Haematopoiesis & Immunity in Drosophila

Michelle Crozatier-borde

Marc Haenlin


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Team members

  Researcher
  • Vanessa Gobert
  • Marc Haenlin
  • Fernando Roch
  • Michelle Crozatier-borde
  • Laurence Dubois
  • Jean-louis Frendo
  • Nathalie Vanzo
  • Alain Vincent
  • Francois Chassagne
  Associate professor
  • Gaelle Le breton
  Technical staff
  • Benoit Augé-duboé
  • Yannick Carrier
  • Amelie Destenabes
  • Julien Favier
  • Caroline Monod
  • Aurore Pelletier
  Postdoctoral fellow
  • Ismael Morin-poulard
  PhD student
  • Xiaohui Liu
  • Douaa Moussalem
  • Delhia Gigan
  • Yushun Tian
  Master student
  • Kylia Hautchamp
  • Leonie Gargouil

Presentation

We have a long-standing interest in understanding hematopoiesis using Drosophila melanogaster as a model system. By combining multidisciplinary and integrated approaches encompassing Development, Genetics, Cell Biology and Molecular Biology, we aim at elucidating how blood cell development/formation is orchestrated and modulated under normal and pathological situations. Particularly, we aim at understanding how homeostatic blood cell production is regulated under normal conditions and in response to an immune stress. This includes determining how blood cell fates are specified, which mechanisms control the blood cell progenitor population maintenance versus defferentiation, the dialogues between micro-environment/niche cells and these progenitors, and how an emergency hematopoiesis is induced in response to parasite infestations in order to develop an adapted cellular immune response.

Keywords : Hematopoiesis, microenvironment/niche, lymph gland, stem-progenitor cells, blood cells, cardiac/vascular cells, Drosophila, signaling pathways, regulatory networks, cell plasticity.

 

 

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Université Paul Sabatier
118 Route de Narbonne

31062 TOULOUSE Cedex
France

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