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The LBMC aims to characterise the molecular bases underlying the organisation and functioning of cellular processes in normal and pathological conditions. The laboratory develops genetic and quantitative analyses of biological systems, systems biology and modelling approaches. Teams strive to integrate different aspects of cellular life: cell division, architecture, proliferation and differentiation, tissue integration, regulation of gene expression, epigenetics, structure and interaction of biomolecules. More info

 
 
Agenda

Coming defenses

Last defenses

Internal seminars

  • Oct 18, 2019 Emiliano RICCI

    Equipe Ricci - Salle des Thèses

  • Oct 25, 2019 *

    Equipe Bernard - Salle des Thèses

External seminars

 
 
Press releases
This year's lab retreat was in the Ardèche region
Check out recent Science article from Delattre team. In this nematode species, males are needed for (...)
Le LBMC répond présent !
 
 
Offers
Oct 04, 2019 A position AI/ IE is available in the Quantitative regulatory genomics team (M. Francesconi)
Sep 27, 2019 A position IE level (ANR funding) is available in the Chromatin dynamics and chromosome architectur (...)
May 29, 2019 Date limite de candidature : 7 Juin 2019
Apr 10, 2019 Equipe d'Emiliano Ricci
Jan 09, 2018 Eligible researchers invited to express their interest
Last Publications
2019 Fabrizio P & al, Cells Histone Methylation and Memory of Environmental (...) C (...)
2019 Grosmaire M & al, Science Males as somatic investment in a parthenogenetic (...) W (...)
2018 Jost D & Vaillant C, Nucleic Acids Res Epigenomics in 3D: importance of long-range (...) R (...)
2018 Szabo Q & al, Sci Adv TADs are 3D structural units of higher-order (...) D (...)
2018 Issa A & al, Autophagy The lysosomal membrane protein LAMP2A promotes (...) T (...)
2019 Beurton F & al, Nucleic Acids Research Physical and functional interaction between (...) T (...)