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BORDE Céline

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Fonction : Doctorant(e)

After my physiology undergraduate degree, I decided to specialize in microbiology.

I have integrated the master's degree in molecular microbiology, pathogenesis and microbial ecology. Following my internship, I started in 2017 a PhD thesis under the supervision of Agnès Rodrigue in the MTSB team.

My thesis subject focuses on the study of the two-component system, ZraPSR. This study examines the molecular function of the ZraPSR system in envelope stress and bacterial resistance to antimicrobials.

My major scientific wep-page link at Research Gate (standard link on left), and my professional web-link at Linked-In.

Publication (as of May 2020). Please see HAL for evolution.

The Two-Component System ZraPSR Is a Novel ESR that Contributes to Intrinsic Antibiotic Tolerance in Escherichia coli

Kevin Rome, Céline Borde, Raleb Taher, Julien Cayron, Christian Lesterlin, Erwan Gueguen, Eve de Rosny, Agnès Rodrigue

Journal of Molecular Biology, Elsevier, 2018, 430 (24), pp.4971-4985. 〈10.1016/j.jmb.2018.10.021〉 

DOI : 10.1016/j.jmb.2018.10.021