Dr Pierre Osteil

Conjoint Lecturer
Children's Medical Research Institute (CMRI)


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Research interests

My interests are mainly focused on developmental biology and trying to unsderstand how pluripotent cells make their choice among the three primitive germ layers.

To achieve this goal, I study mouse embryonic stem cells and human induced pluripotent stem cells differentiation molecular regulation. Since 2014, I have allocated more effort to understand endodermal derivatives formation (e.g. the gastro-intestinal tract).

Teaching and supervision

I am currently teaching two courses:

Reproduction, Development and Disease PHSI3010: “Endoderm Development”

Lecturer: Cells and Development HSTO3003: “Mouse as a model”

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Savatier, P., Osteil, P., Tam, P. (2017). Pluripotency of embryo-derived stem cells from rodents, lagomorphs, and primates: Slippery slope, terrace and cliff. Stem Cell Research, 19, 104-112. [More Information]
  • Tapponnier, Y., Afanassieff, M., Aksoy, I., Aubry, M., Moulin, A., Medjani, L., Bouchereau, W., Mayere, C., Osteil, P., et al (2017). Reprogramming of rabbit induced pluripotent stem cells toward epiblast and chimeric competency using Kruppel-like factors. Stem Cell Research, 24, 106-117. [More Information]
  • Osteil, P., Moulin, A., Santamaria, C., Joly, T., Jouneau, L., Aubry, M., Tapponnier, Y., Archilla, C., Schmaltz-Panneau, B., Lecardonnel, J., et al (2016). A Panel of Embryonic Stem Cell Lines Reveals the Variety and Dynamic of Pluripotent States in Rabbits. Stem cell reports, 7(3), 383-398. [More Information]

2017

  • Savatier, P., Osteil, P., Tam, P. (2017). Pluripotency of embryo-derived stem cells from rodents, lagomorphs, and primates: Slippery slope, terrace and cliff. Stem Cell Research, 19, 104-112. [More Information]
  • Tapponnier, Y., Afanassieff, M., Aksoy, I., Aubry, M., Moulin, A., Medjani, L., Bouchereau, W., Mayere, C., Osteil, P., et al (2017). Reprogramming of rabbit induced pluripotent stem cells toward epiblast and chimeric competency using Kruppel-like factors. Stem Cell Research, 24, 106-117. [More Information]

2016

  • Osteil, P., Moulin, A., Santamaria, C., Joly, T., Jouneau, L., Aubry, M., Tapponnier, Y., Archilla, C., Schmaltz-Panneau, B., Lecardonnel, J., et al (2016). A Panel of Embryonic Stem Cell Lines Reveals the Variety and Dynamic of Pluripotent States in Rabbits. Stem cell reports, 7(3), 383-398. [More Information]

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