Martin Dulac

Project: Large-scale production of human hepatocytes.


2019 - till now PostDoctoral position in Animal Cells Culture - Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) - Stockholm, Sweden

2015 - 2018 Ph.D Thesis - University Paris Descartes UP5 (LCBPT) and University Paris Diderot UP7 (LEM) - Paris,  France. Supervisors Erwan Galardon (LCBPT, UP5) and Véronique Balland (LEM, UP7). Subject : "Hydrogen sulfide biosensor development"

2014 - 2015 Project Engineer in drug metabolism studies - University Paris Descartes UP5 (LCBPT) - Paris, France 

2013 - 2014 Master's II degree in Preclinical and Clinical Pharmacology - University Paris Descartes UP5 (Interneship Institut Curie, Saint Cloud, France) - Paris, France

2012 - 2013 Master's I degree in Biochemistry - University La Rochelle - La Rochelle, France 

2009 - 2012 Bachelor's degree in Biotechnology and Entreprise Economy - University Paris Diderot UP7 - Paris, France


M. Dulac, C. Nagaratinan, P. Dansette, D. Mansuy, J.L. Boucher Mechanism of H2S formation from the metabolism of anetholedithiolthione and anetholedithiolone by rat liver microsomes DMD 47 (7), (2019), 119.087205; DOI:

M. Dulac, A. Melet, K.D. Harris, B. Limoges, E. Galardon, V. Balland An optical H2S biosensor based on the chemoselective Hb-I protein tethered to a transparent, high surface area nanocolumnar electrode. Sens. Actuator B-Chem 290,326-335 (2019)

M. Dulac, A. Melet, E. Galardon Reversible detection and quantification of hydrogen sulfide by fluorescence using the hemoglobin I from Lucina pectinata. ACS Sensor (10), 2138-2144 (2018)  

M. Dulac, A. Sassi, C. Nagarathinan, M.O. Christen, P. Dansette, D. Mansuy, J.L. Boucher Metabolism of anethole dithiolethione by rat and human liver microsomes. DMD 46 (10), 1390-1395 (2018)

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