Cell SIgnaling lab -

ENS LYON

 

Plant growth and development are regulated by interactions between the environment and endogenous developmental programs. The “Cell Signaling” lab is interested in identifying the molecular and cellular mechanisms behind signal transduction and cell-cell communication in plants. We use Arabidopsis thaliana, an ideal organism for integrative biology, genetics and molecular investigations of signaling networks.


The “Cell Signaling” lab is composed of three groups that study cell signaling with an emphasis on receptor kinases and intracellular trafficking:



Retromer in plant development


Self-Incompatibility signaling


Receptor kinase signaling




You will find in these pages information on our research projects, our team members and plenty of other information for understanding, who we are, what we are doing and how to contact and join us!

What are the mechanismS behind cell-cell communication in plants?

Cell Signaling lab

RDP - ENS Lyon - 46 Allee d’italie

69364 Lyon cedex 07 - France

Web Site : Yvon Jaillais

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last update October 2014

For job and internship opportunities in the cell signaling lab follow this link


We have a founded postdoc position: PostdocANR2014.pdf