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Wednesday, September 24th 2014

ImaGBMC Imaging Mouse Models

Tue, October 14th - Wed, October 15th 2014

Chromatin and Epigenetics : from Omics to Single Cells

Mon, November 24th - Wed, November 26th 2014

New strategies for macromolecular complexes analysis

Wed, November 26th - Fri, November 28th 2014

New strategies for macromolecular complexes analysis

Stem cells: The role of MOF and its complexes

The different action of NSL and MSL complexes on ES cells genome.

June 4, 2014

The team of Laszlo Tora has just highlighted the roles of an enzyme, MOF, in both complexes MSL and NSL, in the growth and differentiation of embryonic stem cells. Published in the journal eLife on June 4th 2014, these results push the frontiers of knowledge on these cells with a very great therapeutic potential.

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Behind totipotency

Nucleus of a 8-cell stage early embryo before (up) and at the time of the bleaching (down). The area targeted by the laser is shown within the white frame.

May 15, 2014

What gives a cell the possibility to be totipotent, i.e. to be able to differentiate into any cell type? The group of Maria Elena Torres Padilla from IGBMC publishes new results to answer this question in the journal Genes & Development on May, 15th. The chromatin and its histone proteins are involved in this property.

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IGBMC call for Group leader positions in Development & Stem Cells

June 11, 2014

The Development and Stem Cells (DSC) Department of IGBMC is recruiting new group leaders with support from the Laboratory of Excellence (LabEx) initiative.

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