30-07-2018
In May 2018, Thierry Douki (INAC / SYMMES) received the American Photobiology Society Award in Tampa, Florida during the congress of the American Society of Photobiology.
09-02-2018
Contact : Thierry Douki
Telomeres, regions of the DNA (highly repetitive and therefore a priori non-coding) located on the ends of chromosomes, play an important role in cell division, carcinogenesis and aging.
04-09-2017
Uranium is a natural element widely found in the environment, due to both natural occurrence in mineral ores or in sea water and industrial applications. The production of nuclear energy uses enriched uranium in 235U for nuclear fission.
06-10-2016
Drug targeting is an attractive and powerful therapeutic strategy that is proposed to enhance drug efficacy and to decrease the many side-effects associated with systemic drug therapy. Indeed, it achieves specific drug accumulation in the diseased organ or cells.
30-08-2016
Contact : Thierry Douki
Combustion of organic matter (engine exhaust, urban heating, etc.) produces some toxic and carcinogenic compounds known as Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH). After metabolization in cells they become reactive and can modify DNA. Numerous work have studied PAH as individual products.
16-06-2015
To mimic the copper transport protein Ctr1, responsible for copper entrance into cells, several molecular architectures based on the symmetric scaffold, nitrilotriacetic acid (NTA) functionalized with three amino acids bearing thioether side chains were designed.
09-10-2013
Contact : Thierry Douki
In the recent years, atmospheric pollution has emerged as a major health issue. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) are a class of pollutants associated with vehicle exhausts, urban heating and industries using coal and oil derivatives.
11-07-2013
Contact : Sylvie Sauvaigo
Sylvie Sauvaigo just received the prize in 2013 national contest for the creation of innovative companies. On Tuesday, July 2, 2013, Genevieve Fioraso chaired the ceremony national contest to support the creation of innovative companies.
22-05-2013
Contact: Jean Breton
DNA lesions are recognized within our cells by a myriad of proteins playing key roles in important processes such as DNA repair or modulation of gene expression.
20-06-2010
In order to keep their genomic integrity, cells are equipped with several systems for the repair of modified bases in DNA. Scientists form INAC and IRCM (CEA/DSV-CNRS) have shown that the so-called “tandem lesions” are quite frequent and yet poorly repaired.

 

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