, , Gene, 1996
  • Catalytic and non-catalytic forms of the neurotrophin receptor xTrkB mRNA are expressed in a pseudo-segmental manner within the early Xenopus central nervous system., , The International journal of developmental biology, 1996
  • Enzymatic removal of vitelline membrane and other protocol modifications for whole mount in situ hybridization of Xenopus embryos, , Trends in Genetics, 1996
  • Inactivation of topoisomerase I or II may lead to recombination or to aberrant replication termination on both SV40 and yeast 2 $μ$m DNA, , Chromosoma, 1996
  • Overexpression of the transcription factor UBF1 is sufficient to increase ribosomal DNA transcription in neonatal cardiomyocytes: implications for cardiac hypertrophy, , Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 1996
  • The DNA supercoiling architecture induced by the transcription factor xUBF requires three of its five HMG-boxes, , Nucleic acids research, 1996
  • Promotion and Regulation of Ribosomal Transcription in Eukaryotes by RNA Polymerase, Tom Moss, Victor Y. Stefanovsky, Progress in Nucleic Acid Research and Molecular Biology, 1995, 10.1016/s0079-6603(08)60810-7
  • Promotion and regulation of ribosomal transcription in eukaryotes by RNA polymerase 1, , Progress Nucl Acid Res Mol Biol, 1995
  • An analysis of Xenopus tyrosine kinase genes and their expression in early development, , DNA and cell biology, 1994
  • DNase I footprinting, , DNA-Protein Interactions, 1994
  • Short-range DNA looping by the Xenopus HMG-box transcription factor, xUBF, , Science, 1994
  • THE STRUCTURE OF THE XUBF-DNA COMPLEX, , JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY, 1994
  • UV laser-induced protein-DNA crosslinking, , DNA-Protein Interactions, 1994
  • Mapping of a sequence essential for the nuclear transport of the Xenopus ribosomal transcription factor xUBF using a simple coupled translation-transport and acid extraction approach, , DNA and cell biology, 1993
  • Recognition of the Xenopus ribosomal core promoter by the transcription factor xUBF involves multiple HMG box domains and leads to an xUBF interdomain interaction., , The EMBO journal, 1993
  • Readthrough enhancement and promoter occlusion on the ribosomal genes of Xenopus laevis, Tom Moss, Anne-Marie Larose, Keith Mitchelson, Benoît Leblanc, Biochemistry and Cell Biology, 1992, 10.1139/o92-050
  • High resolution studies of the Xenopus laevis ribosomal gene promoter in vivo and in vitro., , Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1992
  • Readthrough enhancement and promoter occlusion on the ribosomal genes of Xenopus laevis, , Biochemistry and Cell Biology, 1992
  • Variants of the Xenopus laevis ribosomal transcription factor xUBF are developmentally regulated by differential splicing, , Nucleic acids research, 1992
  • Heterogeneity in the Xenopus ribosomal transcription factor xUBF has a molecular basis distinct from that in mammals, , FEBS letters, 1991
  • The RNA polymerase I transcription factor xUBF contains 5 tandemly repeated HMG homology boxes, , Nucleic acids research, 1991
  • Point mutation analysis of the Xenopus laevis RNA polymerase I core promoter, , Nucleic acids research, 1990
  • Coordinate replication of dispersed repetitive sequences in Physarum polycephalum, , Experimental cell research, 1989
  • The Xenopus laevis ribosomal gene terminator contains sequences that both enhance and repress ribosomal transcription., , Molecular and cellular biology, 1989
  • DNA tailing without terminal transferase, Christine Dutta, Tom Moss, Nucleic Acids Research, 1988, 10.1093/nar/16.15.7744
  • A complex array of sequences enhances ribosomal transcription in Xenopus laevis, , Journal of molecular biology, 1987
  • The enhancement of ribosomal transcription by the recycling of RNA polymerase I, , Nucleic acids research, 1987
  • The enhancement of ribosomal transcription by the recycling of RNA polymerase I, Keith Mitchelson, Tom Moss, Nucleic Acids Research, 1987, 10.1093/nar/15.22.9577
  • Spacer promoters are essential for efficient enhancement of X. laevis ribosomal transcription, Ronald F.J. De Winter, Tom Moss, Cell, 1986, 10.1016/0092-8674(86)90765-8
