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    Center for Integrative Biology

    The Center for Integrative Biology in Toulouse (CBI Toulouse) regroups five research departments that form a strong pole in post-genomic biology, with a total of about 400 researchers.

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    The new CBI building is coming out of the ground !

    By 2020, the CBI will benefit from new premises, designed and built in close cooperation with users.This operation is part of a funding "Toulouse Campus" f...


     

    Scientific conference "Les Ouvertures de l'UPS"

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    The adult stem cell strategy to escape programmed death

    Adult stem cells ensure constant renewal of tissues, such as skin, intestine, blood and some neural tissues, to compensate for the accumulation of stress a...

    Fruit flies can transmit their sexual preferences culturally

    Researchers from the CNRS and université Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier (UT3), including Guillaume Isabel from the CRCA-CBI, show that fruit flies possess...

    CBI coordinates the newly approved 'International 4D nucleome' European COST action

    Under the COST programme of the European commission, Kerstin Bystricky at CBI-Toulouse will coordinate the European consortium on 'International 4D nucleom...

    A new light on DNA segregation in bacteria

    The molecular machine that segregates DNA in bacteria relies on the assembly of several hundreds of ParB proteins. Along with the imaging and capture of th...

    Kerstin Bystricky of the LBME and international experts in the field of dynamics and structural genomics are calling for the development of standards for 3...

    Are bees also victims of their intelligence?

    To forage, bees show amazing cognitive abilities. But pesticides, heavy metals and other stressors attack communication between neurons, foraging is disrup...

    UTSA oct2018

    A prospective visit of a delegation from the University of Texas San Antonio (USA), on October 10, 2018On October 8, 2018, the Federal University of Toulou...

    Cell migration in the asymmetric brain of fish

    During embryogenesis or in the context of tumor invasion, cells must integrate surrounding signals to coordinate their migration, but this process remains ...

    The histone code in response to DNA double-strand breaks

    The appearance of double-strand breaks in DNA can lead to different neurological diseases and cancers. Thomas Clouaire, Coline Arnould, Marion Aguirrebengo...

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