LBTI

Explore

Analyse the fundamental mechanisms  of extracellular matrix organisation in tissues.

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Understand

Describe and evaluate tissue response to insults.

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Innovate

Propose and test innovative therapeutic approaches.

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NEWS

Tuesday 1 June, 11am

Internal seminar: Eva ROIG ROSELLO (Group Patricia Rousselle) Title to be announced…

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Tuesday 11 may, 11am

Internal seminar: Jean-Daniel MALCOR (ROAD group) « Triple-helical peptides in tissue engineering»

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Tuesday 25 june, 11am

External seminar: Thomas CROUZIER (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Invited by C. Monge) « mucines based hydrogels»

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A new molecular signature to better identify radiosensitive patients

A study co-piloted by researchers from the LGRK (IRCM / CEA-Jacob) and the LBTI (Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1) and carried out on cells from patients who developed severe side effects following radiotherapy, enabled the identification of a new molecular signature of the radiosensitivity of healthy tissues. These results, published in Frontiers in Oncology, show

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A new mechanism regulating wound healing revealed by the LBTI

3 groups of the LBTI worked together to understand how the BMP-1 metalloprotease can regulate cell adhesion and corneal wound healing through the cleavage of the matricellular protein thrombospondin-1. This work is just published in Science Signaling and has been selected to be featured on the journal cover.

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