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Seminar of Dr Martine DECOVILLE
Drosophila at the CBM: at the Chemistry/Biology/Physics interface
Seminar of Dr Fabrice ARMOUGOM
Contribution of bioinformatics for deciphering taxonomic and functional biodiversity of marine environments
Defense for the Habilitation to Supervise Research of Tetyana MILOJEVIC
Wednesday March 15, 2023 at 12:30 p.m. at the Charles Sadron Amphitheater, CNRS, Orléans.
Seminar of Dr Anna CAMPALANS - March 10, 2023
"Expected and less expected effects of OGG1 competitive inhibitors"
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Raman spectroscopy for detecting biomolecules below surface of Mars
Encouraging results for the search for life on Mars: biomolecules mixed with minerals and exposed to Martian conditions, simulated outside the International Space Station, have been detected by Raman spectroscopy after 469 days of exposure.
Truly life materials?
How is life in 3D-printable Engineered Living Materials? CBM researchers answered this question by confocal imaging at single cell resolution of several biomarkers on engineered eukaryotic cell Saccharomyces cerevisiae associated with Pluronic F-127 hydrogel.
The League Against Cancer supports research carried out at the CBM and the INEM
A check for €146,000 was officially awarded to 6 research teams from CBM and INEM
2023, February 10 – Seminar of doctor Frédéric TARAN
"Chimie click et chimie bioorthogonale pour l’exploration du vivant"
Setting the geological scene for the origin of life and continuing open questions about its emergence
Life emerged on a planet Earth, whose environmental conditions were very different to those of the Earth today. In this context, our paper describes the basic ingredients that existed on the early Earth as a recipe for prebiotic chemists. We also evoke the open questions concerning the origin of life.
2023, February 3 - Seminar of doctor Serge BIRMAN
"Mechanisms of α-synuclein neurotoxicity in Parkinson's disease, a study in the Drosophila model"
2023, January 20 - Seminar of doctor Sofiane EL-KIRAT-CHATEL
A closer look at microbes: deciphering the role of their surface to better prevent contaminations
Eva Jakab Toth has received the “Rudolf Fabinyi” Prize of the Hungarian Chemical Society
This prize recognizes her engagement and her activities, via long-term collaborations with Hungarian scientists, in favor of chemical research in Hungary.
Bispidines and manganese: a winning couple
Today manganese(II) is the most promising candidate to replace gadolinium towards safer and more biocompatible MRI contrast agents. However, its selective complexation versus other essential metal ions, such as zinc, remains very challenging
Marcin Suskiewicz, research fellow at the CBM, obtained an ERC Starting 2022 grant
To understand SUMOylation, a reaction that regulates the functions of many proteins