  • Spacer promoters are essential for efficient enhancement of X. laevis ribosomal transcription, , Cell, 1986
  • The ribosomal spacer in Xenopus laevis is transcribed as part of the primary ribosomal RNA, , Nucleic acids research, 1986
  • The promotion of ribosomal transcription in eukaryotes., , Oxford surveys on eukaryotic genes, 1985
  • A transcriptional function for the repetitive ribosomal spacer in Xenopus laevis, Tom Moss, Nature, 1983, 10.1038/302223a0
  • A transcriptional function for repetitive ribosomal spacers in Xenopus?(reply), , Nature, 1983
  • A transcriptional function for the repetitive ribosomal spacer in Xenopus laevis, , Nature, 1983
  • The structure and function of the ribosomal gene spacer, , The nucleolus. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1982
  • Transcription of cloned Xenopus laevis ribosomal DNA microinjected into Xenopus oocytes, and the identification of an RNA polymerase I promoter, , Cell, 1982
  • More ribosomal spacer sequences from Xenopus laevis, , Nucleic acids research, 1980
  • More ribosomal spacer sequences from Xenopus laevis, Tom Moss, Paul G. Boseley, Max L. Birnsteil, Nucleic Acids Research, 1980, 10.1093/nar/8.3.467
  • 5'-Labeling and poly (dA) tailing., , Methods in enzymology, 1979
  • Sequence organization of the spacer DNA in a ribosomal gene unit of Xenopus laevis, , Cell, 1979
  • SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS SUGGESTS A POSSIBLE FUNCTION FOR THE RIBOSOMAL SPACER DNA OF XENOPUS-LAEVIS, , Experientia, 1979
  • The putative promoter of a Xenopus laevis ribosomal gene is reduplicated, , Nucleic acids research, 1979
  • The putative promoter of a Xenopus laevis ribosomal gene is reduplicated, Tom Moss, Max L. Birnstiel, Nucleic Acids Research, 1979, 10.1093/nar/6.12.3733
  • High-resolution proton-magnetic-resonance studies of chromatin core particles, , European Journal of Biochemistry, 1978
  • High-resolution proton-magnetic-resonance studies of chromatin core particles [calf thymus], , European Journal of Biochemistry (Germany, FR), 1978
  • METHOD TO FACILITATE BASE SEQUENCING OF HIGHLY REPETITIVE DNA, , EXPERIENTIA, 1978
  • Nucleosomes, histone interactions, and the role of histones H3 and H4, , Cold Spring Harbor symposia on quantitative biology, 1978
  • A nucleosome-like structure containing DNA and the arginine-rich histones H3 and H4, , Nucleic acids research, 1977
  • Sites of Histone/Histone Interaction in the H3˙ H4 Complex, , European Journal of Biochemistry, 1977
  • Physical studies on the H3/H4 histone tetramer, Tom Moss, Peter D. Cary, Colyn Crane-Robinson, E. M. Bradbury, Biochemistry, 1976, 10.1021/bi00656a003
  • A pH-Dependent Interaction between Histones H2A and H2B Involving Secondary and Tertiary Folding, , European Journal of Biochemistry, 1976
  • 4. Fragile X Related 1 (xFxr1) de Xenopus laevis et la myogenèse primaire., , Résumé, 1911
  • DNase I Footprinting, Benoît Leblanc, Tom Moss, DNA-Protein Interactions, 1911, 10.1385/0-89603-256-6:1
  • DNase I Footprinting, Benoît Leblanc, Tom Moss, DNA-Protein Interactions, 1911, 10.1385/1-59259-208-2:031
  • DNase I Footprinting, Benoît Leblanc, Tom Moss, Nucleic Acid Protocols Handbook, The, 1911, 10.1385/1-59259-038-1:729
  • UV Laser-Induced Protein-DNA Crosslinking, Stefan I. Dimitrov, Tom Moss, DNA-Protein Interactions, 1911, 10.1385/1-59259-208-2:395
  • UV Laser-Induced Protein–DNA Crosslinking, Stefan I. Dimitrov, Tom Moss, DNA-Protein Interactions, 1911, 10.1385/0-89603-256-6:227

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Étudiant(e)s dirigé(e)s*

Depuis 2009
  • Jean-Clement Mars - Post-doctorat - En cours
  • Ines Bourafa - Doctorat - En cours
  • Mélissa Valère - Doctorat - En cours
  • Dany Sibai - Doctorat - En cours
  • Abdelatif Nourdine Hamdane - Doctorat - 2015/01
  • Joël Boutin - Maitrîse avec mémoire - 2015/05
  • Prakash Kumar Mishra - Doctorat - 2015/05
  • Chelsea Herdman - Maitrîse avec mémoire - 2015/05

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