Rapport d’évaluation EN

IGBMC - Institut de génétique et de biologie moléculaire et cellulaire

Type : Rapport d’évaluation d’une entité de recherche
Campagne d'évaluation : 2016-2017 (vague C) - Publié le : 11/09/2017
Établissement(s) concerné(s) : Université de Strasbourg , Centre national de la recherche scientifique - CNRS , Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale - INSERM
Domaine(s) disciplinaire(s) de recherche : Sciences de la vie et de la terre (SVE); SVE2 Biologie Cellulaire, Imagerie, Biologie Moléculaire, Biochimie, Génomique, Biologie Systémique, Développement, Biologie Structurale; SVE5 Physiologie, Physiopathologie, Cardiologie, Pharmacologie, Endocrinologie, Cancer, Technologies Médicales
Domaine(s) scientifique(s) : 5 - Biologie, medecine et santé
Panel (ERC) : LS1 Molecular and Structural Biology and Biochemistry: molecular biology, biochemistry, biophysics, structural biology, biochemistry of signal transduction;
Nom des équipes de l'unité : E1 - Quantitative biology of cellular homeostasis; E2 - Roles of retinoic acid in nervous system development and physiology; E3 - Differenciationon and physiopathology of endocrine cells in the pancreas and intestine; E4 - In vivo cellular plasticity and direct reprogramming; E5 - Molecular biology of B cells; E6 - Signal transduction in metabolism and in'ammation; E7 - Cell physics; E8 - Cell biology of genome integrity; E9 - Cell cycle and ubiquitin signaling; E10 - Dynamics of chromatin structure and transcription regulation; E11- Mechano-genetic interplays and embryonic morphogenesis; E12 - Genome expression and repair; E13 - Structure and function of the general transcription factor TFIID; E14 - Immune and neural development; E15 - Chromatin and epigenetic regulation; E16 - Hematopoiesis and leukemogenesis in the mouse; E17 - Pathogenesis of in'ammatory diseases; E18 - Differenciationon and physiopathology of endocrine cells in the pancreas and intestine; E19 - Pathophysiological function of nuclear receptor signaling; E20 - Protein networks and complexes regulating eukaryotic mRNA decay; E21 - Spatial organisation of the genome; E22 - Molecular and cellular biology of breast cancer; E23 - Structural biology of epigenetic targets; E24 - Biocomputing; E25 - Biomolecular nuclear magnetic resonance; E26 - Large complexes involved in gene expression; E27 - Chromatin stability and DNA mobility; E28 - Molecular basis of chromatin and transcription regulation; E29 - Architecture of nucleoprotein systems by 3-D electron microscopy; E30 - Viral oncoproteins and domain-motif networks; E31 - Regulation of transcription; E32 - Ribosomes; E33 - Molecular basis for protein synthesis by the ribosome; E34 - RNA diseases; E35 - Genetics and pathophysiology of neurodevelopmental and eileptogenic disorders; E36 - Regulation of cortical development in health and disease; E37 - Physiopathology of aneuploidy, gene dosage effect and Down syndrome; E38 - Pathophysiology of neuromuscular diseases; E39 - Fundamental and pathophysiological mechanisms implicated in recessive ataxia; E40 - Genetic basis of cognitive disorders; SC1 - Mouse clinical institute-PHENOMIN; SC2 - Biostructure-FRISBI; SC3 - Genomeast; SC4 - High-throughput cell-based screening; SC5 - Imaging center; SC6 - Proteomic; SC7 - Animal house; SC8 -Baculovirus expression facility; SC8 -Baculovirus expression facility; SC9 - Cell culture; SC10 - Flow cytometry; SC10 - Flow cytometry; SC11- Mediaprep; SC12 - Molecular biology and virus facility; SC13 - Monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies facility; SC14 - Peptide synthesis facility; SC14 - Peptide synthesis facility; SC15 - Zebrafish facility
Mots clés : biologie moléculaire; biologie cellulaire; biologie structurale; biologie intégrative; biologie systémique; SVE3

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