Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

Personal tools


Understanding cells to make sense of life

Logo ENS Logo CNRS
Logo UCBL Logo Inserm Logo HCL
You are here: Home

The Laboratory

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


Last defenses

Internal seminars

External seminars

Press releases
Check out recent Science article from Delattre team. In this nematode species, males are needed for (...)
Le LBMC répond présent !
eLife publication: Bernard group
Apr 10, 2019 Equipe d'Emiliano Ricci
Jan 09, 2018 Eligible researchers invited to express their interest
Last Publications
2019 Carrasco-Salas Y & al, Nucleic Acids Res The extruded non-template strand determines the (...) T (...)
2018 Scholtes C & al, Sci Rep DRP-1-mediated apoptosis induces muscle (...) M (...)
2019 Francesconi M & al, eLife Single cell RNA-seq identifies the origins of (...)
2018 Van Den Brink D & al, PLoS Genet Physiological and pathological roles of (...) I (...)
2018 Jost D & Vaillant C, Nucleic Acids Res Epigenomics in 3D: importance of long-range (...) R (...)
2018 Noncoding RNA Strengths and Weaknesses of the Current (...) R (...)