Welcome Florian Coudray

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Anis has left us for few months but Florian arrived to take the lead on the project on regulatory network that governs cell-shape. He is doing is DUT Clermont-Ferrand Internship. Good luck 😉

A week full of good News

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The BISP Congress was a great success full of exciting Science.
Martin Chenal (M.Sc.) Received the price for best oral presentation! Felicitations!

Welcome Anis!

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Welcome ANIS AIT ALI YAHIA from Algeria, University of sciences and technology Houari-boumediene (USTHB), that will work on cell shape evolution in the Neisseriaceae family.

 

Influence of LPS modifications on OMVs production

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Our paper in j. Bact is online (not proof edited):

PmrC/EptA and CptA negatively affect outer membrane vesicle production in Citrobacter rodentium.

I am thankful for this nice last collaboration with a talented researcher Hervé le Moual, and congratulation to the amazing student Anshul Sinha (and Sammy Nyongesa)!!!!

 

2018 Institut Pasteur International Network Symposium

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A really great moment of scientific excitation with all the IP network all around the globe!

 

2018 International Pathogenic Neisseria Conference

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We will be present at the 2018 International Pathogenic Neisseria Conference

We will show our work on Monday and Thursday

Study of cell-shape diversity and evolution inside the Neisseriaceae family as a way to reveal new cellular functions.

Anti-Neisseria drugs screening start revealing the Achilles’ heel of N. meningitidis and N.
gonorrhoeae.

and I will moderate the Anti-Microbial Resistance and Therapies session the morning of Friday, Sept. 28.

New article: The mycobacterial cell envelope: a relict from the past or the result of a recent evolution?

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Our new article asking about the origins of the mycobacterial cell envelope just get accepted. You can find the article here

Do not hesitate to contact me if you want to debate about these hypotheses 😉