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PhD Days & BBQ

July 22 2022

2022 Great moments
PhD Days & I2BC BBQ
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Special thanks to the association of young researchers of I2BC: YouR I2BC, for the organization of 2 great moments of the year 2022

S Thomine Biocell

July 20th, 2022 by Cell Biology Dept

Emergence of a new function after duplication of a metal transporter gene in poplar
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A combination of detailed phylogenetic and functional analyses of a pair of tandem duplicated metal transporter encoding genes uncovers a rare example of neofunctionalization caught in the act.

FX Barre - GEN

July 20th, 2022 by Genome Dept

The Xer activation factor of TLCΦ expands the possibilities for Xer recombination
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A phage-encoded protein known as XafT alters the sequence specificity of a crucial step in the accumulation of pathogenicity in the bacterium Vibrio cholerae. Our recent study investigated this interaction with an NGS-based approach.

transmission electron microscopy for cell biology

July 20th, 2022 by i2bc Facilities

Transmission electron microscopy for cell biology
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deadline registration September 27th

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I2BC scientific Axis 1 seminar

 Auditorium Building 21, Gif-sur-Yvette

Thursday April 14th 11:00  

   “Nuclear self-assembly following vertebrate mitosis”

Alex VON APPEN

See calendar for abstract

Contact: Sophie Zinn-Justin <sophie.zinn@i2bc.paris-saclay.fr>

B3S Department External Seminar

 Auditorium Building 21, Gif-sur-Yvette

Monday May 23rd 11:00  

  

PARP inhibitors Mechanism of Actions and Cancer Treatment Paradigms

Eli ROTHENBERG

New York University School of Medicine

Contact: Jean-Baptiste Charbonnier <jean-baptiste.charbonnier@i2bc.paris-saclay.fr>

Upcoming …  

Virology Department External Seminar

 Conference room building 12 and videoconference, CNRS Gif-sur-Yvette*

Thuesday March 14th 11:00 – 12:00    

Host-microbe interactions: infectious diseases and symbiosis Axis

  

 

ATG5 drives an LC3-associated pathway to counter BST2/Tetherin antiviral functions

Dr Delphine Judith

from Université de Paris, Institut Cochin, laboratoire « Interactions Hôte-Virus »

Contact: Audrey Escaltine

* Pass-Sanitaire is required or ask for link

Cytoskeleton club External Seminar

Visioconference

 Dec 14th 11:30 – 12:30

Tuesday December 14th 11.30 a.m.

Clathrin plaques form mechanotransducing platforms

Stéphane Vassilopoulos

Institute of Myology – INSERM-Sorbonne Université U974 – Paris

Contact for link: Christophe Le Clainche (christophe.leclainche@i2bc.paris-saclay.fr)

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