Martin Dulac

Project: Large-scale production of human hepatocytes.

Biography:


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


Publication:


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: https://doi.org/10.1124/dmd.119.087205


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)


Personal webpage:  


https://www.linkedin.com/in/martin-dulac-83944a83/