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Center for Integrative Biology

Understanding the functioning of living organisms is the ambition of the Centre for Integrative Biology (CBI) in Toulouse. To achieve this goal, the CBI develops multidisciplinary, multi-scale approaches, from isolated molecules to whole organisms and animal societies, and uses numerous model organisms, from bacteria to humans.

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New Group Leaders

The Centre for Integrative Biology of Toulouse (CBI-Toulouse, France)Recruits Group Leaders in Microbiology The Centre for Integrative Biology of Toulouse...


In the blob, aging could be reversible!

How behaviour changes with correlates of age in unicellular organisms remains an open question.The main reason for this might be that single-cell organisms...

The LMGM-CBI is participating to the new indo-french International Research Network (IRN) MIRA

The new International Research Network (IRN) MIRA (Maladies Infectieuses émergentes et Résistance aux Antibiotiques / Emerging Infectious Diseases and An...

Recruitment of research professors at the University Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier

University Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier is hiring three Lecturers in molecular biology, genetics and microbiology, and a Professor in computational integra...

The CBI present at the 25th Brain Week from March 12 to 19

For the 25th edition of the Brain Week, from March 12 to 19, 2023, the Toulouse research institutes and university, including CRCA-CBI teams are involved i...

Quality control of bacterial ribosome assembly by the RNA degradosome

RNA degradosomes are protein complexes that, by processing and degrading RNAs, shape the transcriptome to control gene expression.In many Gram-negative bac...

The CBI welcomes the Pierre Weiss’s team from the Institute of Mathematics of Toulouse!

Pierre Weiss, CNRS researcher at the Toulouse Mathematics Institute, will join the MCD-CBI in January 2023.His research project is at the interface between...

Clément Chapat, laureate of the CBI-external 2022 team call, creates a new team at MCD-CBI in January 2023!

Clément Chapat, CNRS researcher at the Laboratory of Structural Biology of the Cell (Ecole Polytechnique-CNRS) and holder of an ANRJCJC will join the MCD-...

Creation of two emerging teams on January 1, 2023 at CBI!

The CBI is pleased to announce the creation of two new teams by the winners of the 2022 "emergence" call for proposals: the "Oncorib" team led by Célia Pl...

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