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Aims. A complete description of the core-collapse supernova mechanism requires an appropriate treatment of both the hydrodynamics and the microphysics. We study the influence of a nuclear physics input, namely the temperature dependence of the nucleon effective mass in nuclei induced by the in-medium effects, in the core-collapse of a massive star. Methods. We present here the first implementation of this nuclear input in a hydrodynamical one-dimensional simulation. The simulations aredoi:10.1051/0004-6361/201118187 fatcat:bjczhsjh7vexlj4qan5xotf55q