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Intership 2019-2020

  • Development of SRM assays for a fast and accurate urinary tract infection diagnosis tool
  • Evaluation of quantification methods by 1D and 2D NMR in biological matrices
  • href="/medias/fichier/ntnu_1570435482676-pdf">Genetic engineering, molecular biology, synthetic biology
  • Bacterial biofilms in porous structures: from biophysics to control.
  • Approche métabolomique pour la mise en évidence de marqueurs d’effet suite à uneexposition aux contaminants émergents chez la moule méditerranéenne
  • Extracellular vesicles and neuroinflammation in Sanfilippo syndrome
  • Proteomic analysis of interaction partners of a specific modified form of histone H3
  • Identification of a monocyte-derived agent regulating the recruitment of Tcells during inflammation.
  • Study of RNA polymerase I in yeast – a super-active enzyme
  • Development of miniaturized lipidomic profiling
  • In vitro study of the effects of nanosecond pulsed electric fields (nsPEF) on giant vesicles and spheroids
  • Structural study of the cytosolic domains of the PhoR sensor of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
  • Experimental validation of candidate competition effectors of cheese-making fungi.
  • Development of a ligand-observed Mass Spectrometry Screening Approach
  • Coordination of envelope biogenesis in bacteria: coupling of an essential outer membrane assembly machinery with envelope integrity factors.
  • Nutritional transitions to more plant proteins and less animalproteins: understanding the induced metabolic reorientations andsearching for proteomics-based biomarkers
  • Inhibition of the DNA double-strand break repair by targeting Ku70/Ku80 with nanobodies.
  • Reconstitution of the Fatty Acid Synthase-II complex, a therapeutictarget in Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
  • Functional and Structural study of protein-protein interactions with an intrinsically disordered protein of yeast involved in cell-wall integrity of fungi.
  • Atomic structure and ligand screening of 4’-phosphopantetheinyl transferases, attractive targets to fight against infectious diseases
  • Spatial organization and dynamics of Mycomembrane-lipids in the cell wall ofMycobacterium smegmatis : a solid state NMR study
  • Mycobacterium tuberculosis capsule organization: Can a-glucan complexes lipids and antibiotics?
  • Metabolic engineering of Escherichia coli for oligosaccharides production
  • Lipidome mapping of Gammarus fossarum
  • Structural study of the bacterial divisome
  • Production, purification, characterization and crystallization of phosphatases of thePAP2 and BacA/UppP families involved in the metabolism of different lipids (C55-P, Lipid A, PGP)in bacteria
  • Evaluation of the role of Mycobacterium tuberculosis lipids as nucleomodulins
  • Semi-rational design of new TB drugs based on the understanding of thecatalytic mechanism of a crucial glycosyltransferase for pathology
  • Implication des enzymes lipolytiques eucaryotes dans le métabolismedes granules lipidiques par des approches de « Gene silencing »
  • Sub-cellular NMR metabolomics of epimetabolites
  • Identification of proteins involved in lipid export in mycobacteria
  • Dissecting the mechanism of heterochromatin formation
  • Student Internship in Discovery Proteomics
  • MacroH2A1, a new gateway between 3D genome architecture and epithelialplasticity
  • Immunomodulatory (glyco)lipid cargos ofbacterial membrane vesicles released by Mycobacterium species
  • Characterization of a novel pathway regulating the skeletal muscle mass using proteomic approaches
  • Active kinome related to LKB1/STRAD complexes
  • Structural studies of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis-related TDP-43 amyloid assemblies
  • Study of the molecular mechanisms of bacterial cell division

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