Daniel Coutandin, PhD

Title(s)Associate Specialist, Biochemistry and Biophysics
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address600 16th St
San Francisco CA 94158
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    Goethe University, Frankfurt, GermanyDr. phil. nat.10/2014Biochemistry
    Goethe University, Frankfurt, GermanyDiploma09/2009Biochemistry
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    University of California San Francisco2017  - 2019HFSP Postdoctoral Fellowship
    Goethe University (Frankfurt, Germany)2014PhD in Biochemistry ("summa cum laude")
    Goethe University (Frankfurt, Germany)2010  - 2012BIF PhD Fellowship
    Goethe University (Frankfurt, Germany)2009"Procter&Gamble Diplom-Förderpreis" for best diploma work in Biochemistry

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    1. Oocyte DNA damage quality control requires consecutive interplay of CHK2 and CK1 to activate p63. Nat Struct Mol Biol. 2018 03; 25(3):261-269. Tuppi M, Kehrloesser S, Coutandin DW, Rossi V, Luh LM, Strubel A, Hötte K, Hoffmeister M, Schäfer B, De Oliveira T, Greten F, Stelzer EHK, Knapp S, De Felici M, Behrends C, Klinger FG, Dötsch V. PMID: 29483652.
      View in: PubMed   Mentions: 36     Fields:    Translation:HumansAnimalsCells
    2. Control mechanisms in germ cells mediated by p53 family proteins. J Cell Sci. 2017 Aug 09. Gebel J, Tuppi M, Krauskopf K, Coutandin D, Pitzius S, Kehrloesser S, Osterburg C, Dötsch V. PMID: 28794013.
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    3. Mechanism of TAp73 inhibition by ?Np63 and structural basis of p63/p73 hetero-tetramerization. Cell Death Differ. 2016 12; 23(12):1930-1940. Gebel J, Luh LM, Coutandin D, Osterburg C, Löhr F, Schäfer B, Frombach AS, Sumyk M, Buchner L, Krojer T, Salah E, Mathea S, Güntert P, Knapp S, Dötsch V. PMID: 27716744.
      View in: PubMed   Mentions: 15     Fields:    Translation:HumansAnimalsCells
    4. Quality control in oocytes by p63 is based on a spring-loaded activation mechanism on the molecular and cellular level. Elife. 2016 03 14; 5. Coutandin D, Osterburg C, Srivastav RK, Sumyk M, Kehrloesser S, Gebel J, Tuppi M, Hannewald J, Schäfer B, Salah E, Mathea S, Müller-Kuller U, Doutch J, Grez M, Knapp S, Dötsch V. PMID: 27021569.
      View in: PubMed   Mentions: 21     Fields:    Translation:AnimalsCells
    5. Analysis of the oligomeric state and transactivation potential of TAp73a. Cell Death Differ. 2013 Aug; 20(8):1008-16. Luh LM, Kehrloesser S, Deutsch GB, Gebel J, Coutandin D, Schäfer B, Agostini M, Melino G, Dötsch V. PMID: 23538419.
      View in: PubMed   Mentions: 24     Fields:    Translation:HumansCells
    6. Quality control in oocytes: domain-domain interactions regulate the activity of p63. . 2011 Jun 15; 10(12):1884-5. Deutsch GB, Zielonka EM, Coutandin D, Dötsch V. PMID: 21555912.
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    7. DNA damage in oocytes induces a switch of the quality control factor TAp63a from dimer to tetramer. Cell. 2011 Feb 18; 144(4):566-76. Deutsch GB, Zielonka EM, Coutandin D, Weber TA, Schäfer B, Hannewald J, Luh LM, Durst FG, Ibrahim M, Hoffmann J, Niesen FH, Sentürk A, Kunkel H, Brutschy B, Schleiff E, Knapp S, Acker-Palmer A, Grez M, McKeon F, Dötsch V. PMID: 21335238.
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    8. Tracing the protectors path from the germ line to the genome. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010 Aug 31; 107(35):15318-25. Coutandin D, Ou HD, Löhr F, Dötsch V. PMID: 20696896.
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    9. p63 and p73, the ancestors of p53. Cold Spring Harb Perspect Biol. 2010 Sep; 2(9):a004887. Dötsch V, Bernassola F, Coutandin D, Candi E, Melino G. PMID: 20484388.
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    10. Conformational stability and activity of p73 require a second helix in the tetramerization domain. Cell Death Differ. 2009 Dec; 16(12):1582-9. Coutandin D, Löhr F, Niesen FH, Ikeya T, Weber TA, Schäfer B, Zielonka EM, Bullock AN, Yang A, Güntert P, Knapp S, McKeon F, Ou HD, Dötsch V. PMID: 19763140.
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