Home

IPBS

Toulouse

Better understanding towards better therapeutics in Cancer, Infection and Inflammation.

Featured publications (2023-2024)

Rozario*, Pinilla* et al. (2024) Mechanistic basis for potassium efflux–driven activation of the human NLRP1 inflammasome. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 121 (2) e2309579121

Seif-El-Dahan*, Kefala-Stavridi*, Frit*, Hardwick* et al. (2023) PAXX binding to the NHEJ machinery explains functional redundancy with XLF. Sci Adv 9(22):eadg2834

Kefala-Stavridi*, Gontier*, Morin*, Frit* et al. (2023) Structural and functional basis of inositol hexaphosphate stimulation of NHEJ through stabilization of Ku-XLF interaction. Nucleic Acids Res Oct 23:gkad863

About

the IPBS

The IPBS is a joint research center of the CNRS and the University of Toulouse. Occupying 12,000 m2 in the heart of the main campus of the University of Toulouse III-Paul Sabatier, which offers high-level multidisciplinary training in the fields of science, health and engineering, the IPBS is part of one of the most important scientific research poles in health and biological sciences in France.

0
Staff
0
Research teams
0
CNRS International Actions
0
running
European grants
0
Nationalities
0
M2 of laboratories
You wish to work on cancer, infectious or inflammatory diseases, with cutting-edge approaches in cellular, molecular and structural biology, in a rich and stimulating environment?
Join us!

READY TO COLLABORATE ?

Get In Touch