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[ April 25, 2018] Jérôme Joubès and Frédéric Domergue from the surface lipids team contributed to a chapter entitled "Biosynthesis of the plant cuticle" in the handbook of hydrocabon and lipid microbiology, in which they present the molecular and biochemical characterization of the main enzymes catalyzing the major steps in cuticular compound biosynthesis in plants (DOI : 10.1007/978-3-319-54529-5_8-1).

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[April 20, 2018] Amélie Bernard participated in the recently published study of the post-transcriptional control of autophagy by XRN1 in collaboration with the Klionsky Lab (Delorme-Axford et al., Autophagy, 2018).
In yeast, deletion of XRN1 enhances autophagy and the frequency of autophagosome formation. Loss of Xrn1 results in the upregulation of autophagy-related (ATG) transcripts under nutrient-replete conditions, and this effect is dependent on the ribonuclease activity of Xrn1. In mammalian cells, siRNA depletion of XRN1 enhances autophagy and the replication of 2 picornaviruses.
Check it out : https://doi.org/10.1080/15548627.2018.1441648

CNRS Bronze Medal Award

Emmanuelle Bayer responsible for the LBM team "Plasmodesmata mediated intercellular communication" was awarded bronze medal of the cnrs for his work.
Congratulations Mannue !!

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Frederic Domergue and Franziska Dittrich, together with Magdalena Miklaszewska and Antoni Banas from the University of Gdansk in Poland published a paper in Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology entitled "Wax synthase MhWS2 from Marinobacter hydrocarbonoclasticus : substrate specificity and biotechnological potential for wax ester production" (DOI : 10.1007/s00253-018-8878-8)." ICON survives...

Miklaszewska M., Dittrich-Domergue F., Banaś A. and Domergue F. (2018) Wax synthase MhWS2 from Marinobacter hydrocarbonoclasticus : substrate specificity and biotechnological potential for wax ester production.
Accepted in Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology