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Institut de génomique fonctionnelle de Lyon

We are a research unit jointly managed by the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, the CNRS and the Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, as well has being affiliated to INRA. We are interested in functional genomics, that is to say in the way living organisms function, develop and evolve, and how their genomes control these fundamental processes and allow them to adapt to their environment. More...

Events

  • Team of JN Volff has took part in sequencing the trout genome. This provides new insights for understanding the evolution of vertebrates genomes. More here.
  • S. Mérabet's team has published in eLife the study of evolution of Hox-TALE interactions. More here (french).

Focus

Here are videos from Inaugural Symposium!
  • 13 teams
  • 120 members
  • 10 nationalities
  • 3200
  • 2 ERC
  • 2 ATIP
  • 1 start-up
Upcoming Events
External seminar - M. Burrows May 12, 2014 12:15 PM - 01:15 PM
External seminar - B. Demeneix Jun 16, 2014 12:15 PM - 01:15 PM

Qu'est ce que la génomique fonctionnelle

La génomique fonctionnelle est une approche scientifique qui étudie le rôle du génome, constitué de l'ADN, dans les processus biologiques
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The teams

The IGFL brings together in one institute high-level scientists from different backgrounds organized in 13 teams.
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