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  • Institute
    Posted the 03/11/2016
    The Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR) has selected projects from the teams of Roland LE BORGNE, Denis CHRETIEN and Gwenaël RABUT, in the context of the very competitive ANR 2016 call for proposals.
    Projects from 3 teams selected by ANR Posted the 03/11/2016 The Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR) has selected projects from the teams of Roland LE BORGNE, Denis CHRETIEN and Gwenaël RABUT, in the context of the very competitive ANR 2016 call for proposals. Read more
  • Scientific discovery
    Posted the 28/09/2016
    Essential components of our cells, microtubules resize permanently. One of the secrets of this dynamic instability resides in the stabilizing cap present at the tips of these structures. Led by scientists from the IGDR, a European collaboration revealed the architecture of this cap at the molecular level, as well as the conformational changes that take place in this key region of the microtubule. This work is published in Nature Cell Biology.
    Gold at microtubule tips Posted the 28/09/2016 Essential components of our cells, microtubules resize permanently. One of the secrets of this dynamic instability resides in the stabilizing cap present at the tips of these structures. Led by scientists from the IGDR, a European collaboration revealed the architecture of this cap at the molecular level, as well as the conformational changes that take place in this key region of the microtubule. This work is published in Nature Cell Biology. Read more
  • Scientific discovery
    Posted the 03/06/2016
    The dogs could have been domesticated independently in eastern and western Eurasia from distinct populations of wolves. This is what reveals a study with the contribution of Christopher HITTE from "Dog Genetics" group. Publication in Science.
    Rethinking the Origin of Dogs Posted the 03/06/2016 The dogs could have been domesticated independently in eastern and western Eurasia from distinct populations of wolves. This is what reveals a study with the contribution of Christopher HITTE from "Dog Genetics" group. Publication in Science. Read more

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