27-28 october 2016: Sébastien…
27-28 october 2016: Sébastien Mongrand and Laetitia Fouillen attended in the « journées LipidomYste » in Toulouse.
21 October 2016: Jean-claude Tabet, Emeritus professor in chemistry at University Pierre et Marie Curie gave a seminar invited by laetitia Fouillen LBM-PMB MetaboHub and the FR BIE on « Quelles doivent être les conditions pour que l’ESI/MS devienne un outil puissant pour l’étude des complexes non covalents? Le point de vue de l’homme de l’Art. »
Marie Brault was recruited by the LBM for a one year assistant engineer position to work on plasmodesmata in the context of the ANR project CONNECT coordinated by Manue. All the best, Marie
To orient their growth plants target some proteins to one side of the cell. Valérie, Nicolas, Jérôme, Fred, Sébastien, Patrick and Yohann now reveal in a study published in Nature Communications that cells employ the peculiar lipid composition of one intracellular central hub called trans-Golgi Network (TGN), a post-Golgi compartment that act as a sorting
The LBM welcomes a new researcher with a CNRS position ! After her thesis with Jérôme at the LBM, and a post-doc in Daniel Klionsky’s lab, University of Michigan USA, Amélie Bernard will develop a new project at the LBM on autophagy in plants. All the best for your research!
Christophe Rocher (Ingénieur d’études at the University of Bordeaux) just arrived in the LBM. Welcome !
Journée de spéctrométrie de masse
27-30 September 2016: Laetitia Fouillen participated to the 33rd edition of “Journées de Spectrométrie de Masse” in Bordeaux, where she present a poster « Lipidomics workflow to study the natural variability of palm oil”. Laetitia have also work on the local organizing committee for the congress.
Aimez vous les lipides de plantes? Camille Delude , Jérôme Joubès, and Frédéric Domergue of the LBM contribute to a chapter entitled « Plant Surface Lipids and Epidermis Development » in the book « Lipids in Plant and Algae Development » Yuki Nakamura • Yonghua Li-Beisson Editors.
The LBM welcomes Sylvain Kenan on MetaboHub contract for 6 months to develop sphingolipidomic analysis. Good luck in your job !
Yohann and Patrick have organized the 19th ENPER (European Network for Plant Endomembrane Research) meeting in Bordeaux from August 30 to September 02 – 2016. ENPER is the first and oldest international conference on plant membranes research (created in 1996 by Pr. David Robinson). This year, about 120 scientists gathered essentially from Europe but also