Timeline

Mélanie Hamon
Head of Structure
26 Aug 2019
event

BCI Seminar – “Cytoskeletal cross-talk with integrin adhesion complexes in cell morphogenesis”

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22 Aug 2018
project

Therapeutic tools based on nucleic acids

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02 Jun 2016
publication

Innate immune memory in mammals

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11 May 2016
publication

A Lasting Impression: Epigenetic Memory of Bacterial Infections?

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12 Jan 2016
team

Chromatin and Infection

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09 Sep 2015
project

Private: Host Epigenetic Reprogramming During Infection

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24 Nov 2014
team

Bacteria-Cell Interactions

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23 Oct 2014
publication

Listeria monocytogenes dampens the DNA damage response

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01 Aug 2013
publication

A role for SIRT2-dependent histone H3K18 deacetylation in bacterial infection

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01 Dec 2012
publication

Epigenetics and bacterial infections

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30 May 2012
publication

Listeriolysin O: the Swiss army knife of Listeria

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06 Jun 2011
publication

p62 and NDP52 proteins target intracytosolic Shigella and Listeria to different autophagy pathways

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11 Apr 2011
publication

K+ efflux is required for histone H3 dephosphorylation by Listeria monocytogenes listeriolysin O and other pore-forming toxins

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18 Nov 2010
publication

Entrapment of intracytosolic bacteria by septin cage-like structures

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22 Apr 2010
publication

Listeria monocytogenes impairs SUMOylation for efficient infection

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02 Apr 2010
publication

Single-cell techniques using chromosomally tagged fluorescent bacteria to study Listeria monocytogenes infection processes

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14 Aug 2008
publication

Histone modifications and chromatin remodeling during bacterial infections

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03 Aug 2007
publication

Histone modifications induced by a family of bacterial toxins

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01 Jun 2006
publication

Listeria monocytogenes: a multifaceted model

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01 May 2004
publication

Identification of AbrB-regulated genes involved in biofilm formation by Bacillus subtilis

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