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Past seminars

Seminar of the UGSF - 24th of march 2017

SEMINAR "The role of Protein Phosphorylation and protein-protein interactions in regulating starch biosynthesis"
Speaker : Pr Michael J. EMES, University of Guelph, Canada Invited Professor of (...)

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Weekly seminar of the UGSF - 30 june 2017

WEEKLY SEMINAR
"Bioorthogonal chemical reporter strategy for the study of lignification processes in flax"
Speaker : Clémence SIMON, PhD student
of the team "Glycobiologie structurales des (...)

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Séminaire hebdomadaire de l’UGSF - 23 juin 2017

WEEKLY SEMINAR
"Should we search for the origins of the chloroplast out of the ocean ?"
Speaker : Philippe DESCHAMPS
Invited by the team
" Génétique microbienne"
On the 23h of june 2017 at (...)

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Séminaire hebdomadaire de l’UGSF - 09 juin 2017

WEEKLY SEMINAR
" Bioengineering of glycosyltransferases : study of the structure-function relationship of sialytransferases"
By : Maxence NOEL, PhD Student
From the University Lille 1 - (...)

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Weekly seminar of the UGSF - 19th of may 2017

WEEKLY SEMINAR OF THE UGSF
"Grb14, Guardian of the metabolic and structural integrity of the liver"
Speaker : Anne-Françoise BURNOL
From the (...)

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Weekly seminar of the’UGSF - 05th of may 2017

Weekly seminar
" Isolation and characterization of mutants corresponding to the MENA, MENB, MENC and MENE enzymatic dteps of 5’-monohydroxyphylloquinone biosynthesis in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii" (...)

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Seminar of the UGSF - 10th march 2017

SEMINAIRE HEBDOMADAIRE DE L’UGSF
"Presentation of the TISBio platform : Image and Signal Processing for Biology "
By Corentin SPRIET
From the team "O-GlcNacylation, signalisation et cycle (...)

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Séminaire hebdomadaire de l’UGSF - 03 février 2017

SEMINAIRE HEBDOMADAIRE DE L’UGSF
"Assessing the effect of Single Nucleotide Variants on the expression of key human genes"
Animé par
Merlin Crossley, University of New South Wales, Sydney, (...)

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