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Institut de biologie intégrative de la cellule

Laboratory presentation

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.

The 20 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
Novel liposome-like assemblies composed of phospholipid-porphyrin conjugates with photothermal and photodynamic activities against bacterial biofilms Rayene Benmahmoudi, Christophe Regeard 07/25/22 International Journal of Pharmaceutics
Structure of proteins under pressure: Covalent binding effects of biliverdin on β-lactoglobulin Laïla Sago, David Cornu 07/05/22 Biophysical Journal
Structural basis for peptide recognition by archaeal oligopeptide permease A Patrick Forterre 07/01/22 Proteins: Structure, Function and Genetics
Immobilization of Orange Carotenoid Protein on mesoporous silica SBA-15 for the development of photoactivable nanodevices Adjélé Wilson, Diana Kirilovsky 07/01/22 Microporous and Mesoporous Materials
Tracking N-terminal protein processing from the Golgi to the chromatophore of a rhizarian amoeba Thierry Meinnel 07/01/22 Plant Physiology
A kaleidoscope of photosynthetic antenna proteins and their emerging roles Fernando Muzzopappa, Simona Streckaité, Diana Kirilovsky, Bruno Robert 07/01/22 Plant Physiology
Characterization of a small tRNA-binding protein that interacts with the archaeal proteasome complex Marie Claire Daugeron, Tamara Basta 07/01/22 Molecular Microbiology
Molecular and Cellular Analysis of the Repair of Zebrafish Optic Tectum Meninges following Laser Injury Yan Jaszczyszyn, Mickaël Bourge 07/01/22 Cells
The Xer activation factor of TLCΦ expands the possibilities for Xer recombination Solange Miele, James Iain Provan, Justine Vergne, Christophe Possoz, Françoise Ochsenbein, Francois Xavier Barre 06/24/22 Nucleic Acids Research
Structure-based model of fucoxanthin-chlorophyll protein complex: Calculations of chlorophyll electronic couplings Bruno Robert 06/21/22 Journal of Chemical Physics
Comprehensive analysis of cis- and transacting factors affecting ectopic Break-Induced Replication Marie Claude Marsolier 06/21/22 PLoS Genetics
Editorial: Roles of Regulatory RNAs in Bacterial Pathogens Olga Soutourina 06/15/22 Frontiers in Microbiology
Multicompartment Vesicles: A Key Intermediate Structure in Polymerization-Induced Self-Assembly of Graft Copolymers Ana Andreea Arteni, Claire Boulogne 06/14/22 Macromolecules
Corrigendum: An Immunomodulatory Transcriptional Signature Associated With Persistent Listeria Infection in Hepatocytes Kevin Gorrichon 06/14/22 Frontiers in cellular and infection microbiology
Limitations of gamete sequencing for crossover analysis Denise Zickler 06/09/22 Nature
Gel-like inclusions of C-terminal fragments of TDP-43 sequester stalled proteasomes in neurons Frédéric Frottin 06/07/22 EMBO Reports
The TKFC Ala185Thr variant, reported as ‘null’ for fructose metabolism, is fully active as triokinase Brigitte Meunier 06/01/22 FEBS Letters
Interaction of picolinamide fungicide primary metabolites UK-2A and CAS-649 with the cytochrome bc<inf>1</inf> complex Qi site: mutation effects and modelling in Saccharomyces cerevisiae Brigitte Meunier 06/01/22 Pest Management Science
Probing the proton release by Photosystem II in the S<inf>1</inf> to S<inf>2</inf> high-spin transition Alain Boussac 06/01/22 Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Bioenergetics
Autophagy facilitates mitochondrial network rebuilding after heat stress in the nematode C. elegans Romane Leboutet, Renaud Legouis 06/01/22 Medecine/sciences

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)