chromatin landscape at DSB

Research Interests

Our research aim is to understand the molecular mechanisms responsible for the maintenance of genome integrity. Our lab particularly focuses on DNA double strand break repair in the context of chromatin.

LATEST NEWS

Emma Lesage PhD Defense

Congrats to Emma Lesage who succesfully obtained her PhD this 13th December!

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December 2021

Prix Bettencourt

We are really proud that Coline Arnoud, a former PhD student of the team, received The Bettencourt Prize for Young Researcher. She has now joined the team of Nadav Ahituv at the university of california San Franscico (USA)

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November 2021

Welcome Laure and Emmanuelle

Welcome to Laure Guitton-Sert (post-doc) and Emmanuelle Maciel (PhD student) who recently joined the team!

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December 2021

Vincent Rocher PhD thesis defense

Vincent Rocher has successfully obtained his PhD in bioinformatics in our team 

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November 2021

RECENT ARTICLES

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June 2021

This review article in DNA repair discusses about the way DSBs occurring in actively transcribed loci are handled

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April 2021

This review article in Nature Cell Biology  discusses about the formation and function of  R-loops  that accumulate in cis to DSBs, especially those induced in transcriptionally active loci.

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February 2021

This paper shows that TADs are needed for the establishment of yH2AX domains in a cohesin-mediated loop extrusion manner. A news and views by Leonid Minry nicely summarizes this article.