CV - GELOT Agathe

Name:

Dr. Agathe GELOT

Nationality

French

Position:

PhD, Assistant Professor

Education:

PhD Neuropharmacology, University of Toulouse III, Toulouse, France

Post Dpoctoral training, pharmacological expert ANSES

Email:

Agathe.Gelot@uca.fr

Address:

Faculty of Medicine- Fundamental and Clinical pharmacology of Pain

28 Place Henri Dunant

63100 Clermont-Ferrand (France)

Phone:

+33 4 73 17 82 35

Research Interest:

Pharmacology of pain

Preclinical and clinical models

Visceral pain

Visceral hypersensitivity

Pre- / Pro-biotics

Ion channels

Pharmacology and therapeutic strategies against chronic pain, essentially visceral pain

Technical expertise:

- Animal behavioural tests (nociceptive and emotional behaviours for example)

- In vivo assays

- Immunohistochemistry

 

Recent Publications:

 Plus de celles du site

1.        Scanzi J, Accarie A, Muller E, Pereira B, Aissouni Y Goutte M, Joubert-Zakeyh J, Picard E, Boudieu L, Mallet C, Gelot A, Ardid D, Carvalho FA, Dapoigny M.Colonic overexpression of the T-type calcium channel Cav 3.2 in a mouse model of visceral hypersensitivity and in irritable bowel syndrome patients. Neurogastroenterol Motil. 2016 Nov;28(11):1632-1640.

2.        Meleine M, Boudieu L, Gelot A, Muller E, Lashermes A, Matricon J, Silberberg C, Theodorou V, Eschalier A, Ardid D, Carvalho FA. Comparative effects of α2δ-1 ligands in mouse models of colonic hypersensitivity. World J Gastroenterol. 2016 Aug 21;22(31):7111-23.

3.        Miquel S, Martín R, Lashermes A, Gillet M, Meleine M, Gelot A, Eschalier A, Ardid D, Bermúdez-Humarán LG, Sokol H, Thomas M, Theodorou V, Langella P, Carvalho FA . Anti-nociceptive effect of Faecalibacterium prausnitzii in non-inflammatory IBS-like models.Sci Rep. 2016 Jan 18;6:19399.

 

 

 



PUBLICATIONS

State-dependent properties of a new T-type calcium channel blocker enhance Ca(V)3.2 selectivity and support analgesic effects

2013 - Francois A,Kerckhove N,Meleine M,Alloui A,Barrere C,Gelot A,Uebele VN,Renger JJ,Eschalier A,Ardid D,Bourinet E Pain n°154(2) - pp 283-93

Peripheral contribution of NGF and ASIC1a to colonic hypersensitivity in a rat model of irritable bowel syndrome

2013 - Matricon J,Muller E,Accarie A,Meleine M,Etienne M,Voilley N,Busserolles J,Eschalier A,Lazdunski M,Bourdu S,Gelot A,Ardid D Neurogastroenterol Motil n°25(11) - e740-54

Review article: associations between immune activation, intestinal permeability and the irritable bowel syndrome

2012 - Matricon J,Meleine M,Gelot A,Piche T,Dapoigny M,Muller E,Ardid D Aliment Pharmacol Ther n°36(11-12) - pp 1009-31

T-type calcium channels contribute to colonic hypersensitivity in a rat model of irritable bowel syndrome

2011 - Marger F,Gelot A,Alloui A,Matricon J,Ferrer JF,Barrere C,Pizzoccaro A,Muller E,Nargeot J,Snutch TP,Eschalier A,Bourinet E,Ardid D Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A n°108(27) - pp 11268-73

Pharmacological studies of ten medicinal plants used for analgesics purposes in Congo Brazzavile

2011 - Makambila-Koubemba MC,Mbatchi B,Ardid D,Gelot A,Henrion C,Janisson R,Abena AA,Banzouzi JT Int J Pharmacol n°_ - pp _

T-type calcium channels contribute to colonic hypersensitivity in a rat model of irritable bowel syndrome

2011 - Marger F,Gelot A,Alloui A,Matricon J,Ferrer JF,Barrere C,Pizzoccaro A,Muller E,Nargeot J,Snutch TP,Eschalier A,Bourinet E,Ardid D Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A n°108(27) - pp 11268-73

Spinal cord plasticity and acid-sensing ion channels involvement in a rodent model of irritable bowel syndrome

2011 - Matricon J,Gelot A,Etienne M,Lazdunski M,Muller E,Ardid D Eur J Pain n°15(4) - pp 335-43

Impact of relaxation training on the variability of pain psychophysics and psychometrics tests

2009 - Pickering G,gelot A,Boulliau S,Njomgang A,Dubray C J Pain Management n°2(2) - pp 113-7

 
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