Philippe Noirez

Philippe Noirez

UFR des sciences et techniques des activités physiques et sportives de Paris
Brève description: Enseignant-Chercheur
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A propos de moi


  • Responsabilités de diplôme

Le Master Entraînement, Biologie, Nutrition et Santé (EBNS) se transforme en master Physiologie, Activités Physiques Adapatées, Santé, Nutrition (PAPASN) et en master Physiologie de l'Entraînement, de l'Optimisation de la Performance Sportive et de la Nutrition (PEOPSN)

Site M1 Master EBNS

DU Nutrition et Activités Physiques et Sportives

DU Sport Santé

DIU Santé, nutrition, activités physiques et montagne

  • Recherche



UQAM, GRAPA, Laboratoire du muscle et de sa fonction

Plateau "Performance & Metabolism in Mice" (PMM)

  • Congrès

ACAPS 2019 29-31 octobre 2019 à Paris

2ème journée de l'exercice musculaire 21 mars 2018 à Paris

New views on aging 14 et 15 septembre 2017 à Paris

1ère journée de l'exercice musculaire 27 juin 2017 à Paris

  •  Sociétés savantes

SFN, Société Française de Nutrition

ACAPS, Association des Chercheurs en Activités Physiques et Sportives

European Iron Club

European Society for Muscle Research

  • Publications récentes

Srf KO and wild-type mice similarly adapt to endurance exercise

Initial Dietary Protein Intake Influence Muscle Function Adaptations in Older Men and Women Following High-Intensity Interval Training Combined with Citrulline

Alteration of performance in a mouse model of Emery-Dreifuss muscular dystrophy caused by A-type lamins gene mutation

An integrative modeling approach to the age-performance relationship in mammals at the cellular scale

Effect of High-Intensity Interval Training Combined with L-Citrulline Supplementation on Functional Capacities and Muscle Function in Dynapenic-Obese Older Adults

Release and toxicity of adipose tissue-stored TCDD: Direct evidence from a xenografted fat model

Endurance training reduces exercise-induced acidosis and improves muscle function in a mouse model of sickle cell disease

A Mouse Model of Cardiomyopathy Induced by Mutations in the Hemochromatosis HFE Gene

Synergistic effects of citrulline supplementation and exercise on performance in male rats: evidences for implication of  protein and energy metabolisms

Development of a specific index to detect malnutrition in athletes: Validity in weight class or intermittent fasted athletes

Short-term Effects of Diet and Activity Changes on Inflammation and Insulin Resistance.

Age-Related Changes in Locomotor Performance Reveal a Similar Pattern for Caenorhabditis elegans, Mus domesticus, Canis familiaris, Equus caballus, and Homo sapiens

What induces watts in WAT?

Eighty percent of French sport winners in Olympic, World and Europeans competitions have mutations in the hemochromatosis HFE gene

Citrulline counteracts overweight- and aging-related effects on adiponectin and leptin gene expression in rat white adipose tissue

Acute induction of uncoupling protein 1 by citrulline in cultured explants of white adipose tissue from lean and high-fat-diet-fed rats

Citrulline Supplementation Induces Changes in Body Composition and Limits Age-Related Metabolic Changes in Healthy Male Rats.

Prediction of one-repetition maximum from submaximal ratings of perceived exertion in older adults pre- and post-training.

Citrulline reduces glyceroneogenesis and induces fatty acid release in visceral adipose tissue from overweight rats.

Onset of Exercise and Diet Program in Obese Women: Metabolic and Anorexigenic Responses Related to Weight Loss and Physical Capacities.

Learning From Leaders: Life-span Trends in Olympians and Supercentenarians.

Citrulline induces fatty acid release selectively in visceral adipose tissue from old rats.

Effect of citrulline on muscle functions during moderate dietary restriction in healthy adult rats.

Citrulline enhances myofibrillar constituents expression of skeletal muscle and induces a switch in muscle energy metabolism in malnourished aged rats.

  • Presse

Des sportifs à la santé de fer

Quand les mutations genetiques influent sur les performances des athletes

  • Image

muscle en 3D

 Vue en 3 dimensions de fibres musculaires de rat âgé de 3 mois après un immunomarquage anti-laminine (en vert) et anti-RECA1(en rouge)



Muscle en 3D