Institut de biologie intégrative de la cellule
TutelageUniversité Paris-Saclay, CNRS, CEA
Key wordscyanobacteria, archaea, peptidoglycan, mitochondria, deinococcus radiodurans
The Institute of Integrative Cell Biology (I2BC) brings together numerous research teams working on all aspects of the cell, from cell constituents to cell interaction. The institute is divided into five research departments. The first department (B3S) uses many techniques to study biological assemblages at different scales. The Cell Biology department uses numerous eukaryotic models to study the physiological functions of cells. The Department of Genome Biology focuses on the study of genetic material. The Microbiology department is interested in different organisms, such as bacteria, archaea and their viruses, both for their specificities and as models to study biological mechanisms. Finally, the Virology department studies host-virus interactions and processes involved in viral infections.
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Number of publications of the laboratory by scientific field (2016-2021)
Every paper can be classified in one or more scientific fields. The figure below shows the lab's number of publications in each scientific field, according to the ASJC classification (Elsevier)