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    New Group Leaders

    The Centre for Integrative Biology of Toulouse (CBI) launches its annual call for the recruitment of new group leaders. All the information is here...


    The CBI International PhD Call - PhD recruitment

    The Centre for Integrative Biology of Toulouse (CBI) is offering thesis positions to hire highly motivated students interested in pursuing a 3 years PhD.Vi...

    Congratulations to Guy Theraulaz of the CRCA, winner of the 80|Prime call for projects for his ALTHEA project

    This call for projects aims to support and strengthen interdisciplinarity between CNRS institutes.ALTHEA projectExperimental analysis and modeling of colle...

    Mouse heterochromatin resembles a ball of adhesive tape

    Genomes are spatially separated into active domains, euchromatin, and inactive domains, heterochromatin. The latter is more compact than the surrounding ch...

    Congratulations to Gaëlle Legube !

    The CNRS silver medal was awarded to Gaëlle Legube, Research Director at the CNRS, in charge of the "Chromatin and DNA repair" team at the LBCMCP.The silv...

    Femmes en sciences au café du Quai des Savoirs

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    Yeast cohesins regulate the formation of chromatin loops in metaphase

    The three-dimensional organization of chromosomes must be regulated to ensure the proper functioning of biological processes such as transcription, DNA rep...

    RNA Surveillance in the third domain of life

    Archaea, the third domain of living organisms, alongside eukaryotes and bacteria, are now considered to be essential models for studying the molecular mech...

    REGISTRATION to the International Symposium on Plasmid Biology (Sept 6-11, 2020) are OPEN

    We are pleased to invite you to attend Plasmid Biology 2020  organised by the CBI-Toulouse, at the University of Toulouse III- Paul Sabatier, France in Se...

    Towards a better understanding of the molecular mechanisms that control fertility

    The LSD1 protein is a key chromatin regulator and its absence causes infertility. However, the functions of LSD1 in the ovaries are poorly characterized.Re...

    Collective intelligence in the face of nutritional challenges in ants

    A study led by Audrey Dussutour (CRCA/CBI)  in collaboration with Eniko Csata (CRCA/CBI) and Jacques Gautrais (CRCA/CBI), published in Current Biology, de...

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