MICROBIOLOGIE, ADAPTATION ET PATHOGéNIE Laboratoire MAP UMR5240

The laboratory is a joint research unit associating the CNRS (UMR5240), Claude Bernard Lyon 1 University  and INSA of Lyon (University of Lyon), together with our industrial partner, around a common interest for the mechanisms of adaptation and pathogenesis of a large array of cellular microorganisms (archaea, amoebae, bacteria, fungi and yeasts).

Pathogenesis is a specific case of adaptation to a specific environment, that of a living organism: plant, insect, amoeba, man.

Within a campus dedicated to Environmental Biology (LyonTech La Doua), our research unit develops multi-discplinary approaches (biochemistry, genetics, molecular biology as well as various global approaches -genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics -, and mathematical modeling), to generate the integrative knowledge aimed at understanding the mechanisms of phenotypic adaptation in all such microorganisms.

The unit is organised into six research teams focused on different topics, with two transversal axes.

 

Laboratoire - 07/10/2021

Laboratoire - 07/10/2021

Ici, une variation nous faisant passer du micocosme au macrocosme, avec vol aggravé de sucre par bandit en trompe-l'oeuil et cravate blanche.

Laboratoire - 04/10/2021

Laboratoire - 04/10/2021

Laboratoire - 03/10/2021

Laboratoire - 03/10/2021

From outside ! Dr (α) Jekyl and Mister (β) Hyde. NusG homologs regulate transcription and coupled processes in all living organisms. The Escherichia coli (E. coli) two-domain paralogs NusG and RfaH have been shown in a recent Cell paper to bear identical N-terminal domains (NTDs) but dramatically different carboxy-t...

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