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  • Lundi 23 Octobre 2017 - Séminaire Orateur(s) : Eric D. Siggia (Rockefeller University, NY, USA)

    Exploring embryonic patterning with colonies of human embryonic stem cells

    Human embryonic stem cells when confined within two dimensional micropatterns with diameters in the 0.5-1mm range and subject to uniform Wnt or BMP stimulation, will spontaneously form radially symmetric spatial patterns that recapitulate the proximal-distal axis of the mammalian embryo at the ti...

  • Mardi 24 Octobre 2017 - Séminaire Orateur(s) : Will WOOD (Faculty of Biomedical Sciences - University of Bristol, UK)

    Detecting death and damage; understanding macrophage migration in vivo

    Professor Will Wood received a Ph.D. in Developmental Biology from University College London before moving to Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia, Portugal, to work as a postdoctoral fellow. In 2006 he started his own research laboratory in the Department of Biology and Biochemistry at the University...

  • Jeudi 2 Novembre 2017 - Séminaire Orateur(s) : Benoit BRUNEAU (Institute of Cardiovascular Disease, Professor of Pediatrics, UCSF)

    Transcriptional regulation of heart formation


  • Vendredi 17 Novembre 2017 - Séminaire Orateur(s) : Magali OLIVIER

    Séminaire Dr Magali OLIVIER

    Les signatures mutationnelles de sous-types moléculaires de tumeurs du sein dans l'étude PRECAMA (Premenopausal Breast Cancer in Latin American Women).

  • Vendredi 24 Novembre 2017 - Séminaire Orateur(s) : Sara Sigismund (IFOM, Fondazione Istituto FIRC di Oncologia Molecolare)

    ER-PM contact sites control EGFR endocytosis and signaling

    The integration of distinct endocytic routes is critical to regulate receptor signaling. A non-clathrin endocytic pathway (NCE) of the epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) is activated at high ligand concentrations, in parallel to clathrin-mediated endocytosis (CME). EGFR-NCE requires receptor...

  • Mercredi 13 Décembre 2017 - Séminaire Orateur(s) : Kai Simons (Max Planck Institute for Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics Dresden, Germany)

    Can lipidomics be used to measure health and disease?

    Cell membranes have developed a tremendous complexity of lipids and proteins geared to perform the functions cells require. To facilitate these functions, the bilayer has evolved the propensity to segregate its constituents laterally. This capability is based on dynamic liquid-liquid immiscibilit...

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